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Employee held in credit union embezzlement

Employees helping themselves to company cash is not a particularly unusual occurrence, but when someone walks away with more than half a million dollars, something is wrong, very wrong. That’s [...]

Meerabux lawyer cancels press conference

Earlier this month Governor General Sir Colville Young informed Supreme Court Justice George Meerabux that he has been removed from office based on several allegations of misconduct during his tenure [...]

BTL shareholders meeting set for Friday

On Friday evening Belize’s largest and most profitable publicly held company holds its annual general meeting. This one may spark some fireworks as BTL’s directors are considering withholding a portion [...]

Cyclist injured, truck driver charged

Four vehicles were involved in an accident that has left one man hospitalised in the K.H.M.H. The accident took place around 10:00 this morning near Nargusta Street on Central American [...]

Govt. initiates cashew project

Cashew, that pricey delicacy sold on the main streets of every Belizean city and town, is slated to emerge from a cottage industry into a major source of income for [...]

Seminar looks at gender and media

The media in Belize has at various times come under fire for its alleged lack of sensitivity to issues involving women and children. To remedy that perceived shortcoming, many of [...]

San Pedro family finds divine inspiration

In news from San Pedro a woman from that island town is looking for an explanation for the mysterious appearance of what she says is an image of the crucifixion, [...]

BTB believes tourism industry will recover

Two weeks after the biggest peacetime terrorist attack in modern history, Belize tourism officials are still holding their breath to see just how hard the industry here will be hit. [...]

New hotel for Ambergris; Galeria Maya on hold?

The cloud on the world’s tourism industry will hopefully not affect several big projects now underway in Belize. Three weeks ago groundbreaking ceremonies were held for the new Avalon Reef [...]

Belizean musician cuts new CD

September celebrations may have come and gone, but Belizean artists continue to put out their latest efforts. Louie Ganzie better known as The Emperor, has released his first album. The [...]

Cashew grows abundantly in Crooked Tree

Earlier in this newscast, we reported on a new initiative to develop a modern cashew industry in the Belize District. Over a decade ago our production team looked at the [...]