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Musa: Carnival contract valid but needs “clarification”

The occasion was the inauguration of a project to strengthen the Public Utilities Commission, but after delivering his short keynote address, Prime Minister Said Musa agreed to sit down for [...]

Courtenay: compromise must be worked out

For a more detailed explanation how this issue may play out, we spoke to Minister of Foreign Trade Eamon Courtenay. Courtenay, a former Attorney General, has been working closely with [...]

P.M. explains INTELCO failure…

Unfortunately, for Said Musa, the boys from Carnival are not the only foreign businessmen on his case. The new owner of B.T.L. appears to be promoting deals even far more [...]

…as well as I.M.F. invitation

And while the PM’s views on the INTELCO fiasco may be in the minority, his explanation of the impending visit by the I.M.F. seemed somewhat more plausible. Said Musa ?They [...]

I.D.B. funds P.U.C. strengthening

Prime Minister Said Musa was not the only one answering questions today. Speaking at a ceremony inaugurating a million-dollar-plus project to improve the abilities of the Public Utilities Commission, P.U.C. [...]

U.S. Ambassador donates to AIDS initiative

Seven non-profit organisations that are working with people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS today received financial support for their programmes from the United States embassy in Belize. During brief ceremonies [...]

Policemen injured in road mishap

A mid afternoon traffic accident on the Western Highway has left four people, including two police officers, hospitalized in Belize City. Around two o’clock this afternoon Special Constable Steve Wade [...]

African paintings augment new curriculum

When the Ministry of Education introduced the teaching of African history into the primary school curriculum it was never meant to be a one-dimensional effort. Today, with the opening of [...]