December 15, 2019

American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine Resumes Classes in Sint Maarten following temporary relocation after Hurricane Irma

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PEMBROKE PINES, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Four months after Hurricane Irma caused American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) to evacuate students and faculty from Sint Maarten, AUC has resumed classes on its Sint Maarten campus. The medical school has begun a phased return to Sint Maarten after holding its September 2017 semester on the campus […]

CONCACAF teams up with Major League Soccer for Caribbean Combine

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Miami (Monday, January 8, 2018) – The Confederation of North, Central American and the Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) and Major League Soccer have teamed up for this week’s 2018 MLS Caribbean Combine, which will take place from tomorrow, January 9-11 at the Sawgrass Hotel and Suites Sports Complex outside Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Twenty-three players from […]

A royal with rhythm! Queen Maxima shows off her musical side as she plays the steel pans during her Caribbean tour with King Willem-Alexander

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By MARTHA CLIFF FOR MAILONLINE UK   Queen Maxima took part in a steel pan work shop at the Festival Centre  The Dutch Queen looked chic in a white blouse and tan coloured accessories   Is visiting the island in the wake of Hurricane Irma which left a trail of destruction across the the Netherlands […]

Harmony of the Seas Captain Faevelen says “We Believe in You

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From The Daily Herald St Maarten PORT ST. MAARTEN – Harmony of the Seas Captain Johnny Faevelen welcomed the Port St. Maarten delegation and stakeholders on Wednesday morning during the vessels inaugural visit to the destination. Harmony of the Seas was one of four Royal Caribbean vessels in port with 6400 guests on board and 2300 […]

More than 130 attendees at Caribbean Cybercrime Conference

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From Dutch Caribbean Legal Portal ORANJESTAD – The first Caribbean Cybercrime Conference was a big success. The Conference was held on Wednesday, November 16th 2016 and took place at the Renaissance Hotel in Aruba. The organization was in the hands of the Attorney General’s Office of Curaçao, Sint Maarten and the BES-islands and the Criminal […]

Dutch law set to restrict migration, trace and deport the Caribbean Dutch national.

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Apartheid turning back? Dutch bill proposal to enact second class citizenship The Dutch Lower House of Parliament is set to debate a motion concerning residency requirements for Dutch citizens originating from Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten on March 5 2014 (1830 hrs Dutch local time). If passed, the migration law will ensure that the economically […]