Dominica News

Letter: Roosevelt Skerrit

Dear Sir: At his lecture at SGU on March 13, speaking on the topic: "The Grenada Revolution, Foreign Policy and Development of Small Island States in the Present International Environment", prime minister of Dominica Roosevelt Skerritt said that the most important lesson for the contemporary leaders of the region "is the imperative and the special responsibility to speak out clearly and loudly against any infringement of the fundamental freedoms that our fore-parents so desperately fought for". Here I am left wondering what are the "freedoms" he refers to.

www.topix.net | 3/21/15 6:15 AM
Dominica PM should stay out of US-Venezuela dispute, says opposition

Also, for the convenience of our readers and the online community generally, we have reproduced the complete Caribbean Net News archives from 2004 to 2010 here . The Caribbean is especially vulnerable to rising sea levels brought about by global warming.

www.topix.net | 3/20/15 1:38 AM
Promoting healthy weight in the Caribbean: Safeguarding future development

ROSEAU, Dominica -- The Caribbean is in the midst of a childhood obesity epidemic, despite the fact that the health status of the region's children and young people has dramatically improved over the past decades. Statistics show that at least one in every five children carry unhealthy weight and risk developing non-communicable diseases , like diabetes and cardiovascular diseases, later in life.

www.topix.net | 3/15/15 11:16 PM
New information channel promises timely updates to Dominicans on CSME developments

ROSEAU, Dominica -- The ministry of trade, energy and employment in Dominica has launched the CSME Report Card, a bi-annually hosted press conference that will serve as a direct reporting mechanism from CARICOM Single Market and Economy touch-point agencies to Dominicans, in partnership with local media. Coordinated by the CARICOM/CSME desk within the ministry of trade, the CSME Report Card launch was an opening highlight of the media CSME training workshop, hosted on February 25. Approximately 13 journalists and media managers were on hand to receive the first CSME implementation report for 2015 by Felix Gregoire, ambassador to the Caribbean Community .

www.topix.net | 3/11/15 2:33 AM
COLUMN – Woman missing a teachable moment
Dominica – Dominica finally joins CCJ Dominica – Dominica finally joins CCJ ROSEAU -- Dominica has officially said goodbye ... www.barbadosnews.net | 3/10/15 3:32 PM
COLUMN – Legislation regulation morality
Dominica – Dominica finally joins CCJ Dominica – Dominica finally joins CCJ ROSEAU -- Dominica has officially said goodbye ... www.barbadosnews.net | 3/10/15 3:32 PM
High winds affecting some LIAT flights


ST JOHN’S, Antigua – LIAT wishes to advise customers travelling to/from Dominica and/or St Vincent of the possibility of cancelled flights and delayed baggage due to ... www.barbadosnews.net | 3/10/15 6:31 AM
Other OECS states urged to follow Dominica's CCJ example

Also, for the convenience of our readers and the online community generally, we have reproduced the complete Caribbean Net News archives from 2004 to 2010 here . The Caribbean is especially vulnerable to rising sea levels brought about by global warming.

www.topix.net | 3/10/15 2:35 AM

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