• For and against electoral reform: Left to right, Felix Gregoire, Anthony Astaphan, Lennox Linton and Thomas Letang
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    Electoral reform talk heats up

    As the date for the next general election draws nearer and nearer and as parties jostle for political advantages, the electoral reform rhetoric took on a new dimension last week. ...

  • Farah Theodore
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    Biodiversity

    Recently the Jazz and Creole event was held at the Cabrits National Park and yes, it was declared a success where people were all dressed up, enjoyed the natural environment ...

  • Image provided by the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti shows impact of Hurricane Matthew, Haiti on Oct. 6, 2016
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    2019 hurricane names

    The 2019 hurricane season begins June 1 and runs through Nov. 30. Here are the storm names for the upcoming season.

  • Attorney at law Noreen John
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    John Jumps in

    Noreen Hilda John, an Attorney at law, has jumped into the current political tidal wave by becoming the opposition United Workers Party (UWP) candidate for the Grand Bay constituency.

  • Farah Theodore
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    Woman!

    Woman!

  • Ear nose and throat specialist Dr Irving Pascal
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    Cannabis Legalization-What a Deafening Silence!

    In November of 2018 after the Leader of the Opposition declared Team Dominica's willingness to consider legalization of Cannabis when elected, there was a flurry of public statements from ruling ...

  • LENNOX JERVIER contributed to development of Dominica's basketball in 1980s and 1990s.
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    Basketball Changed Lennox Jervier

    During the 1980s Lennox Xavier was one of the 'big names' in Dominica's basketball. A 6ft 3in Centre, this high-scorer and big-time rebounder was described in local newspapers as a ...

  • Winston and a sample of the water tank
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    Winston suffers from freak accident

    Reginald Winston, Attorney at Law and former Registrar General has had his life changed most dramatically by a freak accident on Carnival Monday, March 4, 2019.

  • Pebbles Park improvement project May 2019
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    "This is idle talk"

    The rumours were ceaseless: Government had sold the Pebbles Park and the old hurricane- damaged Public Library to the owners of Fort Young Hotel.

  • Jazz & Creole featured pannist Johan Chuckeree of Trinidad and Tobago
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    Jazz and Creole wows!

    A day at Portsmouth's Fort Shirley, a refurbished Eighteen Century English fort overlook the fantastic Prince Rupert Bay, is, by itself, a dream-like experience.

  • Presentation of donation to Morne Riviere Pre-School
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    Gizelle Pierre-Toussaint donates to north east schools

    Gizelle Pierre-Toussaint, through her LIBRA Foundation, has donated books and stationery supplies to schools in the north eastern district.

  • DFP political leader Kent Vital
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    Freedom Speaks

    Beyond good governance including effective strategic planning which was discussed in last week's article, there are some other elements that we would like to lay out in this article related ...