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Friends/family bid tearful goodbye to fallen pilot

Silence enveloped the municipal airstrip this morning as all traffic came to halt so that hundreds of mourners could gather to pay their respects in the official memorial service for [...]

Another businessman turns in bogus cheque to media

Tonight more bad checks are coming out of the woodwork. During our coverage of a brazen con artist ripping off local businesses in the city this week, yet another store [...]

Police investigate baby trafficking in Cayo

Human Trafficking. The very words evoke fear in most who realise the scary and deadly consequences of this depraved and illegal activity. And tonight, authorities in the west are investigating [...]

B.G.C.I.: Confusion ruled terms of reference

The Belize Governance Improvement Commission released more documents to the media today, apparently determined to bolster its case and repair the reputation of the twelve members who resigned en mass [...]

Police officer convicted in death of Caye Caulker man

A police officer has been convicted in the death of a Caye Caulker man in the Belize Supreme Court. This afternoon, after two and a half hours of deliberation, a [...]

Crooked Tree farmer charged with school break-in

A farmer from Crooked Tree Village has been arrested and charged for stealing food and drinks from the children of that community. According to court reports, thirty-five year old Curtis [...]

Belize Port Authority hosts strategy workshop

With the entire eastern coast of our country bounded by the Caribbean Sea, our port facilities play a key role in both the importation and exportation of goods. With security [...]

Dangriga taxi driver wins $117,500 Lotto jackpot

It wasn’t the biggest Lotto jackpot, but the more than one hundred and seventeen thousand dollars up for grabs sent hundreds to stand in line for their chance to win. [...]

SJC students dig in to build fence for primary-schoolers

Today if you happened to be travelling along Coney Drive in Belize City, you might have noticed a large group of students gathered just in front of the Buttonwood Bay [...]

Researchers gather to discuss code of ethics

The Ministry of Health, in collaboration with the Caribbean Health Research Council, PAHO and WHO is this week conducting a Research Ethics Workshop. That is, the proper collection of data [...]

2002 study: Too many Belizeans living in poverty

How do you define poverty? Is it by the amount of money in your pocket or your quality of life: that is, whether you have enough food to eat and [...]