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Developing an effective cruise conversion program is vital to our future
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  GREATBAY—With the possibility of American tourists opting for visiting Cuba instead of St. Maarten looming ever nearer, Minister of Tourism Claret Connor opined that developing an effective cruise conversion program is vital to the island’s future. St. Maarten recently reached the 2 millionth cruise passenger mark and most of the tourists visiting here are from America. With the lifting of the fifty years Cuban embargo on America and plans rapidly proceeding to make it possible for Americans to holiday...

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Tuesday, 06 January 2015
First baby born for the new year is a boy
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Maria Reyes Abreu and her new born Carlos Manuel surrounded by the nurses of OBGYN at the St. Maarten Medical Center on January 3, 2015. GREATBAY—The first baby to be born at the St. Maarten Medical Center for the New Year is a boy. He was born on January 3, 2015 at a few minutes to five in the morning. Maria Reyes Abreu the 18-year-old mother is a resident of the island and from the Dominican Republic.  Little Carlos Manuel...

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Monday, 05 January 2015
Minister Connor pays  Tribute to D’Shnay
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Minister of Tourism & Economic Affairs Claret Connor presents the congratulatory letter to Miss Teen Carnival Queen St. Maarten D’Shnay York.   GREATBAY– Minister of Tourism Claret Connor recently paid tribute to St. Maarten’s reigning Teen Carnival Queen D’Shnay York who won the Haynes Smith Talent Teen Pageant in St. Kitts on December 30. He congratulated her on behalf of his entire Ministry. The Minister presented D’Shnay with a congratulatory letter from his ministry and hailed her as a true...

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Monday, 05 January 2015
Stabbing at Francis Bar
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  GREAT BAY—A “minor misunderstanding” has lead to one man being stabbed in the abdomen on New Year’s Day at a bar on the A. Th Illidge Road, according to information provided by inspector Steven Carty, currently the acting public relations officer for the police. “On Thursday January 1st at approximately 11:00 am the patrol was dispatched to Francis Bar on the A. Th. Illidge road for a stabbing incident. On arrival the victim and suspect both of Dominican decent...

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Saturday, 03 January 2015
Boyfriend Head butted Girlfriend arrested
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GREAT BAY—A French man who head butted his girlfriend during an argument at her Point Piroutte home on New Year’s Day has been arrested by the police “On Thursday January 1st a 37-year-old French man was arrested by the St. Maarten Police force because he ill-treated his girlfriend,” Inspector Steven Carty explained. “The patrol was called to Point Pirouette 204 for a domestic disturbance. It seemed that the couple had an argument where the suspect lost control of his temper...

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Saturday, 03 January 2015
Triplets born on new years eve
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CAY HILL–There were no New Year’s Day babies born in St. Maarten up to late Thursday. However, one woman became the proud mother of triplets delivered at St. Maarten Medical Center (SMMC) on New Year’s Eve. St. Maarten Animal Hospital staffer Diana Nicholson successfully delivered triplets just after 1:00pm on the last day of 2014. Triplets hadn’t been delivered at SMMC in many years. Nicholson, a first-time mother, said she had been feeling pain and had gone to SMMC on...

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Friday, 02 January 2015
HAPPY NEW YEARS from us at ilandvibez
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WE at ilandvibez want to thanks all our visitor for showing there support… We plan to have a lot more inshore for you guy for the year 2015 … We hope that you guys have a safe a peaceful night, drink wisely and drive safely.. After all we need you to come back and visit us at Ilandvibez.com… THANK YOU GUYS AND HAVE A BLESS NIGHT...

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Thursday, 01 January 2015
4 year for drug dealer
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GREAT BAY – The Common Court of Justice sentenced Gregory Antonio Lake yesterday to 4 years of imprisonment for firearm possession, money laundering and membership of a criminal organization. Of the sentence, 1 year is suspended, and the court imposed 3 years of probation. The Court in First Instance had sentenced Lake to 60 months of imprisonment with 10 months suspended. The sentence on appeal is lighter, because the judges acquitted the defendant of cocaine possession. Lake was in a...

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Thursday, 01 January 2015
RBC Bank robbed
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RBC bank on Cannegieter Street. Photo Leo Brown GREATBAY—Armed robbers made away with an undisclosed amount of cash on Tuesday after a daring day light robbery on the RBC bank on Cannegiter Street in Philipsburg, less than a two-minute walk from the Philipsburg police station. A police report states that there were two robbers at the bank. The robbers reportedly entered the bank, upon which they jumped over the tellers’ counter brandishing their guns and demanding money, which they received....

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Wednesday, 31 December 2014
Drugs smuggling Customs officer  sentenced to seven years once again
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GREAT BAY – “I am innocent, I want to go home.” These were the last words of Customs officer Nestor Gregorio Sanchez on December 11 at the end of his appeal against a 7-year prison sentence the Court in First Instance imposed on September 10 for smuggling 268 kilos of cocaine on an Insel Air flight from Curacao to St. Maarten on January 30 of this year. But Sanchez is not going anywhere because the Common Court of Justice confirmed...

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Wednesday, 31 December 2014
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