Bizick
Register a Business

St. Lucia News Online on Bizick Buzz

(PRESS RELEASE) – Hon. Allen M. Chastanet, Prime Minister of Saint Lucia met with the Leadership of the National Workers Union (NWU) and four (4) workers formerly employed with Majestic Industries Ltd., a company which operated in Saint Lucia from 1971 until 2004. The NWU which represented the employees then, told the Prime Minister that ...

The post Prime Minister assures former Majestic Industries workers that their request will be granted appeared first on

Read more

(SKY NEWS) – A new law in India will seek to block Muslim illegal immigrants from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan from gaining citizenship. The Citizen’s Amendment Bill (CAB) tabled by the government controversially offers an amnesty to allow once-illegal immigrants from those three countries to apply for Indian citizenship – but only those who are ...

The post India’s controversial bill offers amnesty to non-Muslim illegal immigrants appeared first on

Read more

(SKY NEWS) – A hacker from Essex who was jailed after making millions of pounds blackmailing people who visited pornography websites has been forced to pay back over £270,000 – and sell his Rolex to cover the costs. Zain Qaiser, 25, was handed a six-year sentence in April after admitting being part of a Russian-speaking ...

The post Zain Qaiser: Hacker who blackmailed porn viewers is told to sell Rolex and repay £270k appeared first on

Read more

(NEW YORK POST) – South Africa’s Zozibini Tunzi was crowned Miss Universe 2019 on Sunday night. The 26-year-old beauty queen beat out 89 other contestants during the pageant held in Atlanta. Her Miss Universe biography describes her as a “passionate activist” who is “engaged in the fight against gender based violence.” “She has devoted her ...

The post Miss South Africa Zozibini Tunzi crowned Miss Universe 2019 appeared first on ...

Read more

(NEW YORK POST) – Canada’s first-ever “body farm” — a research facility for scientists to study decomposition — is slated to open in the spring. The outdoor body farm in the Quebec city of Becancour will be a place for forensic scientists to see how dead bodies decay in different kinds of states, CTV News ...

The post Canada’s first ‘body farm’ will study how dead bodies decompose appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

...
Read more

(NEW YORK POST) – A Tennessee woman was hit with a $25,000 lawsuit after she left a blistering review on Yelp about a doctor. Kelly Beavers was sued for defamation and libel over her negative review about her experience with Dr. Kaveer Nandigam, who works at Nandigam Neurology in Murfreesboro, news station WTVF reported. Beavers ...

The post Tennessee woman faces $25K lawsuit over blistering Yelp review she left for doctor appeared first on St...

Read more

(NEW YORK POST) – He made it a meth-odist church. A Maine man has been charged with turning a kids’ playroom in a Methodist church into a meth lab. Matthew Anderson, 33, was busted after officials at Buxton United Methodist Church alerted police on Thursday to “suspicious activity” inside an upstairs playroom at the house ...

The post Maine man charged with turning church playroom into meth lab appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Electoral Office has published that the Dominica Labour Party won a resounding victory over the opposition in Dominica’s General Elections held on December 6, 2019. Leading up to the elections, there were pockets of civil disobedience primarily in the villages of Marigot in the Northeast and Salisbury in the West of ...

The post Nature Island open for business after Dominica’s general elections appeared first on St. Lucia News On...

Read more

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — The United States Embassy to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean and Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) have extended congratulations to the people of the Commonwealth of Dominica on the outcome of last week’s general elections. In a message on Saturday, the Barbados-based embassy said the United States, which enjoys a […]

The post US Embassy Congratulates Dominica Following Elections appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

The Caribbean region depends on the effective operation of airplanes and the airports they utilise. Few people across the globe would look upon most traditional commercial flights as displays of great efficiency, but the Caribbean has long been beset by challenges within the aviation sector. This is compounded by the fact that the region relies so heavily on aviation to feed its tourism industry and, in turn, that many irritations are not so much the result of unavoidable necessity, but red tape and other issues that are ripe for reform.

The post Aviation Advances in the 2020s appe...

Read more

Trending

lucianeasterncaribbeandallasofficerkilledapartmentconditionsreportjamaicatropicalmotionagainstgovernmentbothamjean’sdonatespoliceletterguygerfamilydemolitioncastriescontinuesresidentscabinetarrestluciansschoolscontinueduringchoiseulbusinessgeorgeministerkillingprojectchastanetupdated:allegedsupportpierreactionfridaycruisegov’tcarnivalsecuritymurderedmarchandvictimconcernedluceleccitizensshootingresponseconstructionjusticeofficersbreakingbeforebahamaschurchit’sconfidencewarninglucia’sschoolstudentscenterremainsislandindiesinvestigatingcountriesmarijuanarespondsreleasebabonneauimpactupdate:relieffollowingearthquakenationalstabbingdennerytrainingarrestedcriminalchargedchargessenatorubaldusraymondattorneyhurricanemichaeljuliensecondpaymentchristmasworkerschambermembersillegal(+video)femalestabbedanotherguyanesebarbadosreturnmissingmartiniquesoufrierevideo:alfredaccidentislandscanariesissuespresidentcanadiancannabistrinidadfarmersofficeeconomyformerserviceteenagersecondaryrecentsuspectcustodymonchyhomicidedefendscommentseducationkimberlyelectionsdroughtsituationministerspublicbagatellefirearmoperationcricketindependencefrancisinvestigationdeniesdominicataiwaninjuredemergencyguyanapeoplegunmenclaimssandalsmurderleaderviolencematterexpressesvictim’smotherstatementvictoriahospitalrobberycaughtoppositionvictimsattackhealthofficialspm’sfirefightersbritishmovementnationalstraffickingreportssuspectedelectionattempteddrivervirginbanditsstudentleavesassistanceidentifiedfisheriessocialvehiclethreatlatestgunnedcentreabandonedpreparesemployeesnegotiationsprotestteachersnoticestrikefatallycommunitymeetinghilaireconcernsjosephdriversaddressescourtsanswersrecordslamentsconfirmsquestionsmicoudupdatecomplainannounceschineserestaurantspeakssuspendspoliticalownerswoundsvendorslaunchedlaborieweekendarnoldcreditgarbagesalaryservantsbusinessesplanningdevelopmententrepotworkshopministrynovembermedicaltourismmarketbuildingsafetyprogramstoressectorprotocolsdecembertributedeliversoperationsjanuarycrashesaddresscoronareceivecoronavirusmauricequarantineservicescovid-19pandemicwelcomestestingpaymentseconomiccurfewrelease:lockdownfuturevirtualbudgetselectioncommonentrance