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BCB has not attempted to wind up Telemedia

The developments in the telecom industry resulting from the expropriation of Telemedia topped the headlines all week. The high point came via a press release from Telemedia declaring that the [...]

Telemedia loan will still have to be paid

The loan of forty-five million dollars which Telemedia got from the British Caribbean Bank in 2007 has been smack in the middle of the controversy and that is because Telemedia [...]

Woman murdered in front of kids in Burrell Boom

While the legal debate over a loan continues to rage, the life of a woman ended on Thursday night at her home. The woman, Mercedes Carrillo, had just moved to [...]

Breaking news: 1 of Americas Most Wanted captured in Belize

There is a report that a convicted sex offender who was wanted in the U.S. has been apprehended in Belize. Robert Snyder, who has been in Belize since August of [...]

Two homes burnt due to faulty water pump in Caye Caulker

Two families in Caye Caulker will be spending Christmas without their homes following a midday fire. Fortunately, no one was hurt but the families lost all their belongings. The Fire [...]

K.H.M.H. inquiry reveals more goods bought at inflated prices

While the cause of the fire is under investigation, testimonies at the ongoing Commission of Inquiry are revealing more irregularities. Two witnesses appeared today before the Commission looking into the [...]

Register did not reflect accurate information

The second witness today was the Supervisor of the Radiology Unit at the K.H.M.H., Freddy Mansu. Mansu did not take the oath on the Bible because he said he is [...]

Belize City Council holds Economic Summit

Another hot button issue is the recession, which was officially announced by Prime Minister Dean Barrow on October twenty-ninth. When that announcement was made, it was not followed by what [...]

Yacht runs aground on barrier reef

The owners of the WesterHaven, the cargo ship that ran aground on the reef near Caye Glory may end up paying millions for damages. Closing arguments in that case were [...]

Las Vegas Casino boss & security still detained in Mexico

Heading north, it was an anti-climatic moment for George Hardie Senior when he entered Mexico today hoping to return with his son and employee. Hardie, owner of the Las Vegas [...]

Two men convicted for rape of PG woman

While two men have been freed of a conviction in Mexico, two men are facing life time imprisonment for the murder of Punta Gorda resident, Cruz Sho, who was raped [...]

Murder suspect freed for insufficient evidence

In another murder case, the accused man is free tonight from the double murder that occurred on May twenty ninth, 2008. Twenty one year old Nelson Henry, who was on [...]

Fundraiser for Trinity school feeding program

And Joel “Dara” Robinson is known for his tributes to Bob Marley, but on Saturday night, he is promoting the music of Otis Redding. Dara is putting a large screen [...]

Safiyyah finds a top model catwalk and other weekend activities

Hey I’m Safiyyah and this is What’s Happening Belize? This Saturday the Lady of Guadalupe annual parish fair will be held. The fair will run from ten a.m. until eight [...]