Month: February 2018

Eight farmer groups benefiting from a donation of equipment and

Eight farmer groups are benefiting from a donation of equipment and other items from the Caribbean Agriculture Research and Development Institute CARDI and the Inter American Institute for cooperation on Agriculture IICA. Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture Dr Reginald Thomas says the compliment Dominica’s efforts to revive the Agricultural Sector after the ravages […]Read More

One of the largest producers of steel products in the

Owner of Varma Steel Industries Dr Kampta Persaud is hoping that their presence in Dominica will address the issue of the quality of galvanize on the market. Varma Steel Industries, a Trinidad based company, are the largest producers of steel products in the Caribbean, and they are seeking to  establish a plant in Dominica in […]Read More

DBS LUNCHTIME NEWS AND SPORTS FOR WEDNESDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2018

This is a recording of the Dominica Broadcasting Station Lunchtime News and Sports for Wednesday 28 February, 2018 In the headlines: One of the largest producers of steel products in the Caribbean to establish a plant in Dominica with the aim of addressing the quality of galvanize on the market; From the region CARICOM leaders […]Read More

Work expected to commence on the $2.5 million dollar Community

Work is expected to commence on a $2.5 million dollar Community Disaster Shelter for Layou in March. That’s according to the Member of Parliament for the St Joseph Constituency Kelver Darroux. Darroux says the shelter upon completion will accommodate about 150 residents.      Read More

DBS MORNING NEWS AND SPORTS FOR WEDNESDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2018

This is a recording of the Dominica Broadcasting Station Morning News and Sports for Wednesday 28 February, 2018 In the headlines: A call to supervisors within the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force to step up their game; From the region Guyana makes another oil discovery; and a new UK report says North Korea has been […]Read More

Government approves additional $1.5 million dollars for housing in the

Government has approved an additional $1.5 million dollars for housing renovation in the St Joseph Constituency. Member of Parliament for the St Joseph Constituency Kelver Darroux says the re roofing of homes and housing repairs has been of great priority following Hurricane Maria.   Meantime Darroux says the Government is looking at constructing apartment buildings […]Read More

DBS LUNCHTIME NEWS AND SPORTS FOR TUESDAY 27 FEBRUARY 2018

This is a recording of the Dominica Broadcasting Station Lunchtime News and Sports for Tuesday 27 February, 2018 In the headlines: A survey conducted on the Soufriere Marine Reserve given the all clear to resume marine and diving activities; From the region Barbados Prime Minister urged to follow suit as Grenada and Antigua; And fighting […]Read More

DBS EVENING NEWS AND SPORTS FOR MONDAY 26 FEBRUARY 2018

This is a recording of the Dominica Broadcasting Station Evening News and Sports for Monday 26 February, 2018 In the headlines: Head of the Department for International Development for the Caribbean reporting a successful meeting with government as it continues to assist rehabilitation process post Hurricane Maria; from the region Antigua’s main opposition says the […]Read More

DBS MORNING NEWS AND SPORTS FOR TUESDAY 27 FEBRUARY 2018

This is a recording of the Dominica Broadcasting Station Morning News and Sports for Tuesday 27 February, 2018 In the headlines: Government has approved an additional $1.5 million dollars for housing renovation in the St Joseph Constituency; From the region 86 million allocated for climate change project in Jamaica; and Florida school shooting officer Scot […]Read More

ELIZABETH ALEXANDER

WE ANNOUNCE THE DEATH OF ELIZABETH ALEXANDER BETTER KNOWN AS LIZ OR AUNTY LIZ AGE: 51 OF: DELICES WHO RESIDED AT 9 PRINCESS LANE. SHE DIED ON MONDAY 12TH FEBRUARY AT THE PRINCESS MARGARET HOSPITAL SHE WAS THE MOTHER OF ONE SON: REGINALD SEAMAN SHE WILL BE REMEMBERED BY: ADOPTED MOTHER: CATHERINE BEAUTREAU; 5 BROTHERS: […]Read More