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Prime Minister intervenes in K.H.M.H. crisis

Prime Minister Dean Barrow stepped in today in the K.H.M.H. crisis that has been festering for more than three weeks, but if you thought that heads would roll in light [...]

Commission of Inquiry to investigate purchasing practices

According to the Prime Minister, he met earlier today with three members of the B.M.D.U. and he outlined the work of the Commission to be chaired by a Judicial Officer. [...]

Former K.H.M.H. C.E.O. says Dr. Fabro is lying…

The commission of inquiry will have plenty to look at since it appears that there is no end to the stench coming from the K.H.M.H. We reported on Thursday on [...]

…And current management by chairman is against regulations

And according to Rosado, the current Chairman’s management style is not only unethical, it is contrary to the K.H.M.H. regulations. Dr. Alvaro Rosado, Former C.E.O., K.H.M.H. “The K.H.M.H. Act specifically [...]

CitCo Financial Director reports irregularities to police

Turning to the City Council, after Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers was elected for a second term, Prime Minister Dean Barrow assigned Patrick Tillett as Financial Director to look after the [...]

Fultec businessman charged with laundering over $6 million

It is one of the biggest cases of money laundering in Belize, a whopping six point five million dollars that apparently involves an intricate web of companies and identity theft [...]

Charges dropped against one in $1.5 million laundering case

The other money laundering case, that of the Coye family, is taking a back seat to the Fuller case, but is still in the headlines. The one point five million [...]

Maya communal land rights case continues in court

It has consumed countless hours in court and perhaps that is the reason why Chief Justice Abdulai Conteh decided to use this Saturday to continue with the case. It is [...]

Banana workers get hefty award in union busting case

Antoinette Moore was successful in another landmark case that concluded Thursday. It had to do with six banana workers who were fired from Maya King Banana Farm owned by businessman, [...]

American sex offender gets fined for assault

A three-time sex offender from Bloomington Illinois was today fined two thousand dollars in Magistrate’s Court after he pleaded guilty to Aggravated Assault upon a Belizean hotel employee. Sixty two [...]

Former employee wins case against UB

Also in court, a former University of Belize employee was victorious in his second round of trial against the school. Mohammad Kamruzzaman was today awarded over forty thousand dollars in [...]

Home invasion and shooting on Police Street

A mother and son say they have been left traumatized by an armed robbery late Thursday night. At around nine, two brazen thieves walked into the home of Pedrina White [...]

Cab driver and passenger shot on Allenby Street

Two other persons were also injured last night in a second shooting that occurred at about the same time in Belize City. Taxi operator, thirty-nine year old Wilton Chaneb, and [...]

House collapses and resident homeless

A house in the Lake Independence area of Belize City toppled over early this morning. Luckily none of the occupants were at home. Simeon Thompson had only just left his [...]

Safiyyah gets in the groove at Jaguar Paw

Not because you’re old, it means your cold…and Safiyyah has the scoop on fun-filled summer events around the country for the young and the old. Hey I’m Safiyyah and this [...]