Former director Palm has to repay millions to ENNIA

WILLEMSTAD — Former Ennia Holding and Ennia Investments director Ralph Palm and his company Palm Management Services have to repay the insurance company close to 4 million guilders, the Court in First Instance in Curacao ruled. It also granted a small counterclaim by Palm. Palm has to repay 3,318,551 guilders plus another 532,177 guilders for More...

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By The Publisher On Sunday, April 9th, 2023

Caribbean aviation of the future

By Cdr. Bud Slabbaert Just imagine. A small island, or a short runway, or just a resort with ample open space. Out of the blue sky comes an airplane and lands right there, like a helicopter, and brings forty passengers. More...

By The Publisher On Sunday, March 19th, 2023

Caribavia-founder Slabbaert envisions huge expansion

PHILIPSBURG — Cdr. Bud Slabbaert founder of the annual aviation conference Caribavia envisions a huge expansion of this event into a multifunctional organization that covers everything from the establishment More...

By The Publisher On Friday, March 10th, 2023

Minister Pietersz-Janga steps down

WILLEMSTAD — Dorothy Pietersz-Janga is no longer minister of Public Health, Nature and Environment in Curacao. She made her position available at the request of Prime Minister Gilmar Pisas in a letter dated More...

By The Publisher On Friday, March 3rd, 2023

Ansary announces he is ready to abide by billion-dollar court ruling

WILLEMSTAD — Parman international BV and its majority shareholder Hushang Ansary want to put a stop to the lawsuit brought against them by the Central Bank of Curacao and St. Maarten. In a letter addressed More...

By Online Editor On Wednesday, February 22nd, 2023

TelEm Group CEO Kendall Dupersoy appointed to CANTO board

Pond Island — TelEm Group CEO, Mr. Kendall Dupersoy has been elected to the board of CANTO (Caribbean Association of National Telecommunication Organization). The appointment was made during the 39th annual More...

By The Publisher On Thursday, February 9th, 2023

Corruption scandals tarnish Aruban politics

ORANJESTAD — Politics and corruption seem to be like Siamese twins, not only in St. Maarten but certainly also in Aruba where, according to a report by Caribisch Netwerk, currently six politicians are involved More...

By The Publisher On Tuesday, February 7th, 2023

Family tragedies inspired stockbroker to embezzle a small fortune

KINGSTON — Eight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt is not the only one who has been scammed by an employee of the Jamaica-based company Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL). There are thirty other potential More...

By The Publisher On Sunday, February 5th, 2023

South-American scammers fooled American journalist with bogus information about Natalee Holloway

ORANJESTAD — Almost seventeen years ago, on May 30, 2005, Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway disappeared without a trace during a stay on Aruba. Her body was never found and the authorities have never been More...

By The Publisher On Friday, January 27th, 2023

Aruban Warriors claim damages from the Netherlands

ORANJESTAD — Helene Croes of the Aruban Caquetio is convinced: “We have nothing to do with slavery. Others have made that connection, we didn’t. So we don’t need apologies either.” Croes is a jurist, More...