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Court awards Telemedia 38.5 Million dollars

Remember the Accommodation Agreement? It was signed back in September 2005 between the Government and Telemedia and had been fully implemented by both parties for nearly two and half years. [...]

Opposition Leader calls stimulus plan “smoke and mirrors”…

It is perhaps one of the shortest budget debates and also one that ended on a different note when P.M. Barrow counseled the Leader of the Opposition, John Briceño, to [...]

… And Member for Bze Rural North has show and tell

Briceño, having said his piece, paved the way for the remaining area representatives to rise in support or critique… and while most ministers stuck to words, the member for Belize [...]

Fire Landivar Street leaves family homeless

There have been a number of fires in recent days and the latest was this afternoon shortly after the lunch hour when a blaze gutted the home of a Belize [...]

B.E.L. demands apology from Channel 7

Yesterday, Belize Electricity Limited and Telemedia issued a joint release regarding fiber optic cables that Telemedia is installing on B.E.L.’s poles between Belize City and Belmopan. The basis for the [...]

Another Caribbean branch of CLICO closed down

We reported recently that various branches of the Colonial Life Insurance Company throughout the Caribbean have been hit by the global recession and because of the gravity of the situation, [...]

Taxi driver accused of cruelly beating 9 month old baby

In the Magistrates’ Court, a taxi driver was today charged with Dangerous Harm. Police allege that twenty-three year old Andy Cruz beat his nine month old daughter, almost killing her. [...]

Former bank employee facing 34 counts of Theft

He was charged with Theft and released… and just when twenty-one year old William Steven, former bank employee, thought he was home free, the cops took him back in. Joy [...]

Belizean busted in Houston for running prostitution ring

We rarely report on these cases, but the following story is about a prostitution ring in the United States that is reportedly being run by a Belizean woman. A Houston [...]

Poetry contest raises funds for student’s surgeries

Edward P. Yorke High School is soliciting assistance through a poetry competition for a student who racked up thousands of dollars in medical expenses for injuries he sustained during a [...]

Krem lawyer remains optimistic about case against Sagis

It was another interesting day in the Court of Appeals today in the case of Krem Radio and Sagis Investments Limited and after lawyers for both sides closed their arguments, [...]

Healthy Living looks at detection and prevention of strokes

Prevention is always better than cure, it applies to many situations and particularly so to your health. And while age is a factor, no one is really exempted from strokes. [...]