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Musician says life was at risk at Southern Regional Hospital

There is one more allegation to add to a long and growing list of charges of negligence in the national health system. This latest claim comes from a popular local [...]

B.T.L. gives one week notice before pulling plug on Smart

In August the government nationalized Belize Telemedia Limited and since then it has made public statements against its competitor, Smart. The two have embarked on aggressive marketing campaigns, but Telemedia [...]

Flores Bus owner and 4 supporters protest U.D.P. headquarters

The Flores Bus Line that runs the Ladyville/Lords Bank route already has a legal matter with the Transport Department before the courts. The injunction came after the Department suspended Flores [...]

Transport Minister says bus owners keep breaking regulations

But this afternoon, Minister of Transport, Melvin Hulse, said the problem lies with the same ring of bus owners who keep breaking the regulations and the schedules. Melvin Hulse, Minister [...]

PUC amends BWSL business plan and rates proposal

The Public Utilities Commission has reviewed a multi-million dollar business plan submitted by the Belize Water Services Limited and has approved a water rate increase of ten point six percent [...]

Burglar caught after dog chases him up a tree

The long arms of the law also caught up today with a Belize City man, who lied to the court about his name and court record. Fifty-eight year old Frank [...]

Graphic designer turns out to be scammer

He faces a string of charges for Obtaining Property by Deception but he has never been convicted. Thirty-four year old graphic designer, Artemio Acosta, of Neal Pen Road was this [...]

Former Barbados PM on the recession in the Caribbean…

Owen Arthur; he is the former prime minister of Barbados who has bragging rights to record economic growth in his country during his fourteen year tenure. While he is not [...]

…And reasons to go the CCJ way

Still on CARICOM, Prime Minister Dean Barrow announced on June nineteenth of this year that the Privy Council will be replaced with the Caribbean Court of Justice as the final [...]

Former Colombian President talks about tension with Venezuela

The other former leader in Belize this week was Cesar Gaviria of Colombia. Gaviria is of prominence not only for his presidency but also for the work he did as [...]

Cesar Gaviria says it’s time for Cuba’s inclusion in the region

The former OAS Secretary General also spoke about one of Belize’s close allies, Cuba. The Cuban Mission to Belize is involved in numerous technical and cooperation initiatives, including a large [...]

Is it too late for ousted Honduran president?

Closer to home, Gaviria also weighed in on the military coup d’état that ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya. He felt that the situation had reached the point that Zelaya would [...]

Garifuna Settlement Day activities in Belize City and Griga

It is the eve of Garifuna Day celebrations, and whether or not you are heading south to the cradle of the Garifuna community you can still enjoy the celebrations. Channel [...]

Contemporary Paranda Artist, Nuru, launches CD

You will remember him as one of the big voices behind the Garifuna Kids, the Garifuna Legacy Band and the L.A. based Punta Band sensation, Ibayani. And tonight, thirty-four year [...]

Musician says life was at risk at Southern Regional Hospital

There is one more allegation to add to a long and growing list of charges of negligence in the national health system. This latest claim comes from a popular local [...]

B.T.L. gives one week notice before pulling plug on Smart

In August the government nationalized Belize Telemedia Limited and since then it has made public statements against its competitor, Smart. The two have embarked on aggressive marketing campaigns, but Telemedia [...]

Flores Bus owner and 4 supporters protest U.D.P. headquarters

The Flores Bus Line that runs the Ladyville/Lords Bank route already has a legal matter with the Transport Department before the courts. The injunction came after the Department suspended Flores [...]

Transport Minister says bus owners keep breaking regulations

But this afternoon, Minister of Transport, Melvin Hulse, said the problem lies with the same ring of bus owners who keep breaking the regulations and the schedules. Melvin Hulse, Minister [...]

PUC amends BWSL business plan and rates proposal

The Public Utilities Commission has reviewed a multi-million dollar business plan submitted by the Belize Water Services Limited and has approved a water rate increase of ten point six percent [...]

Burglar caught after dog chases him up a tree

The long arms of the law also caught up today with a Belize City man, who lied to the court about his name and court record. Fifty-eight year old Frank [...]

Graphic designer turns out to be scammer

He faces a string of charges for Obtaining Property by Deception but he has never been convicted. Thirty-four year old graphic designer, Artemio Acosta, of Neal Pen Road was this [...]

Former Barbados PM on the recession in the Caribbean…

Owen Arthur; he is the former prime minister of Barbados who has bragging rights to record economic growth in his country during his fourteen year tenure. While he is not [...]

…And reasons to go the CCJ way

Still on CARICOM, Prime Minister Dean Barrow announced on June nineteenth of this year that the Privy Council will be replaced with the Caribbean Court of Justice as the final [...]

Former Colombian President talks about tension with Venezuela

The other former leader in Belize this week was Cesar Gaviria of Colombia. Gaviria is of prominence not only for his presidency but also for the work he did as [...]

Cesar Gaviria says it’s time for Cuba’s inclusion in the region

The former OAS Secretary General also spoke about one of Belize’s close allies, Cuba. The Cuban Mission to Belize is involved in numerous technical and cooperation initiatives, including a large [...]