FIRST CUT features the 15 calypsonians who past the elimination round in the Dominica Calypso Association (DCA) organized 2016 calypso competition.
Following a court award of EC$135,000.00 against a local calypsonian, the Dominica Calypso Organisation (DCA) organised a panel discussion on the topic "Calypso, Politics & Libel", which was held at the UWI Center on April 10, 2014. D-TV presents a series of videos produced from the video recording of that event.
The southeastern part of Dominica was one of the worst affected areas from Tropical Storm Erika. This video captures some of the damage caused along the route to the village of Fond St. Jean.
After TS Erika, instead of just "hanging out" in their village of Penville, John Christopher and his "Team Relief" embarked on a difficult journey hampered by several landslides, destroyed or damaged bridges which took them to the battered village of Coulisbistrie. There, they set about helping residents who had been affected by TS Erika.
Witnel Louis and his wife Ayma, lost everything but thanks to their faith in God and some help from a wooden staff which Louis refers to as his "Rod of Aaron", they were able to escape with their lives from the ravages of Tropical Storm Erika.
Doreen Durand is charged with the responsibility of managing the shelter for hundreds of people who have been forced to evacuate their villages because of the devastation caused by Tropical Storm Erika.
Sylma Joseph has lost three family members to a land slide at Good Hope caused by Tropical Storm Erika. Now, the distraught, grieving and homeless mother is crying out for emotional and physical help and to be taken out of the village.
As part of its Information and Communication Program for the 2014 Hurricane Season ( and general Hazard Awareness) the Office of Disaster Management (ODM) has released a series of PSAs. This one deals with the proper use of Emergency Shelters.