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Social Security Board Chairman resigns

The Senate Select Committee has asked for his head, the Prime Minister confirmed he would be fired and today Social Security Board Chairman Yasin Shoman pursued his only honourable option: [...]

Hulse: S.S.B. is part of larger governance issue

We spoke to him in the early afternoon–before learning of the Shoman resignation–but Investigating Committee Chairman, Senator Godwin Hulse did not hesitate to offer his opinion about what should happen [...]

Hyde supports Espat in P.U.P. shoot-out

When we last visited the dispute over who should run the Corozal Free Zone–not to mention the People’s United Party and nation of Belize–P.U.P. Leader Emeritus George Price had put [...]

Baby drowns in Corozal well

A fourteen month old child of Corozal Town is dead tonight, an apparent drowning victim. According to police reports, sometime around noon yesterday, twenty-three year old Alma Hall went to [...]

Dangriga triggerman wanted by cops

Police have been pursuing him ever since the Thursday night shooting of Dangriga businessman Orlando Habet. Now they want the public’s help. Shooting suspect Darren Chiu is accused of attempted [...]

Women fight over man; he?s been dead 10 years

Rather than do hard time, tonight two women arrested for beating each other over a man have agreed to keep the peace. Sixty-four year old Ampero Burgos and fifty-seven year [...]

Veranda collapses; four suffer minor injuries

Four residents of Belize City received a scare and some cuts and bruises today when the Regent Street veranda on which they were walking, collapsed. For Allen Valdez, it all [...]

G.S.T. on electricity bills looks suspicious

Consumers already forced to cope with certain unscrupulous merchants using the implementation of G.S.T. to price gouge, now face another G.S.T. scam–this time on their electricity bills. As announced long [...]

Caribbean XChangers meet in Belize

It’s been almost one year since the launch of the XChange movement in Belize, and today XChangers from around the Caribbean gathered at the Belize City House of Culture to [...]

Development in Ladyville causes flooding

With so much rain during the last month, there has been no shortage of flood stories. The latest comes from Ladyville. Robert Lightburn, Area Resident ?We are concern because we [...]