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Dominica all set to welcome World Creole Music Festival, Fringe events calendar announces 

The commonwealth of Dominica is all set to welcome World Creole Music Festival 2022 to its shores. The festival will be held from October 28, 2022, to October 30, 2022

Dominica: President Charles Savarin addresses 77th UNGA, outlines climate-resiliency goals

President said that at a time, they are faced with innumerable challenges, which are both current and long-term implications; these include climate change, degradation of the ecosystem and laws of biodiversity, poverty, inequality and a growing challenge of chronic non-communicable diseases

Dominica to host 13th National Youth Awards, unveils names of nominees  

The National Youth Council of Dominica announced the hosting of the 13th National Youth Awards of the country. After five years, the NYCD is to celebrate the distinguished efforts of youth in and beyond the country. It will take place on Monday, September 26 2022.

Dominica Export Import Agency installs industrial-grade multi-fruit extractor for pulping fruits 

The Dominica Export Import Agency has purchased and installed a state-of-the-art, industrial-grade multi-fruit extractor for processing and pulping of these fruits for local juicing companies and for sale on the export markets.

Dominica: Tourism Ministry visits Layou, Mero, shares update on Titiwi Festival 

On Friday, 16th September, the Ministry of Tourism Team and representatives from DDA conducted Community Tourism Site Visits in Layou and Mero. 

Dominica: PM Roosevelt Skerrit recalls torrential impacts of Hurricane Maria at 5th anniversary

Hurricane Maria caused massive devastation across the nation as it left a shattered economy, death of loved ones, and destruction of homes, shelters and infrastructure as a whole behind. 

TS FIONA watch discontinued for Dominica, Flood watch remains in effect

The office of the Disaster Management of the Commonwealth of Dominica announced that the Tropical Storm FIONA watch was discontinued for the country at around 5:00 am. However, the flood watch remained in effect and citizens are advised to be vigilant. 

Dominica: PM Roosevelt Skerrit urges people to be vigilant after Tropical Storm Watch in effect

Through his social media, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit stated that people should be taken every precautionary measure and monitor the entire situation

Tropical Storm FIONA watch in effect for Dominica, causes heavy rainfall 

The Storm is expected to affect the areas throughout the weekend, which would lead the cloud to overcast skies. There will be periods of rain and gusty winds possible to tropical storm forces. The showers are predicted to remain moderate to torrential at times. 

Dominica shares flood safety tips after Tropical Storm Fiona watch comes into effect

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and New Health Investment of Dominica shared the flood safety tips during the impending weather as a watch for Tropical Storm Fiona is in effect across the nation. 

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