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17 year old Kadeem Monsanto murdered in afternoon shooting

Early this afternoon, seventeen year old Kadeem Monsanto was gunned down by three men; he died soon after he was rushed to the hospital. The minor is the second son [...]

P.M. says Mexico’s President favorable to CFE electricity negotiations

Prime Minister Dean Barrow returned this afternoon from the International Conference to pledge support for the Central America Security Strategy in Guatemala City. While regional security was the headline focus, [...]

Prime Minister says Chamber of Commerce is narrow-minded

Negotiations with Mexico’s CFE will now take place under the auspices of Sir Manuel Esquivel to solve the energy crisis. But the local clash with the government and the Belize [...]

Premium and regular gas go down while diesel goes up

There’s good and bad news for drivers, depending on what type of fuel your vehicle uses. On Wednesday night, the pump price for premium gasoline rolled back thirteen cents and [...]

Chamber of Commerce’s Senator, Godwin Hulse, speaks about B.E.L.

Earlier in the newscast, the Prime Minister criticized the Chamber of Commerce for their position that is contrary to the government’s, on Monday’s hasty expropriation of the Belize Electricity Limited.  [...]

Senator says it’s sad that conversation went from ensuring reliable power to racist remarks

Hulse also commented on statements made to the effect that it was necessary to take back B.E.L. from foreigners. The senator says he finds it sad that the conversation went [...]

BCCI’s V.P. of Services defends Chamber President

The Chamber’s Vice President of Services, Israel Marin, was also on this morning’s Open Your Eyes. He responded to government’s statement which questioned the loyalty of Chamber Executives and its [...]

Patrick Faber explains his ministry’s undertaking to boost southern performance

On Wednesday the top twenty-five brilliant PSE scorers were recognized in Belize City. The students that scored best were from the Belize, Orange Walk and Cayo districts, but there were [...]

The future of young men in the education system

Among the top twenty-five students, there were only nine males; they represent a mere thirty-two percent of country’s brightest. And with seventeen percent of primary school aged students not in [...]

Dog bites passerby and owner in court

Turning to the courts, allowing a ferocious dog to be at large; it’s not a common charge, but it’s the reason why a Belize City doctor appeared in Magistrates Court [...]

Safe sex protection on the decrease among two high risk groups

The most recent statistics for HIV/AIDS show a decrease in new infections but while we are being spared in that area, there is some grim news to report. The Pan [...]

Human Rights Commission to address community on risky crime bills

The bills that went through second and third readings in the House of Representatives are intended to help curb the violent crimes that are plaguing the streets of Belize, particularly [...]

Healthy Living expands its knowledge about varicose veins

Women over fifty years of age are particularly prone to the unsightly spider or varicose veins. The spider veins show easily while the varicose veins take longer to surface. There [...]

Belize Business Bureau speaks against government’s nationalization of B.E.L.

The Belize Chamber of Commerce has had its say and today, the Belize Business Bureau fired off a release expressing similar sentiments against the expropriation of Belize Electricity Limited. The [...]

Inquest into slain cop’s death shows self defense

A coroner’s inquest into the shooting death of Corporal Gavin Sanchez concluded today and the final decision is just the opposite of what his family was hoping for. After deliberating [...]