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BSI employee suffers extensive burns to body

The BELCOGEN project at the Belize Sugar Industries has been running into a series of snags. And now mechanical failures that have been affecting processing operations have landed one employee [...]

Sports officials agree that security is needed at event facilities

On Monday night a sporting match between Ladyville Technical and Nazarene High schools ended fatally for a spectator. Twenty-seven year old Salvador Martinez intervened to stop a fight when he [...]

American National remanded for money laundering

After four days in police custody and two nights remanded at the Hattieville Prison, thirty three -year-old American national, William Russell Jewett will be spending more time behind bars.  Jewett’s [...]

Opposition says Belize is being robbed of millions generated from oil industry

News that another well was spewing oil in commercial quantities caused a firestorm recently. That’s because the find was reported in the foreign press in a less than complimentary article [...]

Mark Espat says he’s not starting a third party

The Opposition appeared, at least for the cameras on Tuesday, to be one happy family. And when Espat took the couch this morning, we also inquired about the state of [...]

Former Health Minister Joe Coye strikes back at his accuser

On the night of February seventh 2008, at the UDP’s election celebration, victorious UDP candidates swore to jail corrupt PUP ministers. Former Minister of Health Jose Coye was among the [...]

Murder charge dropped as star witness suffers acute amnesia

Calvin Young, the son of James Young Sr., a businessman of Belama Phase 1 was stabbed twenty five times to the body after an altercation inside Apartment on Juliet Soberanis [...]

Centaur Cable seeking legal advice to resolve licensing issue

The political divide between the two main political  parties is being fought on many fronts and while the House of Representatives is the usual battle ground for issues about the [...]

Homeowner says free house from minister is shoddy

It seems that the Minister of Works, Anthony “Boots” Martinez is never away from the firing line.  After all, he is the minister responsible for the Poverty Alleviation Project and [...]

SCA celebrates 127 years with multimillion dollar project

Saint Catherine Academy currently has an enrollment of five hundred and fifty students. That’s a far cry from when it was established more than a century ago. The all girl [...]

Kiwanis Club celebrating ninety-fifth anniversary

The Kiwanis Club is also celebrating its anniversary. Known for its charity work with kids and communities, the Club is organizing a panel discussion at the Radisson Fort George Hotel [...]

Rock the Runway funds given to charitable causes

The Rock the Runway fundraiser held by Continental Airlines employees was a huge hit last year. That was not only because of the celebrities, including America’s Top Model Bianca Golden, [...]

Methodist church minister urges public for more relief donations

Exactly eight days after an earthquake shattered port Au Prince, the capital of Haiti, an aftershock hit the ravaged city around six this morning. The five point nine aftershock sent [...]

Belize City ball courts get uplifted

If you were cruising along various basketball courts and football fields on south side Belize City, you would note that some refurbishments are taking place. The National Sports Council is [...]