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Medical and Dental Union still battles K.H.M.H. Board

Doctors say they have reached the end of the line in the three week old dispute with the Board of the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital over corruption charges. On Thursday [...]

B.M.D.U. still hopes recommendations will be followed

The doctors say they are frustrated because while their allegations of corruption in the procurement of medical supplies have been confirmed by a quick audit, no action has been taken. [...]

Ministry hopes for uninterrupted healthcare at K.H.M.H.

While an essential services tribunal may be the next step to resume negotiations, the immediate concern is to ensure continued and uninterrupted healthcare at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital because [...]

Ministry won’t give leases on Swallow Caye

The Ministry of Natural Resources late this evening announced that it is not after all going to provide leases for three parcels of land issued on the northern end of [...]

Man loses his life in mill accident

A man on a routine day on the job lost his life after he plunged some fifty feet to the ground. Thirty-four year old contractor, Clif Peyrefitte, was dismantling a [...]

Men sentenced for scamming supplies from NEMO

Turning to the courts, two persons who pleaded guilty to the charge of Obtaining Property by Deception were today sentenced to eighteen months in prison. Kenton Pandy will be out [...]

PM’s ex-wife collects $1.2 million from government

And it was no secret that attorney Lois Young has been representing the government in many high profile cases. Young is estimated to have represented government in over thirty cases [...]

Fisheries Department trains fishermen

In other news, Belize has many fishermen who are not certified by the Fisheries Department. To bring them to par, several weeks ago the Fisheries Department began training courses on [...]

Stage production to address stigmatism of HIV/AIDS

She was among the top talents in season one of Channel Five’s hit show, Duets. And on Saturday, all eyes will be on Elizabeth Tate, the main character in a [...]

Umalali Women lead Garifuna Collective on Tour

The powerful voices that make up the Garifuna Collective have wooed audiences worldwide since they started touring in 1996. This Saturday the group sets out on their second trip to [...]

National Transport wants its route back

The Transport Department put an abrupt end to a premier bus run that National Transport implemented on June twenty-fourth. The following day transport officers removed passengers from the seven o’clock [...]

Wal-Mart to be opened over the Mexican border

If you get the urge to splurge, there’s a new reason you might choose Chetumal. And while we prefer you keep your dollars at home, news in the Mexican press [...]

Belize Defence Force hosts camp for kids

The Belize Defence Force’s second annual Youth Summer Program is well underway. About seventy-six happy campers from primary and high schools around the city and between the ages of eight [...]

OAS still hopes to reinstate ousted Honduran president

Tensions continue to rise in neighbouring Honduras in anticipation of the proposed return of the deposed President José Manuel Zelaya. But the interim government is showing no signs of backing [...]

CARICOM Heads of Government Conference in Guyana

There are serious matters on the agenda before CARICOM leaders meeting in Guyana in the thirtieth Heads of Government Conference. While the issue of immigration is dominating the discussions, it [...]

Safiyyah finds entertainment for the weekend

Summer’s here and if you’re staying in the Jewel, there are concerts, plays, DJ Competitions and much more. And Safiyyah got a massage at a place you want to visit. [...]