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Housing Minister chastises U.D.P. area rep. Marcel Cardona

The Venezuelan housing money ended up in government hands; that is all of eighteen point five million dollars. But the money is still embroiled in battle and this time it [...]

But Cardona’s cousin says it’s all poli-tricks

Cardona has been trying to make a comeback politically but his main opponent is believed to be Landy Burns who is also in the construction business in Orange Walk. That [...]

Post-mortem exam conducted on murder victim

We reported on Monday night on the senseless homicide of sixteen year old Austin Tillett at Mahogany Heights. Four minors are still being questioned and have not yet been charged. [...]

Demonstrators get explanation from Social Investment Fund

The cries of the Concerned Builders of Dangriga who demonstrated at the entrance to Dangriga on Monday did not fall on deaf ears. Today, the implementing agency they staged the [...]

Alliance Bank changes ownership

It opened its doors in January of 2001 under the Glenn Godfrey business group, and nine years after bearing the name the Alliance Bank, the financial institution is changing its [...]

Stephen Bain wakes up to $1000 plus water bill

It’s usually the lowest utility bill in the average household, but for one Freedom Street resident, his last water bill totaled more than twice as much as he would normally [...]

Date set for National Basketball Team’s Tribunal

The COCABA games played in Cancun, Mexico almost a month ago and memories are still vivid as the national basketball team, Belizean Heritage, beat all the Central American teams and [...]

Parolee heads back to prison after new charges of robbery

A Lemonal villager, thirty-three year old Wayne Anthony, is expected to have his parole revoked. That’s because he is accused of robbing city resident, twenty-one year old Lueton Williams, while [...]

Accused rapist claims innocence

Also in court, the trial of accused rapist, DJ/hotel owner Lewis Leiva, continued today. During day four, very interesting tidbits came out in testimony. Leiva testified and gave his version [...]

Cabinet establishes desk to reach Belizeans living abroad

Cabinet met in regular session today and at its conclusion, a release refers to four issues tabled. What caught our eyes was a decision to engage the large Belizean Diaspora [...]

Annual Expo and Trade Show gets a new name

The annual Expo Trade Show, which is organized by the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is one of the highly anticipated events when September rolls around. But this year, [...]

Kendal River back to normal levels

There is good news for persons who could not get pass the low lying bridge at the Kendal River on Monday. The crossing was deemed passable and re-opened to traffic [...]

Several high schools say no participation in Carnival

Will high school students participate in the carnival? The answer is still not known, and organizers of the mas bands are running out of time. According to Organizer of Jump [...]

Andrew Zimmern’s Bizarre World features Belize

You may know him from the Travel Channel show Bizarre Foods, but the famous chef, food critic and writer, Andrew Zimmern, is covering more ground in his new series Bizarre [...]