Host of ‘The Global View on Q’ Sheridan G Gregoire widely known as Mr G, highlighted an ongoing complaint from leaders of the opposition
Host of the weekly radio program ‘The Global View on Q’, Sheridan G Gregoire also known as ‘Mr G’ has highlighted an ongoing complaint from the leader of the opposition Lennox Linton, with regards to extracting financial information from public officers, in his capacity as the Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee of the Parliament.
Gregoire referenced the more recent struggles of the current leader of opposition, Lennox Linton.
Host of ‘The Global View on Q’, Sheridan ‘Mr. G’ Gregoire
Justice Dr Irving Andre contends that the police force has traditionally and historically focused mainly on petty crimes, while maintaining a discrete distance from ‘white color’ crimes, and crimes in high places
Revisiting the issue of crime and violence in the country, Justice Dr. Irving Andre is of the view that the police force has traditionally and historically focused mainly on petty crimes, while maintaining a discrete distance from the so called ‘white color’ crimes, and crimes in high places.
Justice Dr Irving Andre
Former DLP Government Attorney General Bernard Wiltshire contends that corruption is one of the most detrimental, subversive, costly and serious crimes, and Dominica is apparently engulfed in it
Former DLP Government Attorney General Bernard Wiltshire contends that corruption is one of the most detrimental, subversive, costly and serious crimes, and Dominica is apparently engulfed in it.
Wiltshire believes, where the bonds holding the people together in a society are falling apart, anti-social behavior will be one of the results.
Former Attorney General, Bernard Wiltshire
Fmr Education Officer Arundel Thomas says Dominica’s Education System should advance native people’s arts & encourage new forms of educational development
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Former Education Officer and Social Activist Arundel Thomas has shared some critical innovations, that could be added to Dominica’s Education System.
Mr Thomas was speaking on the idea of creating a governance system that encourages new forms of educational development, and said, if these ideas were financed by, or invested in, by a Government that was pushing the native people’s arts forward, we would be a lot further.
He pointed to innovative ideas that involved college students and high school students, working in a fun and interactive way, and creating a new style of education system.
Former Education Officer and Social Activist Arundel Thomas
National Cooperative Credit Union Ltd (NCCU) officially reopened the La Plaine Branch, which was extensively damaged during the passage of Hurricane Maria in September 2017
The National Cooperative Credit Union Ltd (NCCU) has officially reopened its La Plaine Branch, which was extensively damaged during the passage of Hurricane Maria in September 2017.
Operations commenced at the newly renovated office on Monday, August 19, 2019, following a well-received reopening ceremony attended by members and NCCU officials.
Short addresses were delivered by NCCU Ltd President-- Mrs. Josephine Dublin, Chief Executive Officer-- Mr. Aylmer Irish, Administrative Officer of the Castle Bruce Branch--Mrs. Jacqueline Roberts and Ms. Joye Augustine, newly appointed Administrative Officer for the La Plaine Branch.
The members expressed joy on the reopening of their Branch and being able to transact business and access all financial services.
The Branch will open Monday to Thursday from 8 am to 3 pm, and from 8 am to 5 pm on Friday.
The LaPlaine Branch is a key location in the NCCU network of 7 Branches and 5 sub-offices and serves members in the South East.
NCCU thanks valued members of the LaPlaine Branch for their patience and understanding, and looks forward to efficiently serving them at the reopened Branch.
Senator Ronald Charles says dependency on Government has been encouraged to an absurd extent, where persons are made to feel that they should call their Parl Rep before calling their doctor, if they fall sick
There are too many psychological manipulations going on within Dominica’s economic and sociological systems, says Senator Ronald Charles, UWP Candidate for the Roseau Valley Constituency.
Charles was describing the current psycho-social disposition of the people of the country, and how it has fallen victim to the Skerrit-led DLP Administration.
Senator Charles says dependency on government has been encouraged to an incredibly absurd extent, where persons are made to feel that they should call their Parl Rep before calling their doctor, if they fall sick.
He says these mental games of power dominance need to end.
UWP candidate for the Roseau Valley Constituency, Senator Ronald Charles
Attorney Bernard Wilshire contends that it is the duty of Opposition Leader Lennox Linton to raise questions in Parliament and elsewhere as regards the use of public funds derived from the sale of passports
Former attorney general Bernard Wilshire says it is the duty of the leader of the Opposition UWP, Lennox Linton, to raise questions, and it is the duty of the prime minister to answer his questions.
Wiltshire claims that individuals in government have been acting immaturely, in their approach to governance.
Bernard is of the opinion the problem stems from a very broad set of problems.
Former Attorney General Bernard Wiltshire.
DFC teaming up with NexConneX Production & its US based production company Radiance Productions, to bring a new VIP Experience to complement the appeal of the 2019 World Creole Music Festival
The Dominica Festivals Committee (DFC) is teaming up with NexConneX Production & its US based production company Radiance Productions, to bring a new VIP Experience to complement the appeal of the 2019 World Creole Music Festival, scheduled for October 25 to 27, 2019, at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium in Roseau, Dominica.
VVIP Village Tickets will be sold as an all-inclusive premium food, drinks and entertainment package for EC$950 Season and EC$350 nightly, while the PVIP Party Vybz Tickets will be sold as a premium all-inclusive drink package for EC$800 season and $280 nightly.
The Dominica Festivals Committee and the Discover Dominica Authority, organizers of the WCMF, are also offering patrons a limited time to purchase their season tickets at the special price of EC$250.00.
The ticket specials go on sale from now until September 13, 2019 and are only available locally at ticket outlets Depex Color Lab in Roseau and at Bull’s Eye Pharmacy in Roseau and Portsmouth.
Regular tickets can be purchased online at the regular price of EC$325 season and EC$120 nightly.
Tickets are available locally through ticket outlets at Depex Colour Lab in Roseau and Bull’s Eye Pharmacy in Roseau and Portsmouth and online at
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says news from the Financial Times Professional Wealth Management Magazine indicates that Dominica holds the Number 1 CBI program in the Caribbean
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says news from the Financial Times Professional Wealth Management Magazine indicates that Dominica holds the Number 1 CBI program in the Caribbean, and this is very good news for the country, despite according to him, attempts to tear it down.
Meanwhile, the Prime Minister says the Citizenship by Investment Program is an evolving one, and Dominica will not start to slack just because of this rating.
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.
Sociology Professor & Criminologist Dr Peter St Jean is of the view that the people of Dominica have the right to full accountability for the CBI money derived from the sales of Dominica’s passports
In reference to the now infamous unaccounted $1 Billion Dollars unaccounted CBI funds, Professor and criminologist Dr Peter St Jean stated that we all need to look at both sides of the story.
St Jean stated however, that the people of Dominica always have the right to full accountability for what belongs to them, and particularly asCBI money that comes into the country belong to the people.
St Jean said he sees no reason for unnecessary difficulties in disclosure of information, and full accountability should be provided.
Professor and Criminologist dr. Peter St. Jean.
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