Start internet consultation subsidy regulation social initiatives slavery past for Caribbean part of the Kingdom

On March 1 starts the internet consultation for the subsidy regulation social initiatives Transatlantic slavery past for the Caribbean part of the Kingdom. Residents of Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, Sint Eustatius and Sint Maarten can give their opinion on the proposed regulation for social initiatives. The internet consultation offers everyone …

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WINAIR and PJIA celebrate success of Day Trip Specials

Wind­ward Islands Airways In­ternational WINAIR and Princess Juliana Interna­tional Airport (PJIA) are reaping remarkable success with their collaborative Day Trip Specials. Since its launch just a month ago, the programme has already secured over 500 bookings, signalling a strong demand for island-hopping adven­tures. The Day Trip Specials of­fer special fares …

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State Secretary Van Huffelen to LGO Forum in Brussels

Caretaker State Secretary Alexandra van Huffelen of Kingdom Relations and Digitalisation will attend the high-level meeting of the Forum for Overseas Countries and Territories (Landen en Gebieden oversee, LGO) in Brussels on Thursday the 29th of February. The OCT Forum is held annually and this year will be from the …

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Van Huffelen positive on ROB recommendations

Caretaker State Secretary of Kingdom Relations Alexandra van Huffelen is positive about the recommendations recently made by the Public Adminis­tration Council ROB, which found that the revision of the administrative and financial relations with the Caribbean Netherlands requires more than just a few technical ad­justments. The state secretary sees the …

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Catholic youth group goes on exchange trip

The youth group of Sa­ba’s St. Paul’s Conversion Ro­man Catholic Church went on an exchange visit to St. Maarten and Anguilla last week. According to the group’s leaders, the trip’s purpose was to give young Sabans a different experience of giving back to others. In St. Maarten, the group volunteered …

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