Dominica brought to its knees
Posted: Sunday, September 24, 2017
Dominica brought to its knees
PM Skerrit makes appeal to UNGA
Dominican Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit addressing the United Nations General Assembly in New York yesterday.
Three ORTT winners this year
A former acting prime minister, a Calypso queen and the doctor who diagnosed the first case of AIDS in the English-speaking Caribbean have this year been awarded the country's highest award.
Teen to be honoured for gallantry
Rose, Saith, Bartholomew & more get National Medals
Open doors for Dominicans… but not for all
"We cannot empty Dominica from all those who can help in the restoration process because Dominica has a future. We must help them build it," Ramadhar said in a statement.
Volney hits Trinis against refuge for Dominicans
Retired High Court judge Herbert Volney has hit out as "idiots" detractors who see a political agenda in Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley's offer of refuge for Dominican hurricane victims.
Volney returning to politics
...political movement called We The People (WTP) whose symbol, featuring an X and a flame, was registered with the Elections and Boundaries Commission a few months ago
Imam: Don't play politics in helping Dominica
People are duty-bound to support Prime Minister Keith Rowley's call to open the doors of their homes to neighbouring Dominicans who are in need of help, Imam Mashtaq Sulaimani said yesteday.
Kamla: Secret deal in ferry scandal
"Letters of credit (LOC) are not revocable," she said, citing Lord Diplock in a 1958 case. "The bank cannot withdraw from its liability to pay, even if instructed by the buyer to cancel the credit."
Forensic probe at port
Minister in the Ministry of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs Stuart Young yesterday said the ministry has," already begun to conduct a forensic audit, forensic investigation and examination" at the Port Authority.
Rowley asks for trust from citizens
Devant hits Budget ‘mamaguy'
Government's planned televised pre-budget discussion next Wednesday is a farce designed to distract attention from ongoing national scandals including the Tobago sea bridge and ‘fake oil' at Petrotrin...
Govt, Opposition slip in NACTA poll
Rowley dismisses Kamla's misconduct claims
He reminded reporters he was in California for a medical check-up when he learnt about this issue. Reiterating that Baksh is his friend, Rowley asked, "Is it abnormal that in a situation like that, that you call and find out what is this about?"
Pastor Dottin: Families are in a Crisis
"Some people may refuse to go to the courts to resolve issues. One of the spouses may not have enough money to pay a lawyer to fast track the matter so there are several issues..."
It wasn't me
Baksh denies involvement in attack on photographer
Ramesh: A&V boss feels let down
Sagewan-Alli says focus on agriculture
...the nation did not have an agricultural policy, some 55 years after celebrating its' Independence from Great Britain.
Garcia: Students doing well
Education Minister Anthony Garcia says the decision last February to remove 24 students from the secondary school system after reports of violence and behavioural issues among the group waa this one
Justice Kokaram knocks ‘outdated' legal system
UWI Pro Chancellor to new students: Build resilient societies
UWI was sending experts ranging from structural engineers to water-resource personnel and even psychologists to counsel the bereaved and traumatised.
Ex Caroni worker gunned down
Surveillance video from nearby cameras showed the killer walking up to Lochan as he emerged from the car to enter the track leading to his home and shooting him at point blank range in the face
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