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The Next Level

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Author: Jair P

Page: 13

The Dominica State College (DSC) on Wednesday welcomed a new medical simulation lab, a donation from Medical Professionals on a Mission (MPOM). The lab features life- like robotic patients on which nursing students can conduct practical training.               Dean of the Faculty of Health and Sciences, Lilia Casey, says […]

A replacement for Ross University in Picard Portsmouth could be announced soon. Ross University departed Dominica in August 2018 following the passage of Hurricane Maria and has since set up shop in Barbados. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says his Government has signed an agreement with a new investor to begin operations here. “We will sign […]

Police Chief Daniel Carbon has issued a stern warning to those who issue threats and make other inflammatory comments on social media during the ongoing election campaign. Carbon’s comments follow a threat made against Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit earlier this week. “I consider this statement a very dangerous and damning statement,” he said. “I will […]

The voting public in Dominica has demonstrated satisfaction with the work of the ruling Dominica Labour Party, having returned the party to office for four consecutive general elections. That’s according to the Deputy Prime Minister and Parliamentary Representative for the Cottage Constituency, Reginald Austrie. Austrie was defending government’s record in office in light of accusations […]

Parliamentary Representative for the Soufriere Constituency Denise Charles has announced new initiatives in the area to support the new hotel development there. Charles addressed the official opening of the Jungle Bay Resort in Soufriere on Sunday. She revealed that the contract for the design of two new jettys in the Soufriere constituency, one in Scott’s […]

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit revealed on Sunday that he has begun to think of the transition of leadership of his party. Mr. Skerrit addressed a rally of his Dominica Labour Party in Antigua on Sunday. Mr. Skerrit said this upcoming general election will be his last as DLP leader, saying “I have already made it […]

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has praised Dominica’s Citizenship by Investment Programme (CBI) as an important contributor to the island’s economic wellbeing. Mr. Skerrit addressed the Vine Cutting Ceremony on Sunday to officially open the 120 room Jungle Bay Resort and Spa. Jungle Bay’s reconstruction, following its destruction during Tropical Storm Erika, was funded under the […]

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has invited CARICOM, the Commonwealth Secretariat, and the Organization of American States to advise stakeholders here on the matter of electoral reform. In a statement to the nation on Thursday Prime Minister Skerrit called for a mature level of debate on matters of importance such as electoral reform and voter ID […]

A student of the St. Martin’s Primary School, Keara Gardier, has topped the 2019 Grade Six National Assessment. The announcement was made on Thursday during the official release of the results at a press conference. The student says she feels honored to be the top student at this year’s Grade 6 National Assessments. Principal of […]

Education Minister Petter Saint-Jean on Thursday announced an increase in the allowances to scholars and bursars entering secondary school. Mr. Saint-Jean told a press conference to announce the results of the 2019 Grade Six National Assessment, that the increase is meant to help meet the cost of textbooks and school supplies. The increases are as […]