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Cruise tourism down but developer hopes high

The sale of the Belize City port remains a controversial issue but tonight, the project’s local developer is confident that one day soon, the southside of the old capital will [...]

W?Hway accident leaves former Com. Pol. critical

Tonight a veteran law enforcement officer remains hospitalized following a traffic accident on Thursday. Seventy year old Kent Haylock, a former commissioner of police and the current chief of security [...]

Belmopan man dies in early morning crash

A Belmopan family is in mourning tonight following a fatal traffic accident in the capital. Police reports are that around two thirty this morning, cops were called to an area [...]

Police Sgt. charged w/ molesting 12 yr. old

In more disturbing news from Belmopan, this week a sergeant of police was charged with the molestation of a child. In Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday, sergeant of police James Cayetano, [...]

D.F.C. workers back at work as “show of good faith”

In news from the labour front, today D.F.C. employees who walked out on Thursday returned to work as “a sign of good faith”. According to Vice President of the Christian [...]

Fight over parking spot ends in life behind bars

The case of a fatal fight over a parking space more than two years ago has ended with a verdict of life behind bars. According to court reports, around five [...]

BECOL: Chalillo filled to capacity & then some

Following reports this week that the recent rains across the country have resulted in the reservoir at Chalillo being filled to capacity, the company has released a photograph of the [...]

Board member resigns in solidarity w/ Smiling

On Wednesday night’s newscast, Corozal Free Zone businessman Winston Smiling publicized his strong objections to his being denied the use of proxy forms during elections of private sector representatives to [...]

N.T.U.C.B. adopts Belize City park

As part of official celebrations for the fortieth anniversary of the National Trade Union Congress of Belize, today the unionists adopted one of the oldest parks in the city. In [...]

Teachers take centre stage in regional conference

Today, Belizean teachers took centre stage as the University of Belize hosted the third triennial regional conference of the Joint Board of Teacher Education. And while the conference focused on [...]

Korean project to build schools in Pickstock, Yo Creek

A significant donation from the Government of South Korea this week will see the construction of schools, one in the Belize District and a second in rural Orange Walk. According [...]

B.D.F. receives medical donation from 7th. Day Adventists

The Belize Defence Force is charged with defending the country’s territorial integrity but today cameraman Rick Romero and I discovered that the men and women in green are also playing [...]