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Massive police raid on businessman’s home produces puny results

Tonight a well known businessman, Jose Shoman, and his wife, Malachi, are out on bail after a drawn out police raid which lasted for more than five hours at their [...]

New legal action attempts to enforce wall ruling

It’s the legal dispute that refuses to die … and today lawyers for the Brown Sugar and Harbourview companies were in the Supreme Court seeking the enforcement of a ruling [...]

Developer’s lawsuit against environmental activist fails

Ara Macao: that was the development project that proposed to build a two hundred and sixty room hotel, four hundred and sixty condos, a hundred thousand square foot casino and [...]

Accused of murder, defendant found guilty of manslaughter

In news from the criminal side of the Supreme Court, a teenager charged with murder was instead found guilty of the lesser offence of Manslaughter. Eighteen year old Steven Manzanero [...]

New police website offers better access by public

It’s the part of police work that you don’t see every night on the news. Kendra Griffith reports that—like much of society—law enforcement is joining the information revolution. Kendra Griffith, [...]

Garifuna Collective returns from successful int’l tour

One of the old sayings in the entertainment business is “the show must go on” … and that’s exactly what happened following the unexpected death of musician Andy Palacio in [...]

Local group takes music to the streets

While their music may not be the stuff of world tours, the rotating band of artists that dropped by our studios this afternoon believes that their work can still have [...]

Youth chess competition draws a crowd

It’s a game that’s been around over a thousand years, and in Belize its roots likely go back as far as the Baymen. But in more recent times chess has [...]