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Archive for February, 2008


The whole idea of an oil refinery in Dominica was clearly a bad idea, that’s why my many Dominicans rallied against the idea – forcing Prime Minister Skerrit to put all plans of the oil refinery on hold. Hooray for that. But Dominica still faces an economic crisis, cost of living is on a steady rise, fuel is also taking its toil, and not forgetting the price of electricity.

Prime Minister publicizes that any Dominican wishing to share ideas on how to help develop Dominica can make an appointment to see him. We at Dominica Weekly made two attempts to setup an appointment with the PM, to share several ideas we came up with that can help Dominica develop and also help in the curbing the problem of high electricity bills. But our attempts were unsuccessful.

We decided to develop this website called Caribbean Investments, where everyone can read the different ideas. We offer an energy program on the basis of progress and sustainable development of Dominica. Dominica, following its image of the pristine island, can provide a power, which completely expelling the oil products from the island. Dominica people must implement these ideas; the government should not be only a trendsetter in the construction of new ideas and should not bear the monetary costs to realize this projects.

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Astaphan Presented Groceries to School

J Astaphan presented groceries to the Nehemiah Comprehensive School as part of the school’s feeding programme.

$300k for housing in Grandbay

Prime Minister Skerrit said he will be presenting a cheque for $300,000 to the Grand Bay village council for housing improvements as part of the ‘housing revolution’.

OAS Head Retires

Head of the Organization of American States in Dominica announces his retirement. Paul Brown has held the position for 27 years. He said he was retiring because he was asked to do work he didn’t want to do.

AID Bank improvement

The Aid Bank has noted improvements in finances over the last year, with a net profit of over EC$1 million, up 18% on the previous year. Prime Minister Skerrit also spoke at the AID Bank’s AGM, urging people to pay their loans, saying defaulters hurt its operation, and impacted upon taxpayers.

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