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Published on: Apr 08, 2004

Category: General The Numismatic Museum is very happy to announce that soon they will be able to sell commemorative coins to collectors

What's Happening in Aruba

Published on: Apr 06, 2004

Category: General Aruba product update for the first quarter of 2004

Animal Rights Aruba presents Some objectives for 2004

Published on: Mar 29, 2004

Category: General The fact that Aruba has a similar income level per capita as a country like Greece requires that the entire population, including the Government, be morally obliged to take steps to improve the living conditions of our animals.

New AHATA CEO Jorge Pesquera meets Press

Published on: Mar 26, 2004

Category: General "I would like to become the island's adoptive son," he said, "not your hired gun."


Published on: Mar 26, 2004

Category: General An unusual exhibition opened this week at the public library on Madurostraat. It covers a year’s work of Laureen Croes-Eman, a mother of three. But that’s not the point. The point is that Laureen having conducted a full meaningful life for almost four decades, being an accomplished PR and Marketing executive, made a complete professional turn-around and became a full time artist.

Padu honored in Aruba Day Celebration in Den Haag

Published on: Mar 22, 2004

Category: General Splika, a foundation that promotes the culture and language of the Antilles and Aruba in The Netherlands, honored the legendary pianist for his works in the culture and language of Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire.

Successful Women & Work

Published on: Mar 10, 2004

Category: General A most successful seminar Women & Work was hosted by ECA NV., at the Seaport Conference Center on March 8th, International Day of Women.


Published on: Mar 09, 2004

Category: General Maggy's presents top sellers in women's and men's fragances for the month of February 2004

An artistic triumph on Main Street

Published on: Mar 05, 2004

Category: General Internal Energy premiered on Wednesday to a full house, i.e. twenty-ticket holders. The art happening at Access Art Gallery was modestly promoted prior to the event – the NEWS ran an informative article - and as a result art lovers, even tourists, found their way to the main street in the evening hours, Wednesday & Thursday to participate in an interactive work of art by Alida Wever, a home grown, Caribbean, modern-dance diva.


Published on: Mar 02, 2004

Category: General Environmental Campaign to clean up the Arikok National Park and Celebrating Woman's day