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CitCo says $25,000 not missing from City Hall

When the Prime Minister Dean Barrow announced last Friday that he expected arrests at City Hall for financial irregularities that brought back to memory, allegations made before the last City [...]

Audit Department found no irregularities

The mayor maintains that the Government’s Audit Department has recently completed their assessment for period 2003 to 2009 and found no irregularities. Zenaida Moya Flowers, Belize City Mayor “The Belize [...]

Financial controller hopes no one will be charged

And even if speculation abounds, the Mayor says she is confident that at the end of the investigations, no one will be charged because there will be no shortage. But [...]

Steps forward made in K.H.M.H. mediation; but Fabro must go

It’s almost a month… that is the longstanding dispute between the Belize Medical and Dental Union and the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital Board. And tonight they’re back to square one [...]

More positive tests for Influenza A H1N1

The number of confirmed cases of Influenza A H1N1 in Belize has almost tripled in the past days. Of the fifteen samples sent to CAREC in Trinidad and Tobago from [...]

Decrease in pork consumption

The number of cases of swine flu now stands at fourteen. With this threat staring livestock farmers, the Pig Council reports that there is a decrease in the pork consumption [...]

Methodist Church believes in Teaching Commission

The Teachers Commission that the Ministry of Education is proposing to implement has been the subject of heated debate. Some stakeholders feel that the church’s power would be usurped by [...]

Traffic Department gets overhaul

In June we reported that the Financial Intelligence Unit was investigating a case of identity theft in which the personal data of hundreds of persons had been stolen. It involved [...]

San Pedro resident killed

It started as a pre-dawn fist fight and hours later a twenty-nine year employee of a San Pedro Hotel was dead. It is suspected that it had to do with [...]

Couple stabbed over occupancy of room

In other crime news, two persons are hospitalized, one of them in critical condition, following a stabbing early this morning. Around six a.m., twenty-two year old Jermaine Chen, his girlfriend, [...]

Men charged for home invasion and shooting…

In Friday’s newscast we reported on the burglary at a home on Police Street Extension in which sixteen year old Frank Trapp was shot on his right calf. Today police [...]

…And one of the gunmen also faces robbery charges

But while Young appeared in court this morning for Thursday night’s shooting, there are additional charges that he had to answer to—and this time, for the robbery of thirty-nine year [...]

Former prison officer charged $10,000 for 4oz of weed

Also in court, a former prison officer, Youmol Mcnabb, is to pay a fine of ten thousand dollars for attempting to smuggle four point five ounces of cannabis into the [...]

Belmopan police find charged remains

Belmopan police are investigating the discovery of charred remains that may be those of a missing person from the Belmopan area. Around midday Sunday, police visited an area near the [...]

James Adderley has the weekly wrap up in sports

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and we welcome you to this serving of Sports Monday. The Corozal fans crowded the Norman Broaster Stadium yesterday to support Nizhee Corozal in game [...]