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Supreme Court Orders Mediation in Deaths of Five Neonates at KHMH

In early May 2013 there were thirteen reported infant deaths at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. A subsequent investigation revealed the presence of a deadly bacteria, enterobacter cloacae, in the [...]

Musa’s Fiery Remarks at Cordel’s Convention Angers GSU Boss

There has been no love between the People’s United Party and the Gang Suppression Unit and tonight those bad relations have reached rock bottom. Complaints of police brutality at the [...]

Inspector Mark Flowers Launches Personal Attack on Said Musa

Those comments made by former Prime Minister Said Musa on the political podium at Saturday’s Lake Independence convention have angered GSU Commander Mark Flowers. Now normally politicians and police keep [...]

Former P.M. Says Flowers’ Comments Are Unbecoming of a Public Officer

Well this afternoon, the former prime minister did come back to the media. Speaking at today’s press conference, Said Musa described Inspector Flowers’ response as an emotional attack on him.  [...]

P.U.P. Demands the Removal of GSU Boss

The reaction from the P.U.P. was swift. The Leader of the Opposition Francis Fonseca reiterated the call for the disbandment of the Gang Suppression Unit, as well as the removal [...]

Do you believe that the GSU should be disbanded?

And tonight’s question is: Do you believe that the GSU should be disbanded? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on our [...]

Residents of San Pedro, Columbia Still on the Hunt for Suspected Killer

There have been new developments in the murder of sixty-one year old Agripina Coc. The mother of nine children was brutally chopped to death near her home in the village [...]

Arthur Saldivar’s Fate as a P.U.P. to be Decided by National Executive

P.U.P. Belize Rural North standard bearer Arthur Saldivar remains suspended tonight amid an ongoing investigation into a number of serious allegations that are directly affecting his candidacy in the next [...]

Chief Magistrate Suspends Phillip Gallaty from Driving Following Traffic Accident

In March of this year, fifty eight year-old businessman Phillip Gallaty was accused of reversing his double cab white Toyota Hilux Pickup truck into the front bumper of the vehicle [...]

MADISCO Employee Charged for Drug Trafficking

A Madisco employee was this morning convicted in the courtroom of Chief Magistrate Anne Marie Smith for drug trafficking. He is Kent Mendez, who was jointly charged with two of [...]

Is CitCo Keeping Up with its BML Arrears?

In early August sanitation matters between Belize Maintenance Limited and the Belize City Council came to a head. City Hall was in arrears to the company eighteen weeks, and because [...]

National Council on Ageing Issues Statement on Violence Against the Elderly

In the recent months, several elderly persons have been victims of violent crimes. Back on July thirtieth, Betty Westby as well as her mother were victims of a frightening home [...]

National Bank Celebrates One Year Anniversary

The National Bank of Belize, the country’s sole government-owned lending institution, is celebrating a milestone achievement this week.  Since opening its doors to the public on September second, 2013, the [...]

Belmopan Police Formation Introduces Inspector Stephanie Grinage

Inspector of Police Stephanie Grinage is one of several officers to have been promoted within the Belize Police Department recently.  With extensive experience, working various posts over the past seventeen [...]

Land Woes in Gungulung

A trio of residents from the Holy Emmanuel Area is tonight up in arms because despite years of asking for a street to access their houses, they have had no [...]

Sir Barry’s Belikin Bash is Here Again

The Sir Barry Bowen Belikin Bash, formerly known as Belikin Fest, is a popular event in string of activities for the September Celebrations. The three-day event, which is traditionally held [...]