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San Ignacio Hospital private patient files scattered at old site

The Ministry of Health is still reeling from the effects of the death of thirteen newborns, seven of whom died from a bacterial outbreak at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital [...]

Luke Espat trains political eye on Cayo

Businessman Luke Espat, largely recognized for his controversial roles in an unsuccessful projects such as the failed cruise tourism project at the port, has announced his intention to run on [...]

Bankrupt political aspirant? Luke says gutsy investor

And as for his business woes, which include failed ventures, multiple receiverships such as the Renaissance, Crocland and even bankruptcy…Espat says that business is separate from politics. He says that [...]

Who killed Pedro Antonio Vasquez?

On Sunday morning, fifty-one-year-old Pedro Antonio Vasquez, a Guatemalan national, was brutally murdered in Benque Viejo del Carmen after a night of socializing on the town.  While his son initially [...]

Venezuelan Lebanese national says no involvement in Salvador cocaine bust

There are fresh details on Samer Akil Rada, the Venezuelan Lebanese businessman, whose name has been linked to eight hundred and eighty pounds of cocaine that was consigned to the [...]

Chamber supports PACMAN’s motion for new public account committee

Earlier this year, the Auditor General came under siege by the Guardian Newspaper, the political arm of the United Democratic Party Government. Dorothy Bradley’s reports for 2010-2011 spoke of many [...]

Chamber president says recent Auditor General report needs examining

But Espat is going to have a very hard time tabling the motion to reorganize the PAC since Prime Minister Dean Barrow has said that he will bring his proverbial [...]

Eight Belizeans get scholarships to Mexican University

The Mexican Embassy has announced that eight Belizeans have received scholarships to attend three and four year programs in Mexico. The opportunity comes under the Belize-Mexico Bi-lateral Agreement.  Students will [...]

Leader of Opposition respects ruling of CCJ

Prime Minister Dean Barrow has lashed out at the previous P.U.P. administration following a ruling by the Caribbean Court of Justice. The CCJ struck down a settlement agreement signed by [...]

PM chides Francis Fonseca for signing Accommodation Agreement

Prime Minister Barrow has also stated that he has little doubt that the CCJ ruling will have a negative impact on Fonseca’s quest to become Prime Minister of Belize. To [...]

Accused of sexual assault but paying fines keeps accused out of jail

Twenty-six year old Shawn Eusey was today spared from remand at the Central Prison following charges of theft and the aggravated assault of an indecent nature upon a thirty-one year [...]

U-16 football team earns respect at competition

The Belize jaguars did not bring home the medal, but an up and coming team of young footballers in an international competition in Merida have made the jewel proud. The [...]

Corozal House of Culture launches exhibit of talented 12 year old

A twelve year old student from Corozal Town who has just enrolled to start high school, is flying solo at the Corozal House of Culture.  Caitlyn Tillett is perhaps the [...]

National Song Competition set for this Saturday

The bramming and jamming of the September celebrations are less than a month away, but this weekend the National Institute of Culture and History will be putting off what is [...]

Superstar performances at the Bliss

Superstar hopefuls return to the Bliss stage tonight… There will be no more Group A or Group B. In a short while the two groups merge into one to perform [...]

San Pedro town councilor involved in catfight

San Pedro town councilor Carlos Barrientos was reportedly detained by police on the island, following a brawl at the Reef Village Resort over the weekend.  Barrientos was purportedly at the [...]