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Dep. of Environment gives go ahead to David Gegg’s Sea Trek

They say that progress brings problems and tonight a new project in San Pedro Town is in the eye of the storm.  There are numerous environmental woes which the residents [...]

David Gegg defends his investment on San Pedro

But the developer of the proposed project, David Gegg, says the concerns are based on unrealistic impressions and false information.  The project was originally planned for the Tuffy area, south [...]

Price of fuel rises above ten dollars

What happened to the Prime Minister’s promise that things would ‘get betta no matta what’? That’s the question that comes to mind when you buy just about everything, including fuel. [...]

Residents don’t think CitCo has the capacity to tackle crime

Belize City Mayor, Zenaida Flowers this past week, launched an initiative aimed at preventing crime. Billed as a summit, the event attracted known personalities but does the City Council have [...]

Investors say ‘drill baby drill’ but San Pedranos say no to oil prospectors

The international news has been replete with the horrors of the massive oil spill off the Gulf of Mexico.  Eighty-five thousand barrels have spilled so far since the well exploded [...]

Sarteneja residents say government cancelled land titles

The all too familiar problem of land has reached the remote village of Sarteneja in the Corozal District.  Unlike other villages that are growing exponentially, the availability of land is [...]

British High Commissioner takes on elections

Many are still glued to television sets as the drama continues to unfold in Britain, where general elections have resulted in a hung parliament following Thursday’s poll. Labor’s Gordon Brown [...]

Lord Michael Ashcroft discusses British politics

While the British High Commissioner speculates on the outcome of the election, another peer discussed the elections last night on the British Broadcast Corporation (BBC).  Lord Michael Ashcroft is the [...]

First female president of Costa Rica to be inaugurated

Throughout our history, Belize has not had a woman run for Prime Minister.  But the region is fast catching on to the power wielded by strong women.  Both Panama and [...]

Minister of State Juan Coy in accident

There are reports just into our newsroom that Minister of State, Juan Coy was involved in a traffic mishap this evening in Indian Creek in the Toledo District.  We understand [...]

Popular Johnson & Johnson medications recalled

In January, Johnson and Johnson, one of the most trusted manufacturers of over the counter medications recalled a long list of products that may have been tainted. And today that [...]

January Jones swims with the sharks

When you think of sharks, many people think of ‘Jaws’, the unstoppable man eating fish. Sharks have gotten a bad reputation in most movies spawned from Hollywood.  And the truth [...]

Safiyyah finds parties and an eating competition

Around the globe and in our own corner, celebrations are being held to honor mothers. Safiyyah has suggestions of where you can wine and dine that special person this weekend. [...]