• WHO director general Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
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    Oh, Not Again

    Since coming out to his family and friends as a homosexual almost four years ago, Fred* (pseudonym) says that he developed a thick skin, and not once has he felt ...

  • From the Bath Estate Bridge, a  full Roseau River a few years ago
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    See how we come

    A river that looks like a growing, vibrant forest; another river that became the dumping ground for discarded steel and concrete; yet another waterway that was once as crystal clear ...

  • The late Louis Gabriel
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    "Charitable to a fault"

    Today, we give all praise and honor to God for a life well-lived.

  • Year of hell ends for Mehul Choksi
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    Hell Ends

    A "year of hell" has ended for Mehul Choksi, the Antiguan diamond merchant who had been facing illegal entry charges here, after prosecutors abruptly ended the case against him that ...

  • Martin assisted on a Wednesday Walk
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    Blind

    From childhood, Dominican agronomist, environmentalist and social activist Atherton "Athie" Martin has boasted of having an excellent lateral vision.

  • Exodos- people leave island after Maria in September 2017
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    Count Down

    Nicole Carbon, a 27-year-old university student in her final year says plans for child/children are not in her foreseeable future.

  • Grenada's PM Keith Mitchell and Dominica PM Roosevelt Skerrit
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    When there's no opposition

    Roosevelt Skerrit, the Dominica Labour Party (DLP) leader and prime minister, has made no secret of his utter contempt for opposition forces.

  • CEO of the CBI, Ambassador Nanthan
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    Warning to Agents

    Kenny Green has been selling Dominican citizenship through his two companies for five to six years, and never has he, or any of the agents involved in the citizenship by ...

  • Left to right: Singoala Blonquist Williams  and Dr. Shillingford Ricketts
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    APP wants Singoalla, Dr. Shillingford-Ricketts

    In a frantic bid to present itself as a legitimate pretender to the seat of government, the fledgling Alternative Peoples' Party (APP) has been reaching out to a number of ...

  • Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit on the campaign platform in Pointe Michel
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    Most opaque government ever

    Tell Severin McKenzie of prime minister, Roosevelt Skerrit's claims of running a transparent government, and he laughs. A mischievously sarcastic, dismissive sort of laugh.

  • Tour vehicles on the Dame Eugenia Boulevard in 2016
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    "It hard, oui,"

    Three months before the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, Andy Hogan built a brand new safari vehicle – his second – for his Lion Tours Safari. The cost: $160,000. At ...

  • Proposing a Marshal Plan for COVID-hit economies of the region, Atherton Martin
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    A Marshall Plan needed to revive Dominica's dead economy

    Through the eyes of Athie Martin, Dominica's coronavirus-battered economy is like a ghost: it doesn't really exist. The government might speak of it as though it were alive, and might ...