News - Economy, Nature and Infrastructure
58 news items of Economy, Nature and Infrastructure
Fish Stock in Healthy State, Ready for Cautious Growth
The fish stock in Statian waters is in good shape, with the lobster, reef fish and conch populations all in a healthy state, ...
TINY DUTCH CARIBBEAN ISLANDS MOVE TO SAVE CORAL REEFS
~ A near 0.7M euro project funded by the EU launched in Statia and Saba to protect marine and coastal ...
Contract signed for revitalization of Oranje Bay Road
The way has now been cleared for work to begin on the reconstruction of the Oranje Bay Road in Lower Town. The Statia Government ...
FOOD SECURITY IN STATIA AT HEART OF MULTI-MILLION EURO AGREEMENT SIGNED WITH EUROPEAN UNION
The €2.9 million sustainable agriculture agreement aims to improve Statia’s preparedness and resilience against food and ...
Final draft of revised spatial development plan approved
The Executive Council has approved the final draft revision of the Spatial Development Plan for Statia, which was adopted by the ...
MOU signed to improve air connectivity between Dutch Caribbean Islands
The stage is set for a major improvement in the air connectivity between the six Dutch Caribbean islands with the signing this ...
Commissioner Simmons attends Agricultural Congress in Curaçao
Recently appointed Island Commissioner Derrick Simmons is currently in Curaçao where he’s attending an agricultural congress ...
Work begins on multi-million dollar airport boulevard project
Yet another major infrastructural project gets under way in Statia, this one aimed at uplifting the environment surrounding the ...
Call for ‘nature based business case’ project proposals.
In the period of September 12 -16, 2022, partners of the project ‘Healthy Dutch Caribbean Islands’ organized a range of workshops ...
The Statia Government recently exported nearly 5,000 lbs of meat to Nevis. Smaller amounts were also exported to St. Barths, St. Maarten and St. Martin
The 4861 lbs of meat exported to Nevis came from the enforcement of the General Local Ordinance (see the link below) and meat ...