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With just one small positive thought in the morning can change your whole day. Here is a short quote taken from the song entitled “Jah Glory” on Third World’s 96 Degrees in the Shade album.

I see a bright sunshine in every morning
Lord, then a shower of rain
Give thanks and praise, yes, give thanks and praise, yes

A BEAUTIFUL MORNING IN  DOMINICA

One of the best reggae songs ever written. Rip Bunny Ruggs! Maybe one of the greatest bass-lines put to music.

[BUY THE ALBUM: 96 Degrees In The Shade – Third World]

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Photo:Schoolgirl on her way to primary school by Schwarzerkater.

Your Dominica Morning news roundup for Wednesday September 11th, 2008:

On the eve of a planned demonstration by Consumers against high utility rates CAHUR, Prime Minister Skerrit announces that Venezuela have agreed to build a new power in Dominica. How IRONIC! Mr. Skerrit – consumers want to see reductions in their electricity bills NOW… 😡

HATS goes to Cable and Wireless Caribbean, who announced yesterday that it will give support to the region to the tune of more than US$500,000 in cash and services to assist victims of the resent hurricanes and tropical storms that affected the region. Thanks for caring Cable and Wireless.

Since Former Opposition leader Earl William name has surfaced in another money scandal, much publicity is directed forwards the United Workers Party. But the newly appointed opposition Leader Ron Green says the new accusations against Party member Earl Williams will not affect the operations of the party and that it will take the appropriate measure. I wouldn’t want to be in your shoes Earl… 🙂

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photo:The Ferry from Roseau to Fort-de-France by Jean & Nathalie

Your Dominica Morning news roundup for Wednesday September 10th, 2008:

It was rumoured early this week that that Digicel’s Rising Star, Tarina Simon, is having complications in obtaining the promised recording contract. After singing her way through the hearts of the judges and the many fans and supporters, Ms. Simon is expecting to receive what was promised.

Consumers against high utility rates CAHUR is gearing up for a protest action against DOMLEC and Government in an effort to bring relief to consumers of electricity. This is a good thing, because these electricity bills issued by DOMLEC are ridiculous – it’s high time Dominicans for their rights.

Also the Bense community continues their protect action. Villagers are saying that they have found worms and snakes in their water. Wow…worms and snakes?

It seems that the Former opposition leader Earl Williams have found himself in another money scandal. This time one of his clients, Desiree John, wife of the former Prime Minister Patrick John is seeking legal advice to recover some $190,000.00. Way to go earl!!!

In some other disturbing news, a male individual broke and entered into the Prince Margaret Hospital (PMH) in the wee hours of Saturday posing as a doctor and attempted to assault an eight year old girl there. What a sick pervert – This makes me sick to my stomach. Hats off to this brave little girl.

Meanwhile, the body of a Ross University medical student was discovered in Portsmouth in the vicinity of a well known Disco in the Lagoon area Saturday morning dead. If my memory serves my correctly, this is the second death at Ross University in two years. The first death resulted in a fatal vehicular accident.

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