Bizick
Register a Business

St. Lucia News Online on Bizick Buzz

By Wellington C. Ramos Since the United Democratic Party (UDP) government of Belize and the People’s United Party (PUP) both agreed to take the Guatemalan claim over Belize to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the Belizean people at home and abroad have become more insecure. Historically, in all the elections that were held in […]

The post Commentary: An opportunity for opposition parties to win the next general election in Belize appeared first on

Read more

By David Jessop At the conclusion of the recent special summit in Trinidad, Caribbean Community (CARICOM) heads of government issued the ‘St Ann’s Declaration’. It set out in the dusty language of officialese the measures being taken to breathe life into the stalled CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME). However, far more interesting and accessible […]

The post Commentary: The View from Europe: At last a time for action on the CSME appeared first on

Read more

By Jean H Charles As the year 2018 is coming to a close, we are watching in the world today what could be labeled the manifestations of a global revolt against fake democracy. As in two centuries earlier in 1789 and in 1803, two sister countries linked by a colonial past are leading the way, […]

The post Commentary: The global revolt against fake democracy appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

Read more

(CMC) – Captain Carlos Brathwaite said Sunday in-form Shai Hope will play in Monday’s opening Twenty20 International, even if he has to be “stretchered” on and off the field, underscoring the importance West Indies have placed on winning the three-match series and salvaging something from an otherwise wretched tour. The 25-year-old Hope was struck on ...

The post Hope a near certainty for T20 opener, says Brathwaite appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more

(CMC) – Bermudian striker Nahki fired home the deciding goal for Queens Park Rangers (QPR) as the west Londoners ended a four-game wait for an English Championship victory with an impressive 2-1 win over faltering promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough at Loftus Road on Saturday. Wells’ winner – his fifth for QPR –came in the 60th minute ...

The post Wells hits winner as QPR beat Middlesbrough 2-1 appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more

(CMC) – Four-time reigning champions Guyana Jaguars made light work of Leeward Islands Hurricanes by nine wickets, to register their second straight win of the Regional Four-Day Championship and enter the Christmas break top of the points standings. Resuming Sunday’s final day at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium in command of the contest, Jaguars needed ...

The post Jaguars, Volcanoes notch easy wins appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more

Dear Sir: Is state-owned Telecommunications Services of Trinidad & Tobago (TSTT) moving to have the Communications Workers Union decertified as being the recognized bargaining union for its workers? I call on Public Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte to state unequivocally whether or not this is TSTT’s next move after reports surfaced that head of the […]

The post Letter: An attack on the entire trade union movement appeared first on Caribbean News Now.<...

Read more

Dear Sir: The establishment has placed a foreign trained military man as commissioner and chief of all policemen (and we love it of course). He is an overnight hero (and ‘agency brown’ — quieting the racial anxiety of our bipolar tribal ‘state’). He is our saviour and serious about it [“If you doh fraid God […]

The post Letter: Guava season hero appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

Read more

Dear Sir: In early 300 BC the most powerful empire of the period faced a water shortage of monumental proportion. Providing drinking water for over a million people as well as the water needed for the irrigation of crops quickly became a top priority. In addition to feeding the population, Roman crop production was the […]

The post Letter: What water problem in California? appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

Read more