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Letter To The Editor

Letter To The Editor

April 2, 2018 | Comments: 12

Dear Editor, Please allow me some space in your newspaper to share my letter.  As a citizen of Trinidad and Tobago, I am ashamed! My mother was from Dominica. For ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: DOWASCO water please

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: DOWASCO water please

March 27, 2018 | Comments: 20

Dear Editor, Once again I am forced to write to our sole water company DOWASCO, to express what continues to be the plight of residence of Dublanc and Bioche, in ...

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

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

March 21, 2018 | Comments: 19

That’s the same Roseau River which burst its banks during a hurricane in 1806, claiming the lives of over 100 Dominicans, mostly poor slaves, and flowed through ...

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THE KSCHRONICLES: Don’t hang your hat where you can’t reach it

THE KSCHRONICLES: Don’t hang your hat where you can’t reach it

March 19, 2018 | Comments: 4

Raise your hands if you are one of those people who thinks that you are from Wakanda and thus have superpowers similar to those of T’challa the Black Panther. I, ...

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COMMENTARY: It was only a premature move to maintain prominence

COMMENTARY: It was only a premature move to maintain prominence

March 19, 2018 | Comments: 57

I had to pause and respond to the Hon. Prime Minister of Dominica, Mr. Roosevelt Skerrit, who, in my view, made some rather brazen public statements on Friday March ...

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Int’l Women’s Day Message from Ambassador Daniela Tramacere

Int’l Women’s Day Message from Ambassador Daniela Tramacere

March 8, 2018 | Comments: 1

International Women’s Day OpEd 8 March 2018   Today is International Women’s Day. It is not only a symbolic day on the calendar where the spotlight ...

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COMMENTARY: When stone masons were architects, artists engineers and poets politicians

COMMENTARY: When stone masons were architects, artists engineers and poets politicians

March 6, 2018 | Comments: 8

When stone masons were architects, artists engineers and poets politicians. A recent comment on Dominica News on Line posed the question: are we becoming an Academic ...

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COMMENTARY: Finding the truth in deception, disunity versus unity of hate

COMMENTARY: Finding the truth in deception, disunity versus unity of hate

February 28, 2018 | Comments: 5

Many of us may have already read or heard of the Willie Lynch speech, it is still celebrated and typified as the quintessential message on the control and ...

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COMMENTARY: A Revolution in Resilient House Design

COMMENTARY: A Revolution in Resilient House Design

February 22, 2018 | Comments: 23

This revolution has its origins even before my Revolution in Roofing click here to read article. It goes back to the very beginning of mankind and our Kalinago ...

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THE KSCHRONICLES: Living your best life

THE KSCHRONICLES: Living your best life

February 16, 2018 | Comments: 4

If you have never heard of the term ‘living my best life’ then allow me to introduce you to the term. I’m a big fan of using current trending phrases or words ...

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COMMENTARY: A revolution in roofing

COMMENTARY: A revolution in roofing

February 6, 2018 | Comments: 11

While others continue their love affair with galvanized and concrete, let me bring to your attention a revolutionary roof covering that has been around since the 3rd ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Cultural expression of our culture with dignity

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Cultural expression of our culture with dignity

February 6, 2018 | Comments: 13

Carnival is a significant part of our Dominican culture, which reflects the diversity and richness of various art forms of the people, in its expressions of joy and ...

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COMMENTARY: The Caribbean’s Comedy of Errors for Promoting Entrepreneurship – Agencies mandated to grow businesses kill them by not paying their bills.

COMMENTARY: The Caribbean’s Comedy of Errors for Promoting Entrepreneurship – Agencies mandated to grow businesses kill them by not paying their bills.

February 2, 2018 | Comments: 7

  I am left to wonder if irony is being used as a randomized trial for facilitating the evaluation of the impact of some Caribbean development agencies and ...

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COMMENTARY: Wealth tourism development in the Caribbean

COMMENTARY: Wealth tourism development in the Caribbean

January 30, 2018 | Comments: 7

  “We want more private and business aircraft coming to our airport.” – “You’re right,” I responded. “We’re looking for a mover-and-shaker to do ...

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COMMENTARY: Differentiating between Nude and Lewd

COMMENTARY: Differentiating between Nude and Lewd

January 30, 2018 | Comments: 6

A century ago the American artist Robert Henri wrote: “There is nothing in all the world more beautiful than the nude human body. It is not only among artists, but ...

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COMMENTARY: Hub-spoke airlift in the Caribbean

COMMENTARY: Hub-spoke airlift in the Caribbean

January 22, 2018 | Comments: 4

Hub-spoke airlift in the Caribbean A hub-spoke distribution network is a system of connections arranged like a wheel in which all traffic moves along spokes ...

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: It is Not Wrong. Question Them!

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: It is Not Wrong. Question Them!

January 22, 2018 | Comments: 14

Have you heard someone say, “Don’t you question Pastor/Reverend etc about…. It’s wrong to do so!?” What does the Bible indicate on this ...

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UWI Vice Chancellor reacts to Trumps racist statements

UWI Vice Chancellor reacts to Trumps racist statements

January 14, 2018 | Comments: 9

KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) — Vice Chancellor of the University of the West Indies (UWI), Profressor Hilary Beckles says the United States needs to respect the ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: R.U.M, An Unwise Move

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: R.U.M, An Unwise Move

January 14, 2018 | Comments: 99

Dear Editor, Carnival is an important part of our society and I for one L?VE the Celebration- I find it quite liberating – what concerns me is when organizers ...

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COMMENTARY: The Art of Environment

COMMENTARY: The Art of Environment

January 11, 2018 | Comments: 2

Five hundred years ago the painter and sculptor was also the engineer, architect, town planner, philosopher and poet. Hence, the glory of the Renaissance. Today, we ...

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LET’S TALK ABOUT IT – Safeguarding our children post Hurricane Maria

LET’S TALK ABOUT IT – Safeguarding our children post Hurricane Maria

January 8, 2018 | Comments: 1

CRIME STOPPERS DOMINICA provides a confidential crime reporting service that gives everyone the opportunity to report about any type of crime such as child ...

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COMMENTARY: The Caribbean thinks of climate resilience

COMMENTARY: The Caribbean thinks of climate resilience

January 8, 2018 | Comments: 3

As time and age advance, and with it one’s private and professional life progresses, one might come to the conclusion that most things we do in life, in business ...

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