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Gurkhas charged with murder in death of student

Today, Belizean authorities have confirmed that the six soldiers arrested in the death of fourteen-year-old David Zabaneh Jr. will answer to the charge of murder. The men were part of [...]

Dangriga man stabbed in back by friend

A Dangriga man remains hospitalised tonight recovering from a stab wound. According to officers from the Southern Command, around 8:30 Thursday night, twenty-three year old Wallace Mohammed got into a [...]

O.W. restaurateur robbed of $14,000

A businesswoman from Orange Walk has reported being robbed of thousands of dollars. According to thirty-two year old Fang Yue-mei, proprietor of Shanghai Restaurant, sometime between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. [...]

Ombudsman: Police search of homes is legal

It’s a story that more than one Belizean has come to our studios to tell, that of police officers leaving their home in disarray after searching the premises for drugs, [...]

UNDP gives environmental agencies a helping hand

While no one can deny the bounty of Belize’s natural environment, it is also clear that we must protect it. Today, seven environmental agencies received money from the United Nations [...]

Image Factory, Houses of Culture get I.D.B. funding

Every year, the Inter-American Development Bank, through its Cultural Centre in Washington, D.C., gives grants for cultural projects organised by agencies in Latin America and the Caribbean. This morning, Belize’s [...]

Funny money hits Belizean market again

And since we’re already on the topic of money, we thought it wise to tell you that today, the Central Bank sent out a press release warning the Belizean public [...]

Gov’t agencies take on number of traffic accidents

More often than not most Mondays, one of the sad facts we have to report are the traffic accidents that have taken place over the weekend. So it should come [...]

YWCA launches summer programmes

With the Ministry of Education estimating that more than forty thousand primary school students will be out on the loose for two months of summer holidays, there are no shortage [...]

BCVI gets ready for annual summer camp

If you are the parent of a child with special needs, don’t worry, this summer, they’ll have programmes to participate in too. One of them is being hosted by the [...]