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COMMENTARY: Antigua government sends military and police to Barbuda

COMMENTARY: Antigua government sends military and police to Barbuda

July 3, 2018 | Comments: 10

A political and constitutional crisis is brewing in our sister island of Antigua & Barbuda. The Antigua Government has sent its armed forces to Barbuda in an ...

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Commentary on the state of governance in Dominica

Commentary on the state of governance in Dominica

June 22, 2018 | Comments: 43

This commentary is about the state of governance in this country and the manner in which unsuspecting citizens are being taken on a ride to nowhere. – It is ...

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COMMENTARY: Do true Christians face hardship at times?

COMMENTARY: Do true Christians face hardship at times?

June 19, 2018 | Comments: 29

Many religious persons tend to have the view that once a person is a Christian, he will not face hardship. You ask them: “How are you?” They reply: ...

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COMMENTARY: Seaborne Airlines: Flight cancelled, bad weather and we are not responsible

COMMENTARY: Seaborne Airlines: Flight cancelled, bad weather and we are not responsible

June 18, 2018 | Comments: 19

Passengers who were scheduled to travel on flight No.BB4583, and I guess those who were coming in on the corresponding flight, on Sunday 17th June, 2018, Fathers’ ...

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Food for Thought: The Economics and Enslavement of Eating

Food for Thought: The Economics and Enslavement of Eating

June 14, 2018 | Comments: 14

The recent Caribbean Wellness Day activities reinforced my decision to share my thoughts on the social and political aspects of food and good health. Most of what we ...

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COMMENTARY: Fire Them!

COMMENTARY: Fire Them!

June 9, 2018 | Comments: 69

People of conscience, wisdom and knowledge should always seek to guide the people, especially the youth, against loose and misguided accretions. I do not claim to ...

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Why Antrim road is slipping (Part 2)

Why Antrim road is slipping (Part 2)

May 22, 2018 | Comments: 21

The errors of past road building survive to haunt us today. Henry Hesketh Joudou Bell, British Administrator of Dominica (1899-1906), used a grant from the British ...

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Hypertension: not a disease to take lightly

Hypertension: not a disease to take lightly

May 17, 2018 | Comments: 17

Hypertension is the number one risk factor for illness and premature death from cardiovascular disease, and one of the most common non-communicable diseases in ...

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Why Antrim road is slipping (Part 1)

Why Antrim road is slipping (Part 1)

May 15, 2018 | Comments: 58

The ongoing slippage of the Imperial Road at Antrim Valley is a serious challenge to communications across the island. This road is the main link between the capital ...

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COMMENTARY: Create a Community of Shared Future for Mankind – Build a Bright Sino-Dominica Future

COMMENTARY: Create a Community of Shared Future for Mankind – Build a Bright Sino-Dominica Future

May 8, 2018 | Comments: 19

Time elapses fast. It has been a year and half since I assumed the post of Chinese Ambassador to Dominica. I perceived and enjoyed the beautiful scenery of “nature ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Sorhaindo’s nauseating attempts to tarnish my good name

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Sorhaindo’s nauseating attempts to tarnish my good name

May 7, 2018 | Comments: 66

Allow me an opportunity to respond to Rupert Sorhaindo vicious and unprovoked assault on my good name and character in a Letter to the Editor dated May 6, 2018 and ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Dr. Fontaine’s deceit exposed

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Dr. Fontaine’s deceit exposed

May 6, 2018 | Comments: 51

On April 26, 2017 Dominica News Online (DNO) published a story with the Headline “Dr. Thomson Fontaine Gets Top Economic Job in South Sudan”, in which it ...

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NCDs – Your spirit, soul and thoughts Article 2

NCDs – Your spirit, soul and thoughts Article 2

May 4, 2018 | Comments: 7

  LOVE & OBEDIENCE In this second article on the subject of Non Communicable Disease, (NCD’s), I continue to share my biblical views on the health crisis ...

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COMMENTARY: Nurses’ Plight: Flight or Fight

COMMENTARY: Nurses’ Plight: Flight or Fight

May 4, 2018 | Comments: 20

For the past years, Dominica has been producing some of the most well-trained nurses in the Caribbean. However, the consistent increase in Nurse migration commands a ...

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The Life of Paul Joseph – A Tale of  “GRACE, MERCY AND PEACE!”

The Life of Paul Joseph – A Tale of  “GRACE, MERCY AND PEACE!”

April 25, 2018 | Comments: 7

EDITOR’s NOTE: Paul Joseph was interviewed by the health Magazine Rosies and Thorns with the intention of publishing his story in its Sept  2015 quarterly ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

April 22, 2018 | Comments: 36

Dear Editor, In his whirlwind tour around the world after Hurricane Maria, Roosevelt Skerrit visited at least two university campuses and made contact with several ...

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COMMENTARY: Change agent of choice

COMMENTARY: Change agent of choice

April 20, 2018 | Comments: 34

As a resident of Roseau, I first heard about MP Joseph Isaac’s move to the centre aisle while passing by the Jackson shop in the heart of the Capital. Folks were ...

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COMMENTARY: Going back to go forward

COMMENTARY: Going back to go forward

April 16, 2018 | Comments: 8

It has been said that if Christopher Columbus revisited the Caribbean today, when viewing Dominica from seaward, he would find that it looked the same as it did ...

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THE KSCHRONICLES: Other people’s perception of you is none of your concern

THE KSCHRONICLES: Other people’s perception of you is none of your concern

April 13, 2018 | Comments: 8

Every day we meet people and people meet us or hear about us and a perception is formed. As much as we try to deny it many of these perceptions affect us because we ...

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THAT’S THE SAME ROSEAU RIVER? (Part III) by Arlington James

THAT’S THE SAME ROSEAU RIVER? (Part III) by Arlington James

April 5, 2018 | Comments: 21

That’s the same Roseau River which, in May 2017, “received” its fifth two-lane bridge (which is still to be named). That bridge is arched, and equipped with ...

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COMMENTARY: The Stunted Growth of Calypso in Dominica

COMMENTARY: The Stunted Growth of Calypso in Dominica

April 4, 2018 | Comments: 8

The Dominica Calypso Association (DCA) deserves commendations after the successful completion of the 2018 Calypso season. While some major national events were ...

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Open letter of congratulations to LIAT board, management & staff

Open letter of congratulations to LIAT board, management & staff

April 3, 2018 | Comments: 42

Dear Board, Management & Staff of LIAT: I want to say congratulations, but before I do, let me briefly explain how I travelled with you from those turbulent ...

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