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Residents of Goede Verwachting receive land Declaration

The Ministry of Land Policy and Forest Management in Suriname (GBB) has issued land documents to residents of Goede Verwachting (the Good Expectation). The inhabitants of this area, have finally received their declarations of readiness and allocation decisions after a long wait. There are 60 allocat...

Marowijne farmers trained on coconut cultivation

Sixty farmers from Marowijne have followed a training course about the possibilities that coconut offers. Cyraon Asoiti, chairman of the Cooperative Platform Agrarische Ontwikkeling Marowijne said tha...

Shortage of Fernandes bread and pastry products next few days

Fernandes Bakery is  struggling at present due to the shortage of baker's flour. The extra flour imports from the supplier have slowed down somewhat due to a combination of circumstances. The conse...

Cleaning Albina beach because of World Cleaning Day

As part of World Cleaning Day, Albina Centrum was cleaned last weekend. The Suriname Police Force reported that the cleaning of Albina was done along the beach and the surrounding area. It was an ...

President asks diaspora in US to commit to Suriname

President Chan Santokhi has called on the Surinamese diaspora in the United States of America to help rebuild her country of origin. On Monday during his visit to New York, where he will attend the 77...

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Ex-president Venetian to introduce NPS discussion evening

Ex-president also honorary chairman of the National Party Suriname (NPS) will give a public lecture on 7 October in Grun Dyari. He will discuss the theme of Surviving in the current crisis situation. ...

Santokhi asks OAS for support for climate finance

CARICOM chairman Chandrikapersad Santokhi has asked the Organization of American States (OAS) for support to use its influence for climate finance, for developing countries. He took Suriname as an...

Rusland: Government must set a good example

NPS chairman Gregory Rusland has to deal with people who complain about the difficult situation in the country on a daily basis. In a few days the salary of the people is gone and It's difficult to ke...

Ramdin confirms talks with US refugee

Minister Albert Ramdin of Foreign Affairs, International Business and International Cooperation confirms to the news press that the government of the United States (US) is in talks with various countr...

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Cleaning activities Saturday at more than 50 locations

Tomorrow, Suriname will participate for the fifth time in the 'World Cleanup Day', which is held annually on September 17. Under the coordination of the Support Recycling Suriname Foundation (SuReSur)...

Rosebel finances agricultural project in Brokopondo

The Brokopondo Outgrowers project will soon start in the Brokopondo district, with 10 farmers who will be assisted in setting up their own business. Last week, Rosebel Gold Mines NV (Rosebel) and the ...

No green light yet RvM for SRD 2.3 million Rutte visit

The budget of more than SRD 2.3 million around the arrival of Prime Minister Mark Rutte and his delegation has not yet been approved. Some ministers had questions about the amounts and expenditure. ...

Aloema wants OM investigation into ‘messwork’ mooring facility Albina

Assembly member Ronny Aloema (VHP) is concerned that the new boat 'Le Malani', which is to maintain the ferry connection between Suriname and French Guyana, has been on the chain for months. The ferry...

NDP does not attend special DNA meeting in protest

The faction of the National Democratic Party (NDP) did not attend the extraordinary public meeting of the National Assembly. She is also not pleased with the fact that Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte ...

Wreath laying at Bastion Veere without press

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and President Chan Santokhi, together with Vice President Ronnie Brunswijk, laid a wreath today at the Monument Bastion Veere in Fort Zeelandia. Relatives of the men sh...

C-47 wants to roll back EBS increases in 2 weeks

The trade union federation C-47 wants to maintain or reverse the increased energy rates of the Energiebedrijven Suriname (EBS) within two weeks. In a letter to President Chan Santokhi, Chairman Robby ...

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