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In a stunning fall from grace, Marion says she cheated

A short time ago, Marion Jones, one of Belize’s National Heroes suffered a stunning fall from grace as she issued a statement to friends, family, and fans admitting that she [...]

Belizeans disappointed but promise to support Jones

As Marion’s confession makes it way through the Belizean community, it’s hard to miss the disappointment felt by many. When Marion lifted the Belizean flag in Sydney for all the [...]

Clothes salesman killed in morning machete attack

The seventy-first murder of the year took place last night in southern Belize. According to police, around seven-thirty this morning, residents in Independence Village called 911 to report that a [...]

Second suspect charged in Felix murder

Meanwhile, another Belize City resident has been charged with the murder of Kirlyn Felix. This afternoon nineteen year old Mark Vernon was brought before Magistrate Albert Hoare where he was [...]

Cops seek suspect wanted for separate shootings

And while those two accused murderers are behind bars, tonight police need your help to find this man, Brandon Taylor. According to police, last night a mobile patrol looking for [...]

New Chief Elections Officer appointed

With elections less than six months away, Belize has a new Chief Elections Officer. She is Ruth Meighan, a career public servant with a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and [...]

190 people take oath of allegiance to Belize

As Meighan settles into her duties, we’re pretty sure she’ll be checking her voters list and tonight there’s a good chance that total number has already gone up by almost [...]

Mayors, councillors participate in 2-day workshop

In other political news, today mayors, city councillors, and municipal administrators from across the country gathered in Belize City for a two-day workshop designed to help them do a better [...]

Red Cross praised for Hurricane Dean relief efforts

While most of us are celebrating the fact that the hurricane season is winding down, Belizeans who bore the brunt of Hurricane Dean in August are still trying to rebuild [...]

Music keeps Brukdown artist going

His name has become synonymous with one of Belize’s most prized musical genres. Tonight as we continue our coverage of The Coming of Age series, we highlight the incomparable Wilfred [...]