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The column Island Insight enriches the newspaper every Tuesday with knowledge on the cultural heritage, flora and fauna of our Happy Island. The writer has a natural interest and respect for his old world heritage as well as his natives’ ancestor’s history and their survival challenges. It will definitely show you Aruba from a different perspective!

Sustainability, innovation, culture and creativity are the topics of the column Creative Islander. Also dynamic and talented Arubans that study and/or work in The Netherlands are being portrayed by the writer. Bi-weekly on Thursday we can get inspired by the words of the creative writer!

The passion for tourism and the world within a resort are combined in this column that is written by a talented lady who works in the hotel business herself. These are personal experiences and many readers will relate to the funny, well-written hotel hustles. Bi-weekly on Monday, don’t miss it!

Photography is the art to talk with images. Aruba is the Walhalla for photographers, but only one can be the best and Aruba Today shows you why. The photos of Today’s Click are amazing and inspire you to explore the places shown in the pictures. Check it out bi-weekly on Monday!

The Happy Community Initiative is a visitor charity program that you can help build Aruba’s community strong by doing a donation to good causes. CEDE Aruba, a dynamic community foundation, and the Aruba Timeshare Association (Atsa) collaborate in this platform for visitors who would like to make a donation, but also volunteer in the future. The Happy Community Initiative column is published bi-weekly, every Thursday in Aruba Today. We will inform you about this dynamic, new project from different angles to give you a complete feel so follow us and keep engaged!

Every month we provide our readers with a fishing report that tells you what is in the water and what is there to catch. We are a Caribbean Island and many fisher boats go out on a daily base to guarantee you will eat the catch-of-the-day. Read all about it in our Today’s Catch.