Opinion: What is happening to our Unspoiled Queen?

Dear Editor, On January 31st, 2024 the crane that has multiple uses on Saba, (especially in the Fort Bay area) was apparently “sabotaged” ” severing a lifeline for many in the boating community. It is with great sadness that such malice can take place on such a tiny island. You …

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Mosquito Mondays aim to help the Community “Fight the Bite”.

The “Mosquito Monday…Fight the Bite” island-wide campaign is designed to promote community involvement in the fight against mosquitos by targeting the elimination of potential breeding grounds.  The campaign also raises awareness about the importance of protecting against mosquito bites. The campaign was successfully launched on Monday, January 29th. Each Monday …

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Minister Mariëlle Paul Renews Commitment to Education in Saba

Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, Mariëlle Paul who is currently visiting the Caribbean Netherlands embarked on a productive working tour of Saba on Wednesday, January 31st, 2024, with a specific focus on the primary and secondary institutions on the island. The purpose of her visit was to acquaint herself …

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Reforestation Project finalizes the Vegetation Survey

The Public Entity Saba will finalize the baseline vegetation survey for its reforestation project. Last year, the survey was carried out twice using a drone and multispectral camera specialized in capturing vegetation on a detailed level. The survey, however, was not completed due to technical challenges. The final part of …

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Photo competition for youngsters in secondary education

Young photographers from the Caribbean will have a unique opportunity to participate in a photo contest organized by the Rijksmuseum in the Netherlands this year. This competition is open to high school students and vocational school students, offering them the chance to showcase their creativity and photography talent. The Rijksmuseum …

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