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Customs hold two for suspect “medicine”

We begin the newscast tonight with a breaking report that Police and Customs officials are investigating another suspect shipment that arrived in Belize last week on Taca Airlines. A trace [...]

Seventeen year old youth shot in the head, clings to life

There was another shooting in Belize City last night to report. It involved a seventeen year old young man who is clinging to life at the K.H.M.H. after he was [...]

Three men and a minor behind bars for unlicensed firearm

Three young men are behind bars tonight facing charges for unlicensed firearms while an under-aged student is at a rehabilitation facility for the same offence. Twenty year old Stephen Flowers, [...]

Man gets five years in jail for stealing twenty-four dollars

And in more news from the courts, a man who was found guilty of the robbery of twenty-four dollars will have to spend five years in prison for the crime. [...]

Putt-Putt Bar and Grill jacker charged with burglary

Police moved quickly and have arrested a man for a burglary at Putt-Putt Bar and Grill. Forty-three year old Jewel Waight appeared in Magistrates’ Court today to answer to the [...]

Belize City man gets 40,000 dollars in fraudulent cheques

Many businesses are exhibiting signs proclaiming that they do not accept personal cheques … and tonight there is yet another reason to retain the practice. According to forty-eight year old [...]

BTB vehicle stolen from Benny’s parking lot

And the Belize Tourism Board has reported the theft of a company vehicle. According to forty-one year old cashier, Maria Zetina, the 2004 Nissan Frontier went missing from the Benny’s [...]

Chamber of Commerce calls on G.O.B. to review crime strategies

The private sector is weighing in on the seemingly uncontrollable increase in crime and violence that continue to threaten the security of citizens and the business community. A missive from [...]

C.B.C. turns to B.B.A. to settle cable dispute

If you thought it was over, it is not, and today there has been a flurry of activity in the ongoing dispute over television signals. The dispute erupted on August [...]

Fuel prices drop by an average of $1.15

Belizeans who filled their tanks today got sticker shock, but it wasn’t because of an increase in prices. As of midnight on August twelfth the pump prices for fuel reduced [...]

Japan offers thirteen scholarships to Belizeans

You may have heard of JICA, it is the cooperation arm of the Japanese Government and today the agency announced it was awarding thirteen scholarships to Belizeans, four of which [...]

Supa G releases “Di Scandal”

The September celebrations are just around the corner, and you will know this from the musical explosion that is coming our way… On Tuesday, Reckless stopped by the studio with [...]