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Fuel takes another drastic drop at the pumps

The cost of living may be up but there is good news tonight that will bring some relief to consumers. And if you didn’t run out and full your tank [...]

Stab wound to the chest kills Egbert Broaster

There is a third murder to report this week. Shortly before ten last night, forty year old Egbert Broaster of Mohammed Ali Street in Belize City was pronounced dead at [...]

Gold chain sale used to lure robbery victim

And in news from the courts, twenty-four year old Kareem “Homes” Williams of Supal Street is currently behind bars for robbing a man of his cell phone and money. The [...]

Eldon Thomas freed of trafficking 40lbs of cannabis

Also in court, a Security guard who was charged with Drug Trafficking a few months ago is today relieved of the charge. On April eleventh, the police searched an apartment [...]

Ryan Horne declared fit to stand trial for murder

He stabbed two sisters to death in cold blood and now a doctor has declared him fit to stand trial after spending more than two years in prison awaiting trial. [...]

Youth tries to steal ex-cop’s gun, gets shot in the leg

And at news time, a youth is receiving medical treatment in the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital tonight after he was shot by an ex-police constable shortly after five this evening. [...]

P.M. Barrow is confident about going to I.CJ.

Meanwhile, on the diplomatic front, it’s the countdown to the signing of the compromis or special agreement in Washington DC this coming December eighth, which would land the Guatemalan claim [...]

32 Seaman Apprentices join the Coastguard

Belize’s Coastguard was established back in 2005 to protect the integrity of our waters. It has bases at Hunting Caye, San Pedro, and its current headquarters is at the Williamson [...]

Belize assumes chair of Central American Parliaments

Belize today assumed the mantle of the rotating Presidency of the National Parliaments of Central America and the Caribbean Basin. Local President of the Senate, Andrea Gill, officially took over [...]

Douglas villagers will be home for Christmas

Five hundred and forty five residents of Douglas, Orange Walk District, will spend Christmas at home. The residents were removed from the village because of a threat of diseases following [...]

Met Service: more active hurricane seasons to come

The hurricane season of 2008 closes on Sunday November thirtieth and what a season it has been for Belize. It affected the lives of thousands in the Jewel. The season [...]

Regional competition winners get heroes welcome

They got a hero’s welcome today. Four students who represented Belize at the Nutrition competition in St. Kitts and Nevis landed at the Phillip Goldson International Airport this afternoon. On [...]

Tribute to Beverly Smith-Lopez opens at the Bliss

Words may not always capture what artists want to say. So if a picture captures a thousand words then the body captures millions. The Belize Dance Company brings life to [...]

Safiyyah has the rundown of weekend activities

Worked hard this week? Well, it is now time to unwind and there is plenty to do around town. Safiyyah has a complete run-down of weekend activities… Hey I’m Safiyyah [...]

BATSUB has no answers on British grenades

Two grenades, one in September and another as recent as a few days ago, have surfaced in the streets of Belize City. The matter has landed a black eye on [...]

Anger fueled the blaze that left ten homeless

A family of ten is tonight homeless after one of its own set their home on fire. The blaze started shortly after eleven this morning at ninety-two Antelope Street Extension [...]

Top tourist spots benefit from $30 million development

Four top tourism destinations got a boost this morning when the Ministry of Tourism, Belize Tourism Board and Inter-American Development Bank unveiled a thirty million dollar sustainable tourism development project. [...]

M.O.E. absorbs increase in CSEC and CAPE fees

There has been a positive change of heart by G.O.B. The Ministry of Education today announces that it will be picking up the tab for previously announced increase in fees [...]

Telemedia donates $15,000 to Youth Business Trust

Youth Business Trust received a generous donation on Wednesday from Belize Telemedia Limited. Chairman of Telemedia’s Executive Committee, Dean Boyce, handed over a cheque for fifteen thousand dollars to Treasurer [...]

Francis Fonseca retaliates to P.U.P. executive’s decisions

For months they were asleep, but now there’s no shortage of news from P.U.P. and the internal fighting between the old and new guards of the Opposition party. The last [...]

Darren Banks goes berserk in court

Darren Banks is no stranger to the law and he was recently charged jointly with Steven Zelaya for two counts of Attempted Murder. When he appeared in the court of [...]

Two Bengali men fined for exceeding their time in Belize

Also in the courts, two Bengali men were fined two thousand dollars each today after they pleaded guilty for Failure to Comply with the Condition of their visitor’s permit and [...]

Man found dead face down in kitchen sink

And in the north, a mother is in shock and mourning the sudden death of her son. This past Wednesday morning at eight, Alicia Alamilla went to the home of [...]

Random shootings in Santa Elena leaves 3 injured

In last night’s newscast we reported a shooting on Carmen Street in Santa Elena, Cayo in which two persons were shot. And tonight there is another report that a third [...]

Healthy Living explores causes and treatments for acne

It’s a health problem faced by at least eighty-five percent of the population. In severe instances medical attention is required but in other cases, it can be dealt with at [...]