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Glenn Tillett takes S.S.B.’s Telemedia investment to Court

The Social Security Board made the decision to use fifty million dollars of the people’s money to buy shares in Telemedia. It did so over the objections of the social [...]

Independent Mayor Moya Flowers freed of more charges

The political career of Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers has been on a rollercoaster since she was first elected as the city’s first female mayor. Today it was on a high [...]

ZEMO Flowers considers taking part in the next general elections

While the legal battles are now behind her and she can breathe a sigh of relief, the past thirteen months have been the most trying time of Moya’s political career.  [...]

Viewers agree on investigation into human trafficking scandal

The leaders in the recently exposed human smuggling ring are highly connected persons and there officially seems to be more concern about leaks than about getting to the bottom of [...]

Air Century not responsible for Chinese nationals

After the revelation that human- traffickers managed to land three planes at the Philip Goldson International Airport in September and October and their human cargo headed across the border, public [...]

P.U.P. calls on S.S.B. and Gov’t to respect the will of the unions

The B.T.L. shares were launched for sale on October fifteenth, and from what we gather, the sale to the public is moving at a snail’s pace. Digicel Caribbean had indicated [...]

Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association still unable to make payments

Up north, there’s still a quandary over the third payment to farmers for the 2009-2010 that was due this past Monday. Belize Sugar Industries Limited has been unable to come [...]

Principal charged for sexually assaulting school warden

We reported on Tuesday night that Denroy Tillett, the principal of the Belmopan Comprehensive School, was arrested for sexually assaulting a female employee of the school. This morning Tillett was [...]

Shooting victim, Keith Middleton, speaks from hospital bed

Twice attempts were made on his life and twice he survived. Keith Middleton has been before the courts on a number of charges but there have been no convictions against [...]

Operation Jaguar gets a loaded weapon off the streets

Steven Polonio just turned nineteen and already he is a known face at the courthouse. His most recent charges are for Keeping an Unlicensed Firearm and Keeping Unlicensed Ammunition. Police [...]

Woman’s allegations about theft and kidnapping were false

The charges brought by Leanora Rhaburn against her nineteen year old estranged common-law, Dennis Carr, landed him an interdiction and a court appearance.  But today before newly appointed Magistrate Kayla [...]

Minor killed in traffic accident

There is late breaking news tonight of a fatal traffic accident in the Cayo District.  The incident reportedly occurred in Georgeville Village at around six thirty this evening and the [...]

Brukdong Competition to honor Wilfred Peters

You might be hearing a lot of Punta music on the radio as Garifuna Settlement Day approaches, but soon the airwaves will be flooded with Christmas songs. And with Christmas, [...]

Diabetes Association week takes the sugar out of your diet

It is one of the leading causes of death in the world and Belize is no exception. This week the Belize Diabetes Association is taking the opportunity to sensitize the [...]