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K.H.M.H. Go-Slow In Effect Indefinitely, Hospital Staff Demands Wage Increase

Services at the national referral hospital were significantly reduced today, and will continue so for an indefinite period, affecting patients from the districts who require medical attention at the Karl [...]

Ministry of Health C.E.O. Says Industrial Action Precedes Negotiation with Government

Coming out of Thursday’s meeting, the staff of the KHMH is organizing a workers’ union and plans to negotiate on behalf of employees with the Board of Governors and government.  [...]

Police Officer Perishes in Road Traffic Accident in Cayo District

An accident in Spanish Lookout claimed the life of a detective attached to the Special Branch in Belmopan. San Ignacio police were called out to the Spanish Lookout Road sometime [...]

Former P.U.P. National Campaign Manager Breaks Silence on Abrupt Resignation

In news of a political nature, on Tuesday, Attorney Godfrey Smith abruptly departed his post as National Campaign Manager in the wake of a third consecutive election loss by the [...]

Sedi Elrington on Recent Detention of Belizeans in Guatemala

Five Belizeans were detained in Guatemala in mid-June and reportedly experienced a horrible ordeal at the hands of the Guatemalans military.  The group was hanging out at a restaurant in [...]

Former Benque Mayor Arrested in Melchor Holds Guatemalan Nationality

There is another recent arrest by Guatemalan authorities. On July eleventh, 2015, Benque Viejo businessman and former Mayor, Edgar Contreras was arrested in Guatemala for having a gun not registered [...]

Arguments in B.T.I.A./NCL Suit Concludes in Supreme Court

The case against Harvest Caye, a tourism development project created by Norwegian Cruise Lines, concluded in the courtroom of Justice Courtney Abel today with closing arguments. The Belize Tourism Industry [...]

The Fate of Harvest Caye Development to be Decide on Later Date

On the other side of that argument is Senior Counsel Godfrey Smith.  He is representing the Belize Tourism Industry Association, arguing that indeed the developers of Harvest Caye proceeded with [...]

Teenager Acquitted of 2012 Murder of Leopold Palacio

A teenager walked free from a murder charge today after Judge Adolph Lucas upheld a no case submission. Kadeem Anderson is now nineteen, but he was seventeen years old when [...]

Attorney General Discusses Justice System

It is known that there is a backlog of cases and decisions yet to be dealt with at the Supreme and Magistrate Courts level. According to the Foreign Minister Sedi [...]

Will Early General Elections Be Called? Ask U.D.P. Ground Commander, Boots Martinez

There is speculation that given the state of affairs within the Opposition party, Prime Minister Dean Barrow will again call general elections before the current term expires to secure an [...]

Boots Is Ready to Face Any P.U.P. Candidate in Port Loyola

An audit done by the People’s United Party after a resounding defeat in the municipal elections called for changes to revitalize the grand old party. One affected area representative was [...]

Ambassador Nestor Mendez Sworn-in as O.A.S. Assistant Secretary General

Former Permanent Representative of Belize to the Organization of American States, Nestor Mendez is spending his first day as the new Assistant Secretary General of the O.A.S.  The ambassador will [...]

WINBelize Takes Proactive Approach in Fight Against Gender-based Violence

The recent murders of two women, Juana Cardinez and Keisha Buller, that allegedly took place at the hands of their domestic partners, has prompted a reaction from the Women’s Issues [...]

Ministry of Foreign Trade Discusses Partial Scope Agreement with Private Sector

The Ministry of Foreign Trade and its partners held a seminar to discuss the Partial Scope Agreement (P.S.A.) with private sector partners. It’s an agreement signed a few years ago [...]

S.S.B. Provides Big Bucks to Aid Children with Cancer

Today, the Social Security Board made a generous donation to the Belize Cancer Society. A handsome cheque of three hundred and seventy thousand dollars was handed over to the organization [...]