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Security is not to be taken for granted: Security Strategy for the Kingdom of the Netherlands presented
The security of our Kingdom is not to be taken for granted. It requires our continuous attention, to make sure we are secure and ...
First inspection report on childcare quality in the Caribbean Netherlands
Tuesday 4 April, 2023 the Inspectorate of Education published a report following the first measurement of childcare quality in ...
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 ...
Deputy Government Commissioner of Sint Eustatius Claudia Toet resigns
At her request, the Deputy Government Commissioner of Sint Eustatius, Claudia Toet, will resign her duties as Deputy Government ...
Government Commissioner Alida Francis ISLAND COUNCIL SWEARING IN Wednesday March 29th, 2023
This is a day of national pride for our island and all the people of Statia. A day in which we all feel a universal sense of ...
TWO NEW FACES JOIN SOME FAMILIAR ONES AS NEW ISLAND COUNCIL IS SWORN IN
~ Members to take oath of office on Wednesday 29 March, one day after current council holds final sitting~ ORANJESTAD, St. ...
Deadline for submitting verzamelloonstaat (collective wage statement (VZLS)) 2022 extended
The original deadline for submitting the verzamelloonstaat 2022 was the 28th of February 2023. However, given the many questions ...
Council of Ministers decides Caribbean students will receive BSN before arriving in the Netherlands
The Council of Ministers has agreed to amend the Basic Registration of Persons (BRP) decree to allow Caribbean students to ...
The Netherlands and Aruba are organizing a climate conference on Aruba
Small islands, like those in the Caribbean Netherlands, are particularly vulnerable to climate change and are already ...
THE NETHERLANDS RETURNS HUMAN REMAINS TO STATIA AFTER MORE THAN THREE DECADES
ORANJESTAD, St. Eustatius (10 March 2023) – The remains of nine indigenous people shipped to the Netherlands after an ...