Bizick
Register a Business

St. Lucia News Online on Bizick Buzz

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CNS) – Britain’s ambassador to Cuba, Antony Stokes, signed up most of the UK’s Caribbean Overseas Territories to a new Caribbean Customs Organisation (COO) recently at the 41st Annual Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) in Havana. The treaty provides a legal framework to formalise and enhance an existing MOU first […]
Read more
ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Antigua and Barbuda’s Minister of Tourism, Charles Fernandez recently boarded the Freewinds cruise ship, the largest continuous running cruise ship in the Caribbean, meeting with ship officials to commemorate the 31st anniversary of the vessel’s maiden voyage and 30 years since the Freewinds first called to Antigua and Barbuda. Joining the […]
Read more
GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Joylyn Anita Conway is Miss World Guyana 2019 following a selection process by a panel of nine judges. She will represent Guyana at the Miss World competition in Thailand later this year. Joylyn Conway was crowned by Miss World Guyana 2018, Ambika Ramraj at a small but elegant event held at the […]
Read more

Joint pain at the hip and knee is something many people experience, especially as they age. Where possible, non-invasive, conservative management of joint pain is the first choice of treatment, especially exercise. However, in cases where treatment options such as medication, physiotherapy and lifestyle changes have failed to manage pain and increase function, then surgery may be the best option.

The post KIM’S KORNER: The Hip Bone’s Connected to the . . . appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

Read more
By Matthew Thomas Former US Ambassador to Barbados, Mary Orisman said: “Gonsalves remains a master of contradictions.” (Wikileaks, 01/02/2008) “Ralph Gonsalves of St Vincent United People’s Movement was, Richard Jacobs told the Soviets, “a clear, consistent and reliable Marxist-Leninist who can be helped at all levels without fear of compromise.” (Grenada The Untold Story by […]
Read more
By Stephen Cooper In “How to Convince Americans to Abolish the Death Penalty,” Amherst College Professor Austin Sarat asserts “important lessons about how abolitionists can be successful around the country” can be learned from New Hampshire which just last month became the twenty-first state to abolish capital punishment including: “The moral argument doesn’t work.”   […]
Read more

Press Release:– Fourteen (14) karatekas from the newly rebranded Hattsuryo Martial Arts Temple took part in a grading exercise on 16th June 2019 at the Finance Administrative Centre, Point Seraphine, Castries. At this exercise, these karatekas went through a vigorous examination which focused on endurance, martial arts spirit, self defence, focus power, kata, kumite, strikes and […]

The post Karatekas Take Part In Grading Exercise appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

Recent weeks have seen the latest chapter unfold in Haiti’s ongoing crisis. It’s one that has seen protests against incumbent head of state President Jovenel Moise result in schools and offices being shuttered alongside suspension of public transport. It has also seen government buildings closed and a session of parliament postponed.

The post Looking into the Heart of Haiti’s Crisis appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

Read more