Dominica News

OECS heads 'extremely disappointed' in Dominica PM

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. | 11/25/15 12:21 AM
Red Cross raises $129 000 for Dominica

THE BARBADOS RED CROSS says its Dominica storm relief appeal has raised nearly $130 000. In a release over the weekend, director general Edmond Bradshaw said the money – $129 500 – would be combined... | 11/10/15 3:00 PM
Say yes to a Commonwealth

The people of The Commonwealth of Dominica celebrated their national independence this past week. It may be interesting for us to note that Dominica has broken out of the shell of colonialism and has been... | 11/8/15 4:00 AM
Quake recorded on Dominica’s Independence Day

AN EARTH TREMOR was recorded in Dominica this afternoon as the country was in the midst of Independence Day celebrations. Around 1:32 p.m., the Seismic Research Centre of the University of the West... | 11/3/15 6:16 PM
LIAT congratulates Dominica on Independence Day

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The Board of Directors, management and staff of LIAT, The Caribbean Airline, extend warm congratulations to the Government and people of Dominica on the attainment of 37 years of nationhood.... | 11/3/15 3:00 PM
Michael Mann’s Ferrari Biopic Picks Up Paramount Pictures and Noomi Rapace

Michael Mann‘s long-gestating Enzo Ferrari biopic is finally approaching the starting line. Christian Bale signed on to play the Italian racer/entrepreneur a couple months back, and now Noomi Rapace has been set in the female lead role of Ferrari’s wife Laura Dominica. Additionally, Paramount Pictures is climbing on board to distribute. Get the latest on the Michael […]

The post Michael Mann’s Ferrari Biopic Picks Up Paramount Pictures and Noomi Rapace appeared first on /Film. | 10/27/15 8:30 PM
Britain doubles Chevening Scholarships for the Commonwealth Caribbean

LONDON, England -- British prime minister, David Cameron, in a recent visit to the Caribbean islands of Jamaica and Grenada, announced an immediate doubling of Chevening Scholarships available to Commonwealth Caribbean countries. The increase comes off the back of a tripling of the number of Chevening Scholarships in 2014, and will apply to the following countries: Antigua and Barbuda; The Bahamas; Barbados; Belize; Dominica; Grenada; Guyana; Jamaica; St Kitts and Nevis; Saint Lucia; St Vincent and the Grenadines; and Trinidad and Tobago. | 10/23/15 9:35 AM
Dominica to boost production of root crops, vegetables

ROSEAU – The Ministry of Agriculture says root crops and vegetables are sleeping commercial giants. In a presentation to agriculture stakeholders recently, agriculture official, Felix Leslie advised... | 10/19/15 12:00 PM

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