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  • We ignore the disastrous storms in the Caribbean at our peril | Carrie Gibson
    Storms have taken lives in the Caribbean, and caused chaos in the UK – climate change is eroding certainties across the globe As tens of thousands people suffered through a flooded and powerless Christmas in Britain , 5,000 miles away unexpected weather was also unleashing havoc on the Caribbean. Torrential rains on Christmas Eve, with 15in falling in 24 hours, led to dramatic floods and ...

  • Kim Il Sung Praised in Foreign Countries
    Pyongyang, April 16 (KCNA) -- Events took place in Laos, Libya, Ethiopia, Nigeria and Dominica between April 7 and 9 on the occasion of the birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung.

  • Lake Wales Commission Awards Play Park Bid, Approves May Day Event
    City commissioners awarded the contract for new playground equipment at Crystal Lake Park to GameTime (Dominica Recreation Products Inc.) during their Tuesday night meeting.

  • Sea Turtle Nesting Season Begins at Eco-resort Rosalie Bay, Dominica
    ROSALIE, Dominica, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A spectacular ancient ritual, that dates back to the time of dinosaurs, has begun on the Caribbean's Nature Island of Dominica. Endangered sea turtles are beginning to arrive and nest on the protected black sand beach of Rosalie Bay Resort. During the annual nesting season, which is now through October, hundreds of sea turtles travel ...

  • Downing’s Side of the Story: What Happened to Team Dominica in Sochi
    More than a month after the Olympics ended, we share a different perspective on Team Dominica's legitimacy from their coach J.D. Downing. "[That their Olympic experience was an] un-mitigated disaster is completely true," he says. "I take issue with how this Olympic experience was presented."

  • Bajan U-16s on roll
    MAKE THAT three on the trot. Barbados’ Under-16 netballers are definitely on a roll now. The girls in aquamarine and gold cruised to a 35-24 victory over Dominica yesterday morning, their third successive win at the Caribbean Netball Association Jean Pierre Under-16 Tournament in Antigua and Barbuda. Zakyia Kirton got her first start at the tournament and scored 18 goals from 28 attempts, while ...

  • Under-16s notch third win
    MAKE THAT 3-0. Barbados cruised to a 35-24 victory over Dominica this morning, the third successive win at the Caribbean Netball Association Jean Pierre Under-16 tournament in Antigua. Zakyia Kirton got her first start at the tournament and scored 18 goals from 28 attempts, while goal attack Sheniqua scored 17 from 24. For Dominica, Anoushka Bootswain scored 19 from 24 and Ihana Honore five from ...

  • A heavy lesson learned at the Port of Roseau, Dominica
    Roseau is Dominica's most important trade port, with roots going back to the 14th century. It's heavy French influence from the arrival of Europeans in the late 18th century is evident in the architecture and the teeny, tiny, illegible little streets.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

  • Dominica spearheads donor funds to small Islands
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  • Sustainability keeps Caribbean locals and tourists happy