Bizick
Register a Business

St. Lucia News Online on Bizick Buzz

(BBC) — Louisiana’s Democratic governor has signed a highly restrictive new abortion law that bans the procedure after a foetal heartbeat is detected. The law could prohibit abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy. State legislators overwhelmingly backed the bill on Wednesday, by 79 votes to 23 and Governor John Bel Edwards signed the ...

The post Louisiana passes law banning abortions after heartbeat is detected appeared first on St. Lucia News...

Read more

(BBC) — US President Donald Trump has announced tariffs on all goods coming from Mexico in a bid to curb illegal immigration. In a tweet, Mr Trump said that from 10 June a 5% tariff would be imposed and would slowly rise “until the Illegal Immigration problem is remedied”. President Trump has declared a national ...

The post Trump announces tariffs on all Mexico goods in latest anti-immigration measure appeared first on St. Lucia News...

Read more

(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Three men have been shot and killed at Wharf Trace, Maracas, St Joseph. The killings happened early on Thursday, after a party at on the grounds of the Wharf Trace Community Centre. The killings happened at around 8 a.m. Two of the victims have been identified as Kyle Radix alias Jamikee, and ...

The post Three shot dead after party in Trinidad appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more

(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Today’s sitting of the Primary Exit Profile Grade 4 Performance Task test at Ramble Primary in Manchester had to be postponed as the school community was left traumatised by an attack on a teacher and her eight-month-old baby. Reports are that a grade four teacher was chopped several times by her common-law-husband ...

The post UPDATE: 8-month-old baby chopped to death, teacher injured in Manchester, Jamaica attack appeared first on

Read more

(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — After some 30 minutes of exchanging gunfire, ranks of the Guyana Police Force killed two of three bandits who invaded a house at Norton and Victor Streets, Lodge, Georgetown Thursday night, Police Public Relations Officer Superintendent Jairam Ramlackhan confirmed to the News Room. The ranks were praised by residents of the ...

The post Guyana: Two bandits shot dead, another surrenders after shootout with police in Lodge, Georgetown appeared first on

Read more

Former leader of the Lucian People’s Movement (LPM) political party, Therold ‘Sardine’ Prudent, has officially thrown his hat in the political ring for the Gros Islet seat, saying his entire life has been devoted to serving the people of Gros Islet and by extension, Saint Lucia. Prudent is vying to be nominated by the opposition ...

The post Therold Prudent says he’s no ‘Johnny come lately’ in Gros Islet appeared first on St. Lucia Ne...

Read more

Did you know that Dennery Knob is one of the most deserted and isolated coastlines of St. Lucia? It is located between Mamelles Point (Fond D’or) and Trou Cadet Point (Louvet). Dennery Knob consists of rugged coastline of huge cliffs where sea birds of all descriptions nest.  The hills are covered in a prickly secondary ...

The post DID YOU KNOW Dennery Knob, one of the most isolated coastlines of St. Lucia? appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more

(FORTUNE) — Target is warning customers not to use its “heyday” charging cable to power up their Apple device. The retailer, in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, has recalled 90,000 of the cables after receiving reports of them smoking, sparking or igniting fires when plugged in. Two consumers have burned their fingers on ...

The post 90,000 USB charging cables recalled appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more

(PRESS RELEASE) — The Office of the Mayor and Castries Constituency Council (CCC) are appalled at the actions of a few sidewalk city vendors who continue to defy relocation plans for the Castries Market Redevelopment Programme. The CCC wishes to inform the general public that although these individuals are not full-time registered vendors, every effort ...

The post Castries mayor says vendors must accept change to improve their business appeared first on

Read more

(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — A mother and her baby were chopped by a machete-wielding man on McKenley Road here early Thursday, residents have confirmed. Reports, which are so far unconfirmed, are that the baby died while the mother is being treated in hospital. More information later. (0)(0)

The post Mother, baby chopped with machete in Mandeville, Jamaica appeared first on St. Lucia News Online.

Read more