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90 undocumented K.H.M.H. credit card purchases including jewelry store

The Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital audit shows thousands of dollars paid to a business called Skilled Solutions LLC, which is a house in a residential area of Pembroke Pines. The [...]

Friend of slain mother and daughter believes someone close is responsible

It is yet to be determined how the Prime Minister feels about the money trials of the K.H.M.H. or the undocumented trail of transactions that beleaguers the National referral hospital.  [...]

Maya King Case resolved at CCJ

While there are no charges filed against those men in local courts, inside the Trinidad courtroom of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), a judgment was handed via teleconference this [...]

Sweet case of stolen sugar

It was discovered on Monday that one hundred and twenty-five tons of sugar had been stolen from different barges that docked at Drowned Caye between April first and July second. [...]

Soldier charged for aggravated burglary

A Belize Defence Force Soldier was also before the court this morning to answer to charges of Aggravated Burglary and Harm. Thirty-four year old Evan Robert Ramclam is accused of [...]

Zenaida’s plans for restaurant in the sea

Recently former Mayor of Belize City, Zenaida Moya began driving piles into the Haulover creek near the Courthouse with plans to construct a restaurant. But the activity was suspended pending [...]

Youth man’s entrepreneurial bicycle plan

While the former Mayor’s battle as a businesswoman and entrepreneur is well documented, another local businessman is trying to get the word out on his endeavors. A local youth  man [...]

Senate discusses $2 Million DFC Housing Write-offs

As we reported earlier in the week, the Senate met for the first time since the March seventh General Elections on Tuesday to discuss three bills that have been put [...]

P.U.P. deeply concerned about write-offs

Across the floor, People’s United Party senator Lisa Shoman, shared similar concerns, particularly on the subject of records proffered by the DFC regarding loan payments made by homeowners in Mahogany [...]

Belize to have representation in 30th Olympic Games in London

A local athlete, who has no intention of being written off, actually wants to be written into the record books. Belize will have representation in the thirtieth Olympic Games to [...]

Kids get the Belize Camping Experience

Summer camps are popping up on every radar across the country and another began this week in Belize City, specifically targeting the children on the south side. It’s the Belize [...]

Creative Arts to bolster talented youths

If your child is still trying to choose a camp, perhaps this one may bring out their talent. It’s the third annual Summer Arts Institute being held by the Institute [...]

Gospel truth for the youths says dancehall singer

In recent weeks we’ve seen a number of protests and demonstrations against the violence in the streets, particularly those targeting young children. And there is another group that will be [...]

FOPREL aims to improve grades with proper nutrition

The Forum of Presidents of Legislative Branches in Central America and the Caribbean (FOPREL) consists of eight permanent members: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and the [...]

Meet the delegates for Queen of the Jewel (Miss Belize)

The Miss Belize pageant is now known as Queen of the Jewel. Freelance reporter Duane Moody caught up with the current queen and the delegates as they were preparing for [...]