Post-Hurricane Irma Interview: “Tim Dowling”

Tim Dowling

ST. JOHN’S  — “Seeing Hurricane Irma increase in strength on the weather channel just made us worried.” says Tim Dowling, animation illustrator and owner of the art gallery, Art House St. Maarten. Animation illustrator Tim Dowling recounts his personal experiences during Hurricane Irma “The weather people used such horrible sentences More...

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By Online Editor On Monday, September 4th, 2017

Irma forces postponement customer service week

GREAT BAY – Training Professionals International Firm TPI has postponed the opening of its first St. Maarten Customer Service Week until September 25. The company decided to postpone the event in the face of approaching More...

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By Online Editor On Friday, September 1st, 2017

PM Marlin about Irma: “At this time not a threat”

GREAT BAY – Prime Minister William Marlin addressed the nation in a radio address yesterday about the approaching Hurricane Irma.  “Irma is located several hundred miles away from the Caribbean.  At this point More...

digi camp
By Online Editor On Friday, August 18th, 2017

Digi summertime camp gets positive reviews

GREAT BAY – The Digi-Summertime Summer Camp hosted 35 new inventors at the Media Lab in the Philipsburg Jubilee Library for two weeks in July. The kids, aged 9-16, participated in several workshops like Photoshop, More...

By Online Editor On Monday, June 26th, 2017


Is technology good or bad? It is of course an irrelevant question because technology is upon us and it is not going anywhere, whether we like it or not. The governor’s symposium rightfully put technology – and More...

Cartoon - Claret Connor on Prison Reform
By webadmin On Thursday, March 30th, 2017

Minister Boasman about prison: “We have to look at safety for all”

GREAT BAY – Minister Rafael Boasman (Justice) said yesterday that the Progress Committee has given him the time to implement his plan for the Pointe Blanche prison. The minister said that the plan of approach More...

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By webadmin On Thursday, March 30th, 2017

After conviction for armed robbery: Mother stands up for her son

GREAT BAY – “I know my son. If you told me he got into an argument with the police I would believe you. If you told me he got into a fight I would believe you. But my son would never rob a supermarket,” the More...

By webadmin On Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

The Philipsburg Landfill; A Possible Solution

Dear Editor, It is nine in the morning and a purple dawn is rising with difficulty in the east while a strong ice-wind is blowing over the cold North Sea to the west. It is February 2008 and I am standing with fifty More...

By webadmin On Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

Lack of interest

The first annual report of the Electoral Council shows that political parties still have a lot to learn. Not only do they lack knowledge about the very ordinance that regulates their existence, they also show a More...

By webadmin On Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

Donors gave parties more than one million in 2014

GREAT BAY – Most parties and politicians hardly have accurate knowledge of the contents of the national ordinance on registration and finances of political parties and the role of the Electoral Council. This is More...