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Western Avenue to mile 9; 1,400 consumers without water

Over a thousand residents on a stretch of the Western Highway experienced a dry spell today. According to Belize Water Services Limited consumers from about three hundred and thirty homes [...]

Senator says $45 million loan should have gone to parliament

Turning to the telecommunications industry, late Wednesday, government said it had taken over a forty-five million dollar loan as part of the nationalization of Telemedia in August. That loan, as [...]

Smart says limited international services restored

In respect of the war between the two telephone operators, SMART subscribers were able to access limited international and roaming services this morning through independent services and not through Belize [...]

1.5 million dollar money laundering case goes to Supreme Court

The operator of Money Exchange International Limited, the Coye Family, is committed to stand trial at the Supreme Court. That’s the decision of Magistrate Kathleen Lewis at the conclusion of [...]

Hirian Good gets her day in court

In other news from the courts, Hirian Good is moving ahead without her husband Charlie who passed away three weeks ago. The Goods protested for weeks at the steps of [...]

B.B.O.C. application for injunction on new bus schedules denied

Chief Justice Abdulai Conteh also dealt with the case by Belize Bus Owners Cooperative (B.B.O.C.), who sought an injunction by the Supreme Court against the Transport Department. The Cooperative made [...]

PC Samuel Bonilla charged with attempted rape…

Still on the courts, Corporal Samuel Bonilla was arraigned in the San Ignacio Magistrates Court for Attempted Rape, Harm and Aggravated Assault. Bonilla pleaded not guilty to the charge and [...]

…And another officer escapes gunshots

While one San Ignacio cop is facing charges of Attempted Rape, a shooting incident involving two Belize City Officers on Sunday night is still up in the air. Police Constable, [...]

Four charged for robbery of Tang’s Store

Two men stormed and robbed Tang’s Store on Vasquez Avenue while others waited in a getaway vehicle last Friday evening. The thieves took off with four hundred dollars from the [...]

Minor remanded to boot camp for Photo Lab robbery

And in the Family Court, a minor also faced robbery charges for another incident late last week. The Belize Photo Lab outlets downtown are going out of business and on [...]

Citrus greening detected in Hopkins

And in the south, Citrus Greening has been affecting citrus trees since the earlier part of this year. The dangerous disease is spread by a bacteria that lives in the [...]

Peter Myvette shot twice on Mex Avenue

In a report just in to the newsroom, a young man was shot this evening in Belize City. The incident occurred at the corner of Mex and Amara Avenues around [...]

The Hayward Charitable Trust Belize launches website

The Hayward Charitable Belize Trust has announced that it is launching a website in the next few days. The Trust owned the majority shares in Telemedia before its nationalization. The [...]

Legendary Parandero Paul Nabor on the road to recovery

But there is good news on Paul Nabor. He was flown to Belize City from Dangriga on Friday morning after doctors suspected he had suffered a minor stroke. But the [...]