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Officials: Crooked Tree fish kill caused by low oxygen levels

On last night’s newscast we heard from concerned villagers of Crooked Tree who, at a loss to explain the sudden mass death of fish in the waters surrounding their community, [...]

Robbery suspect turns himself in; escaped con still out

Sheldon Burgess, the man police believe held up a delivery truck in Dangriga on Saturday, is tonight behind bars. The twenty-one year old resident of Isla Road in that Southern [...]

Would be kidnapper stopped by cops

A taxi driver out on a very early run on Monday morning is lucky to be alive after being held up at gunpoint and taken hostage. Police say that according [...]

Officers who foiled robbery commended by Compol

Three police officers whose quick action resulted in the apprehension of a pair of robbers earlier this month were honoured today in a short ceremony in Belize City. Corporals Lenox [...]

U.D.P. says oil money should not pay for UHS bailout

The United Democratic Party has weighed in on the issue of government’s possible sale of its ten percent stake in the Spanish Lookout oil field. And while the U.D.P. position [...]

Corozal man takes home $60,000 Lotto jackpot

For the last seven days, a Corozal man has been sitting on a pile of money. On April eleventh, Florencio Catzim held the winning ticket for the sixty thousand dollar [...]

City and Health Ministry team up for health fair

Today the NICH parking lot was the venue of Health Expo 2007. Organised by the Public Health Department and the Belize City Council, the event included the participation of several [...]

E.U. funds Toledo micro credit programme

Ambitious residents of the Toledo District will soon be able to access new loan funds, thanks to a grant from the European Union. The eight hundred and fifty thousand Belize [...]

U.S. military humanitarian exercise helps Belize District

While residents of Crooked Tree were wondering whether a U.S. researcher was killing their fish, another group of gringos was busy on a number of public service projects that will [...]

B.E.L. donation assists BERT to maintain ambulance services

We cover a lot of violent crimes and road accidents and it’s not unusual for our news crew to arrive at a scene only to find the flashing lights of [...]