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River now clean, no finding yet in Dangriga pollution

Health officials have now sounded the all clear and Dangriga residents are off the beer and bottled water diet. But tonight, officials have still not drawn any solid conclusions as [...]

Burrell Boom contractor commits suicide

He was a well-known contractor from Burrell Boom, whose works included the Caye Caulker Airstrip and Belize City sewerage lagoons. Today he is dead. According to reports, the body of [...]

Chinese restaurant robbed

After a brief lapse, it seems that open season on the Chinese community is once again in full swing. This time the scene was on Orange Street where the usual [...]

Man charged in chopping

Tonight a Belize City man is in custody after a chopping incident on Saturday night. Police have arrested and charged 22-year old Herman Good with wounding and attempted murder. It [...]

Two held in boat theft

It wasn’t a hijack on the high seas but for one Belize City man, the theft of his boat was a big deal. 69-year old Lloyd Waite reported to police [...]

Guatemalan believed drowned in Mopan River

Cayo police are still investigating a missing persons report even though it’s not entirely certain if that’s the man they’re supposed to be looking for. Around 8:00 on Sunday morning, [...]

Rhett Fuller granted bail

He has been incarcerated since October of 1998, following an extradition request from the United States government for a Florida murder he claim he didn’t commit. But a decision on [...]

Car runs into grocery

The end result looked comical, but a traffic accident that occurred on Saturday morning was no laughing matter for those involved. Around 11:15 on Central America Boulevard a Ford Explorer [...]

Musa meets with Blair, Pope

Prime Minister Said Musa has met with British Prime Minister Tony Blair. During the meeting, which took place Saturday at Number 10 Downing Street, Musa sought the UK government’s support [...]

IDB meets with private sector

Since the Inter-American Development Bank established an office in Belize, it has funded a number of government projects. The IDB has also indirectly assisted the private sector through the Belize [...]

Fire wipes out family of 8

Belize is no stranger to the disaster of fire, but the human side of any tragedy is often lost behind the spectacular pictures of roaring flames and determined firefighters. Last [...]

Sagitun is king of football

Good evening I’m James Adderly and welcome to another ride on Sports Monday. Game 3 of the Regent Millennium Cup Championship staged at the MCC Grounds yesterday, turned out to [...]