Bizick
Register a Business

St. Lucia News Online on Bizick Buzz

(CMC) – Prime Minister Allen Chastanet Tuesday announced that a minor re-shuffle to his two and a half year Cabinet saying the changes were necessary to ensure greater synergy, efficiency and improve responsiveness to the needs of St. Lucians. In a brief statement, Chastanet said that effective November 1, Dominic Fedee who served as a ...

The post PM Chastanet re-shuffles Cabinet appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more

(PRESS RELEASE) — Prime Minister Honourable Allen M. Chastanet will participate in a special Heads of State Forum on Wednesday, November 7th 2018 at the 25th Annual Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) Conference and Trade Show currently being held in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Along with Heads of State, the forum will include FCCA Member Line ...

The post Saint Lucia explores opportunities for further cruise tourism development at FCCA Conference appeared first on

Read more

(PRESS RELEASE) — The Honourable Ezechiel Joseph, Minister for Agriculture, accompanied by the Honourable Minister Herod Stanislaus visits Taiwan 5-9 November 2018, to get a first-hand experience of Taiwan’s agricultural development and technologies. On 6 November, they visited the 2018 World Flora Exposition in the central Taiwan city of Taichung and marveled at the spectacular ...

The post Embarking on a journey to reinvigorate Saint Lucia’s agricultural supply chain appeared first on

Read more

(PRESS RELEASE) — Young book lovers in St. Lucia experienced a welcomed treat last Friday when a Reading Road Show and literary extravaganza got underway as part of St. Lucia’s Reading Month celebrations under the theme: ‘Collaborating to Close the Literacy Gap – Read for Change’. The activity falls under the aegis of the United ...

The post Reading Road Show targets early learners as part of St. Lucia’s Reading Month celebrations appeared first on

Read more

(PRESS RELEASE) — The Royal St. Lucia Police Force wishes to advise members of the public that, in keeping with Section 26 of the Animals Act 2013, any animal found tied, wandering, straying, or lying in such a manner as to cause obstruction, danger, damage or injury to any user of the highway or a ...

The post Warning: St. Lucia police says it has right to “seize” or “shot” stray animals appeared first on St. Lucia News Online<...

Read more

(SNO) — A man is nursing a gunshot wound to his torso following a shooting on Water Works Road in Castries early Monday, November 5, according to law enforcement sources. The victim has been identified as Kenton St. Ville, 26, of Marisule, Gros Islet. The authorities were alerted about the incident at 1:10 a.m. However, St. ...

The post Man shot on Water Works Road, Castries appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more

(WASHINGTON POST) — Hours before President Trump took the stage at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on Sunday night, Rihanna’s “Don’t Stop the Music” reverberated through the 11,000-seat McKenzie Arena. “Trump’s rallies are unlike anything else in politics,” The Washington Post’s Philip Rucker wrote on Twitter, where he described the scene: staff members throwing ...

The post Rihanna wants Donald Trump to stop playing her music at his “tragic rallies” appeared first on

Read more

(SNO) — Tuesday, November 6 will mark two months since Saint Lucian Botham Shem Jean was shot to death in his own apartment in Dallas, U.S., by police officer Amber Guyger who claimed she barged into his apartment by mistake and thought he was a burglar. To mark the occasion, the Justice for Botham Team ...

The post “Amber Guyger will never be the same again” – Botham Jean committee calls on public to wear red on Tuesday (+video) appeared first on

Read more

(SNO) – “Now I go start liming with my enemies because friends killing you.” That comment, from a Rae Lewis, appeared on Facebook in response to two separate incidents over the weekend in which two men were stabbed to death by their close friends. And alcohol intoxication contributed to the circumstances that led to both ...

The post Recent Saint Lucia killings committed by “close friends” – and add alcohol appeared first on

Read more

(SNO) — Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, said he is not satisfied with the way in which his country is treating its past leaders, saying they must be acknowledged for their contribution at the highest level. Addressing his country on Independence Day on November 3, he stated that he intends to write to the leader ...

The post Dominica’s PM not satisfied with his country’s generosity towards past leaders appeared first on ...

Read more