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Telemedia still owes BCB forty-five million dollars

The dust appeared to have settled of late on the August nationalization of Telemedia, but the issue has surfaced head on again because of an outstanding debt of forty-five million [...]

Telecom fight gets dirty; B.T.L. removes Smart’s equipment

On Tuesday, Smart announced that it had fully restored its international and roaming services, through another source, and not through Telemedia which last Friday pulled the plug on the company [...]

Guatemalan widow freed of murder charge

Guatemalan national, twenty-two year old Glenda Montero of Succotz Village was on trial for the murder of her husband Cornelio; a crime police say she admitted to committing. But tonight [...]

Caribbean Shores land dispute settled

Another issue that has now been settled is the squabble between Ministers Michael Finnegan and Carlos Perdomo. That was over a parcel of land being purchased by one of Finnegan’s [...]

Education Commission going full steam ahead

Both the Corozal and Orange Walk teachers unions have publicly come out against the proposed amendments to the Education Act, primarily because of the terms of the Teaching Services Commission. [...]

US armed forces hands over supplies to NGOs

It’s the season for giving and six organizations are benefiting from a large supply of medical and educational material. The donation was made today by the U.S. armed forces to [...]

Students awarded for outstanding CSEC and CAPE scores

And in the city there was another group of happy recipients. Three hundred plus students scored top grades in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate, formerly C.X.C., and one in the [...]

Four year old with rare skin disease needs your help

He was born four years ago with a rare skin condition and since then the brave young boy has been fighting the odds. But Tarell Sutherland needs your help and [...]

After deportation to Belize, Shyne goes to prison

Moses Leviy made a scheduled appearance at the Hattieville prison at the invitation of Youth for the Future as part of his rehabilitation that would hopefully land him back to [...]

Shoes that tell the plight of abused women

There were one thousand three hundred fifty-one cases of domestic violence reported in 2008. That is what the statistics show, but the National Women’s Commission, the Women’s Department and the [...]

Hayward Charitable Trust Fund launches website

As we have reported, the website of the Hayward Charitable Belize Trust Fund was launched today and if you have not checked it out, then you are invited to go [...]