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Cruise ships in Port St. Maarten with Dump Smoke over Philipsburg - 20180207 MP
By The Publisher On Thursday, May 24th, 2018

“Politics used harbor as sugar daddy”

PHILIPSBURG – The Public Prosecutor’s Office has dropped its demand that the supervisory board of the harbor group of companies be sent home but it maintains that Chief Executive Officer Mark Mingo remains More...

By The Publisher On Thursday, February 8th, 2018

Checkmate director behind questionable harbor-invoices

PHILIPSBURG – The trial of Keith F. – one of the suspects in the so-called Emerald-investigation – offered a candid insight in the way fraud was committed with inflated invoices at the Harbor Group of More...

By The Publisher On Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

Harbor Holding loses appeal against Dock Maarten building permit

GREAT BAY – The St. Maarten Harbor Holding company suffered another defeat in court in its battle against the building permit Dock Maarten obtained for the construction of a rock revetment to facilitate the expansion More...

Valya Lake-Pantophlet - Chairperson STA
By The Publisher On Wednesday, July 25th, 2018

STA Foundation board provides clarity on initial draft STA law

~ STA Foundation responds to concerns on STA draft law  ~ Philipsburg — The Board of the STA foundation has taken note of the published concerns of the owners of the Oyster Bay Beach Resort, a resort represented More...

Screenshot video footage of drugs found in a sportsbag
By The Publisher On Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

Drugs found in container at Dutch Marine barracks possibly from St. Maarten

~ Lack of security at container terminal in St. Maarten an indication of a serious problem ~ PHILIPSBURG – Kilos of drugs found on Monday at the Marine barracks in Doorn in The Netherlands are quite possibly More...

By Desk Editor On Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

Minister Giterson issues statement on traffic delays of July 10th

PHILIPSBURG — Minister of Public Housing, Spatial Planning, Environment & Infrastructure, Miklos Giterson, issued an apology to the community on Tuesday morning, July 10th, following reports of severe More...

Governor Eugene Holiday - 20180615 HH
By The Publisher On Saturday, June 16th, 2018

Climate change threatens St. Maarten’s existence

PHILIPSBURG – “We are among the most vulnerable Caribbean tourists destinations between 25 and 50 years from now,” Governor Drs. Eugène Holiday said in his opening address at the seventh annual Governor’s More...

By Desk Editor On Friday, June 15th, 2018

7th Governor’s Symposium Climate Change and Small Island States – A Call For Strategic Action

“Implementing Strategic Climate Change Action, Is time running out?” Opening Address by The Governor of Sint Maarten, His Excellency drs. Eugene B. Holiday, delivered at the 7th Annual Governor’s More...

Court Room St. Maarten
By The Publisher On Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Court postpones decision about civil inquiry at port companies

PHILIPSBURG – The Common Court of Justice postponed on Thursday morning a decision about a civil inquiry at the Harbor Holding Company and its subsidiaries until December 13, but it granted the public prosecutor More...

Emerald case investigation
By The Publisher On Monday, June 11th, 2018

Court allows hearing of witnesses in Emerald-trial

PHILIPSBURG – Attorney Sjamira Roseburg asked the court on Monday permission to hear twelve witnesses in preparation for the trial against her client, member of Parliament Frans Richardson, who is charged with More...