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Caribbean Netherlands nature is doing average to very bad

Nature in Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba is not doing too well with the key threats be­ing invasive species, roam­ing livestock and climate change, stated Dutch Min­ister of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality Carola Schouten on Monday. In the sixth progress re­port “Nature in the Neth­erlands. Status of affairs late …

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St. Maarten: 5 new confirmed COVID-19 cases

— Five additional recoveries recorded — Five per­sons have tested positive for COVID-19, but with the confirmed recovery of five persons the total num­ber active cases remains at 57. The total number of the country’s confirmed cases is now 789. Of the active cases, Col­lective Prevention Services (CPS) is currently monitor­ing …

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Saturdays Pink Ribbon party was a great success

The first ever Pink Ribbon Cocktail Party was held Saturday evening on Saba. This event was a part of a number of events organized by Patricia Charles-Nation in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness month.   Attendees participated in several games and had a chance to win prizes, such as best dressed male, female …

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Captain Roger Hodge retires from Winair

aptain Roger Hodge has retired after thirty years of service with Winair. Hodge began his career with Winair in 1990 and continued until his retire­ment this year. He served in Winair’s flight department, beginning as a first officer and progressing through the ranks quickly to be­come the company’s most senior …

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