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K.H.M.H. doctors rebel against firing of Chief of Staff…

The Ministry of Health appears to be anaemic and its condition has gone from bad to critical. In the past few days there have been allegations of negligence following the [...]

…And Prime Minister Barrow helps resolve the issue

A strike by doctors at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital has been averted, at least for now. This follows a go slow initiated this morning when word spread that the [...]

Land taken away from Hand in Hands Ministries

A few weeks ago News Five reported that a parcel of land between a defunct swimming pool and the compound of St. Michael’s College had gone to private hands. Minister [...]

Leader of the Opposition calls for firing of Health Minister…

It was not only the Prime Minister who spoke today to the media on the crisis of the health system. Leader of the Opposition, John Briceño, also spoke at a [...]

…And questions P.M.’s position on fuel tax

Briceño did not only criticize the Barrow administration for the poor performance in health, he also berated the P.M. for giving the impression he would adjust the fuel tax once [...]

World Heritage Site in danger

A UNESCO team visited Belize in March to look at the state of the Barrier reef and the Pelican Caye range, which are considered a World Heritage Site. The team [...]

Post mortem on Honorio Oba complete

A post mortem examination has been concluded on nineteen year old Honorio Marcelino Oba from the village of San Victor who was fatally shot in Douglas Village. Oba was shot [...]

Chief Justice rules in Jaguar Paw vs. NICH/David Gegg

The controversial contract signed between Diane Haylock on behalf of NICH and David Gegg’s Cruise Solutions wound up in court today. Chief Justice Abdulai Conteh ruled that the contract does [...]

U.S. Charge d’Affairs says Senate must approve amdassador

Last week Friday the White House announced the nomination of Vinai Thummalapally as the new U.S. Ambassador to Belize to replace former ambassador Robert Dieter whose term ended with the [...]

B.D.F. receives million dollars in equipment from U.S.

The B.D.F. has had a good day, both to its inventory of equipment and to its human resources. Despite the downpour this morning, a ceremony was held at Price Barracks [...]

Top P.S.E. scorers recognized at award ceremony

The results were announced on June fourth and while the average grades were not up to par, twenty six students from public and private schools topped the scores of the [...]