The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat will officially launch four online platforms on Monday, 25 September 2017 in Barbados. These online platforms have been developed to help make the benefits of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) more accessible to CARICOM Nationals. They were created with the assistance of the Tenth European Development Fund (10th […]

HON. ROOSEVELT SKERRIT PRIME MINISTER OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF DOMINICA ADDRESSES THE GENERAL DEBATE OF THE 72ND SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE U.N Saturday, September 23, 2017 — Highlights [] Dominica holds dear the ideals of the United Nations; [] Dominica stands in solidarity with all nations affected by recent Hurricanes and the earthquake […]

REDUCE OR MULTIPLY: YOU DECIDE The process from nothing to something is one that is Creator- made for human existence. Whether one takes pleasure in doing or having nothing or is indifferent; or drives oneself for more, depends on one’s beliefs and decisions. In all aspects of life whether personal, social, spiritual or political, people […]

CLICK ON IMAGES BELOW TO ENLARGE All winners from Round 1 will advance along with the six remaining schools with the highest scores  

On Wednesday, September 20th, Prime Minister Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell met with the Secretary General of the Organisation of American States, Mr. Luis Almagro, who was accompanied by Political Advisor, Mr. Paul Spencer. Among the issues discussed was the ongoing devastation wreaked by recent hurricanes on a number of Islands in the Caribbean […]

WHERE WILL CARIBBEAN CRUISE SHIPS GO? The Eastern Caribbean took a beating in September 2017 from a pair of powerful hurricanes, forcing cruise lines to make long-term changes to their Caribbean cruise itineraries. Hurricane Irma inflicted serious damage on islands with significant cruise line business, including St. Maarten/St. Martin, Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, […]

I lived in an eighteen by twenty foot (wooden) house, with my three piece furniture set – two single and one three seater – space saver, cooking stove, two beds, one three by six, the other four by six; before the road works started in Stony Gut, Gouyave Estate, St. John, on September 29, 2013. […]

“It is clear that we have a tremendous challenge on our hands, in the Caribbean region as a whole.” Those were the words of Grenada’s Prime Minister and Chairman of CARICOM Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell, in response to the effects of Hurricane Maria in Dominica, on Monday night. The Prime Minister, who appeared visibly shaken […]

The National Democratic Congress, (NDC) at this time expresses our deepest sympathies to the Government and People of the Commonwealth of Dominica in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. We simultaneously offer prayers of gratitude for those lives spared, in the face of this devastating tragedy. Our Party Leader, Sen. Hon. V Nazim Burke, reached out […]

Twenty secondary school teams throughout Grenada are continuing their preparation for the start of the 10th season of the Grenlec Debates. 2014 champion, Bishop’s College will host Westerhall Secondary School on the first day of competition in Carriacou on Wednesday, 20 September. Addressing coaches and students at the start of competition, Prudence Greenidge – Corporate […]

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