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More Housing on the cards for Grand bay as 30 families receive new homes

Government will construct additional housing units in Grand bay for at least 70 more families. This as Government handed over keys to 30 new homes in the community on Wednesday. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit told the ceremony Government had plans to do more to address the housing situation in the community.


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Regional CXC Registrar ensures that grade results are valid

Regional CXC Registrar Dr. Wayne Wesley says the Examination Council ensured the integrity of regional exams were preserved for the presentation of accurate results. On Tuesday morning, the CXC Headquarters in Barbados held a virtual conference to release regional exam results. Dr. Wesley said the Council ensured no student was disadvantaged due to the ongoing […]

DPSU continues salary negotiations for Public Officers

The Dominica Public Service Union (DPSU) is continuing salary negotiations for various groups of Public Officers. General Secretary of the DPSU Thomas Letang tells Kairi News a proposal is expected from the Dominica Air and Sea Port Authority (DASPA), while the Dominica Social Security and the Union are also close to finalizing terms. Meantime following […]

Tourism Minister Denise Charles hopes for return of cruise tourism by end of the year

Tourism Minister Denise Charles is hoping for a return of cruise tourism by the end of the year. The cruise industry has been forced into a virtual standstill during the COVID-19 pandemic. But Minister Charles says discussions are ongoing with cruise liners for a resumption of calls.  

30 families from Grand Bay to receive new homes today…

30 families of Grand Bay become new homeowners today. Government will hand over the keys to 30 housing units constructed under Housing Dominica with funding from the Citizenship by Investment Programme. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says the ceremony takes place later today.

Government to soon meet with Police Welfare Association to discuss salary negotiations

Chairman of the Police Welfare Association Jefferson Drigo says the Association will soon meet with Government to discuss salary negotiations. Drigo says it has been two years since the association has been awaiting a response from government on proposed salary increases for police officers. He is hopeful that both parties can negotiate for better salaries […]