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Court orders temporary reinstatement of Perriott

B.T.L. has a new employee on the payroll tonight … and her name is Christine Perriott. This morning Supreme Court Justice John Muria agreed with Perriott’s attorney Lois Young, saying [...]

Arbitration tribunal in B.T.L. dispute coming together

In other labour news, it appears that the long delayed arbitration panel established to resolve the original labour dispute at B.T.L., is finally coming together. Sources tell News Five that [...]

Supreme Court application filed against Ara Macao

It has been a busy session for the civil side of the Supreme Court and earlier this week another important suit was filed, this time against a proposed tourism development [...]

April is poetry month

You might not have realised it, but April first marked the beginning of Poetry Month in Belize. The event is the brainchild of the Belizean Poets Society and is being [...]

B.T.L. introduces new international Webtalk service

In December, B.T.L. launched its voice over internet protocol programme called Webtalk, with which people living in Belize can make cheaper calls to places all over the world using their [...]

K.H.M.H. staff prepares for busy weekend

Those Belizeans who will be working over the next four days -particularly in the medical field – will face a double burden. Not only are they deprived of a long [...]

Corozal youth stabbed to death; older sister detained

And in late news, police are reporting a homicide this afternoon in Corozal Town. Eighteen year old Dale Lino was stabbed to death around two this afternoon, allegedly following an [...]

Riders set for the 79th Cross Country Classic

A little after dawn on Saturday Belize’s most important annual sporting event will kick off for the seventy-ninth time. James Adderley, who has covered this race for what seems like [...]