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CITCO and G.O.B. continue to buck heads on Head Tax war

The ongoing drama between the Belize City Council, the Belize Tourism Board and Government seems to have hit an impasse. On Friday, the council fired off a steamy press lambasting [...]

SUV crashes into house in weekend accident

An early morning traffic accident caused chaos on Sunday as an out of control SUV collided head on into a house and fence on Freetown Road. Jacqueline Godwin, Reporting “Do [...]

Guat. Ambassador’s home burglarized while he slept

Can you imagine waking up from a night’s rest only to find out that your home has been burglarized and your vehicle stolen? Well that’s exactly what the Guatemalan ambassador [...]

Caye Caulker men hospitalized after knife fight

Tonight two Caye Caulker residents are recovering from stab wounds at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital following a fight between them over the weekend. According to police, forty-eight year old [...]

Cayo man charged for assaulting wife

Four days after students and survivors took to streets of Belize City to march against domestic violence there is another disturbing case to report, this time from the Cayo District. [...]

N.Hway traffic back to normal; more repairs to come

Traffic was back to normal on the Northern Highway this morning after three days of delays caused by a collapsed river embankment. According to the Ministry of Works, crews completed [...]

D.F.C. public hearings to resume on Thursday

They have been in suspended animation since October thirty-first but it now appears that the Commission of Inquiry into the management of the Development Finance Corporation will resume its public [...]

Chief Justice rules on Mahogany Heights muddle

It was a matter that the D.F.C. commission of inquiry hit upon during the public hearings: the quandary facing owners who bought land in the Mahogany Heights housing development but [...]

B.T.B. celebrates Tourism Awareness Week

As was evident earlier in this newscast, Godfrey Smith has a lot on his plate regarding the ongoing negotiations with the Belize City Council, but this afternoon to the Tourism [...]

New special general meeting called in citrus controversy

For months, the Belizean citrus industry has been walking a minefield of controversy and this weekend proved to be one more misstep. Saturday’s special general meeting featured yet another contentious [...]

Body found in O.W. may be missing Ladyville man

Tonight it appears that a body found in the Orange Walk District is that of missing Ladyville resident Raymond Simon. Police say around three this afternoon a body was found [...]

Cowo takes Mountain Bike Race

Good evening. I’m James Adderley, and we warmly welcome you to this portion of Sports Monday. The F.F.B.’s five thousand knockout tournament kicked off its two game championship series yesterday [...]