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Go-slow at K.H.M.H. Called Off, All Parties Meet to Negotiate Salary Adjustment

The news from the K.H.M.H. tonight is that medical services are back on track. It follows a go slow that started on Friday and continued over the weekend when some [...]

Minister of Health Remains Tightlipped on Details of Discussion

Following the lengthy two and a half hour discussion, Minister of Health Pablo Marin would emerge optimistic, bearing what can only be described cautiously as good news since none of [...]

Chandra Cansino Says Stakeholders Will Continue Meeting on the Way Forward

According to chairperson, Chandra Cansino, the Board of Governors of the K.H.M.H. along with representatives of the hospital staff, will form a task force to provide government with critical information [...]

Chopping Victim In Need of Urgent Surgery Amid Go-slow at K.H.M.H.

But while the K.H.M.H. staff was lobbying for a salary adjustment the hard way, by effecting a go-slow at the hospital, patients, including twenty-seven-year-old Irvin Cantun, were affected.  After being [...]

N.T.U.C.B. President Comments on K.H.M.H. Salary Debacle

While staff at the K.H.M.H. is looking to unionize, N.T.U.C.B. President, Marvin Mora, chimed in on the K.H.M.H. issue, emphasizing a need for employees to organize in order to proceed [...]

Why Did Troubled Coastguard Officer Keyren Tzib Kill Her Common-law Husband?

An idyllic hang-out with friends, drinks and food on Saturday turned into a bloody tragedy when a domestic attack elicited a deadly response. Thytis James Blancaneaux, thirty, was at the [...]

Was Jealousy a Motive in Hattieville Murder?

Aside from the killing of Thytis Blancaneaux, there are two murders to report. Hattieville resident, thirty-one Hugh Dyer, was today charged with murder of forty-seven year old Steve Munnings, a [...]

Charred Remains of Unidentified Man Discovered Near Scotland Half Moon

While the Police have been able to readily identify the deceased in those two deaths, they have not done so in a third, which was actually the first of the [...]

Crime Filled Weekend Across the Country Highlighted in Police Report

In addition to the stabbing death of Thytis Blancaneaux and the two murders, the weekend’s crime blotter is overflowing with more acts of violence. In Orange Walk, police are investigating [...]

Sheldon Grinage Hospitalized After Attempt on His Life in Weekend Shooting

A twenty-three year old Belize City resident is tonight in a critical, but stable condition at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital following a shooting on Sunday morning. Before two a.m., [...]

Trio Charged with Burglary, Accused Thief Accuses Arresting Officer of Sexual Assault

An eighteen year old female, Victoria Garnett and two minors were today arraigned in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court for the offense of Burglary. One of the minors is a [...]

N.T.U.C.B. Slams Sedi for Guatemala Comments

The N.T.U.C.B. has come out swinging at Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington, in response to comments he made during an exclusive interview with News Five late last week. In that interview [...]

B.E.L. Employees Take to the Street in Protest of Salary Adjustment

While the K.H.M.H. staff continued its’ go-slow well into the afternoon, at midday the Belize Energy Workers Union commenced its own industrial action against the principals of B.E.L.   A little [...]

Fire Displaces Several Families on Euphrates Avenue

A fire over the weekend has left several families without a roof over their head. The landlord and her tenants had to evacuate their home immediately when fire and flames [...]

Caribbean Shores Standard Bearer Darrel Bradley Hosts Children Summer Camp

Today, Mayor Darrell Bradley concluded a two-week summer camp he hosted for the children of Caribbean Shores. Wearing his Standard Bearer hat, Bradley partnered with City Council and Diamonds International [...]

Verdes and Jaguars Claim Victory in Friendly Games Against the Suchi’s from Guatemala

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   The weekend brought out the National Male Football Selection as it continues preparation for its 3rd round appearance in [...]