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Telemedia and G.O.B.: Pressure up!

It is eyeball to eyeball between the Barrow Administration and Telemedia over the Accommodation agreement signed in 2005 between the two. On one side the government has declared it as [...]

Patrick Faber, Prime Minister for a Day

At the time Telemedia was making its statements, Prime Minister Dean Barrow was leaving Belize for the scheduled twenty-fourth meeting of the Bureau of the Conference of Heads of Government [...]

Ombudsboy freed of Agreement to Influence an Officer charge

And in the Supreme Court, the case against Lionel Castillo, known as the Ombudsboy, finally came before Justice Herbert Lord today and Castillo walked free when Director of Public Prosecutions [...]

Ian Blake charged with Unlawful Carnal Knowledge

And in the lower court, tonight a Mahogany Height resident is in prison, accused of the carnal knowledge of a female child. Forty year old Ian Blake appeared in Magistrates’ [...]

25 cents dispute ends in Aggravated Assault with Firearm

Also in the Magistrates’ Court, a dispute over twenty-five cents has landed a businessman in jail. The incident in question occurred around six p.m. on Monday when seventeen year old [...]

Jhermack Lopez breaks into ex-girlfriend’s bedroom

Eighteen year old Jhermack Lopez, a labourer of Amara Avenue, who allegedly broke into the house of his ex-girlfriend twenty-three year old Lisa Alvarez and choked her, was charged with [...]

Alburn Plunkett walks free of Murder charge

And in another case in the Supreme Court, one more witness refused to testify at a murder trial, and the accused also walked free. Twenty- five year old Alburn Plunkett, [...]

Gold chain thief is too slow on the pedal

A thief who tried to rob a man of his gold chain was caught dead in his tracks. Twenty-one year old Victor Gibbs reported to police that around six-fifteen Wednesday [...]

Another negative documentary about Belize?

While on the issue of crime, remember the Ross Kemp documentary on the gangs in Belize? It made many wary of foreign journalists portraying Belize as a dangerous place where [...]

World oil prices fall below fifty dollars

In economic news, the price of crude oil plummeted to its lowest yet today at below fifty U.S. dollar, at forty nine dollars ninety one cents a barrel. This is [...]

Mikado owner tells insurance company to pay up

The fire was back on March twenty-sixth and while construction is underway for the landmark building in downtown Belize City, the proprietors are crying foul. Jose Sanchez reports. Jose Sanchez, [...]

Regional insurance association meets in Belize

But there is one Belizean who stands to benefit from insurers. The Caribbean Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (CARAIFA) whose members offer life insurance and financial services are in [...]

N.C.F.C. has open day on its activities

In other news, you don’t hear about them very often, but for over a decade the National Committee for Families and Children has been acting as the major advisory body [...]

Telemedia launches Digicell Messenger service

Earlier in this newscast, we reported that Telemedia is taking on the government, but not so for the consumers because the well known Digicell Triangle is now being followed by [...]

Healthy Living looks at diet and exercise for diabetics

To conclude our three part series on Diabetes, Healthy Living looks at diet and exercise and what every diabetic person needs to know to complement the medication they take. Marleni [...]