Bizick
Register a Business

St. Lucia News Online on Bizick Buzz

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Feb 4, CMC – The Antigua and Barbuda government has warned motorists that they would be charged if they are found to be eating and using a cell phone while driving. Attorney General Steadroy Benjamin told Parliament that the amendment to the Vehicles and Road Traffic Act will also allow for the ...

The post Antigua: Government warns motorists using cellphones while driving appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more

NASSAU, Bahamas, Feb 4, CMC – The Bahamas government has condemned a video circulating on social media disputing allegations that the country is not safe for visitors. “The assertions made that Nassau is the most dangerous destination is refuted emphatically. We take the issue of visitor safety very seriously,” the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation ...

The post Bahamas: Government condemns video saying Bahamas not safe destination appeared first on St. Luc...

Read more

Radio Caribbean International (RCI) has fired award-winning Journalist, Timothy Poleon, reliable sources have confirmed. Poleon’s letter of dismissal was received Friday, according to reports. Sources told St Lucia Times the document was signed by Managing Director, Tamara Gibson. According to information, Poleon and the management of RCI fell out over his application for a radio […]

The post RCI Fires Timothy Poleon appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

GIS Press Release:-  Invest Saint Lucia (ISL) is currently conceptualizing a master plan for the Anse Des Sables area in Vieux-Fort, as part of an overall redevelopment plan for the southern town. OBMI Architecture was chosen from an international bidding process last year, as the master developers for the Anse Des Sables project. OBMI has designed […]

The post Investment Plans For Anse Des Sables appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

(CNA) — Award-winning Taiwanese novelist William Lien has always had an eye for overseas adventure, performing his military service by teaching Chinese in the Philippines and working odd jobs in Canada and Hawaii after that. So when he saw an offer online a few years ago to volunteer in St. Lucia, a diplomatic ally of ...

The post Ping-pong diplomacy: volunteer finds inspiration in St. Lucia appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more

(PRESS RELEASE) — In the Caribbean region, cancer is the second leading cause of death. However, a significant number of cancer deaths can largely be reduced and prevented through many strategies, including primary prevention, early detection, management, and treatment of patients with cancer. “Nearly one-half of cancers are preventable or treatable if detected early. Cervical ...

The post Healthy choices and early detection can reduce your risk of cancer: CARPHA appeared first on

Read more

Jamaica Observer:–  Christopher Townsend, attorney-at-law for Elephant Man, says his client is looking to put the gun video fiasco behind him after last Friday’s interview at Constant Spring Police Station in St Andrew. “He (Elephant Man) was freed; he wants nothing else to do with it (the video). He has divorced himself from the situation and […]

The post Elephant Man Denies Appearing In Controversial Video appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

Barbados Nation:–  THE CARIBBEAN UNITED masters football team has been thrown into mourning following the sudden death of player Miguel Nurse. The 38-year-old Guyanese national complained of feeling ill during his side’s match against Weymouth Wales at the Barbados Lumber Company’s Waterford, St Michael ground on Saturday night, in the Claytons Barbados Masters League before collapsing […]

The post Guyanese Footballer Collapses, Dies During Barbados Match appeared first on

Read more

Al Jazeera:–  At least 28 Haitians have drowned off the coast of Abaco in the Bahamas, in the latest tragedy at sea for people seeking to leave the Caribbean’s poorest economy. In a statement on Sunday, the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) said that after two days of dive operations, “a total of 17 persons have […]

The post Dozens of Haitians Drown Off The Bahamas appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more