Your Dominica morning news roundup for Wednesday September 23th 2008:
Consumer against High Utility Rates (CAHUR) has opted to call off a planned demonstration against
Government and DOMLEC which was scheduled to take place on September 23rd. The President of CAHUR said the organization was given the green light to demonstrate by the Commissioner of Police on Monday afternoon but not protest against the Government.
The National E-Business Incubator Inc will be holding a panel discussion on â€˜creating the framework for success of SMEs in Dominicaâ€™. The discussion is aimed at transforming innovative ideas, and enhancing the productivity of small businesses into sustainable enterprises.
Minister of Tourism, Hon. Ian Douglas has promised a formidable line-up of artistes for the 12th edition of the Annual World Creole Music Festival as Dominicans celebrate Reunion Year this year on the occasion of the countryâ€™s 30th anniversary of the attainment of political independence. Take note: the Dominica festival commission will be having special on WCMF Season Tickets for EC$250.00 on Saturday 27th at the Arawak House of Culture.