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State Secretary Alexandra van Huffelen visits Bonaire, Saba, St. Eustatius and St. Maarten
State Secretary Alexandra van Huffelen of Kingdom Relations will pay a working visit to Bonaire, Saba, Sint Eustatius and Sint ...
Construction housing facility for Assisted Living started under instruction of Fundashon Cas Bonairiano and Care and Youth Caribbean Netherlands
Fundashon Cas Bonairiano (FCB) and Care and Youth Caribbean Netherlands (ZJCN) are working together on the structural housing of ...
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
On Tuesday the 4th of April, the Inspectorate of Education published a report following the first measurement of childcare ...
Claudia Toet appointed as Director of the Belastingdienst Caribisch Nederland as of the 1st of September
On the 15th of June, 2023, Claudia Toet will start at the Belastingdienst in the European Netherlands and, after a training ...
Minister Dijkgraaf to visit Saba, Sint Eustatius & Sint Maarten
Minister Robbert Dijkgraaf (Education, Culture and Science) will be visiting Saba, Sint Eustatius and Sint Maarten from April ...
More tourist arrivals by air in the Caribbean Netherlands than in 2021
In 2022, altogether 183.7 thousand tourists flew to the islands of the Caribbean Netherlands. The number of tourist arrivals by ...
Edison Rijna appointed special envoy
Secretary of State Van Huffelen of the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations has appointed Mr E.E. (Edison) Rijna ...
Council of Ministers decides that Caribbean students will receive a BSN before arrival in the Netherlands
The Council of Ministers agreed to amend the Decree Basic Registration of Persons so that Caribbean students can immediately ...
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 ...