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$550,000 Siphoned Off from Treasury, Employee Placed on Administrative Leave

The embezzlement of over half-a-million dollars from the Treasury Department, an inside job that was unearthed a little over a week ago by officials within the Ministry of Finance, has [...]

Corozal Cop on Motorcycle Rapes Minor

A Corozal police man has been detained following allegations of a rape of a fourteen year old girl. On Monday evening, the minor and her mother visited the Corozal Police [...]

Post Mortem Results: Coleen Sharp was Shot Twice in Murder/Suicide

There are still more questions than answers about the murder-suicide that happened over the weekend. In our story on Monday night, we told you about the tragic incident which resulted [...]

Fin. Sec. Joe Waight on Petrocaribe Expenditure

The government is under sustained fire for backdating the Petrocaribe Law to encompass two years of government expenditure prior to its passage. Despite borrowing upwards of two hundred and fifty [...]

Petrocaribe Law Doesn’t Skirt Finance & Audit Reform Act

The Fin. Sec. and legal advisor, attorney Michael Young, have been making the media rounds trying to explain away the new law, which allows government to borrow and spend without [...]

Do You Think That There is a Deliberate Attempt to Divide the Unions?

And our question for tonight is: Do you think that there is a deliberate attempt to divide the unions? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 [...]

U.D.P. Legal Adviser Explains Petrocaribe Law

Since the beginning of the week, the United Democratic Party’s legal adviser, Senior Counsel Michael Young, has been accompanying Financial Secretary Joe Waight on a series of media rounds to [...]

Michael Young Says Accessing Petrocaribe Funds is Most Important

Despite the discussion and subsequent criticisms that have arisen out of the passage of the Petrocaribe Law, Young says the most important thing is to continue retrieving the funds.   [...]

Is Belize Being Affected by Derisking?

The process of ‘derisking’ is underway by international financial firms that are withdrawing from sectors within the Caribbean region and elsewhere that represent compliance risks.  It is a situation where [...]

Belize City Man Drowns While Saving His Stepdaughter

In Monday’s newscasts we told you about the death of three persons over the weekend—the murder-suicide of well known couple Michael Estell and Colleen Sharp in Ladyville and the execution [...]

K.H.M.H. Employee Slams Vehicle into Neighbor’s Fence, Charged for Traffic Offences

On Sunday afternoon, a K.H.M.H. clerk lost his mind when he discovered that his girlfriend was not being faithful to him. Thirty-three year old Harvin Arriolla is suspected of being [...]

Tanya Carter Wins Music Award in California

Belizean artist Tanya Carter is making her mark in the music industry. Over the weekend, she won the People’s Choice Award for Best Belizean Artist of the Year at the [...]

The Story of a Belizean-American Military Veteran Now Deportee

Many Belizeans have served and are serving in the U.S Military and like many other immigrants, have risked their lives to serve, but even after their service they are still [...]