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Mayor says deputy signed the cheques

It has become one of the biggest scandals to hit Mayor Zenaida Moya and within days of Sunday’s U.D.P. convention. It is the matter of an additional ninety thousand dollars [...]

New bus routes announced

There has been an ongoing bus war in the transportation industry for some time. It is a fight between big operators, small operators and one that has turned political and [...]

Novelo brothers find glitches in new system

And at the press conference one of the affected parties, owners of National Transportation Services Limited, David and Antonio Novelo dug holes in the new plan. David and Antonio Novelo, [...]

Nat’l Transport workers protest route changes

And while the press conference was occurring inside the Raccoon Police Station, the mood outside was feisty. Over two hundred conductors, bus-drivers and their family members employed by the Novelo [...]

Storm brewing in sugar industry

And from the embattled transport industry to the sugar industry where a storm is brewing over millions of dollars allegedly unaccounted for. Reports from the north say that fireworks are [...]

U.S. national behind bars for firearm offenses

A U.S. national will spend the next few days behind bars after he was detained at the International Airport as he was attempting to leave Belize yesterday. Twenty-six year old [...]

New jury empanelled in incest case

A new jury will have to be empanelled in the case of a forty-three year old Guatemalan charged with the incest of his fourteen year old daughter. After failing to [...]

Hope Creek kids get school bags through Red Cross

Tropical Storm Arthur hit southern Belize on June first, precisely on the day the hurricane season opened. Communities in the area are still recovering from the devastating effects of the [...]

Delegation travels to Nicaragua for Special Olympics

A delegation of forty-six travelled to Managua, Nicaragua today to represent Belize at the second Annual Central American Games for Students with Disabilities. The delegation includes twenty-five athletes between the [...]

Wesley organizes self defense training for women

If you are a damsel in distress, there is an upcoming opportunity to acquire techniques and tactics to defend yourself from any aggression whether home invasions, robbery, rape, or domestic [...]

Glen Ysaguirre to be named governor of Central Bank

According to reports to News Five, current deputy, Glen Ysaguirre, will be moving up to the post of Governor of the Central Bank of Belize. Ysaguirre takes over from Sydney [...]

Governor General to attend Heads of State conference

And while on the governor general, Belize House in Belmopan announced today that Sir Colville Young will be attending the annual Conference of CARICOM Heads of State. Sir Colville leaves [...]

Safiyyah has the weekend activity blotter

The September celebrations are over, but there is still plenty to do this coming weekend. Safiyyah has the details of what to do and where to go… Hey I’m Safiyyah [...]