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King of Pop Michael Jackson dead at 50

We begin this newscast with the shocking death of Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, that occurred this afternoon. Reports that the pop icon had died stunned fans across the [...]

Assets of City Council crow footed to cover S.E.L. debt

The Belize City Council is facing hard times and it has been unable to meet a debt with Sanitation Enterprises Limited. S.E.L. closed down in January of 2008 and recently [...]

Saga of K.H.M.H. doctors vs. board gets C.E.O. emotional…

The story on the ongoing saga between the K.H.M.H. Board and the Belize Medical and Dental Union has been in the news for a week and it seems there is [...]

…And K.H.M.H. C.E.O. tries to explain rusty instruments

At the press conference the K.H.M.H. C.E.O., Francis Longsworth, went on to highlight areas in which the hospital has invested monies to improve the services. And while the doctors have [...]

At day’s end, medical union not satisfied with board

There is more on the K.H.M.H. The Board told the media this afternoon that they are not willing to have the Chairman, Doctor Ricardo Fabro, C.E.O., Francis Longsworth, and Finance [...]

Ministry officials absent from Sadie Vernon meeting…

The Sadie Vernon School in Belize City has closed for the summer holidays but that does not mean its problems are over. Earlier this week there was anticipation that positive [...]

…And P.T.A. Vice President speaks of victimization

And while Principal Baptist’s job is on the line, Gordon says so is the safety of the parents and students. She told us today that she has personally been threatened [...]

Public Service Week celebrated countrywide

Public officers across the land are celebrating Public Service Week with various activities. Earlier this week, many were honoured for their dedication and years of service in government. Today we [...]

Liberty Home for 47 kids at risk of closing

The public officers provided some relief today, but there is a startling reality facing Liberty Home. It is under financial crisis due to the worldwide economic downturn and the support [...]

Red Cross hurricane supplies container burglarized

It is not a typical Robin Hood story where thieves take from the rich to give to the poor; this time thieves took from the Belize Red Cross. This past [...]

City Council adds restroom to downtown park

This morning the Belize City Councillor responsible for parks and recreation, Eric Chang, along with Mayor Moya Flowers, cut ribbons for a new bus stop near courthouse and for a [...]

Healthy Living focuses on cataracts

Cataract is a painless, but bothersome eye condition that manifests itself at an older age. While it can cause loss of vision, it is not a diagnosis of definitive blindness. [...]