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Advisor to Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, Senior Counsel Anthony Astaphan has provided further clarification on the use of funds from the Citizenship by Investment programme, saying funds invested into the Economic Diversification Fund (EDF) also form part of Government’s revenue. Debate continues over the matter after Opposition Leader Lennox Linton accused the government of Dominica […]

Dominica Labor Party Advisor, Senior Counsel Anthony Astaphan says an ongoing incitement matter in the courts against Opposition Leader Lennox Linton is following due process and has been handled fairly. Linton was charged with obstruction and incitement in relation to public disturbances which followed a United Workers Party public meeting in Roseau on February 2017. […]

Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has pledged to protect the best interest of citizens in the sale of Scotia Bank. Republic Financial Holdings Limited announced last November that it had acquired Scotiabank’s operations in the Eastern Caribbean, including in Dominica. Prime Minister Skerrit spoke at the end of the 67th Meeting of the Organization of […]

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has announced plans to expand access to higher education through the establishment of satellite branches of the Dominica State College (DSC). The Prime Minister told a rally to launch Fidel Grant as the Dominica Labour Party candidate on Sunday that one of these branches would be set up at the North […]

A contingent from the Dominica Export Import Agency (DEXIA) and local agro-processors is spending this week in the French West Indies (FWI) territories of Guadeloupe and Martinique to build relationships and explore markets for local products. Head of the Agency’s Export Promotion and Development Department, Lloyd Pascal is leading the delegation comprising Operations Manager of […]


June 18, 2019

A pre- election poll conducted here favors the United Workers Party. That’s according to Alex Bruno of the Caribbean Agency for Political Advancement (CAPA). Bruno says pre- election polling was conducted between May 26 and June 16, in 14 constituencies. Bruno says according to his polling if elections were called now, the Dominica Labour Party […]

Residents of Pichelin on Monday took to the streets to protest unconfirmed reports that Marva Williams, the declared Dominica Labour Party candidate for the Pichelin, would be replaced. Sources close to the DLP tell Kairi News a decision has been taken to ask Ms. Williams to step aside to make way for the return of […]

A French businessman with interests in Dominica has been indicted for forgery and misuse of corporate funds according to French News Agency Guadeloupe 1. The news agency identifies Jacques Gardakhan and one of his businesses SA Sotradom as being under investigation or judicial review. According to the report, his assets have been seized and he […]

Head of the Seismic Research Unit at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad Dr. Richard Robertson says a spate of tremors over the weekend are volcanic earthquakes associated with the island’s volcanic nature. The Office of Disaster Management confirmed on Saturday a burst of felt earthquake events from about 10.00 pm on Friday […]

The Dominica Labour Party’s Candidate for the Wesley Constituency Fidel Grant has highlighted agriculture, housing and small business creation as three of his priority areas for development. Grant was officially presented to the electorate at a June 16th rally in Wesley. The son of a farmer, he pledged to help restore economic empowerment to farmers in […]