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Construction will begin on new housing units in Marigot by September 1. That announcement has come from newly launched candidate for the Marigot Constituency Gregory Karessah Riviere. Riviere says, following the devastation of Hurricane Maria, the DLP provided assistance for housing improvements in Marigot. According to Riviere, “very soon” the people will see the construction […]

The Dominica Labour party will intensify its campaign in the coming weeks as the country prepares for general elections. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit told a rally of his Dominica Labour Party in Marigot on Sunday that his party’s campaign has entered the home stretch and will launch new candidates over the next two weekends. On […]

The Dominica Labour Party will on Sunday officially launch its candidate, Gregory Karessah Riviere to contest the Marigot seat at the next general elections. Parliamentary Representative for the Portsmouth Constituency Ian Douglas addressed a Press Conference Friday, saying the DLP is confident it is presenting an excellent candidate in Marigot. “Everyone will admit that Karessah […]

Chinese Ambassador to Dominica, Lu Kun, has assured Dominican students that China is safe despite ongoing Mass protests in Hong Kong. Millions in Hong Kong have taken to the streets in a series of violent protests against a bill which allows citizens of Hong Kong who have committed crimes in China or Taiwan to be […]

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has defended Montreal Management Consultants Est. (MMCE) in light of questions emerging from the Opposition about the conditions under which the company operates in Dominica. MMCE is responsible for the ongoing construction of several housing projects around the island. Prime Minister Skerrit spoke in defense of the company at a town […]

12 Dominicans have been awarded scholarships to study in China for the 2019/2020 academic year. At the Chinese Government Scholarship Award Ceremony Wednesday, eight students were awarded scholarships to pursue Bachelors’ degrees and four were awarded scholarships to pursue Masters’ degrees. Over 150 students have received scholarships to Chinese Universities since Dominica and China established […]

Government has rebuffed Opposition Leader Lennox Linton’s request for information on the country’s Citizenship by Investment Programme. Last week, Linton wrote to the Financial Secretary, Rosamund Edwards, requesting an accounting of the funds realized by Government under the programme, by August 14. He says he has since received a reply, and read out a letter […]

The Dominica Festivals Committee on Monday released the nightly lineup for the highly anticipated World Creole Music Festival. Events Coordinator Marva Williams revealed seven acts on Night 1 (one), 12 acts on Night 2 (two) and another 7 on Night 3 (three). On Friday Night (Night One), features Davido, African producer and singer. New Look [...]

Police have confirmed the death of two people of Tarish Pit following a vehicle collision on Goodwill Road on Saturday night. Police Inspector Pellam Jno Baptiste gave an official report on the incident. According to the report, the collision occurred on the Edward Oliver Leblanc Highway, in the area of the Dominica Banana Marketing Corporation […]

About four thousand farmers and fisher folk will receive support from the Dominica Emergency Agricultural Livelihoods and Climate Resilience Project officially launched on Friday. The project is funded by the World Bank and has a two-year lifespan. Deputy Prime Minister of Dominica and Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Reginald Austrie says eligible farmers include […]