Month: April 2017

U. S Firm Identifies Site for Construction of an International

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has revealed that a United States firm has selected a site for a possible international airport project for Dominica. Minister Skerrit told a national consultation organised by Government this morning that the U. S firm made a presentation to Cabinet last week. He says the U. S firm has been advised […]Read More

Dominica’s Citizenship By Investment Program Growing in Popularity

Financial Secretary Rosemund Edwards says Dominica’s Citizenship By Investment Program is receiving positive attention abroad. She told a Government organised national consultation on Monday, that popularity of the program is based on its due diligence process. She says the number of people showing interest in the program have increased over the years. Meantime Prime Minister […]Read More

Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court Calls For Regional Support in Establishing

Chief Justice at the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, Her Ladyship Dame Janice Pereira has called on regional governments to support the efforts of the court in the implementation of an E-judiciary. The Chief Justice remarks came during a special sitting of the High Court on Monday, on the observance of the 50th Anniversary of the […]Read More


This is a recording of the Dominica Broadcasting Station Morning News for April 25, 2017. In the headlines: Director of Public prosecutions highlights criminal reform as one of the biggest challenges facing the judicial system; Venezuela protest death toll rises in renewed violence and US Submarine arrives in south Korea amid tensions with the north. […]Read More

Over $700,000 for road Works in Canefield

Parliamentary Representative for Mahaut Constituency, Rayburn Blackmoore says over $750,000 has been approved for road development in Canefield East and RBC Housing Scheme. Blackmoore told a town hall meeting of Cabinet in Canefield last night, that the Canefield area has been touched by the generosity of Government. Blackmoore said free transportation for secondary school students […]Read More

No March for United Workers Party

The police have turned down a request by the Opposition United Workers Party (UWP) for a march in Roseau today, Tuesday 25. Superintendent of Police, Richmond Valentine made the announcement last night. This follows recent calls by the Opposition for Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit to vacate office. On Tuesday 11, April, 2017, Opposition Leader Lennox […]Read More


This is a recording of the Dominica Broadcasting Station Morning News for April 24, 2017. In the headlines: The Government of Dominica Stages National Consultation this morning on Development prospects for the country; a U.S firm makes presentation to Cabinet on the possibility of international airport for Dominica; CLICO policy holders in the Bahamas to […]Read More

Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court Celebrates 50 Years

A special sitting of the High Court this morning is among activities to mark the 50th anniversary of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court. Registra of the High Court, Ossie Walsh says the day’s activities will begin with a church service at the Seventh Day Adventist next to the E. C Loblack Bridge.Read More

Dominica Holds National Consultation Today

A National Consultation planned by Government under the theme, ” Development prospects for Dominica is set for State House this morning at 9 O’Clock. The consultation will focus on the Citizenship By Investment Program as a platform for raising the funds necessary to finance development activities. A wide cross section of the population has been […]Read More