Month: September 2016

PM SET TO ADDRESS DOMINICANS IN CANADA

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit is set to meet Dominicans living in Canada on Saturday. He says the country’s recovery efforts following the passage of Tropical Storm Erika last year; initiatives by Government to grow the local economy and how the Dominicans in Canada can assist the country, are among matters which will be discussed. PM […]Read More

SCHOOL REOPENS ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 2016

Schools in Dominica will remained closed for the third day today, following the passage of Tropical Storm Mathew. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said on thursday, a decision was taken by Cabinet to have the children remain at home to give the schools time to clean up. Schools are due to reopen on Monday. We expect […]Read More

DBS LUNCHTIME NEWS AND SPORTS FOR SEPTEMEBR 30, 2016

This is a recording of the Dominica Broadcasting Station Lunchtime News Update for September 30, 2016. In the headlines: Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit set to address Dominicans in Canada; the Caribbean public health agency is seeking to allay fears that countries are covering up statistics on infectious diseases and Chinese man killed 17 neighbours to […]Read More

DBS MORNING NEWS AND SPORTS FOR SEPTEMBER 30, 2016

This is a recording of the Dominica Broadcasting Station Morning News for September 30, 2016. In the headlines: 10 Manufacturers and players in the service sector are recognized; Dominica prepeares for the start of the 2016 cruise ship season with stakeholders meeting next week; Jamaica readying for the passage of Hurricane Matthew and worls leaders […]Read More

DBS EVENING NEWS AND SPORTS FOR SEPTEMBER 29, 2016

This is a recording of the Dominica Broadcasting Station Evening News for September 29, 2016. In the headlines: Close to 250 young people meet at Goodwill Parish Hall next week to discuss the review of the National Youth Policy for Dominica; the Southern Caribbean braces for brush with Hurricane Matthew and Russia vows to continue […]Read More

DOWASCO Update on Water Supply Post TS Erika

Water supply has been restored to many areas while some parts are still without the commodity and others are experiencing low water pressure. DOWASCO says some of its systems were impacted in various ways as a result of the passage of Tropical Storm Matthew. Public Relations Officer at DOWASCO, Edward Registe provided details. He says […]Read More

Storm Warning for Dominica Discontinued

Dominica begins the clean up process following the passage of Tropical Storm Matthew. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit is urging citizens to exercise caution and a decision has been taken to close all schools until Monday. Dominica experienced a significant amount of rainfall and strong winds on Wednesday as a result of the passage of the […]Read More

DBS LUNCHTIME NEWS AND SPORTS FOR SEPTEMBER 29, 2016

This is a recording of the Dominica Broadcasting Station Lunchtime News Update for September 29, 2016. In the headlines: : Dominica begins the cleaning up process following the passage of tropical storm Erika; prime minister Ralph Gonsalves says Government will ensure storm relief goes well in St. Vincent and at least one person killed and […]Read More

DBS MORNING NEWS AND SPORTS FOR SEPTEMBER 29, 2016

This is a recording of the Dominica Broadcasting Station Morning News for September 29, 2016. In the headlines: Tropical storm warning discontinued for Dominica; PM Roosevelt Skerrit joins DBS Morning News and schools closed till Monday. News and sports presented by Curtis Matthew.Read More