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P.U.P. chairman says party will unite

As the dust begins to settle following the latest Cabinet reshuffle, the People’s United Party is looking very much like a house divided. But this morning, P.U.P. Chairman Francis Fonseca [...]

B.T.L. unveils plans for free internet for schools

Free Internet for schools. It’s been the mantra of politicians across the globe ever since the Internet became the World Wide Web in the early 90′s. In Belize the concept [...]

Dangriga detainee dies in police custody

A Dangriga man has died while in the custody of police. Authorities have launched a full investigation to determine what caused the death of eighteen year old Fredrick Martinez. Preliminary [...]

Woman wounded in drive-by was not intended victim

Belize City police have detained one man in connection with a shooting incident that has left a thirty-seven year old woman hospitalised. According to police, around eight on Tuesday night [...]

Well known sculptor charged with carnal knowledge

Tonight a popular sculptor is behind bars, accused of a sexual assault. This morning forty-nine year old Curl Gordon appeared before Chief Magistrate Margaret McKenzie where he was formally arraigned [...]

Convicted rapist will get new trial

In other court news, a convicted rapist has been granted a new trial. Last October, forty-eight year old Dennis Gabourel was sentenced to ten years in jail for raping and [...]

Three charged for witness intimidation

Three people have been arrested for attempting to intimidate a witness in a criminal trial. Based on a report by the witness that he was accosted on Saturday, prior to [...]

Tourist dies while snorkelling at Hol Chan

A tourist has died while snorkelling off Ambergris Caye. Sixty-four year old Forest Wells of New Jersey, U.S.A. was in the waters of the Hol Chan Marine Reserve on Tuesday [...]

Education officials encouraged by P.S.E. results

Last night we introduced the top scorers in the Primary School Examination, but tonight it’s time to take a closer look at the statistics. The Ministry of Education reports that [...]

B.D.F. team wins PACT challenge

Today was the final leg of the event known as the PACT Challenge. The three teams, having experienced the wonders of Belize’s magnificent atolls, returned to Belize City to meet [...]