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Prosser loses Privy Council battle over Telemedia

In London today, the Privy Council handed down a judgment in the case of the Attorney General of Belize, ECOM Limited and Belize Telecommunications Limited versus the Jeffrey Prosser companies [...]

Krem Radio and Sagis take shares dispute to court

After almost fourteen years, two rivals have found themselves back in court battling an old transaction that they signed back in 1994. Today Krem Radio and Sagis Investments Limited were [...]

Witnesses fail to testify; accused murderers walk free

In the Supreme Court, two men accused of murdering Kevin Parks in 2006 walked free today when key witnesses in the case failed to provide sufficient evidence against them. Supreme [...]

“Chapas” gets seven years in prison for Burglary

Meanwhile, Jorge “Chapas” Castellanos was not so fortunate and Justice Adolph Lucas today handed down a sentence of seven years in jail. Castellanos, a resident of Benque Viejo, was found [...]

Mayor Moya says there will be positive change for City Hall…

Many controversies plagued the Belize City Council in the past months particularly in the period leading to the March fourth elections. The discord ranged from garbage collection to public squabbles [...]

…And councillors get their new portfolios

In other news from City Hall, councilors have been designated their new portfolios. Yesterday we reported that the Deputy Mayor is Dion Leslie. Leslie is also in Charge of Public [...]

Fuel price shoots up but butane price goes down

The debate for the 2009 to 2010 budget in the House of Representatives begins tomorrow and the Prime Minister Dean Barrow hopes to raise thirty million dollars through a fuel [...]

Rosales murder remains unsolved

Last night we reported on the brutal murder of twenty-seven year old Lacey Rosales and up to news time, no one has been arrested. Though no arrests have been made, [...]

Three persons injured in Northern Highway collision

Three people were injured in a traffic accident between miles six and seven on the Northern Highway shortly before ten this morning. A Nissan Altima car travelling towards Belize City [...]

B.E.L. and Telemedia spend millions on telecom lines

Both B.E.L. and Telemedia announced today that the two utility companies are installing a Communication Cable on the one-fifteen KV Transmission Line between the old and new capitals. The fibre [...]

Canadian pastors and CitCo team up to “effect change”

Earlier in the newscast we reported on the new attitude at City Hall when we spoke to Mayor Zenaida Moya. At the press conference held at CITCO’s conference room, the [...]

Ending gender-based violence discussed at 4th Women’s Summit

A ninety-eight thousand U.S. dollar multi-sectoral plan was launched to end gender-based violence at this morning’s opening of the fourth Annual Women’s Summit. Belize is one of the six countries [...]

Photographer launches new exhibit: “Decadence”

He is known for capturing breathtaking photos in the Belikin Calendars and for his most recent collaboration with the Lifeline Foundation in Project Poverty. And today, noted photographer, Richard Holder, [...]