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Day 2 of K.H.M.H. Commission of Inquiry

Today was day two of the public hearings in the Commission of Inquiry into the purchasing of medical and pharmaceutical supplies at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. More startling information [...]

K.H.M.H.’s weakest link is its revenues department

Throughout today’s session there were a number of irregularities that came to light. Deputy Auditor General, Wayne Simon, pointed out that one of the K.H.M.H.’s weakest link is its Revenues [...]

Audit team did not receive all necessary documents

Following the presentation of the audited report, Wayne Simon was questioned today about the absence of records required for the audit. While he did not want to say there was [...]

San Pedranos protest against increase in water rates

In San Pedro Town, residents took a stand today against the Public Utilities Commission’s initial decision to approve a ten point six increase in the cost of water rates beginning [...]

Body of La Democracia woman in found in yard

The body of a woman was found this afternoon in La Democracia Village about mile thirty-one off on the Western Highway. The woman fifty-nine year old Verrill Louise Brakeman was [...]

BML workers back on the job after CitCo makes small payment

There is some good news coming from City Hall. On Monday, the Belize Maintenance Limited, BML, sent home about a hundred of its sanitation workers because the Belize City Council [...]

Thirty-nine recruits join Belize Coast Guard

The Belize National Coastguard’s second passing out ceremony for recruits took place today for thirty-five new officers. The proud men and women will now begin their duties in manning our [...]

Construction worker convicted of Drug Trafficking

In the courts today, a thirty-four year old construction worker was ordered to pay up thousands of dollars because he was caught in possession of something other than his tools; [...]

Laptop with country’s birth certificate information stolen

Police are investigating the theft of a laptop that they fear could result in cases of identity theft. That’s because the stolen computer belongs to the Government of Belize and [...]

Police officer stabbed during afterhours fight

A police constable was injured during an altercation on Thursday night. P.C. Eric Patt was socializing at the Cabana Bar on East Collet Canal when he got into a fight [...]

Table tennis enthusiasts work up a sweat in workshop

And it’s not one of the dominant sports, but table tennis has been gaining popularity over the past couple years. A workshop started today at the auditorium of the Belize [...]

Spread of HIV education through music and lyrics

World Aids Day will be celebrated next week. And we found one organization that has been working tirelessly for ten years carrying a message of prevention. HIV Project is taking [...]

So you think you can dance? ICA’s Dance Extravaganza is for you

To kick off the Christmas season, a dance extravaganza will take place this weekend at the Bliss Centre for the Performing Arts. The annual event is being hosted by NICH [...]

Safiyyah has entertainment and gift shopping ideas

Hey I’m Safiyyah and this is what’s happening Belize. Tonight the Youth Hostel will be having a talent showcase inside the House of Culture. This will be held in order [...]