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Renovation Johan Cruyff Court, Saba athletes to Curaçao

The renovation of the Johan Cruyff Court in The Bottom started last week. The turf will be replaced, the field levelled and the back wall reenforced. Later this month, a delegation from Saba will be travelling to Curaçao for a sport competition organized by the Student Sport Federation Dutch Caribbean. …

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Caribbean Netherlands now in direct contact with INTERPOL

The Dutch Carib­bean Police Force KPCN, together with the Nether­lands police and the Inter­national Criminal Police Organisation INTERPOL, have taken a new, major step in its international co­operation with the forging of an agreement. The agreement means that the islands of Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba are now in direct contact …

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Saba gets ready for Saba Doet 2022

Saba is gearing up for Saba Doet, the volunteer action event of the Oranje Fonds, this Friday, March 11 and Saturday, March 12. A grand total of 23 projects have been registered of which one is a double-day project. In total there are 567 spots for volunteers, which already have …

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Sea & Learn Foundation has launched the Adopt-A-Box project

The Sea & Learn Foundation has launched the Adopt-A-Box project whereby the electrical boxes throughout the island are being beautified. A few years back, the Saba Electric Company (SEC) took on the monumental task of putting the island’s power lines underground, thereby safeguarding Saba’s electrical infrastructure and leaving Saba’s beautiful …

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DCNA Supports Attendance of Protected Area Conservationists to Attend BirdsCaribbean Landbird Monitoring Workshop 

The Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance (DCNA) recently supported the attendance of representatives from the Protected Area Management Organizations of Aruba (Fundacion Parke Nacional Aruba), Bonaire (STINAPA), Saba (Saba Conservation Foundation) and Sint Maarten (the Nature Foundation) to a five-day BirdsCaribbean Landbird Monitoring Workshop in Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic where participants were …

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Taxi driver Donna Cain retires

Well-known taxi driver Donna Cain of taxi #25 has retired after 16 years of providing very valuable services for Saba as an island and tourism destination. Reason for the Saba Tourism Bureau to give recognition to Cain last week. At the Tourism Bureau, Cain received a token of appreciation from …

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Provisional design Black Rocks harbor presented to van Huffelen

Commissioner of Infrastructure and Finance Bruce Zagers and the harbor project team provided an update on the Saba harbor project during a recent visit of Dutch State Secretary of Kingdom Relations and Digitization Alexandra van Huffelen and a delegation of the First Chamber of the Dutch Parliament. The team presented …

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