The French pledge their support to Dominica

French Ambassador Monsieur Michel Prom has pledged the commitment of his french counterparts in working towards fostering greater relationship between the french and Dominica.   The ambassador made these remarks at a cocktail held at the Alliance Francaise de la Dominique on July 12th, in observance of French National Day.   “The relationship and link is very deep between Dominica and the fr ...

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Anse De Mai St Peter’s Feast ‘bigger and better’ this weekend

All roads will lead to the north-east community of Anse De Mai this weekend as the Anse De Mai Development Committee hosts the Feast of St Peter’s.   Public Relations Officer of the Anse De Mai Development Committee, Mr Melvin George said that they have put together an action plan to make the feast bigger and better this year.   “This year we have decided to make the feast bigger than ...

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Pm Skerrit presents EC$440.3 Million budget despite the Opposition’s absence at Parliament

Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Foreign Affairs and Information Technology, Honorable Roosevelt Skerrit presented a $440.3 million budget to parliament when they met for the fifth meeting of the first session of the eighth parliament at the House of Assembly in Roseau on July 13th. The draft estimates of expenditure comprised total recurrent expenditure of $299,754,936 and capital expenditure of $1 ...

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Cockrane Rabbit Festival promised to be bigger and better.

  The Cockrane Rabbit Festival Committee (CRFC) in collaboration with the Digicel, Courts, Kubuli, Belfast Estate Ltd and SAT Telecommunications Ltd launched “The National Rabbit Festival 2010” on Tuesday July 13th at Digicel. Although the organizers are faced with the challenge of meeting their budget of $80 000, they promise that this year will, no doubt, be bigger and better. Chairman of ...

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Opposition describes by-election victory as a demand for fair democracy

A by-election in Dominica on Friday, 9th July has resulted in the opposition United Workers Party (UWP) retaining its two seats declared vacant by the Speaker of the country's parliament.   Preliminary results indicate that former Prime Minister Edison James and his United Workers Party colleague Hector John both held on to their constituencies.   Their seats were declared vacant in April by s ...

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Youth advisor encourages Dominican youth to become leaders today!

Youth advisor to the government of Bahamas, Pastor Dave Burrows have called on Dominican youth to become leaders now in order to save their generation and to become role models for upcoming generations.   Pastor Burrows made this appeal at CEM Caribbean 2010 held in Portsmouth from July 5th to 9th, 2010. This year’s conference was held under the theme: ‘developing our region’s youth h ...

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Police still investigating the murder of Ashton ‘Gold Teeth’ Gibbons

Police are still carrying out investigations into the death of Ashton 'Gold Teeth' Gibbons of Marigot, who was stabbed near a garage in Melville Hall last week Friday. Re-elected Parliamentary Representative for the Marigot constituency, Honorable Edison James said that the constituency is saddened by the death.   “I sent our sympathies of the constituency to the parents, family and ...

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Tourism Minister advises the nation to ‘experience Dominica’s under water life’

    The Dominica Watersports Association in collaboration with Jewellers International and the Swiss Army Victorinox indeed complimented the image that Dive Fest portrays with the addition of exotic mermaids as they launched “Dive Fest 2010” on July 9th at the Fort Young Hotel.   The very popular Dive Fest is a two week event which begins on July 9th -18th with the primary aim of ...

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Fete La Coudre fashion show

  The curtains came down on the Fete La Coudre celebrations on Sunday July 11th 2010 at Bath Estate as the organizers held a Miss La Coudre fashion show which made up part of the events scheduled for Sunday evening. The theme incepted for Fete La Coudre this year was “Unity.” Also marking Sunday evening’s event was a grand fair and performances by the original First Serenade band and ...

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Stabbing in Marigot claimed the life of one young man

Unconfirmed reports reaching SAT TV news has indicated that a young man of Marigot was stabbed to death on July 9th, 2010.   According to one source Ashton Gibbons who is in his early twenties was stabbed near a garage close to the Melville hall airport.   The young man is the son of well-known family nurse practitioner Gibbons, who is stationed at the Marigot Hospital.   Police are currently ...

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