Belize - Belize News - - Great Belize Productions - Belize Breaking News
Home » November, 2010 You are currently browsing entries posted in: November, 2010

Swift Air Flight Attendant murdered; who did it?

Maria Plaza Gomez, a Spanish flight attendant with Swift Air of Guatemala was holidaying at La Isla Bonita when she was murdered on Sunday morning. As we told you on [...]

“Cover up, cesspool of corruption;” Carlos Perdomo called out on Chinese visas

On Tuesday night we broke the news that at the top of the Ministry of National Security, directives were issued to the Immigration Department to grant visas to Chinese nationals [...]

Viewers believe S.S.B. should put Telemedia Investment on hold

On Tuesday night we asked about the burning issue of the Social Security Board investment in Telemedia shares. The question was should the unions hold off investment until litigation against [...]

Glenn Tillett challenges Lois Young about S.S.B. investments in Telemedia

The ink had not even dried on the decision by the Social Security Board to invest in Telemedia when a first salvo was launched on the illegality of Tuesday’s decision [...]

N.T.U.C.B. says why it did not vote for investment in Telemedia

As we told you, the Belize Social Security Board’s decision is already under fire. The vote was taken on Tuesday night because on Friday of last week trade union representatives [...]

Unions need clarity on perceived threat they face on S.S.B. Board

Still on the S.S.B. fiasco, Dylan Reneau also says that the unions need clarity on what they consider a veiled threat on the issue of the quorum at board meetings. [...]

High Commissioner to London fired over rift with Melvin Hulse’s daughter

On Monday this week, Kamela Palma, was terminated as High Commissioner of Belize to London. It follows written exchanges between Palma, her minister, Wilfred Sedi Elrington and the CEO, Alexis [...]

City faces two more robberies

Police are still trying to close in on the assailants of Monday night’s armed robbery at Seashore Store in Belama Phase one.  The attack occurred at around seven o’clock and [...]

Security Company busted for not having licenses

An unusual charge is before the courts against Joseph Meighan, the owner of JB Security and two of his employees. Darrel Brooks and Jeremy Morgan were initially charged in September [...]

12 persons detained for 1 bullet

On Monday a group of six was arrested and charged for kept ammunition and other related firearm offences following a raid conducted at the home of forty-four year old Gloria [...]

Pleas for help fall on deaf ears for 2 Hattieville residents

The process of restoring and rebuilding areas affected by hurricane Richard will continue for some time and patience is wearing thin for the victims. The Hattieville community was smack in [...]

P.M. visits those affected by Hurricane Richard

Prime Minister Dean Barrow left Belize immediately after Hurricane Richard. We were told he was going to a CDB meeting in Barbados and would stay on for the funeral of [...]

NEMO received Hurricane relief from U.S. Southern Command

On Tuesday the US Government was bearing gifts. Close to a million dollars were delivered to numerous NGO’s. Today the top brass of the US Southern Command delivered his own [...]

Julio and Vanesa say “I Do!”

It is a match made in heaven, Vanesa and Julio took their wedding vows this past Sunday on live television. The reality wedding culminated months of romance that were captured [...]