Category: Dominica News

Nottinghill Carnival weekend program

Nottinghill Carnival weekend program

| August 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Children’s Day – Today Sunday August 30th An exuberant Parade for Children as the whole carnival team put their extravagant costumes on show as they spin, whirl and twirl along the carnival route to the mesmeric rhythms supplied by numerous sound systems and sensational steel bands. A number of fabulous acts can be seen and […]

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Brave Dominican survives Hurricane Erika

Brave Dominican survives Hurricane Erika

| August 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Life for Richard Baron will never be the same. He was almost killed in a landslide, nearly lost his life and his entire family. His community, Petite Savanne, is devastated and he has lost his home, not to mention some of his friends. Speaking from his hospital bed, an obviously emotional Baron recalled that it […]

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Gay Antiguan News Anchor Forced to Flee country

Gay Antiguan News Anchor Forced to Flee country

| August 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, – Former News Anchor/Television Host and Miss Antigua and Barbuda 2007 Tasheka LaVann says she was forced to flee Antigua for fear of being harmed due to her sexual orientation. “I have been attacked, threatened and humiliated by a homophobic society who only sees what they are taught and that is to […]

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Machel Montano, on his way to Eventim Apollo

Machel Montano, on his way to Eventim Apollo

| August 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Tri Angels Entertainment is presenting On My Way, a live performance by Machel Montano, with full band. Date Friday 28th August 2015 Venue Eventim Apollo 45 Queen Caroline St, London W6 9QH Nearest station: Hammersmith Tickets From £54.25, inclusive of booking fee and delivery. On sale on the Eventim website.

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Jamaican Fraser-Pryce completes world 100m treble

Jamaican Fraser-Pryce completes world 100m treble

| August 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Jamaica’s Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce roared to an unprecedented third women’s 100 metres world title in a flash of green dreadlocks as she emulated countryman Usain Bolt at the World Athletics meet in Beijing on Monday. The double Olympic champion, wearing a band of yellow daisies in her green-dyed hair, clocked 10.76 seconds to win easily in […]

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Bolt ‘Jaminates’ at Beijing World Championships

Bolt ‘Jaminates’ at Beijing World Championships

| August 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

Bolt Jaminates’ at Beijing’s World Championships 100 M FINALS “You can doubt the struggles, it’s human, but never quit struggling because in the end, your struggles will surely become a celebration.” Terry Mark It was Sunday morning – the birds chirped and I was in la la land. Then I heard pot covers knocking and […]

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The Monster called “Dancehall”

The Monster called “Dancehall”

| August 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

Dancehall has evolved from merely rub-a dubbing to “animalistic behaviour”. Women are the main subjects; where eyes and private parts feast. The men are never demeaned for “daggering” a woman. Fist pumps and all hail to him, he’s a king as he just did that woman “wicked” while the women are looked down on as […]

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Rave Reviews for The Caribbean’s Newest Water Park

Rave Reviews for The Caribbean’s Newest Water Park

| August 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

Splash Island Water Park St. Lucia Welcomes over 1,300 patrons in Opening Week The long anticipated opening of Splash Island Water Park St. Lucia took place on August 1, 2015 and so far the Caribbean’s newest attraction has lived up to expectations. In just over a week, the park has welcomed more than 1,300 locals […]

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Caribbean Knights: #Fabulous Friday 13th November

Caribbean Knights: #Fabulous Friday 13th November

| August 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Welcome to a CaribDirect entertainment extravaganza! Caribbean Knights: #Fabulous Friday This is your Invitation to a glitzy and glamorous dinner and dance at the luxurious Holiday Inn Brentford Lock Hotel, Commerce Rd I Brentford I London I TW8 8GA ‘LAUGH TILL YOU DROP’       Is the social event of Caribbean Food and Drink Expo a production of  […]

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Reasons for enlisting in World War I

Reasons for enlisting in World War I

| August 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

When the Great War began in 1914, the majority of people living in British Guiana and the West Indies were experiencing great economic hardships because they had been forced to live below the standards necessary to maintain them. Some middle- class people of African descent in their struggle for political and constitutional change welcomed the […]

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