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A beautiful young woman

We are all so sad to hear the passing of Shevon Jones . Shevon you will be remembered for the joyous and freespirited person you were. Your family and freinds sure miss you

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A loving Son

Peter Winston  passed on last week in the USA. Peter was a very loving son of Winnie Winston from massacreWe will miss you Peter, but we know you are in a better place. REST in […]

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In Loving Memory Those Who Have Left Us

Lucky Dube: Your reaction

South African reggae musician Lucky Dube has been shot dead by armed robbers in Johannesburg. BBC News website readers react to his death and share their memories. The death of the reggae star has shocked […]

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Farewell Sir John

From all of us at ÇAKAFETE INC, deepest sympathy to the family and people of St. Lucia on the passing of your “father of the nation” as he was referred to, Prime Minister Hon Sir […]

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He left us so young

Today in the early hours died The Pope.He was such a good killer.Some of the best kills where those who he made.He will forever be in owr and in his victims hearts.So long serial kiler.

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Housing Minister Alleyne Carbon

Former Minister of Communication Works and Housing, Alleyne Carbon: Friday 8 March, 1996: News from the Village of Cottage and Capuchin, says that, former Communication Works & Housing Minister Alleyne Carbon, in the former Dominica […]

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Cecil Bellot

Another of Dominica’s pioneers in industry died at the age of eighty-five. He is Cecil Bellot original owner of Bello Products. He passed away on Friday 04 September, 1996. Mr. Bellot took over the business […]

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Businessman, Ninian Marie

Dominica and the sporting fraternity mourned the death of businessman and sports enthusiast Ninian Marie. Known to most Dominicans as the little man with a big heart, he was a man of all seasons a […]

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Cherry Charles Beausoliel

A prominent lawyer is dead Cherry Charles Beausoliel, who was known to many Dominicans as “Bo” because of his size, died here last Friday at the age of 81, he was born in St. Vincent, […]

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Sylvester Valantine Joseph

Sylvester Valantine Joseph was born on March 29, 1925. On completion of his primary school education, he was drafted as a Pupil Teacher at the Hampstead Government School. He obtained his Teacher’s Certificate with distinction […]

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Ashton Phillip

The music fraternity here and most certainly followers of WCK Band are mourning the sudden death of 39-year old Ashton Phillip in New York. Ashton, an older brother of Cornel and Irvin Phillip of WCK […]

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Dr. Winston

DR. VINCENT A.A. WISNSTON O.B.E, L.R.C.P.I., L.R.C.S.I. Born: 1st March, 1930 Died: 3rd January, 1998 Vincent Albert Angelo Winston was born on 1st March 1930. He was the third son of Angelo Winston, civil servant […]

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L.M. Christian, OBE, O.M

Posted by Gabe on Jun-13-00 10:43pm from 172.155.247.243 L.M. Christian, OBE, O.M., Dominican musician, music teacher, commercial school director and the man who wrote the musical score to the Dominica’s national anthem “Isle of Beauty” […]

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Late Prime Minister of Dominica

Roosevelt Bernard Douglas, was born on the 15th of October 1941 in Portsmouth the second town in Dominica. Dominica, the largest of the Windward Islands, covers 289 square miles and has approximately 91 Miles of […]

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Fitzroy St. Rose

From: “The New York Times“ Fitzroy St. Rose displayed the national flag of his island country, Dominica, on the bedroom wall of his sparsely furnished apartment in the East Bronx. He was constantly trying to […]

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Sir Clarence Augustus Seignornet

(25 February 1919-5 May 2002) President of Dominica, Cabinet Secretary, Civil Servant. Born in Roseau 25 February 1919, son of Mr. Clarence A. Seignoret and Mrs. Violet Seignoret (nee Riviere). Educated at Miss Potter’s School, […]