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B.M.D.U. still in discussions with K.H.M.B. board…

The controversy on the procurement of medical supplies at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital continues unabated and there are more allegations and rebuttals. Up to news time, the parties were [...]

…And salary of chairman questionable

While doctors continue locked in negotiations with the management of the K.H.M.H., there is one man who has a lot to answer. News Five has obtained a copy of a [...]

More bloated pharmaceutical contracts surface

And still on the contracts, there is more information available about medical suppliers to the K.H.M.H. News Five has obtained a copy of the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Supplies Tender of [...]

PM commissions investigation into supplies procurements

Still on the issue of the reports of fleecing at the K.H.M.H., the Prime Minister’s office says that the P.M., who leaves for New York on Tuesday, has commissioned a [...]

4 murders over the weekend; including City Councillor’s brother

It was another deadly weekend and criminals were on a rampage. Tonight, there are four murders to report —three which took place in the City alone. We start with the [...]

Body of partially nude woman found

And while Singh’s post-mortem has not been completed, shortly after two this afternoon, Pathologist, Doctor Estradabran, was called to the scene of another murder. This latest homicide involves a woman, [...]

‘Chap’ shot several times to body and head

The third murder of the city occurred shortly after two o’clock Saturday afternoon when a group of friends socializing on Yarborough Road came under fire. Twenty-five year old Jonathan Faber [...]

Benque Viejo man sentenced to life for Murder

But a man from Benque Viejo del Carmen will spend the remainder of his life behind bars on a murder conviction. Miguel Matus was on trial in the Belmopan Supreme [...]

Faith Mission closes Western Christian Academy

The problems at a high school in the Cayo District continue to mount and this past Friday things got physical. There wasn’t a fight, but police had to be called [...]

CARICOM treaty to change price of alcohol

If you have been waiting to indulge in CARICOM spirits, well there is good news because beer from the region will soon be available locally at competitive prices. In the [...]

Former attorney general speaks about AG post…

There were many issues… and dirty laundry aired at last Friday’s sitting of the House of Representatives. A number of amendments to the constitution were tabled, two that change appointments [...]

…And replacement of Privy Council with C.C.J.

One area that government is not seeing much opposition is a move to replace the Privy Council with the Caribbean Court of Justice as the final appellate court. Courtenay this [...]

Fire trucks were bought… not donated

We reported two weeks ago that the National Fire Service had received eight right-hand fire trucks from the United Kingdom. The Ministry of Public Utilities and National Emergency Management stated [...]

US judge quits membership in Belizean Grove

We reported last week Tuesday that U.S. Supreme Court nominee, Sonia Sotomayor’s, membership in an exclusive women’s club was causing controversy as the nominee headed for the confirmation hearings in [...]

Olga Cook wins Miss Y Pageant

If you didn’t make it to the Miss Y Pageant on Saturday night, you missed out on a lot of entertainment. Six ladies, ages sixty to seventy-six showed off their [...]

Atlantic Bank wins first game of Inter-Office finals

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and you’re locked into this weekly rush of Sports Monday. The B.P.F.L. moved to conclude the second round of the playoffs this weekend but was [...]