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Your Dominica morning news roundup for Tuesday September 16th 2008:

We begin this Morning Brew with Earl Williams yet again in the news. This time the Dominica Bar Association speaks out on Allegations Made against Mr. Williams. When you think things couldn’t get worse for Mr. Williams.

After listening to Fridays discussion by the Minister for Petro Caribe Reginald Austrie and Energy Minister Charles Savarin, on the issue of high electricity charges – it’s clear to see that the Government has No Close Resolution to the High Rate of Electricity in Dominica.

Carib Aviation, the Antigua based carrier, recently announced the suspension of flight operations on the 30th September 2008. The Airline is forced to reduce its Twin Otter schedule and only operate three Antigua / Montserrat and two Antigua / Barbuda rotations daily. On 12th September, Carib will suspend its Antigua, Dominica Canefield, Nevis, St Kitts and Anguilla scheduled operations. Bumper! Now it’s twice as hard to get into Dominica, especially for travelers coming in from other Caribbean islands if LIAT is over-booked.

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British Airways today launched what it said is its largest ever ticket price sale, with discounts offered on over four million seats. The latest ‘World Offer’ from the airline runs until January 27 and covers 140 destinations as far flung as Delhi, Cape Town, the Caribbean and Australia.

Rival bmi launched its own sale last week and also cut prices with immediate effect on flights out of Manchester. The offer applies until January 15 and includes tickets to America and the Caribbean, including both Chicago and Barbados from £299.

Airlines have know choice but to cut Ticket prices due to the fact that they failing to fill their seats and partly partly to competition but also an increasing resistance among environmentally aware travelers to book unnecessary weekend breaks.

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