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Electricity rates to be lowered

The prime minister has announced a number of incentives just before the March seventh municipal elections and general elections to follow. Just before news time, the Public Utility Commission (P.U.C.) [...]

Business Bureau wants Commission of Inquiry on S.S.B.

On Wednesday the board of the Social Security decided to suspend, effective immediately, C.E.O. Merlene Bailey and the Internal Auditor, Denise Mahler. It was an unprecedented move and a monumental [...]

Kim Simplis Barrow unfettered and brave

Kim Simplis Barrow, the wife of Prime Minister Dean Barrow, was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in early November. Since the stunning news, she has been back and forth [...]

Belize one of top 10 Maya Destinations

Where will you be when the world begins anew? That’s the question that’s being tossed around the world since it is the year of the Maya Calendar. There is a [...]

Wesley Church burglarized

For the third time in as many months Wesley Church on Albert Street has been targeted by thieves.  Sometime overnight the building was burglarized and an array of electronic items [...]

Accident on boulevard claims life

A construction worker was hit by a van on Wednesday as he rode his bicycle on the sidewalk on Central American Boulevard. According to police twenty-eight year old Solemni Chun [...]

Women’s fight had serious consequences

The trial against Kaycia Fuller, ended in mid December with a conviction for Use of Deadly Means of Harm with Intent to Cause Dangerous Harm. Today, there was more bad [...]

New fire-fighters join the service

Today the Belize National Fire Service officially welcomed a new intake of firemen.  The recruits, who trained for three months will be attached to stations around the country. Aside from [...]

At risk youths clean up neighborhood

Fern Lane is located in the St Marin de Porres area of Lake Independence. It is an area that has gained notoriety for gang warfare that has ended the lives [...]

A welcomed donation of wheelchairs

Sixty wheelchairs were handed over this morning to various persons with disabilities as well as some organizations. It is part of a donation of two hundred and fifty facilitated by [...]

Important lessons from the Tax Fair

The annual Revenue Tax Fair kicked off today in six locations across the country. Three departments that bring in revenue to the government coffers organized the event. In Belize City, [...]

VIP reprimands media for not doing enough

The third party known as Vision Inspired by the People has revealed their candidates for both Belize City and Belmopan Municipal Elections. And while they have fired up their yearning [...]

Healthy Living examines the curves in scoliosis

Do you notice an unusual tilt in your body? Do your child’s proportions seem asymmetrical?  It could be scoliosis.  Find out more about the symptoms and treatment options in tonight’s [...]