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The upcoming election will determine Dominica’s fate for the next 20-30 years. That’s the view of Ian Douglas, Parliamentary Representative for the Portsmouth constituency. Speaking on Kairi’s Heng on Wednesday, Douglas deemed the upcoming election critical to Dominica’s future. This comes after Kelver Darroux, outgoing MP for the St. Joseph constituency, referred to the upcoming […]

Senhouse Bridge in Castle Bruce is now open to motorists and pedestrians following the completion of reconstruction works on the bridge. Parliamentary Representative for the Castle Bruce Johnson Drigo says government contributed over three hundred thousand dollars for the reconstruction of the over fifty-year-old bridge. “We know that we have a safe project given to […]

Newly launched Dominica Labour Party candidate for the St. Joseph Constituency Dr. Adis King says she will push for enhancements within the local tourism sector in Mero and Layou if elected to serve. Addressing her official launch on Sunday, Dr. King said she intended to create opportunities for small business owners and farmers, among others. […]

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit gave public officers permission to leave for home as rain associated with Tropical storm Dorian battered the island. Mr. Skerrit also urged private businesses to do likewise. According to the Prime Minister Skerrit, there were no major threats, but the safety of citizens is paramount. The Dominica Meteorological Service has since […]

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has urged citizens to take preparatory measures as Tropical Storm Dorian approaches the island. The Prime Minister says the country will not be shut down, however, a Tropical Storm Watch remains in effect for Dominica. The Prime Minister advised that duties will continue despite the watch, and advised persons to exercise […]

This is the 11:00 am update from the Dominica Meteorological Service: TROPICAL STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR DOMINICA AT 11AM … TROPICAL STORM CONDITIONS EXPECTED IN THE WINDWARD ISLANDS LATER TODAY… A Tropical Storm Watch means that tropical storm conditions are possible within the watch area, generally within 48 hours. At 11am, Tropical Storm Dorian was […]

The Government of Dominica will host a thanksgiving concert on September 19, 2019 to mark two years since the passage of hurricane Maria. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit announced on Wednesday that major local, regional and international acts will be featured. Mr. Skerrit had over the weekend told the nation to mark the date off as […]

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says a rating of Dominica’s CBI Programme by the Financial Times as the number one programme in the Caribbean is cause for celebration. Mr. Skerrit told State Radio on Tuesday that the British newspaper had rated the CBI programme for its extensive due diligence, efficiency, speed, affordability and reliability. This comes […]

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has urged Marigot constituents to put party colours aside and vote in the interest of development. Mr. Skerrit addressed the launch of Gregory Riviere in Marigot on Sunday. Skerrit urged to voters to exercise their option to elect an effective representative. “Be wise in 2020… Get registered,” he said. “Put partisan […]

PricewaterhouseCoopers, the world’s second largest multinational professional services firms, has praised Dominica for the success of its Citizenship by Investment programme (CBI). In a report released Monday the firm said the programme was expected to have a long-term positive impact on the island. PWC said it was commissioned to review the fiscal impact of Dominica’s […]