Dominica News

Rare seabird returns to Dominica
Scientists find colony of endangered black-capped petrels on Caribbean island. www.bbc.co.uk | 7/31/15 11:29 AM
Dominica Football Association spared from FIFA suspension

ROSEAU, Dominica -- The Dominica Football Association can consider itself lucky after being spared a suspension by football's world governing body FIFA, because of a lawsuit brought against the Association by former DFA president Dexter Francis. Francis, who alleged that Glen Etienne's presidency is illegal, filed an action against the DFA at the Roseau Magistrate's Court, which forced the postponement of the June 27 DFA annual general meeting and elections.

www.topix.com | 7/16/15 5:38 AM
Dominica Diaspora Patriots stage anti-corruption rally outside the UN Headquarters in Manhattan

Dominican diaspora patriots are out in force this morning outside of the United Nations headquarters in Manhattan, as they protest the corrupt practices of Roosevelt Skerrit led, Dominica Labour Party. Their objective they say is "to show solidarity with the people of Dominica" and to "bring awareness" of what has been taking place in Dominica lately, especially protest action and the response of the police in the community of Salisbury.

www.topix.com | 6/27/15 4:02 PM
Caribbean court rejects appeal by ex-army officer in Grenada

ROSEAU, Dominica (AP) - A Caribbean appeals court on Monday dismissed an attempt to become a lawyer by one of 17 men convicted of murder in a bloody 1983 coup in Grenada that triggered a US invasion. ...

www.nationnews.com | 6/16/15 4:00 PM
Regional court adjourns alleged satanic ritual trial

ROSEAU, Dominica The hearing of a convicted murderer Sherman Webb, a Dominican who was found guilty in 2012 and sentenced to life in prison, has been adjourned until November. He was found guilty of the murder of University of the West Indies student, Corey Poleon of St Lucy, Barbados in 2012 and sentenced to life in prison by Justice Bernie Stephenson.

www.topix.net | 6/16/15 3:44 PM
Caribbean court rejects appeal by ex-army officer in Grenada
ROSEAU, Dominica (AP) — A Caribbean appeals court on Monday dismissed an attempt to become a lawyer by one of 17 men convicted of murder in a bloody 1983 coup in Grenada that triggered a U.S. invasion. news.yahoo.com | 6/15/15 9:57 PM
Will Adam Voges's success at 35 help Ashish Nehra's case in front of selectors?
Adam Voges became Test cricket's oldest debut centurion when he smashed a ton against the West Indies in Dominica recently. At the age of 35, Voges came in with over a decade of experience and 10,000 runs in First-Class cricket. Nishad Pai Vaidya writes that Voges's case bears testimony to the fact that age is just a number and is a cue to selectors to perhaps shift from their conventional youth-favouring policies. www.dnaindia.com | 6/15/15 5:42 PM
Photographer Sarah Lea wins Dominica Film Challenge 2015 with stunning images
Filmmakers chosen to intimately explore the tropical rainforest-covered Caribbean island of Dominica uncover its unspoiled beauty and that its a paradise ripe for action and adventure. www.dailymail.co.uk | 6/12/15 9:31 PM

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