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CITCO and Belmopan in dispute over VAT

The ongoing battle between the Belize City Council and Central Government may have been off the front pages for a few weeks but it doesn’t mean that the two have [...]

New traffic lights installed on Boulevard

Another potential embarrassment is now in the making on Central American Boulevard, where motorists are being treated to the installation of two new sets of traffic lights. The new computerized [...]

Drug suspects arrested in Corozal

In crime news, police have moved quickly to bring drug trafficking charges against four people who were busted in an anti-drug operation on Tuesday. Adolfo Zetina, Ernesto Acosta, Aldo Trejo [...]

Cayo man tries to run over cops

While police successful apprehended a group of alleged drug traffickers in the north, in Cayo a pair of cops almost got run over in their attempt to apprehend two suspects. [...]

Mother of traffic victim says truck driver at fault

The Mennonite farmer whose vehicle knocked down and killed an eight year old girl in Blackman Eddy Village on Tuesday evening has been charged with a number of traffic related [...]

Regional police prosecutors sharpen skills

Regional police prosecutors will be sharpening their court room skills this weekend. The Drug Control Legal Training Program, to be held June twelfth to the fifteenth at the Fiesta Inn, [...]

Cholera case reported in Cayo

Medical authorities say that while there may not be a large-scale outbreak of cholera in the Cayo District, they have confirmed one case involving a seventeen-year-old young man from Benque [...]

Accounting firm donates to Cancer Society

This year the accounting firm of Pannel Kerr Forster is celebrating it’s golden anniversary and as a part of the festivities they have given something back to the community. The [...]

Corozal woman wins Lotto

It was a quick pick ticket that won Saturday night’s lotto draw. Corozal Town’s Maria Oliva bought her numbers last week Friday, as she normally does, but this time the [...]

P.M. faces business community tomorrow

Members of Belize’s business community will be hoping for similar luck tomorrow morning as they meet with Prime Minister Manuel Esquivel to discuss the heavily debated new tax bill. The [...]

Dangriga woman says govt. took her land to give Taiwanese

If there is one issue in Belize that is sure to ignite the passion of citizens it is the question of land. And as we found yesterday on a trip [...]