• Commonwealth of Dominica national flag

    The Dominica Flag: is it a symbol of identity and ...

    "The green field represents the lush vegetation of the island. The cross represents the Trinity and Christianity, with its three colours symbolizing the native Indians, the fertile soil, and the ...

  • Alkaline shows his tattoos

    Copycats

    From time immemorial humans have been copycats! By copy cats I mean one that closely imitates or mimics another, or put another way, someone who copies the words or behaviour ...

  • A preview of a carnival Monday or Tuesday costume band parade

    Double Standards Again

    2016 was a year of real controversy. No need to mention them except for the topic of the new laws protecting children and even adults from sexual harassment and violence.

  • A man stands in the crowd at the protest meeting with a sign in Roseau this morning

    Come ye forward –everyone-Do the right, Be Firm, Be Fair

    It sometimes happens that in the life of a nation, its people experience a few events for which they are totally unprepared, due in large measure to the novelty of ...

  • Two tourists look at one of the two Trafalgar waterfalls

    Frequent Traveller to Dominica: My Impressions

    Three and a half weeks ago I returned from my journey to Dominica and since then I am thinking about writing a letter to a newspaper in Dominica.

  • Parry Bellot

    The Unholy Crusade of Parry Bellot

    Every culture in the world has its own set of norms and values which they hold sacrosanct for the smooth operation and continuity of the society. In a world too ...

  • Prime Minister Skerrit, 2nd from left gets an honorary degree

    What's in a name, in Dr. Skerrit?

    I note that Mr. Skerrit uses the title Dr. on his invitation. He is ill advised doing so less he wants to be seen as a parvenu, be accused of ...

  • Senator Francine Baron

    The Nonsensical Response of the Minister of Foreign Affairs

    It is with disbelief that I listened to the response by the Foreign Minister to the question asked by the Leader of the Opposition on the diplomatic appointments made by ...

  • Nuts bolts and screws

    I may have alienated one or two of the three people who read my letters with my dry nuts and bolts analogy to homosexuality in my last letter " A ...

  • Mr. Nassief, I'm a Dominican too

    Mr. Nassief...you wrote: "I hope that progressive people, especially in Dominica will realize that we live in a world full of variety and that people should learn to be a ...

  • An Open Letter to Rev. Dr. Watty

    I respond to your article "I Blame Lennox Linton" appearing in The Sun Newspaper of 15-8-16.

  • Appalled at treatment of Dominican Muslims

    It is with great sadness that I write this letter in order to express my utter dissatisfaction at the treatment meted out to law-abiding citizens of the Commonwealth of Dominica ...