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Cops statement questionable and money laundering charges dropped

A sensational case of money laundering for sixty thousand U.S. dollars in cash fell apart in court today.  It is the third case that has gone bad for the Financial [...]

David and Tony Novelo double fares for bus route

The price of fuel keeps soaring, premium is selling for a whopping ten dollars and forty nine cents per gallon. Just about everything is going up and if you ride [...]

Novelo Brothers’ spokesman says their new routes were approved

And while Kevan Jenkins told us off camera that the Traffic Department has not received any proposal from the Novelo brothers for the new bus run, Spokesperson for Arrowline, Philip [...]

Future of tenders in cruise tourism industry still in unchartered waters

When we checked today, cruise lines are still on schedule for Friday but the future of tender operations remains up in the air. Three lines called on port today:  Carnival [...]

Viewer poll question: advantages and disadvantages of cruise tourism

Tonight’s question is: Do you think the benefits of cruise tourism outweigh the disadvantages it brings to the jewel? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 [...]

APAMO says PM incorrect about drilling in Sarstoon Temash National Park

The anti-drilling movement in national parks is picking up steam. On Wednesday, the Coalition to Save Our National Heritage issued a release in support of Greg Ch’oc and SATIIM, which [...]

Benque Mayor evicts Humanitarian Association from G.O.B. building

In November of 2010, the Humanitarian Association, a charitable group in Benque Viejo was being forced out of the building it occupied by the Health Department.  It seemed that the [...]

Another charge against Ernest Raymond Jr. falls apart in Court

Earlier we told you that the third case of Money Laundering brought the Financial Intelligence Unit did not succeed in court before Senior Magistrate Sharon Frazer. In a related case, [...]

Arthur Saldivar to be endorsed as P.U.P. Rural North candidate

The National Executive of the People’s United Party met in what they refer to as an emergency session on Wednesday. But during that meeting, two P.U.P. execs said they were [...]

Will Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers be welcomed back into the U.D.P. fold?

Still on party politics, the national executive of the U.D.P. will meet over the weekend to consider whether or not Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers will be re-admitted back in the [...]

Shot by cop and Steven Buckley ready to buck slow wheels of justice

Steven Buckley was shot last year during a police operation near the Cumberbatch Field.  What appeared at first like an open and shut case has lingered in the system for [...]

Education and Youth Minister, Patrick Faber’s father passes

We record the passing of Lloyd Faber, the father of Education and Youth Minister Patrick Faber and his brother, City Councilor Andrew Faber.  Faber who was a lay minister in [...]

Healthy Living digs deep about knowledge of bone spurs

Have you heard of the term bone spurs? It is a condition of abnormal bone growth. According to the specialists, many persons have it and do not know it. Treatment [...]