The crash occurred around 1:32 am, about three and a half hours after the flight had been scheduled to arrive in Guyana before going to […]Continue reading
The prime minister of Dominica has declared a disaster zone around the area where heavy rain knocked out an earthen dam and caused severe flooding […]Continue reading
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Jul 28, 2011 (IPS) – As he basks in the congratulatory messages coming from countries near and far, Irwin LaRocque knows […]Continue reading
The Prime Minister also said that he intends to respond to the IC.
The concerns, not criticisms, expressed by the Prime Minister were not directed at the membership or institution. They was directed on the bases of or reasons for the ruling on which he had been earlier advised. Unlike those that have savaged the IC its chairman and other members, all that the Prime Minister did was express himself on the matters which he read and on which he was advised, a right reserved to all, on his concerns while at the same time saying he intended to deal with the matter. Is there something wrong with that or would it have been better if he had conducted the type of savage onslaught on the IC as we have witnessed from the Q 95s, Patriots, the Cabalists and Workers alike?
BTW, have you read the IC ruling?Continue reading
By Gary Esprit
I am somewhat puzzled by the efforts of Norris Prevost and his UWP cohorts to re-litigate the matter of the international airport or to revisit the wisdom of upgrading the Melville Hall facility with night landing as opposed to building a brand new international airport.Continue reading
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Monday July 25, 2011 – The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) has taken over a second bank in Antigua and Barbuda to […]Continue reading
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Friday July 22, 2011 – Seven months after Trinidadian Sir Edwin Carrington stepped down as the region’s top civil servant, Dominican Irwin LaRocque […]Continue reading
Prime Minister of Dominica Roosevelt Skerrit says his administration has no plans to re-open the Canefield Airport to commercial traffic because it is not economical. […]Continue reading
ROSEAU, Dominica – President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Dr Julian Hunte has lauded the people of Dominica for their overwhelming support of […]Continue reading