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Doctors demand removal of Board Chairman/Dir. of Finance…

The ongoing impasse between the Belize Medical and Dental Union and management at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital is one week old and has now reached boiling point. And after [...]

…And chairman’s wife owns company that supplies K.H.M.H.

And while the controversy rages on at the K.H.M.H., there is more coming to light on the purchasing of supplies at scandalous prices. One man in the centre of the [...]

Opposition wants independent inquiry of K.H.M.H.

The Prime Minister has called for a quick investigation into the alleged corruption taking place at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital but the opposition party says this is not going [...]

B.M.D.U. to meet with Labour Commissioner

And this just in, a press release from the government’s press office states that an attempt by the Ministries of Health and Labour to diffuse the crisis at the KHMH [...]

Education Ministry seeks to implement teacher commission

A proposed amendment to the Education Act is causing conflict among stakeholders. On one hand, the Ministry of Education says the amendment has been on the table for a year [...]

S.J.C. tuition increase transformed to donation

The Ministry of Education had another bone to pick with the SJC president. He said when one off his school wardens, a single mother, came to his office to ask [...]

Dispute of teachers/principals at Sadie Vernon

The minister of Education, Patrick Faber has another controversy on his plate and it has to do with the Sadie Vernon High School off Mahogany Street in Belize City. At [...]

BELTRAIDE finds new direction and loses 5 workers

There is trouble at BELTRAIDE, the beleaguered trade and investment agency of G.O.B. Earlier today, five members of staff, including two in senior ranks, handed in their resignation. The situation [...]

Lawyer for Christine Perriott removed from case

Christine Perriott versus Belize Telemedia Limited; it’s a highly publicized case that’s taken many turns in the courts. The most recent round went in favour of Telemedia. The background is [...]

Body of woman identified as Ella Mae Bennett

On Monday’s newscast we reported on the vicious murder of a woman on Central American Boulevard. Police have confirmed that the woman is forty-one year old Ella Mae ‘Gial Gial’ [...]

Alexander Underwood charged for Yarborough murder

In an update to the murder of twenty-five year old Jonathan Faber who was shot and killed on Saturday afternoon, police have arrested and charged a nineteen year old man. [...]

Two bodies fished out of Mopan River

Over the past two days, the bodies of two Guatemalan nationals were found floating in the Mopan River. In the first case, shortly after six Monday morning, police discovered the [...]

US report puts Belize on watch list for human trafficking

And the ninth annual Trafficking in Persons report has been released in the United States and it is not good news for the jewel. Belize is one of three CARICOM [...]

APAMO calls for better protection of reserves

UNESCO’s report on the state of Belize’s Barrier Reef, a World Heritage site, has confirmed that there needs to be better protection, not only in writing, but in practice of [...]

Smart donates $5,000 to the Belize Zoo

It is not a world Heritage site but still very recognized; that’s the Belize Zoo. SMART Belize donated approximately five thousand dollars to the zoo today through SMART Cares, a [...]