Royal Caribbean Cruise hosts top Secondary School graduates

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line hosted top graduates from all Secondary Schools in Dominica last week Friday, in a joint effort initiated by the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development. Through this initiative, 46 students and 4 teachers were treated to lunch and a tour aboard the Serenade of the Seas, which was docked at the Roseau Cruise Ship Berth.    Agent for HHV Whitchurch & Co ...

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The Bath Estate Community celebrates Fete La Coudre

Parliamentary representative for the Roseau South Constituency, Honorable Ambrose George has called on residents in the Bath Estate community to support the Bath Estate Development Committee as activities marking the village feast; Fete La Coudre, gets underway.   The activities began with an Ecumenical Service at the Bath Estate playing field on Sunday, July 4th. The activities are held under the them ...

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Trinidadian supports Sernel in the launch of his debut album

Local gospel artist Sernel Florent is promising patrons ‘a blessing’ on July 3rd, at the Old Mill Cultural Center, when he launches his debut album, ‘Lend a Helping Hand’. He said that much work has been put into the album launch, while his second album is in the making.   “It’s all about Sernel gospel album launch this Saturday, July 3rd. Things are well underway, e ...

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Two men on money laundering charge while police seize their assets

A recent case of alleged money laundering has stirred controversial views from the general public while the police remains tight-lipped on the case. Twenty-five-year-old Jowani Gage of Shawford Estate and 33-year-old Edgar Peltier of Point Michel have been released on bail after facing charges of money laundering on July 1st, 2010.   According to the charges brought against Gage, the defendant is alleg ...

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Salisbury Enhancement Committe project

     The Salisbury Enhancement Committee (SEC) and the Salisbury Fisheries Group has collaborated with Lime Dominica to under take a project in Salisbury geared at enhancing the community’s environment. Last week Saturday, June 26th and Sunday June 27th the group commenced the project which included the painting of the fishermen’s building, painting of the basketball scoring house ...

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Face of Shabeau official dismiss allegations of theft and fraud

Creative Director and Franchise Holder of the Face of Shabeau, Ms Mikieda Franklin is dismissing accusations, claiming that she received large sums of money from the model search competition held in Dominica last month.   According to a press release issued June 29th, 2010, Ms Franklin is also dismissing allegations saying that artistes and band members who performed at the grand finale on May 15th, di ...

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shalom pre-school toddlers say farewell

      31 adorable toddlers graduated from the prestigious Shalom Pre-School yesterday June 29th at the CSA Centre. Mrs. Janice Samuel, principal of the Shalom Pre-School, said that while the children are very excited to begin a new venture, the parents must play a vital role in helping them realize their dreams.   ”You many think that the journey has ended but it has just begun and ...

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Director of trade say ‘we need to export more and import less’

  Director of Trade, Dr Eisenhower Douglas has proposed that Dominica’s economy could be developed if we export more and import less. Dr Douglas made the announcement while addressing a discussion on the topic, ‘Building Education and Awareness on the issue of Labour and Gender and their treatment in Trade Agreements’ at Roseau on June 29th, 2010.   The discussion was convened by ...

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2010 DABA Lime Dominica National Basketball League progresses smoothly

Public Relations Officer of the Dominica Amateur Basketball Association (DABA) Mr. Mickey Joseph disclosed that the 2010 DABA Lime Dominica National Basketball League is progressing smoothly. The league which began in May and is expected to end in August was suspended for a short period of time due to inclement weather. But according to the PRO, everything is back to normal. He said that they are very satis ...

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45 students claims the status of graduates of the St. Mary’s Academy

  Friday June 25th, marked a milestone in the lives of 45 students who claimed the status of graduates of the St. Mary’s Academy, when the institution held its 33rd graduation ceremony under the theme ‘Learn from yesterday, live for today, dream for tomorrow’, at the Arawak House of Culture. Principal of the SMA Mr. Cuthbert J. Elwin said that it is a distinct pleasure to acknowledge the young men’s’ a ...

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