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K.H.M.H. doctors say most supplies bought through middle man…

The sweetheart deals in the purchase of medical supplies for the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital is stinking to high heaven. When News Five opened Pandora’s Box last week on the [...]

…And many of the purchases are useless

The Belize Medical and Dental Union also challenged this morning the management of the K.H.M.H. for a release issued on Monday in which they stated that there were printing errors [...]

B.M.D.U. president did not intentionally miss meeting

But as volatile as the situation is at the K.H.M.H., the doctors say they are willing to sit at the negotiating table. And in response to an official release on [...]

Doctors call for an independent audit

The B.M.D.U. also disclosed details of a fourteen point Memorandum of Understanding which they had hoped to sign with the K.H.M.H. Board on Monday. Union Secretary, Dr. Beatrice Thompson, says [...]

B.M.D.U. critical of utensils used at K.H.M.H.

There is no end to the litany of concerns and the B.M.D.U. is also critical of the state of the utensils they have to work with. Another issue that propped [...]

PM says Obama visit is possible

U.S. President Barack Obama has nominated his old college roommate and buddy Vinai Thummalapally as ambassador to Belize. Last Friday following the meeting of the House, the Prime Minister answered [...]

Belize to play Pan Am Women’s Championship in Venezuela

While the jury is out on whether the US President will come to the Jewel, there is one certainty; that Belize is heading to the softball qualifying games. That was [...]

More litigation to follow ruling in Krem vs. Sagis case

And this news, in a stunning eighty page ruling, the Court of Appeal last Friday, ordered that fifty thousand shares in Krem Radio currently in the name of Evan X [...]

Murder case falls apart as 3 witnesses fail to testify

Murder was the charge and a nolle prosequi, a now common word in our vocab, sounded musical to two men who appeared in court this morning. Twenty-seven year old Noel [...]

Body recovered from New River in Orange Walk

Yet another body was recovered from a river; the third one this week. The first two were retrieved from the Mopan River in the Benque Viejo area while body number [...]

P.M. responds to land development in reserves…

APAMO, the Association of Protected Management Organization, sounded its concerns to the government this past Tuesday about the UNESCO report which details the leases and commercial development within protected areas [...]

…And addresses UN on the World Financial Crisis

But today, the Prime Minister Dean Barrow was wearing the CARICOM hat as he addressed a United Nations Conference on the World Financial Crisis and its impact on development. Western [...]

Summer camp begins to recruit youths

You know its summer because aside from the heat, one sure way of identifying this time of year is the end of classes and the beginning of summer camps that [...]

City Council treats deserving youths to lunch at Princess

The Princess Hotel and Casino was abuzz with activity today as the children of Stella Maris School were hosted to a sumptuous lunch. The Princess group of companies in conjunction [...]