FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida – Opener Evin Lewis spoke to the Media (audio & video) and team captain Carlos Brathwaite to WICB Media (audio only) in separate media opportunities, after Dwayne ...
Salisbury and Morne Rachette residents are still experiencing difficulties accessing potable water in their communities.
It's a warm, sunny morning in Petite Savanne.
Nearly a year has passed since TS Erika, but Parliamentary Representative for Salisbury, Hector John, is dissatisfied with recovery efforts in his constituency.
The most important lesson Tropical Storm Erika taught Dominica and the rest of the region is that science and the management of natural and weather-related events must be totally synchronized.
Dominica Essential Oils and Spices Cooperative (DEOSC) has pinpointed a two-acre site where a new distillery can be built to replace the Petite Savanne plant destroyed by TS Erika.
It seemed like just a rainy morning when Angela Laurent got out of bed on August 27, 2015.
Almost one year has passed since Tropical Storm Erika on August 27, 2015, yet its devastating effects still linger and Dominica's recovery efforts appear to be an uphill struggle.
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