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Prime Minister and Fort George Rep war over recession

The House of Representatives met in Belmopan today, it was its last sitting to close the year. But what initially looked like a lackluster meeting, soon turned into a brawl [...]

Opposition Leader says Boledo contract is controversial

Another issue before the House was over the Boledo, which is considered to be as Belizean as potholes and a plate of rice and beans. The government has recently announced [...]

Protestors speak out against Boledo contract with Brads

The Leader of the Opposition was not the only one questioning the privatization of the Boledo. Outside the National Assembly Building, a group protested saying that their livelihood would be [...]

Vegetable supplier digs up more dirt in K.H.M.H. inquiry

Day seven of the Commission of Inquiry got underway this morning as scheduled before Commissioners Justice Adolph Lucas, Orvin Nicholas and Julia Castillo. There were some light moments as the [...]

Former K.H.M.H. CEO has no recollection of some transactions

Former Chief Executive Officer at K.H.M.H. from 2000 to March 2008, Dr. Alvaro Rosado was second to take the oath. Dr. Rosado was fired on March twenty-first, 2008 while being [...]

Min. of Agriculture babbles on Jamaican fishing companies

Boats belonging to two Jamaican fishing companies with Belizean counterparts have been spotted in the southern waters. PG Fishing Limited and Rainforest Limited are both seeking licenses for deep sea [...]

Education Act Amended to with Teaching Services Commission

The amendment to the Education Act that would pass powers to a Teacher’s Commission went through its first reading in the House today. It has been a highly contentious amendment [...]

Municipal discounts/trade-offs to business now legitimate

There are discussions on the implementation of a garbage tax for Belize City residents. And while residents might soon feel an additional financial pinch, a bill was introduced today that [...]

Protestors denounce water rate increase

While the politicians had a go at each inside the House, outside temperatures were flaring as a group of protesters continued a protest against the increase in water rates. Two [...]

Duo sentenced to life for brutal murder of Cruz Sho

Lindsdale Franklin and Ryan Herrera spent the last week in the Hattieville Prison waiting to hear their fate after they were convicted of Murder on December fourth. Justice Michelle Arana [...]

Michael “Crazy” Arnold charged with raping teen

And an ex-convict who was just released last month after serving his prison sentence is again behind bars for Christmas – this time for allegedly climbing into a teen’s bedroom [...]

American national charged for assaulting businesswoman

An aviation technician who was previously convicted of trafficking crack cocaine appeared in court today for assaulting a woman. The American national, forty two year old John Gibson, a guest [...]

Three vehicles damaged in Western Highway accident

Hattieville police are looking into an accident that occurred just after seven this morning on the Western Highway. Information so far is that a Toyota Hilux that was heading toward [...]

Smart offers excellent deals to attract new customers

Late Thursday evening, the Chief Justice ruled in favor of Smart and directed Telemedia to re-install Smart’s equipment on its towers and provide access to E1 lines and all Telemedia [...]

E’scan, new anti-virus product launched in Belize

If you own or use a computer you may be interested in a new anti-virus that is becoming available in Belize. A Mexican company named Segtimex, is introducing the product [...]

Safiyyah finds pre-Christmas entertainment

The weekend is here and Safiyyah has a full blotter. Take a pick from the variety of activities available: from a Christian concert, to bruk down bash, to a night [...]