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    George Santayana said "Those who forget the past are bound to repeat it" I am saddened that today in an independent Dominica, the vendors are being forced out of Roseau ...

  • Road March Kings- left to right- Comforter, Lugars and Young Bull

    Observer: "We had a couple of songs that played a ...

    Young Bull (Pastor Bull), Logars (Logars doing his own ting) and Comforter (Dat Speaker not Changing) will be sharing the prize for the 2015 Road March because none of the ...

  • Judge Errol Thomas, left, and law officials at the opening of the New Law Year

    Jury finds Layou businessman not guilty of grievous bodily harm

    A jury panel of eight women and one man found a businessman of Layou not guilty of grievous bodily harm at the end of a three-day trial at the Roseau ...

  • Geothermal plant at Laudat

    Geothermal goes cold

    Harvesting hot air and water from deep beneath the rocks to generate electricity was supposed to be the answer to Dominica's economic woes. But if Athie Martin, environmentalist and spokesperson ...

  • Cabrits in the background, seen from the villas at Cottage

    A hotel in the Cabrits National Park

    Government wants to build a luxury hotel in the beautiful Cabrits national park on the north western tip of Dominica but an environmentalist and the opposition United Workers Party (UWP) ...

  • Sign at the enterance of the Kalinago Territory

    From Carib to Kalinago: What's in a name change

    "My mother is Kalinago," said Joshua Francis, the new Parliamentary Representative for Roseau South. "I have a huge family that is indigenous."

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    Games and Toys Festival on

    The Division of Culture in collaboration with several partners including the Ministries of Education and Kalinago Affairs, Alliance Francaise and the Discover Dominica Authority is to host a Festival Jwé ...

  • DADP and Bank of Nova Scotia officials pose at presentation ceremony

    Scotiabank Continues Partnership with DAPD

    Dominica, February 26, 2015– The continuing push to integrate and empower Dominica's disabled community got a helping hand recently when Scotiabank contributed USD$4000 to the Dominica Association of Persons with ...

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