Register a Business

St. Lucia News Online on Bizick Buzz

Superintendent Methodist Minister, Seth Ampadu, asserting that discipline should be administered out of love and not hatred, has come out in favour of spanking in schools. He declared that most adults can attest that they benefitted from getting a spanking at school. “I think that when we spank the children it helps them to become […]

The post Methodist Minister Says ‘Nothing Wrong’ With Spanking Children appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

Sky News:–  A man has been jailed for 10 months after spitting on a Catholic priest as an orange walk marched past his Glasgow church. Bradley Wallace, from Uddingston in South Lanarkshire, appeared at Glasgow Sheriff Court last month where he admitted assaulting Canon Thomas White. Passing sentence, Sheriff Andrew Cubie said: “This is about the […]

The post Man Jailed For Spitting On Catholic Priest appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

ST GEORGE ‘S, Grenada (AFP) — England defeated the West Indies by 29 runs in the fourth One-Day International at the National Stadium in Grenada on Wednesday. They lead the five-game series 2-1 after the third match was abandoned. Brief scores: England 418 for 6; West Indies 389 all out off 48 overs.

The post England Beat West Indies By 29 Runs In Fourth ODI appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

The Ministry of Health says Ear, Nose and Throat  services ares expected to be enhanced at the Victoria and St. Jude hospitals, as a result of the visit here of a team of Surgeons from Canada. The Ministry says the surgeons will be sharing their knowledge and expertise with medical officials here. The visitors will […]

The post Ear, Nose, Throat Surgeons Visit Saint Lucia appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

The Ministry of Education has said that this country’s move to eventually halt corporal punishment in schools is in keeping with its international obligations and in fulfillment of a mandate to protect students. Cabinet is reported to have endorsed the suspension and eventual abolition of corporal punishment in schools effective May 1, 2020. Saint Lucia’s […]

The post Ministry Defends Move To Halt Spanking In Schools appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

The body of a male individual was discovered on a beach opposite the National Mental Wellness Centre Wednesday morning, police have confirmed. The deceased has been identified as Engelbert Joseph,  a resident of Choiseul. Francis Dovovan, a diver who was one of the persons who discovered the deceased, told St Lucia Times that the body […]

The post Body Found On Beach Opposite Mental Wellness Centre appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

Antigua Observer:–  A policeman was arrested last evening on suspicion of murder after an autopsy on the body of Nicoma MacFarlane revealed she was strangled and did not commit suicide as the scene suggested. The constable, already on suspension for an unrelated matter, was picked up hours after the autopsy results were disclosed to the police […]

The post Antigua Cop Held For Suspected Murder Staged As Suicide appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

Stabroek News:-  Colin Alleyne was today sentenced to 100 years in prison by Justice Navindra Singh after he was found guilty by a jury of the murder of Montrose grandmother Danrasie Carmen Ganesh in 2015. While Alleyne, of Cemetery Road, Timehri, continued to maintain his innocence, the 12-member jury at the High Court in Georgetown returned […]

The post Guyanese Man Gets 100 Years For Murder appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more