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Van Ark confirms commitment to social minimum benchmark

Dutch State Secretary of Social Affairs and Labour Tamara van Ark says establishing the benchmark for the so­cial minimum for Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba is a next step to make the life of people on the islands bet­ter. “The benchmark for the social minimum gives a di­rection to our …

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Two suspects convicted of soft-drug possession

Two men were on trial in Saba on Tuesday for possession of soft drugs. Both suspects had previ­ously been convicted for possession of drugs. Both men were convicted by the judge in the Court of First Instance. One man was sentenced to 60 days in prison, with deduction of the …

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SABARC and Leiden University presented new findings of Saba’s Amerindian history

Saba Archaeological Center SABARC co-founder and Leiden University graduate Ryan Espersen, together with Leiden University profes­sors Corinne Hofman and Menno Hoogland, held a public presentation at Scout’s Place in Windward-side on Monday, discussing new findings and interpre­tations of Saba’s Amerin­dian history. The trio discussed ways of life at Plum Piece, …

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Five approved auditor’s reports in a row for Saba

The public entity Saba has received an approved auditor’s report on its 2018 annual account, the Committee for Financial Supervision CFT noted in an August 7 letter in response to the second execution report. This is the fifth consecutive year that Saba has received an approved auditor’s report on its …

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PCN representative visits Saba on August 26-27

Pension funds Caribbean Netherlands (PCN) Would like to inform the public of Saba that their representative Ingra Bennett will be on Saba on August 26-27, 2019 to answer questions, listen to concerns or handle issues pertaining to a PCN pension. To schedule an appointment please contact PCN office on Statia at …

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