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More allegations of corruption at Lands Department surface

Allegations of corruption at the Ministry of Natural Resources, have surfaced from time to time but generally have been ignored by G.O.B. But today those charges made it to the [...]

B.E.L. says it is prepared for possibility of power interruption

The announced power outages were expected to begin today and when we contacted B.E.L. on Thursday the company said it is preparing for any power outage that may occur as [...]

Tests reveal that Belize is still without Influenza A (H1N1)…

At news time tonight Belize has been spared and is still free of Influenza A (H1N1). This is the official word coming from this morning’s press conference held by the [...]

…And medication on the way in case of flu infections

The virus has affected over twenty-four countries including several in Central America but as we reported earlier, there are still no known confirmed cases in the jewel. And treatment in [...]

Mayor Zenaida Moya marries Troy Flowers

Belize City’s outspoken mayor walked down the aisle on Thursday night and wedded her long time boyfriend Troy “Dalla” Flowers. The guest included the G.G., the P.M., others in government [...]

Daniel Archer is the latest Lotto Winner

Daniel Archer, a bus driver for Mahogany Height’s has been buying lotto for approximately six years and it has finally paid off. Tonight Archer is over sixty thousand dollars richer [...]

Taxi driver found guilty of rape

A taxi driver who was found guilty of rape on Tuesday will be spending twelve years behind bars. Thirty-nine year old Levi Jackson got the bad news today after he [...]

Ronald Flowers sentenced for robbing Justice of the Peace

A nineteen year old robber was extensively wounded and beaten when his partner in crime left him hanging. When Ronald Flowers appeared before Chief Magistrate Margaret McKenzie, he pleaded guilty [...]

Police look for suspect in aggravated assault case

In other news, Police are looking for a suspect in relation to the aggravated assault of a mechanic of the Port Loyola Area. Around eleven Wednesday night, nineteen year old [...]

Arson destroys mobile home

The most recent act of arson occurred late Wednesday night when a fire around eleven p.m. destroyed the home of Daniel Brisebois and Melissa Benites. The forty-eight year old Canadian [...]

Casinos in Free Zone to be opened

The World Health Organization and the Pan American Health Organization have commended the collaborative effort by the Ministry of Health in keeping the surveillance and prevention of the Influenza A [...]

Seventeen riders in Female Cross Country Cycling Classic

It’s been around for the past twenty years and the Female Cross Country Cycling Classic is now a tradition on Mothers’ Day. On Sunday, seventeen women will put aside their [...]

Art students create a sculpture garden at S.J.C.

Following months of planning, the faculty and students of the Arts Program at the Saint John’s College Junior College inaugurated its newest project, a sculpture garden located on the campus. [...]

Safiyyah has the safe spots to be entertained this weekend

There’s a lack of large public activities for the weekend because of the Influenza A H1N1 scare, but there’s no need to be bored. Safiyyah has some tips to stay [...]