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Deputy Leader of the Opposition denounces budget

The Prime Minister read a list of goods from which he intends to remove import duties.  The list includes:  cooking oils, luncheon meat, potted meat, macaroni and cheese dinner, and [...]

PM to Musa: “Stubborn jackass and I will be your stubborn driver”

Earlier we reported on the budget for the new financial year and the additional taxes that will be imposed. But the House meeting would not be over without the usual [...]

John Briceño says budget is a chokehold on Belizeans

While the Barrow Administration presented its third annual budget before the National Assembly, Belizeans continue to prepare for inevitable tax increases in what will be an overall difficult financial year [...]

Court allows Dean Fuller access to his frozen accounts

The appeal of Belize City businessman Dean Fuller was dealt with today before a three-member panel of judges at the Court of Appeal.  Fuller was represented by Senior Counsel Eamon [...]

Robbers escape with cash from Social Security Board

Late this afternoon, the latest robbery was reported. It took place at the offices of Social Security Board in the city. The thieves were on time for the mid month [...]

Decapitated hog head found at Clear the Land’s office

And we’ve heard about the hog head for various cultural practices – the hog head dance, the baked hog head and there’s the pig snout which is taken from the [...]

Woman who stabbed her foe in the throat is spared prison time

Sentencing was reserved for this morning in the case of twenty-three old Theophelia Brakeman after Magistrate Sharon Frazer found her guilty of grievous harm. The wait was worth her while [...]

Former cop acquitted of charges for stealing $175,000 in fuel

And the Chief Magistrate heard the preliminary inquiry in the case of twenty six year old Leroy Kerr, a former police officer. Kerr was accused of stealing one hundred and [...]

Juan Coy says Teul was drunk so police had to arrest him

In the margins of today’s House meeting, we caught up with Juan Coy, the Minister of State, in the Ministry of Human Development and Social Transformation. Coy was in the [...]

Four buildings burn to the ground in Placencia

It’s a growing tourist destination, but over the weekend Placencia Village was the location of an inferno that demolished four buildings. At about three-thirty on Saturday afternoon the village volunteer [...]

James Adderley with the weekend champs in Sports Monday

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and here’s your weekly dish of Sports Monday. Week five of the Caribbean Motors Cup brought Paradise Freedom Fighters to the M.C.C. Grounds as they [...]