• Sharon Philogene

    "You Never Miss the Water…"

    'You never know what you have until you lose it". These were the words which rang out in my head as I listened to Danelson Mahautiere and Mitchel Davis lament ...

  • Fans at the 2019 World Creole Music Festival

    On or Off

    COVID-19, the on-going pandemic, has killed many people and events; it may have killed the 22nd World Creole Music Festival (WCMF) carded for the end of October.

  • Dominica Freedom Party Political Leader Kent Vital

    From talk to action – Part V

    Over the last two articles we have been discussing the first foundation principle that will guide some of the actions that the Dominica Freedom Party will take to help guide ...

  • City of Roseau from Morne Bruce

    Transforming Dominica's Front Porch to a Liveable City

    Urban liveability takes into consideration the city in the mind versus the city on ground. It is the relationship between city users and their urban surroundings. A city should satisfy ...

  • Twins at the centre of Britain's deportation conntroversy

    Twin Trouble

    The authorities here could be placed in the uncomfortable position of either having to accept a deportee from the United Kingdom or face the wrath of the British government.

  • Dr. Violet Cuffy from "Making Connection Show"

    Dr. Violet Cuffy leads Making Connection Round Table Show

    Dominican Rotarians and Toastmasters Team Up to establish "International Orators" (Professional Leaders) Toastmaster organisation (with online attendance) and The Making Connections Round Table Show.

  • Dr Darius Lecointe

    A Legal Quagmire in Dominica

    The term election petition comes to us from Section 65 of the House of Assembly (Elections) Act which says that "a petition complaining of an undue return or election of ...

  • Past and current prime minister: left to right: Patrick John; Edison James; Roosevelt Skerrit(current) and O.J Seraphine

    No vehicles yet to former Prime Ministers PJ, OJ and ...

    Almost two years after announcing that his government would be providing vehicles to all former Prime Ministers, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit is yet to honour that promise, the Sun has ...

  • Left to right: LIAT aircraft, Gonsalves, Browne , Mottley and Nassief

    LIAT leaves a big hole to fill

    Hotelier Gregor Nassief believes the collapse of regional carrier, LIAT, may turn out to be a blessing in disguise.

  • Vaugh "King Shakey" James, left, and his Dad, Leo

    In the Days When Teachers Were Royalty, There Came a ...

    Fifty, maybe even forty years ago, throughout Dominica, few professionals were treated with as much respect and awe as the local school teachers. Whether they were mere pupil teachers (i.e., ...

  • Hurricane Maria shaves off roofs at Bath Estate

    Home insurance premiums increase after Hurricane Maria's destruction

    Insurance agents here say the cost of insurance has increased drastically after hurricane Maria and during the 2020 hurricane period home owners must ensure that their houses are fully insured.

  • DFP political leader Kent Vital

    From talk to action – Part IV

    Last week we started discussing the first foundation principle that will guide some of the actions that the Dominica Freedom Party will take to help guide our people towards prosperity ...