• Performing at the 2021 Independence ceremony is Michele Henderson

    Dominica Last Week: Top Five Stories You May Have Missed

    After gracing the earth for an astonishing 107 years, Mionette Gussi Bannis, fondly known as Ma Lawoss, peacefully departed on March 23, leaving a cherished legacy of wisdom and joy.

  • Precious document: Dominica passports

    PM addresses passport problems

    Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has addressed citizens' concerns regarding the delayed issuance of the e-Passport, citing ongoing renegotiations with the Canadian Bank Note, the company responsible for printing these passports.

  • Javed Laurent

    Javed Laurent: The more effort you put into something, the ...

    Hurricane Maria's devastation wreaked on the island, coupled with pure curiosity and an urge to experiment, led Javed Laurent to discover his hidden talent for designing and creating woodcraft, which ...

  • 1976 national basketball team (See story for detailed photo caption)


    In the 1970s, many sports enthusiasts in the 4-nation Windward Islands sub-regional grouping eagerly looked forward annually to the Windward Islands Cricket Tournament, then to support the Windward Islands, followed ...

  • IMF logo and Dominica map

    IMF Report: Believe it or not

    Sociologist Simeon Joseph has sounded the alarm after analyzing the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) March 16th report on Dominica's economic outlook. Expressing deep-seated concerns, Joseph has called on officials responsible ...

  • A man holds up a sign on the Roseau BayFront during a UWP electoral reform demonstration

    Electoral Reform: Games Politicians Play

    Prime Minister Skerrit says he wants Electoral reform badly, but the opposition is delaying the process

  • DICE celebrates win in 2006

    What should we bring to the King?

    It was one for the over sixty-year-old Calypso history books when Denison 'Dice' Joseph was crowned Calypso Monarch of Dominica for the tenth time in his illustrious career.

  • Dominica's Arawak House of Culture in March 2024

    What's happening with the Arawak House of Culture?

    The Arawak House of Culture, once pulsating with Dominica's artistic spirit, now stands silent and forsaken, awaiting its resurrection from the ruins of Hurricane Maria's wrath.

  • FILE PHOTO: DPSU secretary general Thomas Letang

    Sleeping Giant Wakes

    In the corridors of the offices of public officers, whispers linger, voices echo, and frustrations mount as the anticipation of yet another meeting organized by the Dominica Public Service Union ...

  • Performing at #9 in the 2024 Calypso Finals- King Trilla G


    In the wake of a riveting semi-final spectacle that unfolded at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium on January 27, the calypso atmosphere is charged with anticipation and excitement as the ...

  • As he prepares to face Australia, Alick Athanaze will always remember that he had a great 2023

    Alick Athanaze: The Sun's 2023 TrailBlazer

    In cricket, some start their journey with a ball, others with dreams. Alick Athanaze, however, kicked off his cricketing odyssey with a bat—so unique that the day he received his ...

  • This is a screenshot of the NYT page listing Dominica as one of 52 places in the world to visit in 2024

    The New York Times lists Dominica among the "52 PLACES ...

    One of the top newspapers in the USA, the prestigious The New York Times, has listed Dominica among the 52 places to visit in 2024.