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Tourism Minister chides CITCO for aggressive attitude

On last night’s newscast we reported the eleventh hour compromise between the Belize City Council and Belize Tourism Board over the City’s demand for a piece of the Head Tax [...]

Government negotiating with U.H.S. shareholders

While former mayor Jose Coye discussed the City Council’s finances, Health Minister Jose Coye had more current wounds to heal … like government’s proposed takeover of Universal Health Services. According [...]

Roaring Creek woman stabbed, ex on the run

What it is that has Belizean men so crazed may never be known but it is with a sense of profound sadness that I must report yet another case of [...]

Cop intervenes in domestic disputes; gets whopped, bitten

Meanwhile in Belize City, a woman who found herself in the middle of a domestic disturbance was unharmed, but the same could not be said for the police officer who [...]

Bou-Nahra is a no show in court; claims illness

A Belize City businessman who shot a would be burglar to death over a year ago has failed to show up in court. Thirty-nine year old Ben Bou-Nahra had been [...]

Retrial of accused killer doubtful as file is missing

In 2005, his murder trial ended in a deadlock and the D.P.P. vowed to re-file the charges … but tonight it looks like Mark Vega will not face a return [...]

Missing man sighted in Orange Walk

Today, the family of Raymond Simon remains hopeful that soon they will be reunited with their loved one. This follows an encouraging phone call Florence Martinez received about the possible [...]

Government releases figures on oil revenues

The Ministry of Natural Resources has released its year end report on petroleum and despite a recent decline in world oil prices, the treasury is beginning to feel some impact [...]

Ladyville builds a library

With multiple televisions found in most Belizean homes the idea of going to the library for a book sounds almost ancient. But libraries are changing and reading will never go [...]