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B.E.L. tells Mahogany Street vendors to move

Twenty-three vendors along Mahogany Street have come under pressure to move from their current locations. Belize Electricity Limited has written to the vendors justifying the directive on the basis that [...]

City hall says there are other areas that are too close to high tension wires

The vendors on Mahogany Street aren’t the only people being affected by the one hundred and fifteen kilovolt power lines. There are other parts of the country where lines are [...]

Is the Police looking for Kimano Barrow’s Oil Concession Partner?

For weeks, it has been reported that Allen Saum, is on the police’s wanted list. Saum is the man who is being accused of tampering with legal documents filed at [...]

Should Mahogany Street vendors be compensated for relocation losses?

Tonight’s Question is: Should Mahogany Street vendors be compensated for losses incurred from their relocation to a yet unknown venue? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to [...]

50 U.S. volunteers to aid in construction of school which was under attack

A group of over fifty persons, including students and contractors from the Monterrey Bay Academy Seven Day Adventist High School, arrived in Belize today. The purpose of their visit was [...]

Canal side vendors must relocate to market

Last Friday night, Miguel Rivera, a fruit vendor, was killed as he sat in the vicinity of the Michael Finnegan Market. The homicide spurred security concerns among fruit and vegetable [...]

Mexican National remanded while appeal is being heard

Mexican National, Jose Luis Robles Beltran was busted at the Free Zone on February twenty-fourth with a loaded point twenty-five Beretta Pistol and over twenty-thousand US dollars, eighteen hundred of [...]

Rice, beans and marijuana on platter of food taken to prison

It’s a trick that has played out many times and the perpetrators have been caught as many times. A Ministry of Works employee who went to visit an old childhood [...]

Young Women’s Christian Association celebrates 55th Anniversary

Founded in 1956 by Lady Winnie Ward, the local Young Women’s Christian Association is celebrating its fifty-fifth anniversary this month.  It coincides handily with Women’s Month and its programs are [...]

Police and Restore Belize feed Yarborough

Government announced it is providing over two million dollars for a food program that will be rolled out from the Southside to the north side of the city, but with [...]

Hot Performances on KTV Latino

Only three of five performers from Group A of KTV Latino will move on to the semifinals following Tuesday night’s round of competition. They all sang their hearts out to [...]