The question of ownership of Bird Island will never go away and be forgotten. Prime Minister, Rosie Douglas fought to reclaim Bird Island, as belonging to the Commonwealth of Dominica but Rosie died before he could accomplish the fact.
Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco — The Embassies of Eastern Caribbean States to the Kingdom of Morocco wishes to congratulate Ms. Remilia White and Ms. Kamila Bell, Foreign Service Officers from the Commonwealth of Dominica, on the successful completion of their intensive 10-month training programme delivered by the prestigious Académie Marocaine des Études Diplomatiques (AMED).
Allan Chastanet, le Président de la Communauté des Caraïbes (CARICOM) a indiqué que l’équipe technique réunie pour une mission d'enquête en Haïti avait été reportée en raison de la dégradation de la situation.
Senior Lecturer at the University of the Bedfordshire in the United Kingdom (UK), Dr. Violet Cuffy said the upcoming Dominica Country Conference, 2019 will focus on advancing creole heritage, Dominica’s culture and tourism and Kalinago people.
(CNN) - The world’s a spectacular place, full of hidden and overt beauty in every corner. But beauty’s also subjective. It’d be impossible to get a unanimous decision on the most beautiful places around the world — but we think this list is a good start to plan your travels.
Ministry of Education and Human Ressource Development (Dominica)
Mardi, 16 Octobre, 2018 - 14:20
ALWIN BULLY is an artist, playwright, short story writer and Cultural Administrator from the Commonwealth of Dominica where he established and developed the Department of Culture and was its first Director. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill) and an Honorary Doctorate of Letters Degree from his alma mater.
La Dominique a pour ambition de devenir la première nation au monde résistant au changement climatique. Pour parvenir à cet objectif, l'île a décidé d'interdire les objets en plastique à usage unique. Une première étape.
For centuries, historians held that the Caribbean’s earliest inhabitants were peaceful farmers who were wiped out by the ferocious man-eating Carib people. But archaeologists in Antigua say new evidence from one of the most important sites in the region is helping to correct “speculative and erroneous” accounts passed down from early colonists.
Our mother, Eugenia Louison, along with her pet cats and a few friends have recently survived the devastating Category 5 Hurricane that hit the Island of Dominica. In the nineteen days since the passing of Hurricane Maria, we have had only two telephone conversations with our mother and still do not yet know her full experience during the hurricane. Telephone calls had to be kept short and the second call was of terrible quality. Unfortunately, the indigenous territory does not have any telephone communications now and from the outlook, it can take many weeks until communications are restored to an acceptable degree. Initial estimations on the full restoration of electricity in the Kalinago Territory has been given as 10 months. Until then, any major work on her property cannot be fully achieved and her condition at present appears to be ‘survival mode’.
L’école Roosevelt Douglas de Portsmouth, construite grâce à la contribution du Conseil Régional de Martinique présidé par Alfred Marie-Jeanne, a résisté aux violentes rafales de l’ouragan Maria qui a dévasté l’île de la Dominique la semaine dernière. (Photo Ecole de Portsmouth - édifice avec facade jaune et rouge après la pelouse)
Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, was moved to tears this afternoon as he spoke directly to the public for the first time on the status of his country in the wake of the destructive Category 5 Hurricane Maria.
Sé konsidiré sé an kalté modision : dépi yonndé lanné, dépi an mové siklòn fè tan pasé, ou sé di i pa ka janmen bliyé pasé anlè la Donminik ek dépotjolé tou sa i ka jwenn anlè chimen'y. MARIA fini fè menm bagay-la yè pis menm fétay kay Primié Minis la, misié Roosevelt SKERRIT pwan lavol ek té inondé. Dayè, fo i té, nan bonmitan lannuit-la, kouri-chapé an lot koté, mé lakanpay, sitiasion dwet ankò pli red ki nan vil Wozo. Pa ni lektisité pies koté ankò, lawout koupé, lariviè ka débòdé, défalman tè ka krazé kay kisasayésa...SKERRIT di kon sa dwet ni tibwen moun ki blésé ek pétet moun ki trapé lanmò-yo. Fok Matinik épi Gwadloup pòté mannev pou ay ba la Donmnik an ti pal !
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