Bizick
Register a Business

St. Lucia News Online on Bizick Buzz

NEW YORK, USA — As political tensions continue to escalate in Venezuela, a United Nations independent human rights expert has called on the government to “take all necessary measures to guarantee judicial independence,” following concerns that some pressure may have been placed on the country’s justice system “to act against the political opposition”. “All Venezuelan […]

The post Venezuela must guarantee judicial impartiality, says UN human rights expert appeared first on

Read more

WASHINGTON, USA (PAHO) — The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has called for countries in the region of the Americas to prepare for a timely response to possible outbreaks of dengue. The disease is endemic in the Region and, since its reintroduction in the 1980s, has caused cyclical outbreaks and epidemics every three to five […]

The post PAHO warns Latin America and the Caribbean to prepare for possible outbreaks of dengue appeared first on

Read more

By Jewel Fraser PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (IPS) — The Caribbean Climate Smart Accelerator launched last year June with the backing of Virgin’s Richard Branson has given itself five years to help the region become climate resilient. Its CEO Racquel Moses, who was appointed in January of this year, told IPS the climate smart accelerator sees itself […]

The post Accelerating the Caribbean’s climate resilience appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

Read more

BBC News:-  Venezuela’s self-declared interim leader Juan Guaidó has arrived back in the capital, Caracas, to a rapturous welcome from thousands of supporters. He faces arrest after defying a travel ban to leave the country and lobby for international aid for the crisis-hit nation. “They threatened us and here we are, putting forward our face for […]

The post Juan Guaidó Flies Back To Venezuela Despite Arrest Risk appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — The Eastern Caribbean island of Grenada has been selected as the venue for the fifth regional meeting of the Caribbean Internet Peering and Interconnection Forum, CarPIF, set for June 12 to 13. The annual international event, which draws Internet giants like Facebook and Google to the region, is focused on developing […]

The post CarPIF regional connectivity meeting to address affordable and resilient internet access appeared first on

Read more

ST JOHN’S, Antigua — Nelson’s Dockyard in Antigua and Barbuda, has been voted Best Attraction in the Caribbean. Nelson’s Dockyard, the only continuously working Georgian naval dockyard in the world, topped the category in the annual Ten Best Readers’ Choice Award, as voted by USA Today readers. Declared a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural […]

The post Nelson’s Dockyard in Antigua voted best Caribbean attraction appeared first on

Read more

BBC News:-  A US maths professor has received praise after images of him looking after a student’s baby during class went viral on social media. Baby Assata was brought to the lesson by her father, Wayne Hayer, who had been unable to find a babysitter. After explaining his situation, Professor Nathan Alexander held the child for […]

The post US Professor Praised For Holding Student’s Baby During Class appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

Read more

By Sir Ronald Sanders The United States of America, Canada and the English-speaking countries of the Caribbean together share the deeply-held values of democracy and human rights more than the majority of other countries in the Western hemisphere. The long history of slavery and indentured bondage in the English-speaking Caribbean, linked to the courageous act […]

The post Commentary: Respect rule of law internationally appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

Read more

By David Jessop Health tourism is an enormous and highly competitive global business. Reliable estimates indicate that by 2021 the worldwide health tourism market will reach somewhere between US$46.6 billion and US$125 billion per annum and is experiencing a compound annual growth rate of somewhere between 13 and 19 per cent. In contrast the World […]

The post Commentary: The View from Europe: The challenge of developing health tourism appeared first on

Read more

By Jean H. Charles I have always suspected that the Haitian electorate in the United States has the strength of a laser beam that can make or break a candidate at election time. Like the Hassidic Jews, the Haitian electorate, when boosted by a proper leader who can explain the benefits of supporting one candidate […]

The post Commentary: The strength of the voting power of the Haitian electorate in the United States appeared first on

Read more