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Wednesday, February 24, 2021

News Desk

Election petition adjourned to July 7

After all the political ranting about not wanting the resident judges to hear the election petition filed by the United Workers Party (UWP) challenging the results of the December 6, 2019, general elections in ten constituencies the parties met in...

Men involved in Kalinago Territory robbery surrender to police

Two men who were on the run after an alleged robbery in the Kalinago Territory have surrendered to the police. Javid Alfred surrendered at Police Headquarters in Roseau on Wednesday with his lawyer. Cesley Anselm did the same on Tuesday, also...

Salybia MP condemns armed robbery in Kalinago Territory

Member of Parliament for the Salybia Constituency, Cozier Frederick, has condemned a robbery that took place in the Kalinago Territory on Tuesday. One man was left dead and two on the run in the wake of the incident "I have always...

Update: Police in search of two armed robbers

The police have said that two men involved in a robbery in the Kalinago Territory are on the run and are considered "armed and dangerous." They have been identified as Javis Alfred and Chelsea Anselm. Dead is Davidson Alfred. In a...

Biker succumbed to injuries

A young man who was involved in a vehicular accident last week has lost his battle. Wayne Orle of Soufriere suffered multiple injuries to his head when he collided with a vehicle on the Pottersville highway, close to CADREC,...

 Borders to reopen soon

With no confirmed active case on the island and all business establishments reopened to serve the public, Dominica is gearing up to welcome residents and visitors alike. Dominica, like many other countries in the world, was forced to shut its...

Burglary at NCCU Pointe Michel branch

Police have been called in to investigate an overnight burglary that took place at the National Credit Union (NCCU) Pointe Michel branch last night. Nature Isle News (NIN) was on the scene when the police from Grand Bay (acting Inspector...

Further relaxations announced

In an effort to fully open the local economy, a number of business establishments will open their doors to serve the public from next week. As was promised, Health Minister Dr. Irving McIntyre has announced the relaxation of some of...

Election petition controversy heats up

Who will hear the elections petitions case brought on the by United Workers Party (UWP) against 10 sitting parliamentarians of the ruling Dominica Labour Party (DLP) is the million-dollar question being asked right now. One of the two sitting judges...

Teachers and parents to be trained in the use of new technology

For the academic year, 2020-2021 teachers and parents will be in a better position to face the new teaching modality which is currently being used to deliver instructions. With the suspension of face to face interaction in the classroom due...

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Government approves Housing Loans Board to serve as a Service Provider for a grant of US $2 million (EC $5.4 million)

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release. The Government of Dominica continues on its drive to build the capacity and track record of...