Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit hopes Dominica will return to a full state of normalcy by the end of June, with all curfew restrictions lifted. The Prime Minister said a number of restrictions have been eased to facilitate business activity as the country now has no active COVID 19 cases. Mr. Skerrit said that by the […]
64 residents of Grand Fond are the owners of new housing units handed over on Wednesday. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit told the handover ceremony, access to housing remains a top priority for his DLP led administration. Mr. Skerrit said, despite criticisms of Government’s housing project, he remains committed to providing quality shelter for citizens.
One man, Davidson Alfred of Grand Bay, is dead following a shootout with police in the Kalinago Territory on Tuesday. According to reports the man was shot dead by police following two armed robberies in Salybia. Two other men, Travis Alfred and Chelsea Anselm are on the run. Police PRO Simon Edwards says the men […]
Fifth form students face major changes in CSEC Examinations this year, due to begin on July 13th. CXC Registrar Magalie Celestine says CXC held a number of consultations before receiving approval from the Council on Human and Social Development to hold CSEC exams in July. CAPE exams also begin on the same day, and CCSLC […]
Dominica’s unique attractions will feature to wide audiences when the adventure show, Epic Trails, airs this week. CEO of the Discover Dominica Authority Colin Piper says Epic Trails caters to adventure seekers. Season 3 of the show will air on OutsideTv, a cable network which reaches millions in America and distributes internationally to 134 countries. […]
Chief Environmental Health Officer Tassie Thomas has urged the use of masks in public as part of continuing efforts to avoid the spread of COVID-19. Thomas says as businesses reopen here, the public is encouraged to practice safety measures despite minor discomfort.
A number of new health centers should be complete soon, as work continues on facilities in several communities, including Vieille Case and Penville. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said Sunday the new Health Center at Vieille Case is first in line to be opened, within weeks.
254 families in the East are expected to receive keys to new housing units within days. That’s according to Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit who spoke on his new One on One programme, Anou Parlay on Sunday. Mr. Skerrit explained that work had being ongoing on housing developments on the island during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr. […]
Dominica joins in observance of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) today. In 2006 the International Network for Prevention of Elder Abuse designated June 15 as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day to raise awareness of elder abuse and highlight ways to challenge such abuse. One of the main highlights of the day will be a […]
LIAT has advised the Leeward Islands Airline Pilots Association of the need to extend the temporary layoff of its pilots for three months. In a June 11 letter, Human Resources Manager, Samantha May Francis, attributed this to the chronic fiscal turbulence experienced by the regional airline, now made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout the […]