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Passport trial postponed one more time

It was the first in a long line of major scandals attributed to the government of Prime Minister Said Musa, but events in the Supreme Court today suggest that justice [...]

Corozal policeman charged with rape

A police officer from Corozal town has found himself on the other side of the law after being charged with rape. According to the alleged victim, around three a.m. on [...]

Coroner’s inquest ordered in death of Leslie Rogers Jr.

A coroner’s inquest has been ordered into the death of Leslie Rogers Junior. Rogers was shot and killed by police officer Aldo Ayuso on the night of February twelfth, 2005, [...]

Machetemen sentenced to one year in prison

Two teenagers have been sentenced to a year in prison for their role in a 2005 chopping incident. Nineteen year old Leonard Gillett Junior and fifteen year old Darren Jones, [...]

Women police officers meet in Belmopan

The Second Annual Conference for Women Police Officers opened today at the George Price Centre in Belmopan. Issues being discussed at the two-day session include domestic violence, women’s health, ethics, [...]

Auction of N.D.F.B. building fails to reach reserve price

It has served as a venue for many media events, but most of us in the press hardly gave a thought to who owned it. I’m talking about the building [...]

Student photographers show talent

Photography: it’s always been an art form popular with people of all ages and incomes. And with new technology, snapping pictures is easier and cheaper than ever. Today, I found [...]

A.C.B. launches campaign against vote buying

With municipal elections just under a month away, the Association of Concerned Belizeans has launched a campaign called “No sell yuh vote, vote yuh mind.” Today A.C.B. members Steve Duncan [...]

Shriners offer more help for Belizeans with bone problems

You’ve seen them on this newscast before but it never hurts to acknowledge good deeds, no matter how many times they’re repeated. Jacqueline Woods, Reporting This young teenager is just [...]