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Minister’s Vehicle Hits Woman on George Price Highway

A thirty-one year old woman is tonight clinging to life at the K.H.M.H. after she was struck by a government vehicle. The accident happened at just after nine this morning [...]

Minister Says Accident was Unavoidable

Elisa Hunter was rushed to the K.H.M.H. and when we checked this afternoon, she was in surgery. We understand that she sustained head and body injuries, and from what is [...]

P.U.P. Explains Suit Against PM for Petrocaribe Monies

The People’s United Party has lashed out at government for hundreds of millions of dollars of Petrocaribe funds received from Venezuela, and an unconfirmed amount spent with no official accounting. [...]

Attorney Explains Illegality of Loan Motion

Senior Counsel Andrew Marshalleck is one member of the team which includes Senior Counsels Magali Marin-Young, Eamon Courtenay and Godfrey Smith. With the politics out the way, Marshalleck spoke of [...]

Attorneys Say Case is Far From Frivolous

In response to the claim filed, government has unleashed a storm of political ads accusing the Opposition of being unpatriotic, and boasting of the largesse of the governments with hundreds [...]

Ministry of Finance Announces Significant Drop in Price of Diesel

The price of oil on the world market continues to drop, as it has been doing for some time. It’s been a source of confusion and consternation with consumers who [...]

Is the Government using the Petrocaribe Funds for Political Mileage?

And tonight’s question is: Do you believe the government is using the Petrocaribe Funds for political mileage? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post [...]

MoE Releases CSEC/CAPE Results

There are smiling faces tonight in respect of the results of regional exams taken months ago. The Ministry of Education has released the results of the CSEC and CAPE that [...]

P.U.P. to Select Replacement for Joseph Mahmud in Cayo North

Two weeks ago, P.U.P. Cayo North Area Representative Joseph Mahmud threw in the political towel. His resignation came as a surprise to observers, but insiders tell us that the decision [...]

Yolanda Schakron is Belize City Mayoral Candidate for P.U.P.

And while there’s no decision in Cayo North, Fonseca has chosen the team which will contest municipal elections in Belize City. It’s actually no surprise, since Yolanda Schakron has made [...]

Appeal Hearing Begins in Case of Telemedia Supreme Court Judgment

Great Belize Productions Limited was once a subsidiary of Belize Telemedia Limited through a trio of overseas companies. By the time the Government took over B.T.L., the companies had been [...]

Belize Cancer Society Burglarized

Thieves are becoming even more brazen and heartless. The office of the Belize Cancer Society on Mercy Lane has been burglarized and thieves made away with a small amount of [...]

Trial of Bahamians Wanted for Securities Fraud in the U.S. Begins

Two Bahamian nationals living and working in Belize as stockers were today back in court for the offense of Failure to Declare ten thousand dollars in cash without first reporting [...]

Contraband Cigarettes in Melchor – Did it Come from Belize?

Late last week in the area of La Ceibita, Melchor de Mencos, more than a hundred cases, with eight hundred and eighty-one thousand cigarettes were confiscated by the Guatemalan police. [...]

Fisheries Department Says the Conch is Not Endangered in Belize

Fisher folks are celebrating a decision taken by the United States not to enlist the queen conch as threatened or endangered species. The petition was made by WildEarth Guardians in [...]

A Meeting for Youths Living with HIV in Belize

A two-day meeting started today at the Royal Room of the Ramada Belize City Princess to address the issue of HIV and Youths. Hosted by the Collaborative Network of Persons [...]

Tribunal Begins in Case of Alleged Police Brutality

In early September, an allegation was made by a popular Justice of the Peace, Grace Flowers of Belize City, that her nephew, Armani Bailey, was picked up by a group [...]

Musicians Honor Paul Nabor with Tribute

On Monday, we reported extensively on the farewell to the iconic parandero Paul Nabor, who was laid to rest on Saturday in Punta Gorda. There were flowing reflections for the [...]