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Intercepted e-mail could be punishable by law…

In the course of the budget debate yesterday in the House of Representatives, the Minister of Public Service, John Saldivar dropped a bombshell when he said with much bravado that [...]

… And P.U.P. calls it a gross violation of privacy

And we did get a reaction from the People’s United Party in respect of the intercepted e-mail. Calling it morally reprehensible and a gross violation of privacy, the P.U.P. says [...]

Nemencio Acosta replaces Juan Coy as Minister of State

In other news from Belmopan, the Governor General has administered the Oath of Allegiance to Nemencio Acosta of the Corozal North Constituency and appointed him as Minister of State in [...]

Judgment reserved in constitutionality of Appeals Board

An appeal by the Belize Bank winded down late this evening in the Court of Appeals. Arguments began Thursday evening on the constitutionality of the Appeals Board of the Central [...]

Telemedia will continue honouring accommodation agreement

We reported yesterday that the London Court of International Arbitration (L.C.I.A.) Awarded Telemedia thirty-eight point five million dollars in damages because the government of Belize decided not to honor the [...]

“Cowboy” charged with Murder and a slew of other charges

He came out of the water blazing with two guns after leaving behind a dead business man and several injured officers, but tonight the former cop turned outlaw, Kevin “Cowboy” [...]

Two freed of murder for less than five minutes

But in Belize City, two men had a shot at freedom this morning when their case was struck out… but it was short lived as they were rearrested almost as [...]

Fifteenth court case… second conviction

It was his fifteenth trip to the court and he has only one conviction under his belt, but today he landed his second when twenty-one year old Gion Bernard was [...]

Prison inmates get charged with Drug Trafficking

Two prison inmates got themselves in more hot water and appeared today in Magistrates’ Court on charges of Drug Trafficking. While they both pleaded not guilty and their case was [...]

Inmate freed of one charge; stays locked up on others

Yet another duo was freed after the victim requested no further action in Court. Twenty year old Jason Gillett and a fifteen year old minor were charged with the Attempted [...]

Forest Department warns about illegal game meat

Belize is widely known for its beautiful fauna and flora and is market as an eco-destination to view all of nature’s wonders. But the attention placed on our exotic animal [...]

Law enforcement officers finish prison handling course

Today a group of fourteen law enforcement officers concluded a three-week training in prisoner handling at the B.D.F. headquarters. The course was intended to improve their skills when making arrests [...]

Marcel Cardona knocks his own government in House

There is more on yesterday’s budget debate in the House of Representatives. In the afternoon, Orange Walk East Area Representative, Marcel Cardona, who was recently ousted from Cabinet as the [...]

Arthur Roches gave one of the shortest speeches recorded

And while Cardona was critical of his government’s performance in his area, Minister of State in the Ministry of Health, Arthur Roches proved to be a man of few words [...]

Y.W.C.A. has its annual Open House on Saturday

If you are looking for good family fun this weekend, then you can head to the YWCA which is hosting its annual Open House and Sports Day. The event serves [...]

Safiyyah knows where to find entertainment this weekend

The weekend is just getting underway and there are activities around town that provides great fun and relaxation. Safiyyah has the scoop on the upcoming events for weekend. Hey I’m [...]