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Government proposes new taxes on businesses

In Friday’s newscast we reported on a new initiative by the Prime Minister to abolish corporate income tax and exempt from personal income tax all individuals earning less than twenty [...]

P.U.P. states position on trade and investment

And while they may be studying the latest tax proposal, members of the People’s United Party have been speaking their mind about other matters of economic importance. On Friday night [...]

Man stabbed in Orange Walk

Authorities are investigating the stabbing death of a man in Orange Walk Town. According to a police report, twenty-two year old Francisco Ack was walking along Lover’s Lane at about [...]

Corozal boledo vendor robbed

In other crime news, a lottery vendor from Calcutta Village in the Corozal District has reported to police that he was robbed. Forty-eight year old Mario Moo was riding his [...]

Belize City fire looks like arson

Domestic disputes and the resulting fall out are nothing new to this newscast, but the alleged action of one man in the wee hours of Monday morning appears to be [...]

Caribbean life insurance underwriters meet in Belize

The Caribbean Association of Life Underwriters today wrapped its Annual General Meeting at the Biltmore Hotel in Belize City. During the three days of deliberations, the two hundred delegates from [...]

History exhibition opens at Government House

It may only be May but the September Celebrations Committee is getting a jump on this year’s St. George’s Caye Day festivities. Opening over the weekend was an exhibition that [...]

Guatemalan wins Tour de Belize

Good evening. I’m James Adderley and welcome to this Tuesday serving of Sports Monday. Let’s start off with the B.F.L. Football Knock-Out Tournament at M.C.C. Grounds where Acros and the [...]