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Doctors at K.H.M.H. still on ‘go slow’

There doesn’t seem to any solution in sight for the go slow by doctors at the K.H.M.H. While a strike was called of on Wednesday, there remains a number of [...]

Major discrepancies found in purchases by K.H.M.H.

Documents made available to News Five suggest that there are major discrepancies in the prices of several medications purchased by the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital, one of the points of [...]

K.H.M.H. board members cope with ‘go slow’

While it appears that there are huge differences in the prices for medical supplies acquired from different sources, doctors at the KHMH have been complaining about the lack of basic [...]

Constitutional amendment to allow dual citizens in govt office

The government intends to introduce several controversial amendments to the constitution this coming Friday in the House of Representatives. One of the changes intends to replace the highest court, the [...]

Bill to replace Privy Council with C.C.J.

Courtenay also spoke about the government’s decision to amend the constitution for replacing the Privy Council with the Caribbean Court of Justice. While he had strong reservations about the situation [...]

Govt versus Landowners Assn goes back to court

The well known appeal of the government versus Barry Bowen and the Landowners Association goes back into court on Friday. The C.J. on February thirteenth, 2009 ruled against a proposal [...]

N.T.U.C.B. berates G.O.B. on taxes and amendments

While the problems in the health system have escalated to crisis proportions and there are concerns over proposed constitutional amendments, there are other hot button issues on the current state [...]

Flooding at Kendal causeway and Middlesex Bridge…

The heavy rains on Wednesday caused flooding in many parts of the country, but the most affected were the community of Middlesex and villagers who regularly cross the Kendal River. [...]

…And hydrologist says blame it on the rain

So what was behind Wednesday’s downpour? Well, it’s the hurricane season and according to the National Meteorological Service, there are a number of tropical waves heading our way… and that [...]

‘Battle Cancer Walk’ in Placencia next weekend

The Belize District Cancer Walk was held this past weekend, and if you missed it, there’s another chance to walk for the cause. The third annual ‘Battle Cancer Walk’ is [...]

Healthy Living examines heartburns

Heartburns are caused by many factors and can be handled easily. If the condition is prolonged, however, you are advised to get medical attention. Healthy Living tackles this issue. Marleni [...]