Bizick
Register a Business

St. Lucia News Online on Bizick Buzz

The St. Lucia hotel and tourism association (SLHTA) may soon  undergo a number of changes, if the general membership of the organization approves, at the SLHTA’s upcoming annual general meeting. The august 30th meeting will focus on sustainable development of communities and commerce. via IFTTT
Read more
[Via TheInformation.com, BusinessTech.com] In a big shift, Facebook plans to signal its control of Instagram and WhatsApp by adding its name to both apps, according to three people familiar with the matter. The social network will rebrand the apps to “Instagram from Facebook” and “WhatsApp from Facebook,” the people said. Employees for the apps were …
Read more
The former leader of the Lucians Peoples Movement Theorald Prudent is one of three front-runners seeking to contest the Gros Islet seat on a St. Lucia Labour Party ticket. Prudent says his vast life experience and training, have prepared him to serve the people of Gros Islet and to provide quality representation for the community.
Read more
Prime minister Allen Chastanet has again sought to allay the concerns of St. Lucians over the impact of Virgin Atlantic’s end of service to St. Lucia. The prime minister says the government took the best decision in light of the options that it faced.
Read more
The Civil Service Association says 3rd parties and not the management of the LUCELEC, are responsible for the long delay in resolving outstanding issues.
Read more
A former minister in the Dr. Kenny Anthony led administration Dr. James Fletcher has spoken out on his most recent award. Dr. Fletcher is one of only three Caribbean nationals chosen for the Chevening Global Change-maker award. Dr. Fletcher, who was awarded for work on climate change says a lot more needs to be done …
Read more
The Rastafarian community has persistently called for reparations for the enslavement of black Africans on the plantations of the west indies. The president of the Iyannola council for the advancement of Rastafari Aaron Alexander, says he is elated by the news of the university of Glasgow in Scotland, deciding to pay reparations to the University …
Read more