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Man electrocuted at Ladyville work site

Three days of rain have been an irritant to many Belizeans, but today all that water was a key factor in a man’s death, as a worker toiling in a [...]

Child injured in Crooked Tree cattle stampede

All those contented cows wandering around the bucolic village of Crooked Tree look quaint and harmless… but today one family found out that looks can be dangerously deceiving. Clarita Russell, [...]

Cop arrested for conning woman

On last night’s newscast we reported on a Belize City woman’s complaint that she was bilked out of fourteen hundred dollars by a cop who took her down payment for [...]

Businessman donates computers to police

In other police news, the department today received a computer upgrade for the press office and records keeping section. At brief ceremonies at the Raccoon Street station, Assistant Commissioner of [...]

Cabinet: Chalillo Act will be repealed

It was described on our newscast of June thirteenth as “the worst piece of legislation ever passed by the House of Representatives”, and nothing done since then has caused the [...]

B.E.L.: electric rates among lowest in Caribbean

In related news, Belize Electricity Limited today release figures showing that out of twenty Caribbean countries, Belize’s electricity rates are among the lowest, with only Trinidad and Jamaica charging consumers [...]

4 ships mark opening of high cruise season

If the streets of Belize City looked a bit more crowded than usual today, it was because there were four cruise ships in the harbour. That event, the first of [...]

Lotto winner finally claims his prize

This morning, Saturday’s Lotto Jackpot winner finally walked into the offices of Tropical Gaming Company to claim his prize money. Mark Carcamo of Corozal Town may not have wanted to [...]