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Amendment to Essential Services Act postponed…

Relations between The National Trade Union Congress of Belize and the government had gone sour in the past months. But it now appears that government has sweetened the pot for [...]

…And NTUCB place on Housing Oversight Committee in sight

While the postponement qualifies as a victory, the N.T.U.C.B. is keeping its fingers crossed and still hoping for a place on the Venezuelan Grant and Housing oversight Committee. Minister of [...]

Fugitive caught over two years later in Texas

Turning to the courts, he was on the run for two years after his daring escape from the cops. Thirty-four year old Dennis Quilter became a fugitive on April sixteenth [...]

Bail offered to accused in plot to murder Shoman family

While Quilter was on the run for over two years, the six men accused of plotting to murder the Shoman family have been in and out of court for the [...]

Charles and Hirian Good plan to sue the government

The saga of the Goods started on August third when Hirian Good lost her job as a school warden because she voted blue in the last general election. Hirian and [...]

Post mortem conducted on body of Darrel Francis

Darrel Francis’ life ended with one shot. A post mortem examination conducted on the body of the twenty-one year old certifies that the cause of death was asphyxiation due to [...]

Western Union safe found, but without $60,000

Last week Monday Western Union relocated to its new location in Belize City. And within days a heist at the new office at the Thurton Building on Coney Drive had [...]

Fake water services cheques in circulation

Belize Water Services’ logo and personnel signatures were plastered on fraudulent cheques that were cashed in different parts of the country. Whoever the con artist was did a pretty good [...]

Woman claims brutality by cop husband

A twenty-six year old mother of two claimed she was victim of police brutality but soon the tables turned on her and she was charged with Assaulting a Policeman whilst [...]

Investigation underway into death of infant

An investigation is underway to determine whether malpractice or negligence was the cause of another baby’s death which occurred on Friday at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. The child was [...]

Independence celebrations launched at St. George’s Caye

The September celebrations kicked off this afternoon with an opening ceremony held at the earliest capital of Belize, Saint George’s Caye where the battle took place in 1798. And today [...]

Zelda Wade Hill wins celebrations theme competition

Also at St. George’s Caye, the September celebrations logo and theme were unveiled. But oops! If you couldn’t read it was because it was upside down. Nonetheless, the winning theme: [...]