Bizick
Register a Business

St. Lucia News Online on Bizick Buzz

(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — On her 65th birthday, Merle Singh-Subero was killed by a bullet to the head. She was standing behind a door that criminals were trying to open, when one of them fired a shot and killed her. The criminals beat her mentally and physically challenged grandson, and took the family’s life-savings which they ...

The post Trinidad grandma, 65, shot dead by bandit appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more

(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Akini “Dole Chadee” Adams masterminded the murders of the seven fishermen in the Gulf of Paria on Monday night. This was the startling revelation coming from Member of Parliament for Couva North Ramona Ramdial at a press conference on Friday. Ramdial said “I was reliably informed by the Commissioner of Police (Gary ...

The post Trinidad: Slain gangster had masterminded murder of seven fishermen – MP appeared first on

Read more

(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A dar­ing rob­bery at a San Fer­nan­do bar Sat­ur­day was short-lived for a ban­dit who was killed dur­ing a shootout with po­lice. He has been iden­ti­fied as Dil­lon Clarke of La Ro­maine. Re­ports stat­ed that around 1 am, Clarke, who was armed with a pis­tol, and an­oth­er ban­dit en­tered Bal’s Bar along ...

The post Trinidad: Cops kill bandit in shootout after bar robbery appeared first on

Read more

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet (pictured) promises that the GINet project will narrow the urban-rural digital divide. The 2010 Population and Housing Census states that 43.3% of Saint Lucia’s population had access to the Internet. In areas like Gros Islet and Castries City, the percentage of people with access was 57.2% and 41% respectively. In Choiseul 25% of […]

The post GINet to Benefit more Communities appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

Read more

Chief executive officer of the Barbados Hotel & Tourism Association, Senator Rudy Grant has expressed the view that Crop Over revellers were usually well behaved on the road and he had no fear that nudity would be a cause for concern, local reports say. Grant spoke in the aftermath of expressions of concern in Saint […]

The post Barbados Revellers Not Expected To Reflect Saint Lucia Carnival Lewdness appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

One person was hospitalised following an accident at Vigie, Castries, in the early hours of Sunday morning, emergency officials have reported. According to a Saint Lucia Fire Service spokesman, the accident occurred about 1.15 am on the Vigie stretch where a motor car veered off the roadway. He stated that there were two occupants in […]

The post One Person Hospitalised After Vigie Accident appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

Wanted fugitive Delyan Fontinelle  succumbed to gunshot wounds Sunday morning after being shot by the police, a senior law enforcement official has confirmed. Fontinelle was wanted in connection with a string of offences, the police say. A relative who spoke to St Lucia Times on condition of anonymity admitted that Fontinelle did “a lot of […]

The post Wanted Man Dies After Being Shot By Cops appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen (centre) with Prime Minister Allen Chastanet (left) and Guy Joseph, Minister for Economic Development at the St. Jude reconstruction sod-turning ceremony last week.   In May last year the Saint Lucia Medical and Dental Association (SLMDA) made abundantly clear its opposition to the use of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model to fund […]

The post Another Visiting Dignitary Endorses PPP Arrangements appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

Read more