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Immigration Minister Perdomo steps down

For weeks, there has been a guessing game as to who would be the heir to the U.D.P. throne in Caribbean Shores.  Minster Carlos Perdomo today finally admitted that he [...]

Mike Singh challenges Santi for Caribbean Shores

All possible candidates for the division have until next Wednesday to formally apply to contest the December fourth convention. Both Santi Castillo and Perdomo’s favorite were present at today’s press [...]

Will there be an early election?

But will there be early general elections? When the consultations on the Ninth Amendment began, supporters of the P.U.P. were calling for elections. Those sentiments have been echoed by the [...]

Electricity Rates to dip next year

Though the Prime Minister says general elections will likely follow after the 2012 March municipal elections, the standard pre-election quality of life packages are on the way. The Prime Minister [...]

Gang Murder not gang related? The truce revealed

The gang truce was agreed upon by Belize City gangsters and the prime minister on September fourth. There has been a drop in gang related murders, but there were still [...]

Police promotions legit

And though the Police Department had fewer murders to solve in the past two months, it doesn’t mean they don’t have their fair share of internal issues to iron out. [...]

Citrus Factory rejects Farmer’s oranges

The Citrus factory in Pomona revved up today for the new crop season. Oranges and grapefruits are fetching good prices on the export market, but the trouble is that the [...]

P.M. seeks Int’l Attorney for Universal case

Universal Health Services was the private hospital whose debt was guaranteed by the government to the Belize Bank. In 2007, it caused protests in the capital. The bank was owed [...]

Francis talks Accommodation Agreement

While that loan has been haunting the past administration, the highly controversial accommodation agreement signed in 2005 between the Musa Administration and B.T.L. has become the albatross on Francis Fonseca’s [...]

Stray bullet hits innocent mom in home

Turning to crime, another innocent resident became a victim of the violent Belize City streets on Tuesday night. Thirty-five year old Chalonie Craig was inside her house at the corner [...]

2 teens to stand trial for murder

Two Belize City teenagers were today committed by Chief Magistrate, Ann Marie Smith to stand trial at the Supreme Court. The first was eighteen year old Kevin Bodden, who is [...]

Squatters get 2 extra years on land

Meanwhile, a land dispute was settled amicably in the Supreme Court this morning before Justice Michelle Arana.  Stacey Ortiz and her mother, Linda Hinds took a fellow city resident, Ricardo [...]

Fatal accident on the Western Highway

A hearing impaired Hattieville resident is dead following an accident on Tuesday night between miles ten and eleven on the Western Highway. Shortly before six, the man was riding his [...]

Coast Guard receives $8 Million donation

The Belize National Coast Guard is the gate keeper of our territorial waters but it has limited resources to curb organized crime and other illicit activities that have become more [...]

Dallas Black Dance Theatre at the Bliss

Three major events are on ICA’s calendar to celebrate its third Dance Extravaganza. The first takes place this weekend at the Bliss. Performing will be twelve professional dancers including a [...]