Leader of the Dominica Freedom Party (DFP), Kent Vital Is urging DLP supporters to join the call for voter ID cards, if they are confident about a sure victory for their party
Speaking to the issuing of voter ID cards, Leader of the Dominica Freedom Party (DFP), Kent Vital urged DLP supporters to join the call for voter ID cards if they are confident about a sure victory for their party.
Vital challenged the current regime to do the right thing claiming the DLP government has been winning based on cheating, bribery, and treating.
Leader of the Dominica Freedom Party (DFP), Kent Vital.
Senator Ronald Charles, President of the Ronald Charles T-20 cricket tournament declares to fans and patrons that the T-20 kick-off this weekend will be action packed
The Senator Ronald T-20 Cricket Tournament is kicks off once again this weekend, and it’s expected to be action packed.
This is according Senator Ronald Charles, president of the Ronald Charles T-20 cricket tournament.
The leading Team Morne Prosper is looking to receive some serious completion says Charles, as they look to complete the first round of the competition.
Due to unfavorable weather conditions, last weekend’s events were postponed, which leads to an even more anticipated event this weekend.
Sen. Charles reminds the players to be up to date with the released fixtures, and to be on time for their games.
Senator Ronald Charles
National Cooperative Credit Union (NCCU) Ltd President Josephine Dublin says the institution has been investigating a series of matters, which include the governance of the NCCU Cadence Lypso & CORP-EFF
President of the National Cooperative Credit Union (NCCU) Ltd Josephine Dublin says the institution has been investigating a series of matters, which include the governance of the NCCU Cadence Lypso & CORP-EFF.
She says the findings were only received a few days ago, and as such the credit union was not able to have the report in a form to present to the membership at its AGM this week.
The bank held its Annual General Meeting on Thursday.
Meantime, Dublin says the bank's overview indicates that remarkable progress was made in 2018, particularly when they consider this was following Hurricane Maria the year before.
President of the National Cooperative Credit Union (NCCU Ltd), Josephine Dublin.
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says he has had very constructive and encouraging meetings in Miami with senior executives of various cruise lines on the construction of a new cruise and cargo port in Dominica
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says he has had very constructive and encouraging meetings in Miami with senior executives of various cruise lines on the construction of a new cruise and cargo port in Dominica.
The purpose was to share with them the intentions of the Government of Dominica, and to solicit the advice and guidance for the cruise and cargo port for which ground-breaking is expected to take place this year.
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.
Dominica Freedom Party Chairman Johnson Boston tells Prime Minister Skerrit stop treating General Elections like a joke, and develop the proper decorum befitting the Office for the remainder of his term
Dominica Freedom Party Chairman Johnson Boston rebukes Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit for treating General Elections like a joke, and admonishes hi m to develop the proper decorum befitting the Office for the remainder of his term as Prime Minister.
Speaking to Q95 news on Friday Boston said, he believes the next General Election in Dominica will be an awakening for the Dominica Labour Party.
Chairman of the Dominica Freedom Party, Johnson Boston.
Agriculture Minister Reginald Austrie is now making a plea for Dominicans to keep the DLP government in office for another five years
Agriculture Minister Reginald Austrie is now telling citizens of Dominica to determine whether they want to throw away what they have, for something that they don't know about.
Clearly speaking about keeping the Dominica Labour Party in office, Austrie says it is solely in the hands of Dominicans to steer the country in the direction in which they wish it to go.
He was speaking at a meeting held at Bellevue Chopin recently, to hand over some new house keys to former residents Petite Savanne who had been displaced 4 years ago following the passage of Tropical Storm Erika.
Agriculture Minister, Reginald Austrie.
Petite Savanne Parliamentary Representative Dr Kenneth Darroux says at this time, building homes for misplaced residents takes priority over rehabilitating roads in the area
Parliamentary Representative for the Petite Savanne Constituency Dr Kenneth Darroux says though the Petite Savanne/Delices Roads are in need of rehabilitation, the construction of homes for persons misplaced is the priority at this time.
Dr Darroux says he makes no apology for this statement recently made in parliament.
Parliamentary Representative for the Petite Savanne Constituency Dr Kenneth Darroux
Tourism & Culture Minister Robert Tonge says a firm was contracted to conduct a mystery shopping project to evaluate the performance of the tourism industry, and the roles being played by key stakeholders
Minister for Tourism & Culture Robert Tonge says as his ministry continues to evaluate the performance of the tourism industry, and the roles being played by key players, a firm was contracted to conduct a mystery shopping project.
The objective of conducting this project he says was to improve the level of service rendered by taxi drivers, tour operators and hoteliers.
Tonge says following the analysis by the ratings, the Discover Dominica Authority has developed an action plan to address the deficiencies identified.
Minister for Tourism & Culture Robert Tonge.
Former Dominican Sports Journalist, Sharome Burton finishes 10th in the Men’s category of the ‘Hotter N’ Hell 100’ cycling event in the United States
Former Dominican Sports Journalist, Sharome Burton is hoping to represent Dominica in both regional and international Cycling races. Burton recently placed 10thoverall in the Men’s category of the ‘Hotter N’ Hell 100’ cycling event in the United States. The event took place last weekend in Wichita Falls, Texas, where he is a student at Midwestern State University (MSU). He competed along with 60 licensed racers and performed before more than ten thousand spectators.
“In the future…I look to compete in some more and gain some ranking points to upgrade my categories and hopefully, by the end of it all, I would be strong enough, in my opinion, to compete regionally when time allows, and even internationally when Dominica is able to get some representation at regional and international events.”
DPSU President Steve Joseph stated though the country purportedly has political independence, it falls far short of economic independence
DPSU President Steve Joseph contends that although Dominica purportedly has political independence, it falls short of having economic independence. Speaking on the DPSU program on Q95 on Wednesday night, Joseph voiced his opinion that despite having sovereignty, a mindset of colonialism persists.
Joseph believes these are some effects of a colonialism mindset that still linger.
Meantime, Joseph contends that the values which should be promoted in the country are not being discussed sufficiently.
Joseph is adamant that the church can play a role in avoiding deviation from these values.
President of the DPSU, Steve Joseph
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