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Port St. Maarten Caters To Over 1.9 Million Cruise Passengers In 2015

POINTE BLANCHE (SHGC) -- Port St. Maarten accommodated 1,901,617 cruise passengers in 2015, approximately five per cent less than in 2014 when for the first time the destination hit the two million mark (2,001,996, vessel calls 692).

GREAT BAY (DCOMM) -- Ministry of Public Housing, Environment, Spatial Development and Infrastructure (Ministry VROMI), announces that the information meeting for the public tender Waste Collection scheduled for Wednesday, January 13, will now take...

POINTE BLANCHE (SHGC) -- Representatives of Port St. Maarten are currently in the Netherlands to participate in the 46th edition of the Dutch Vakantie Beurs Utrecht (Holiday Expo), which takes place from January 12-17, 2016 at the Convention Center...

Simpson Bay Bridge Fully Operational After Truck Accidento

POINTE BLANCHE (SHGC) -- The Simpson Bay Bridge remains fully operational after an accident involving a white truck that took place during a special bridge opening at 6.00am on Sunday morning, January 10, the Simpson Bay Lagoon Authority, a company...

IPKO Parliamentarians Receive Seven Seas Water Presentation

POINT BLANCHE -- Members of delegations attending last week’s IPKO meetings in St. Maarten, were also treated to a presentation hosted during a visit visited to the Seven Seas Water PB plant in Point Blanche.

MPs From IPKO Consultation Visit Port St. Maarten

POINTE BLANCHE (SHGC) -- Members of Parliament (MPs) attending this week’s Inter-parliamentary Kingdom Consultation (IPKO) had the opportunity on Thursday afternoon to visit the Dr. A.C. Wathey Cruise & Cargo Facility.

National Reporting Bureau (NRB) For Human Trafficking Meets With Representatives Of Guyana And Jamaica

GREAT BAY (DCOMM) -- The National Reporting Bureau (NRB) for Human Trafficking recently met with representatives of Guyana and Jamaica who represent those members who are part of the Sint Maarten community, and/or who provide consular services.

GREAT BAY (DCOMM) -- The Collective Preventive Services (CPS), a government department under the Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour, is calling on the community as well as visitors to wear light colored clothing at dusk; long...

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