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Report calls for reprimand in AIDS blood case

The report of the three man commission of inquiry into the transmission of HIV infected blood to three patients at the K.H.M.H. was made public today. At a hastily called [...]

Robbers attack another Belize City payroll

Famed American robber Willy Sutton, when asked by a journalist why he robbed banks, he replied “because that’s where the money is.” The same explanation would probably apply to the [...]

Gas station robbed in Benque

Things were apparently no better out west as police report that on Thursday night the Texaco gas station in Benque Viejo was held up, with the robbers getting away with [...]

Belmopan school burglarised

No gun was used, but the Belmopan Comprehensive School was also relieved of money, specifically ten thousand dollars in cash and one thousand, five hundred in cheques. Acting principal Barrette [...]

Robber shot by shopkeeper dies of his wounds

One man who never will get to tell his story to police is Erlin Budram. Budram, the twenty year old armed robber who attempted to stick up Sikaffy’s store on [...]

Police and BDF step up patrols in city

In the wake of the recent urban crime wave the police high command has decided to strengthen its ongoing law enforcement operation known as “Cancer.” Police are hoping to minimise [...]

N.H.I. must demonstrate quality says minister

The continuing debate over National Health Insurance may have been overshadowed this week by flying bullets, but as the southside pilot project prepares to get off the ground, many Belizeans [...]

Musa visits Venezuela

While most Belizeans will be relaxing over the weekend, Prime Minister Said Musa and a high level delegation will be travelling on an official mission to Venezuela. The P.M., accompanied [...]

Guatemalan president calls for early settlement

With the facilitators about to make their recommendations on Tuesday in Washington D.C., Guatemalan President Alfonso Portillo is weighing in with his own ideas for solution of the Guatemalan claim [...]

YMCA dance competition revs up Saturday

The Young Men Christian Association’s “Save the Last Dance” contest kicks off this weekend. It is a competition that requires an ear for music as well as talented feet. According [...]