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Bus owners injunction pulls the brakes on Transport Dept.

A third legal challenge against the Transport Department was filed in the Supreme Court today. Two days ago, the Transport Department announced that it had approved new bus schedules for [...]

Former National Assembly clerk wins case against government

But one case against the government was settled earlier this week. Conrad Lewis was appointed clerk of the National Assembly in 2003 under the People’s United Party. His appointment had [...]

BEL and P.U.C. in court for pre-trial directions

And in the court of Justice Minett Hafiz, this morning, attorneys appeared on behalf of the Belize Electricity Limited and the Public Utilities Commission. The matter was merely to settle [...]

Crooked Tree land dispute takes another turn

On Thursday in Crooked Tree, the family of Jossiah Adolphus rounded up their neighbours in protest against the family of Muriel Tillett that is claiming one point five acres of [...]

Police release men who were detained after murder

Businessman Jason Coombs was shot at close range on Wednesday evening. The well executed murder has left police baffled over a motive as the thirty eight year old businessman was [...]

Attorney tells the father’s side of custody case

Richard and Gesenia Cook are still legally married, but they are involved in a battle over custody of their child. In 2005, media houses in Belize and the United States [...]

Food burglar gets meager six years

But forty-one year old Edwin Davis, a city resident, presently serving a one year jail term for theft, will extend his time behind bars by an additional six years. That’s [...]

KHMH financial audit complete

And the Commission of Inquiry of the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital is about to get underway. The audit report of the K.H.M.H. financial books for the period between the first [...]

Ann Terry turns a hundred and three this Sunday

Ann Terry of Berkeley Street in Belize City has lived a full life in fact she has lived more than a century. Terry will be having a birthday this Sunday, [...]

Salvation Army launches annual Kettle Appeal

You will know it is the beginning of the Christmas season, that’s because the Salvation Army’s Kettle’s Appeal was officially launched today in front of Brodies Supermarket in downtown Belize [...]

Truckloads of food donated to Liberty Foundation

Insurance Awareness Week ended today with a health fair at the B.T.L. Park. The week of activities highlighted the importance of life insurance in particular since just over forty thousand [...]

Bruk Dong competition keeps Kriol culture alive

With Christmas on the horizon, it’s time for the annual Bruk Down competition, which is sponsored by the National Institute of Culture and History. The event takes place every year [...]

Proshka launches new book and artwork

She has been featured in over twenty joint and solo art shows and has been a part of art exhibits in Belize, Texas, New York, Miami and Trinidad. Impulse and [...]

Safiyyah finds weekend and Garifuna Settlement Day fun

It’s the weekend leading up to Garifuna Settlement Day and there are several pageants and dances taking place in Belize City and the Culture Capital. Open Your Eyes will be [...]