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Former ComPol takes over security at Hattieville Prison

Following the highly embarrassing arrest of its security chief, the Kolbe Foundation has moved quickly to exercise some damage control. On Thursday, it announced that disgraced employee Oscar Puga had [...]

Oil insiders host media tour on industry developments

For months now, oil has been a hot topic around local discussion tables. How much is really down there? How much revenue will the industry pay out to Government? And [...]

Two cat 5 storms dominated hurricane season 2007

Many Belizeans are breathing a little easier tonight as November thirtieth officially marks the close of hurricane season 2007. While this year wasn’t as active as originally predicted, the rare [...]

Corozal teen dies in Northern Highway traffic accident

A head on collision on the Northern Highway has cost a Corozal teenager his life. According to police reports, shortly before ten on Thursday night, an Isuzu Trooper and a [...]

Western Dairies delivery truck robbed on Mahogany Street

In Belize City, investigators are tonight looking for two men who held up a delivery truck driver in the middle of the afternoon. According to Western Diaries employee Clarence Young, [...]

Prosecution closes case in Ganzie murder trial

In court news, the prosecution has closed its case against accused murderer Louis “Louie Ganzie” Gentle. As part of her submissions, Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Cheryl Lynn Branker-Tait called [...]

Drug dealer’s weight helps keep him out of jail

Meanwhile, it appears an accused drug dealer escaped going to jail because of his weight. This morning when police raided the Castle Street home of twenty-nine year old Llewellyn “Bigga” [...]

N.C.F.C. holds contest to help children express themselves

If you are looking for an easy way to earn some cash and do some good at the same time, we’ve got just the thing. In anticipation of International Children’s [...]

Toy maker puts different spin on popular gift

With the Christmas season upon us, parents are already on the prowl for presents. One toy on the market this year is an old school truck. According to creator Joel [...]

City wide events commemorate World AIDS Day

As part of our continuing coverage of the activities leading up to World AIDS Day on December first, today our crews travelled across the city to highlight the various events. [...]