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Will Godfrey testify at Senate inquiry?

“Bring St. James.” That was the pointed message delivered on April sixth by Social Security Board General Manager Narda Garcia. Garcia was responding under oath to questions posed by members [...]

Lawsuit against G.O.B. opens in Miami

After all the legal hauling and pulling, today in the courtroom of U.S. Federal Judge Ursula Ungaro-Benages the case of Innovative Communications Corporation versus the Government of Belize finally got [...]

Parents protest Muffles commencement cancellation

In the midst of graduation ceremonies across the country, tonight a number of Orange Walk residents are protesting one school’s decision to cancel this year’s commencement exercises. We understand that [...]

Two dead in Independence fire

A tragic fire in Independence on Monday night has claimed the lives of two of the village’s residents. Sixty-year-old Elizabeth Diego and one-year-old Rudolph Green were burned to death inside [...]

San Pedro cop charged with carnal knowledge

The sexual abuse of a child is always disturbing, but when the accused abuser is someone you’re supposed to trust, like a police officer, the act is downright tragic. According [...]

Problems in Mexico mean blackouts for Belize

More woes for B.E.L. Around four-thirty this afternoon the entire nation was once again plunged into blackout. The cause was an explosion at the Xul-Ha generating plant west of Chetumal, [...]

He signed for bail… and is now in jail

This next story is a cautionary tale for anyone considering posting bail for a friend. Tonight one Belize City resident, Napoleon Vicente, is behind bars after his “good buddy” skipped [...]

Correction: Dangriga, not San Ignacio

And in a correction to a story we aired on last night’s newscast, one of Belize’s top ten P.S.E students, Oniesha Flores, is a student of Sacred Heart Primary in [...]

Female basketball finals open tonight

Semi-pro basketball. It may have fallen off the national sports scene, but that does not mean that the hardwood at the Belize City Centre is silent. While an ongoing inter-office [...]