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Saba News Archive: News Items

The SCS Social Committee thanks sponsors Xmas party

On behalf of all the staff at the Saba Comprehensive School, the Social Committee would like to express our sincerest gratitude to the following organizations and businesses for helping support our annual staff Christmas party: Belair Beach Hotel Big Rock Supermarket Bizzy Bee Carl and Sons Unique Bakery and Inn …

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Saba Comprehensive bans mobile devices

All mobile devices will be banned from Saba Comprehensive School as of Tuesday, February 12. This ban covers having mobile devices during transportation to and from school, during school hours and school-re­lated activities. The school said on its Facebook page it has seen an in­crease in online bullying and that …

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Central Voting Bureau ascertains candidates lists

The Central Voting Bureau came together in a public meeting on Friday, February 8 to ascertain (“vaststellen”) the lists that were submitted on Nomination Day, Monday February 4, 2019. Chairman of the Central Voting Bureau Island Governor Jonathan Johnson announced that no irregularities were found in the three candidates lists …

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Queen Wilhelmina Library is revamping and modernizing

The Queen Wilhelmina Library has initiated a project to revamp and modernize its facilities. The project is financed by the Public Entity Saba. Under the Community Learning Center at the Queen Wilhelmina Library project, different areas in the building will be reorganized. The books, both the adult and children’s section, …

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Legal Desk on Saba kicks off February 23

The Legal Desk will open its doors on Saba for the first time on February 23, 2019. Nathalie Tackling, a legal professional from St. Maarten, will be visiting Saba one weekend per month, with office hours on Saturdays from 8:00am until 12:00pm for walk-ins and from 1:00pm until 5:00pm for …

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New plans for marina at Fort Bay Harbor

US-based company Applied Technology and Management (ATM) has been asked to draft a plan that will enhance the amenities and facilities at the new Fort Bay Harbor. A team of ATM visited Saba on Tuesday, February 5th to look at the harbor and to meet with Commissioner Bruce Zagers, harbor …

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Legal Desk kicks off February 23

The Legal Desk will open its doors on Saba for the first time on February 23, 2019. Nathalie Tackling, a legal professional from St. Maarten, will be visiting Saba one weekend per month, with office hours on Saturdays from 8:00am until 12:00pm for walk-ins and from 1:00pm until 5:00pm for …

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RCN launches Information campaign on Island Council Elections

On Wednesday, March 20th 2019, residents of Saba and Bonaire can vote for the Island Council Elections. In order to inform the residents about the voting process, the Rijksdienst Caribisch Nederland (RCN) will launch an information campaign on February 6th . This campaign will run alongside the information campaign for …

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PCN invites for Meet & Greet, Saturday, February 16

PCN Would like to invite all active participants and persons receiving a benefit from PCN on SABA to a Meet & Greet. PCN board member Roy Hooker will open the evening with an update on the previous year, the current situation and the future aspirations of PCN. This will be followed by music, entertainment …

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Island Council Elections 2019

On March 20th, the Island Council Elections take place. Here you will find more information that you will need in order to cast your vote. When are the elections held?  The Island Council Elections will be held on Wednesday, March 20th, 2019. You can cast your vote at one of …

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Delegation Rijkswaterstaat visited Fort Bay Harbor

A delegation of the Sea and Delta Department of “Rijkswaterstaat,” part of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (I&W), visited Saba on Wednesday, February 6. During their visit they saw the ongoing development of the landfill, the water project, the airport and agricultural projects. However, the main focus of …

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WIPM aims for stability

The Windward Islands People Movement (WI PM) puts stability and continuation of the present course central in the bid for the favors of the voters in Saba. According to WIPM, the party has the experience and has built a relationship with all levels of the Dutch Government, based on trust and experience. …

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