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B.E.L. says that blackout coming but Mexico supplier says no power outages

Will there be blackouts? That’s the question that weposed today to both the C.F.E. and B.E.L. Under the Power Purchase Agreement which B.E.L. signed last August with its supplier of [...]

…And B.E.L. C.E.O. gives reasons for recent power outages

So what if there are power outages and your appliances are damaged? Young explains. Voice of Lynn Young “What causes damage to equipment most times is when the wiring in [...]

Five illegal immigrants granted judicial review

Four Cubans and a Somali national have been granted a hearing for the judicial review of their refugee claims. The Cubans are part of a group of fourteen who landed [...]

Results of samples expected to confirm or deny cases of influenza A (H1N1)

The flu symptoms displayed by several individuals have prompted the health services to test affected persons for the deadly Influenza A H1N1 that has been causing health scares on most [...]

Mayor’s wedding list longer than pandemic matrix allows

Mayor Zenaida Moya and Troy Flowers known as “Dalla” are exchanging vows this evening at the Princess Hotel in Belize City. Word of the wedding is causing a stir not [...]

Allen James Freed of attempted murder but guilty of robbery

In the Supreme Court, a man was found guilty of Robbery today by a jury of eight women and one man. The jury took over three hours to deliver their [...]

Three injured during robbery in Ladyville

Two men are hospitalized tonight after they were shot by robbers posing as customers at the Sand Hill Gas Station located at mile sixteen and a half on the Northern [...]

Four N.G.O.’s receive grant from Global Environment Facility

The Global Environment Facility is an environmental programme that provides grant funding for community projects that promote environmental economic and social development. One of its latest projects is the Green [...]

Serpon Sugar Mill Archaeological Reserve opens today

It’s the country’s first archaeological and historical park and its opening today culminated years of efforts to save the site. The Serpon Sugar Mill in Sittee River down south was [...]

Healthy Living explores the importance of Pap Smears

The experts advise that women should undertake pap smear tests as part of their regular medical checks. The procedure is uncomplicated and is critical in detecting cancerous activities. Healthy Living [...]