SXMElections.com

Unbiased look at the Sint Maarten Elections

HELPING OUR PEOPLE EXCEL ASSOCIATION [HOPE] In The News

helping our people excel association [hope]

Party details:

Year2016
Candidate on list

3

Filter the news (Showing 265-288 of 1440)
HOPE
Source: 721 News
17 Mar 2021 02:45 AM

Stay-Over Visitors Figures Show Recovery Is Underway

Ludmila de Weever Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transportation and Telecommunications,

SINT MAARTEN, PHILIPSBURG The Sint Maarten Tourism Bureau (STB) says that the number of stay-over visitors to the destination is on the increase and this is a sign that recovery of the tourism sector is underway.

In the months of November, December, and January the destination welcomed 32,669 stay over arrivals Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SXMIslandTime
15 Mar 2021 10:53 PM

Stay-Over Visitors Figures Show Recovery Is Underway

PHILIPSBURG, Sint Maarten The Sint Maarten Tourism Bureau (STB) says that the number of stay-over visitors to the destination is on the increase and this is a sign that recovery of the tourism sector is underway.

In the months of November, December, and January the destination welcomed 32,669 stay over arrivals. December being the month that recorded the highest number of stay-over arrivals, welcoming 13,488 visitors in total. 

The breakdown of the arrivals of November, December, and January showcases that 55% of all arrivals were from the US, and 23% from France.

March 2021 marks one-year since the country closed its borders due to the COVID-19 outbreak which later became a global pandemic Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SMN-News
15 Mar 2021 07:52 PM

PHILIPSBURG:--- The Sint Maarten Tourism Bureau (STB) says that the number of stay-over visitors to the destination is on the increase and this is a sign that recovery of the tourism sector is underway.

In the months of November, December, and January the destination welcomed 32,669 stay-over arrivals. December is the month that recorded the highest number of stay-over arrivals, welcoming 13,488 visitors in total.

The breakdown of the arrivals of November, December, and January showcases that 55% of all arrivals were from the US, and 23% from France.

March 2021 marks one year since the country closed its borders due to the COVID-19 outbreak which later became a global pandemic Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
PFP
Source: SXMIslandTime
09 Mar 2021 07:18 PM

Mp Gumbs Submits Request For Contraception Study To Ser

PHILISPBURG, Sint Maarten PFP Member of Parliament Melissa Gumbs submitted a request to the Social Economic Council (SER) for a study on the availability and accessibility of contraceptive methodsto the St. Maarten population.

In her written request, Gumbs cited that St Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: 721 News
09 Mar 2021 09:45 AM

20 Women Honored On Iwd For Exemplary Work In Their Community

GREAT BAY, Sint Maarten (DCOMM) Womens Desk, a division within Community Development, Family & Humanitarian Affairs (CDFHA) from the Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour (Ministry VSA) in collaboration with Prominent Women, honored 20 women on March 8, International Womens Day (IWD) who have done exemplary work in the community especially during the COVID 19 lock down.

The #ChooseToChallenge event was empowering, filled with laughter and cheer, enjoyed by all, and was well attended.

Considering the COVID-19 guidelines, the celebration was somewhat restricted/downscaled in an attempt to conduct the event efficiently as possible.

As such the following women were honored in the presence of the Minister of VSA, Richard Panneflek, a few guests, and the organizing committee.

The honorees were,
Ms Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: 721 News
09 Mar 2021 09:17 AM

Prime Minister Silveria E. Jacobs International WomenS Day Commemoration Speech

Today March 8, 2021 on International Womens Day, it gives me great pleasure to celebrate the accomplishments, and leadership of women all around the world. We have come a long way, from when we were not allowed to vote, make decisions or hold certain functions to breaking the molds set by men throughout history. We have seen women rise to the occasion, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, and exhibit leadership skills in protecting their communities in governments around the world.

This years International Womens Day theme is Choose to Challenge raising awareness against bias and taking action for equality Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SMN-News
08 Mar 2021 10:04 PM

PHILIPSBURG(DCOMM):--- Womens Desk, a division within Community Development, Family & Humanitarian Affairs (CDFHA) from the Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour (Ministry VSA) in collaboration with Prominent Women, honored 20 women on March 8, International Womens Day (IWD) who have done exemplary work in the community especially during the COVID 19 lockdown.
The #ChooseToChallenge event was empowering, filled with laughter and cheer, enjoyed by all, and was well attended.
Considering the COVID-19 guidelines, the celebration was somewhat restricted/downscaled in an attempt to conduct the event efficiently as possible Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SMN-News
08 Mar 2021 02:05 PM

PHILIPSBURG:--- Today March 8, 2021, on International Womens Day, it gives me great pleasure to celebrate the accomplishments, and leadership of women all around the world. We have come a long way, from when we were not allowed to vote, make decisions or hold certain functions to breaking the molds set by men throughout history. We have seen women rise to the occasion, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, and exhibit leadership skills in protecting their communities in governments around the world Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SXMIslandTime
08 Mar 2021 01:51 PM

Prime Minister Silveria E. Jacobs International WomenS Day Commemoration Speech

Today March 8, 2021 on International Womens Day, it gives me great pleasure to celebrate the accomplishments, and leadership of women all around the world. We have come a long way, from when we were not allowed to vote, make decisions or hold certain functions to breaking the molds set by men throughout history. We have seen women rise to the occasion, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, and exhibit leadership skills in protecting their communities in governments around the world. This years

International Womens Day theme is Choose to Challenge raising awareness against bias and taking action for equality Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SXMIslandTime
03 Mar 2021 07:30 PM

Unholy Scriptures Author Visits Mgdw

Philipsburg, Sint Maarten – A motivational talk by the recently published book Unholy Scriptures author Mr. Reddeyez Skelet took place at the Marie Genevieve de Weever Primary School (MGDW) on Wednesday afternoon during their monthly staff meeting.

Mr. ReddEyez AKA “Skelet” is a businessman, artist, and motivational mentor from the island of St. Maarten/St.Martin. He is well known for his positive quotes on social media aimed at inspiring people to nurture a more optimistic view of life.

I am extremely proud of Skelet and appreciated the time he took out to speak to the staff of our school, remarked MGDW School Manager Stuart Johnson.

Johnson added, having special guest speakers at our staff meetings assist in building professional capacity, help to tap into supporting community-related activities and promote an overall awareness for the various talents within our country.

Having a candid discussion with the teachers, explaining them my own journey and explaining the motivation for my book was a great experience for me, stated Skelet.

In his daily guidebook, “Unholy Scriptures” he gives 101 motivational quotes along with tips and advice on what he preaches to his mentees Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SMN-News
03 Mar 2021 05:40 PM

PHILIPSBURG:---  A motivational talk by the recently published book Unholy Scriptures author Mr. Reddeyez Skelet took place at the Marie Genevieve de Weever Primary School (MGDW) on Wednesday afternoon during their monthly staff meeting.

Mr. ReddEyez AKA "Skelet" is a businessman, artist, and motivational mentor from the island of St. Maarten/St. Martin. He is well known for his positive quotes on social media aimed at inspiring people to nurture a more optimistic view of life.

I am extremely proud of Skelet and appreciated the time he took out to speak to the staff of our school, remarked MGDW School Manager Stuart Johnson.

Johnson added, having special guest speakers at our staff meetings assist in building professional capacity, help to tap into supporting community-related activities and promote an overall awareness for the various talents within our country.

Having a candid discussion with the teachers, explaining them my own journey and explaining the motivation for my book was a great experience for me, stated Skelet Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SMN-News
18 Feb 2021 09:55 AM

Telem Group Responds To Smcu.

PHILIPSBURG:--- Chief Executive Officer of TELEM Group of Companies Kendall Dupersoy penned a letter to the St. Maarten Communications Union (SMCU) after the employees of the company held a protest action on Wednesday. In his letter Dupersoy asked the SMCU if they enjoy playing the victim, he said whenever he talks to the union they consider it disrespectful.
The contents of the letter are below:

SMCU PRESENT

 February 17, 2021

  Kendall Dupersoy Executive Division Chief Executive Officer

Reference: CORP-006-2021

Description: Letter sent 12 February 2021 Ref Cost-Cutting Measures

 Dear SMCU,

 Do you enjoy playing the victim? Every letter is disrespectful, when I talk to you its disrespectful Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SMN-News
14 Feb 2021 04:23 PM

~With its theme; Passing on our legacy~

PHILIPSBURG:--- The Philipsburg Jubilee Library commemorates Black History Observance by its Power of Knowledge Series. On February 17, 2021, from 7 pm - 8 pm, it will be presented for the first time as a virtual forum titled 'Passing On Our Legacy. The purpose of the event is to highlight St. Maarten's cultural history and its local contributors across generations. The Jubilee Library hopes to inform and inspire the public with its content.

This year it will be about oral history and testimony, featuring: Mr Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SXMIslandTime
14 Feb 2021 09:58 AM

Philipsburg Jubilee Library Power Of Knowledge Series With Its Theme; Passing On Our Legacy

Philipsburg, February 12, 2021. The Philipsburg Jubilee Library commemorates Black History Observance by its Power of Knowledge Series. On February 17, 2021, from 7 pm – 8 pm, it will be presented for the first time as a virtual forum titled ‘Passing On Our Legacy. The purpose of the event is to highlight St. Maarten’s cultural history and its local contributors across generations. The Jubilee Library hopes to inform and inspire the public with its content.

This year it will be about oral history and testimony, featuring: Mr Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: The Daily Herald
12 Feb 2021 11:46 AM

ASA founder and director Merlyn Schaminee-Miguel.

~ Founder Merlyn speaks about experience through the years ~

SUCKER GARDEN--With music, dance, and an abundance of cake and popcorn, After School Activities (ASA)/No Kidding with Our Kids Foundation celebrated its 25th anniversary in a festive atmosphere at its home at the Lions Den in Sucker Garden on Thursday.

  One of the pioneers in after-school care in St. Maarten, ASA got its start in the turbulent days post-Hurricane Luis Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SMN-News
09 Feb 2021 04:33 PM

Mp Buncamper Sends Letter To Minister Of Teatt Regarding PjiaeS Ceo Dismissal.

PHILIPSBURG:--- Faction leader of the United St. Maartens People Party Claudius Buncamper has sent a letter to the Minister of TEATT Ludmilla de Weever regarding the dismissal of the Chief Executive Officer of PJIAE Brian Mingo.

Since December 3rd, 2020 a meeting was requested by five MPs including my person to discuss the companies hierarchy and structural composition, the protection of its assets, and an update on the project itself Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
PFP
Source: SXMIslandTime
27 Jan 2021 11:45 AM

Gumbs Requests Critical Updates From Minister Samuel

PHILIPSBURG, Sint Maarten Member of Parliament for the Party For Progress (PFP) Faction, Melissa Gumbs
submitted critical questions on Monday, 25 January 2021, to the Honorable Minister of Education, Culture, Youth & Sport, Minister Rodolphe Samuel requesting answers for various projects and project planning within the ministry.

Gumbs notes in her letter that given the COVID-19 situation in country Sint Maarten, a variety of sectors and industries were severely affected, with education taking the brunt after tourism Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
PFP
Source: SXMIslandTime
19 Jan 2021 09:58 PM

Pfp Requests Vaccination Plan Update From Ministry Of Vsa

PHILIPSBURG, Sint Maarten Party for Progress membersof Parliament Melissa Gumbsand Raeyhon Petersonsubmitted critical questions regarding Country St Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SXMIslandTime
12 Jan 2021 09:02 PM

Wescot-Williams Makes Inquiries Into Pjia.

Philipsburg, St. Maarten Member of Parliament Sarah A. Wescot-Williams (UD) has made numerous inquiries into what she deems an unfortunate situation that played out during the latter part of 2020 between the airport holding board and the Managing Director of the Princess Juliana International Airport, Mr. Brian Mingo.

A letter from the airport holding board that supposedly was also copied to the Parliament of Sint Maarten, the MP stated in a recent statement,  has prompted her to ask questions to the Shareholder, in this case Prime Minister Jacobs and  Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication (TEATT), de Weever about the allegations in the letter.

Wescot-Williams said that the matter is unfortunate and it is lamentable that a corporate matter such as this has played out in the public domain Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SMN-News
12 Jan 2021 09:23 AM

PHILIPSBURG:--- Member of Parliament Sarah A. Wescot-Williams (UD) has made numerous inquiries into what she deems an unfortunate situation that played out during the latter part of 2020 between the airport holding board and the Managing Director of the Princess Juliana International Airport, Mr. Brian Mingo.

A letter from the airport holding board that supposedly was also copied to the Parliament of Sint Maarten, the MP stated in a recent statement, has prompted her to ask questions to the Shareholder, in this case, Prime Minister Jacobs and Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication (TEATT), de Weever about the allegations in the letter.

Wescot-Williams said that the matter is unfortunate and it is lamentable that a corporate matter such as this has played out in the public domain Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: 721 News
31 Dec 2020 10:35 PM

Mp Buncamper: Do Not Lose Hope In Your Country.

As the year 2020 comes to an end and we move into 2021 most of us have mixed feelings about what we have been through and what we are about to go into. 2020 has undoubtedly been a very challenging year for all of us here and around the world. The Corona Virus, or COVID 19 as it is commonly referred to, has had its effects on our lives, our way of life and our customs.

To those of you who have lost family, friends, colleagues due to the pandemic, I extend my deepest sympathy and I pray that God will grant you the strength as you go through these challenging times.
The feeling of hopelessness is more common than we can imagine, many are even on the verge of giving up because of the uncertainties the pandemic has brought with it for our health, the health of our nation and our ability to recover economically from the devastating consequence of the pandemic.

But these challenges that our country is now facing, albeit the greatest economic challenges in recent times, will pass Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SXMIslandTime
31 Dec 2020 10:20 PM

New YearS Message From Mp Claudius Buncamper.

Do not lose hope in your country.

As the year 2020 comes to an end and we move into 2021 most of us have mixed feelings about what we have been through and what we are about to go into. 2020 has undoubtedly been a very challenging year for all of us here and around the world. The Corona Virus, or COVID 19 as it is commonly referred to, has had its effects on our lives, our way of life and our customs.

To those of you who have lost family, friends, colleagues due to the pandemic, I extend my deepest sympathy and I pray that God will grant you the strength as you go through these challenging times.
The feeling of hopelessness is more common than we can imagine, many are even on the verge of giving up because of the uncertainties the pandemic has brought with it for our health, the health of our nation and our ability to recover economically from the devastating consequence of the pandemic.

But these challenges that our country is now facing, albeit the greatest economic challenges in recent times, will pass Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SMN-News
31 Dec 2020 03:31 PM

~Do not lose hope in your country.~

PHILIPSBURG:--- As the year 2020 comes to an end and we move into 2021 most of us have mixed feelings about what we have been through and what we are about to go into. 2020 has undoubtedly been a very challenging year for all of us here and around the world. The Corona Virus, or COVID 19 as it is commonly referred to, has had its effects on our lives, our way of life, and our customs.

To those of you who have lost family, friends, colleagues due to the pandemic, I extend my deepest sympathy and I pray that God will grant you the strength as you go through these challenging times.
The feeling of hopelessness is more common than we can imagine, many are even on the verge of giving up because of the uncertainties the pandemic has brought with it for our health, the health of our nation and our ability to recover economically from the devastating consequence of the pandemic.

But these challenges that our country is now facing, albeit the greatest economic challenges in recent times, will pass Read more


Candidates in this article:
HOPE
Source: SMN-News
20 Dec 2020 09:15 PM

PHILIPSBURG:--- Peridot Foundation states: the final days of the year 2020 are slowly waning away to an end. We look back to a year marked by hardship and fear. Many gave up on their hopes and aspirations for a better future for their families and their country. Desperate and often disillusioned by the failure of their leaders who pledged to serve in the best interest of all, some people rightfully feel let down and betrayed.

The state of mental health of society in general as well as for individuals who have been under extreme pressure for some time is harrowing Read more


Candidates in this article:
SXMElections.com Corner Stone Solutions NV