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Police News

On Friday, September 22, 2017, during a police operation at Cacao, Babonneau, a .380 pistol, ten rounds of ammunition and two magazines were recovered. Two individuals were arrested as a consequence.

Twenty nine (29) year old Jervaughn St. Claire and thirty (30) year old Steve Joseph both residents of Cacao, Babonneau, were formally charged for the offences of Possession of Firearm and Possession of Ammunition.

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Dominica’s Prime Minister Expresses Gratitude to the Regional Governments for their Support in the Aftermath of Hurricane Maria

Dominica’s Prime Minister has expressed gratitude to the governments of the region for their tangible support in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

Roosevelt Skerrit addressed the press today to update the public on the recovery effort there.

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Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia Expresses Concern On Strong Action Taken by the Department of Education Against a Parent who has been Fighting Discrimination Against Her Child

Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia is concerned about what it sees as the strong action taken by the Department of Education against a parent who has been fighting discrimination against her child.

Louina Joseph has for years complained about the mal treatment and neglect of her son at school because of his rare medical condition.

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Dominica to Receive US $19 Million Payout under the CCRIF SPC Tropical Cyclone Policy

CCRIF SPC announced today that Dominica will receive a payout of over 19 million US dollars, under its tropical cyclone policy following the passage of Hurricane Maria on September 19.

This payout will be made within 14 days of the hurricane. CCRIF was designed to provide quick liquidity to governments of the Caribbean and Central America following catastrophic impacts from tropical cyclones, earthquakes and excess rainfall. Dominica also holds an excess rainfall policy with CCRIF and assessments as to whether that policy was triggered are ongoing and will be determined in the next few days.

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