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Nine "09" years of FaceBook from 22/03/2009 to 22/03/2018.

Nine years of FaceBook

Honorable Lenox Linton rebutted to an interview with the Honorable Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, on DBS Radio which took place a few days ago so we invite you to listen to the Honorable Prime Minister followed by the honorable opposition leader Lenox Linton!

Honorable Lenox Linton rebutted to an interview with the Honorable Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, on DBS Radio which took place a few days ago so we invite you to listen to the Honorable Prime Minister followed by the honorable opposition leader Lenox Linton!

PM ROOSEVELT SKERRIT OF DOMINICA SPEECH TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AT THE UNITED NATIONS 2017

PM ROOSEVELT SKERRIT OF DOMINICA SPEECH TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AT THE UNITED NATIONS 2017

This is a grand and great consciousness effort in songs for the metacognition of our Caribbean people regarding climate change! Thanks for you awareness in benefit of our Caribbean people!

This is a grand and great consciousness effort in songs for the metacognition of our Caribbean people regarding climate change! Thanks for you awareness in benefit of our Caribbean people! St Lucia production!

Dominica PM Roosevelt Skerrit CRIES OPENLY for his Country in Interview on MARIA'S Destruction

Dominica PM Roosevelt Skerrit CRIES OPENLY for his Country in Interview on MARIA'S Destruction

Interview with Hon. Roosevelt Skerrit; Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica

Interview with Hon. Roosevelt Skerrit; Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica

Re-Broadcast of the Sept. 27 Press Briefing (Full Version)

Re-Broadcast of the Sept. 27 Press Briefing (Full Version)

25th Sept. Security Press Brief: Daniel Carbon - Dominica Police Chief

25th Sept. Security Press Brief: Daniel Carbon - Dominica Police Chief

Here is an official audio statement issued by the Dominica Permanent Secretary in the ministry of agriculture regarding the Dominica Germany parrot controversy!

Here is an official audio statement issued by the Dominica Permanent Secretary in the ministry of agriculture regarding the Dominica Germany parrot controversy!

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit speaks about of the Dominica Public Service Union (DPSU) Port workers strike on Friday morning.

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit speaks about of the Dominica Public Service Union (DPSU) Port workers strike on Friday morning.

Mr, Kent Vital, the leader of the Dominica Freedom Party speaks in favor of the Friday March 16th 2018 port workers industrial strike action!

Mr, Kent Vital, the leader of the Dominica Freedom Party speaks in favor of the Friday March 16th 2018 port workers industrial strike action!

UWP National Growth and Job Budget 2014 - 2015

UWP National Growth and Job Budget 2014 - 2015

Dominica Budget Debate 2014 - 10am (Jul. 24, 2014)

Dominica Budget Debate 2014 - 10am (Jul. 24, 2014)

Opening of Dominica Parliament

Opening of Dominica Parliament

Douglas-Charles Airport Naming Ceremony

Douglas-Charles Airport Naming Ceremony

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From Radio En Ba Mango, YouTube play list!

From Radio En Ba Mango, YouTube play list!

My schoolmate Mrs, Delia Cuffy-Weekes great South City sister and exceptional South City sister who wants to bring back the milk and honey all over our villages in Dominica she was the guest of Mr, Athie Martin, show host of Vantage Point, a Media House production which was aired on the then ,SAT TV!

My schoolmate Mrs, Delia Cuffy-Weekes great South City sister and exceptional South City sister who wants to bring back the milk and honey all over our villages in Dominica she was the guest of Mr, Athie Martin, show host of Vantage Point, a Media House production which was aired on the then ,SAT TV

From Radio En Ba Mango, YouTube play list!

From Radio En Ba Mango, YouTube play list!

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From Radio En Ba Mango, YouTube play list!

From Radio En Ba Mango, YouTube play list!

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From Radio En Ba Mango, YouTube play list!

From Radio En Ba Mango, YouTube play list!

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The Ta-Toon-Net Show on REBM

The Ta-Toon-Net Show on REBM


Grand Bay Head Line News

Mr, Dennis was the one who trained Wilfred Stewart, and Wilfred Stewart was one who trained, Man'I Dangleben, and then, Man'I was the one who trained Neville Letang and many more. Now please take note; Mr, Dennis was the first Electric Motor Rewinder on Dominica, and Mr, Wilfred Stewart the first person to build the first HIFI sound system in Dominica with the assistance of, Man'I and Neville after that, Man'I and Izzo and also Toemam traveled all over Dominica for repairing of domestic electronics devices, and after that, Man'I said to Izzo and Toemam let us open a workshop in St, Joseph, then, Man'I re-tried the roving technician again and this time took his brother Doway hi and they rove all over Dominica and f months later they collected enough monies where they purchased a secondhand motor bike and months later, Man'I migrated to France then came to Guadeloupe where he worked for many years in the electronic field then, Man'I Dangleben decided to return to his homeland and established the first official private FM radio station on his Island of Dominica in his village of Grand Bay, finally, Man'I, believes that Mr, Dennis is, the roots to all of these positives outcome of these anecdotes we shared you, brothers and sisters, so please join us in honoring them!

Great Grand Bay men!

General Election Results for the Grand Bay constituency and the names of elected candidates and their pictures, - from 7, January 1966 to 8, December 2014! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (Reyland Patrick St. LUCE 1966 Total Votes = Dominica Labour Party DLP 11,735 64.77% 10 seats) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- General Election Results - 1 July 1985 Pierre CHARLES (elected with =1,834 Votes) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- General Election Results - 28 May 1990 Pierre CHARLES (elected with = 1,399 Votes) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- General Election Results - 12 June 1995 Pierre CHARLES (elected with = 1,420 Votes) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- General Election Results - 31 January 2000 Pierre Charles (elected with = 1,341Votes) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- General Election Results - 5 May 2005 John FABIEN (elected with = 1,409 Votes) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- General Election Results - 18 December 2009 Justina CHARLES (elected with = 1,350 Votes) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- General Election Results - 8 December 2014 Justina CHARLES (elected with = 1,426 Votes) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- /\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\ ......................................................................................................................... Dominica Freedom Party General Election Results - 26 October 1970 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ralph S. FADELLE 1970 (elected with = 1,214 Votes) ................................................................................................... Avon Anthony CASIMIR 1975 (elected with = 1,127 Votes) ................................................................................................... Judiana HENDERSON 1980 (elected with = 671 Votes)

South City Grand Bay Dominica politics!

On New Year’s Day 1791 a revolt began in Grand Bay and spread as far as Rosalie when slaves on the estates went on strike in demand of their freedom. It was led by a man called Polinaire, originally from Martinique, whose fight for the enslaved of Dominica was inspired by the ideas of the French Revolution. The dramatic story of the events of that day and the following weeks – ending in the execution of Polinaire and many others – is told in detail in the new edition of Lennox Honychurch’s book on the Maroons of Dominica. Previously called “Negre Mawon” but now entitled “In the Forests of Freedom: the Fighting Maroons of Dominica”, the book has been described as “a definitive account” of Dominica’s Maroon history. Expanded and redesigned, the new edition is published by Papillote Press, a small publishing company based in Dominica and the UK. Dr Honychurch, historian and anthropologist, says: “I hope that this book helps to increase people’s awareness of this neglected aspect of Dominica’s rich heritage.” “In the Forests of Freedom” has already garnered praise. A review in the UK’s respected Spectator magazine calls the book “valuable” and “lively” and comments that it “opens a window on a little known West Indian history”. Endorsements have also come from leading scholars: “The Maroons of Dominica have long been slighted in the history of slavery in the Caribbean,” writes Adam Hochschild, author of Bury the Chains, an acclaimed account of the UK abolitionist movement. “The brave people who held out in Dominica’s mountain wilderness for generations against the military forces of two colonial empires have had their story well told at last.” Richard Price, the pre-eminent expert on marronage also praises Dr Honychurch’s book as “detailed and eminently readable…It will long stand as the definitive account of these Maroons whom the British considered, after those in Jamaica, the major menace to the plantation system. Dominica’s Maroons have finally found their chronicler.” Publisher Polly Pattullo says: “I am delighted to be able to add “In the Forests of Freedom” to the titles about Dominica published by Papillote Press. Dr Honychurch brings together his exemplary research (over many decades) and communication skills in chronicling the key role played by the Maroons to Dominican – and Caribbean – history.” “In the Forests of Freedom” is available in Dominica from Jay’s Bookstore in Roseau or direct from the publisher in Dominica (contact: info@papillotepress.co.uk or 295 1563) and also online.

A part of Dominica's history!

My Dear Mother Mason, today gives you twelve (12) years since you left us, but both Pam and me can't stop talking about you and always laugh at the funniest moment having with you, so Mason we would like you to remember that the love we have for you is eternal so rest in eternal peace.

In loving memory of my dear mother Mason.

In loving memory of my dear mother Mason.

I am from Grand Bay All the Danglebens over the world is one family and the first Dangleben came from France in the early 1700s now here is a 105 year old picture , from the left in this picture was an adopted young lady by my grand parents, who was Ma,Tootoo's daughter and sister to our great Queen of Belle, Orean, next is the little boy who was my father who is resting on his father's lap in the picture and his three sisters in which the fourth person from the left in the picture is the great grandmother of Leslassa Armour-Shillingford Dominica's rep at Miss World 2013 and this picture was taken in Grand Bay Dominica in 1915 and if my grandfather were alive today he would have been 135 years of age and my grandfather was a great businessman and he owned many small estates in Dominica and he also owned about 10 to 13 % of lands in Berricoa Grand Bay and also in Roseau, Ponginard, Pichlien Fond St Jean, Ti Savan, Valson , and Anba Soew , his best friends were Mr, Ennord Leatham's father , Jafette Henderson's father The St. Luce and Alcendors , Mr, Bobby Laurent Mr. Hugh Ballot , Mr, Standly Fadelle's father and his best best friend was Mr, G Ponpon of Fond St Jean who was also my father's Parren and his youngest friend was Mr, Sweet heart for Mr, Enord Leatham and Mr, Frieyer and Mr, Embey Cocot. now my grandmother, then Miss. Ella Correitte became Mrs, Ella Dangleben in 1904, the surname Correitte came from Bordeaux In France and the Dangleben surname from, Ile de France, but Danglenen, is not spelt the same as in France. My grandfather mother was a slave on the Dubique estate and she was of Ma, Tootoo's blood lineage her name was Eugeinie and his father was Charles Dangleben who was a white man On my grandmother side her mother was mixed blood with Kalinago and White, It was in box to me by Miss, Correitte from the USA saying that the wife of Dominicas pm is also the same Family on my grandmother side, Mrs, Ella Correitte Dangleben Now when some people call me outcast I would prefer them to call me universal

The Dangleben family of Grand Bay Dominica

The Dangleben family of Grand Bay Dominica 

Here are some common surnames you can find in South City Grand Bay Dominica. 01. Abraham. 02. Alcendor. 03. Alexander. 04. Alrefd. 05. Andrew. 06. Angol. 07. Anslem. 08 Antoine. 09. Baron. 10. Bastien. 11. Bazil. 12. Bedminster. 13. Bellot. 14. Blaize. 15. Blanc. 16. Birmingham. 17. Blondel. 18. Brown. 19. Cabon. 20. Casimir. 21. Charles. 22. Cuffy. 23. Dangleben. 24. Defoe. 25. Dennis. 26. Douglas. 27. Elick. 28. Elie. Elizee. 29. Eugene. 30. Fabien. Fadelle. 31. Fontaine. 32. Francis. 33. Frank. 34. Fregiste. 45 Gabriel. 36. Gachette. 37. George. 38. Germaine. 39. Green. 40. Gregoire. 41. Grell. 42. Hector. 43. Henderson. 44. Henry. 45. Isaac. 46. Jarvis. 47. Jean Francois. 48. Jno Baptiste. 49. Jno Lewis. 50. Jno. Phillip. 51. John. 52. John Jules. 53. Joseph. 54. Jules. 55. t

Lalay Grand Bay

South City Grand Bay

Is yesterday and today and also tomorrow included in time or does time have a beginning and an end? Or does it only exist because of the existing of living things under the Sun? Or what has happened to 6 PM of 1492? It has been told every good thing has an end, but would it be correct when some people think good things will always exist as long our Sun is permitted to exist! Wake up, and stand upright, and walk on the righteous lane then there you should not be bothered of your disembarkation, and remember man must take a break in whatever he does, but time has no time for taking a break in its running's.

Man'I, Life is a mistry