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Fifteen injured in Northern Highway accident

We start this evening’s newscast with a major traffic accident on the Northern Highway, at a dangerous curve around Mile eight. At least fifteen persons were injured, ten of them [...]

Customs unearths firearms in barrels…

In another major story tonight, three firearms, two of them high powered, a home-made silencer and a cache of matching ammunition were discovered today. The bust was made by the [...]

…And recover three stolen vehicles in San Pedro

And in another break, people who deal with stolen vehicles are getting more innovative in this business and it is getting increasingly difficult to detect the stolen vehicles. But today, [...]

Percival Jones wanted for murders in Dangriga

In an update to the gruesome murder in Dangriga on Monday, a post mortem examination has been conducted on the bodies of thirty-three year old businessman, Yue Lian Liu and [...]

2 cases of carnal knowledge in north and south

There are reports of two acts of carnal knowledge tonight. First, in the north in Orange Walk District, a thirteen year old minor reported to police that on the twenty-eighth [...]

Minor gets one year for handling stolen goods

A minor received a sentence of one year imprisonment for Handling Stolen Goods in Magistrates’ Court today. The seventeen year old is one of two persons charged with the burglary [...]

“Pete” walks when witness fails to appear

In the Supreme Court, twenty-nine year old George Mathews Junior, also known as ‘Pete’, charged with the Attempted Murder of twenty seven-year old Derrick Munnings, was freed today of the [...]

Guatemala approves compromis

The Guatemalan Cabinet has agreed to sign the special agreement to take the territorial claim to Belize to the International Court of Justice. That was the good news that Chief [...]

G.O.B. maps out educational blitz on I.C.J.

Before that referendum is held the government will be undertaking an educational blitz on the I.C.J. and the Guatemalan Claim. The campaign strategy was formulated by the Advisory Council on [...]

I.C.J. bill: twenty million dollars

Going to the I.C.J. on the other hand, will cost much more: as much as twenty million dollars. To settle that bill, G.O.B. will attempt to get financing from the [...]

A.G. says Bar was silent for too long

The Guatemalan claim to Belize is not the only hot button issue on Attorney General Wilfred Elrington’s table. The A.G. is in the process of seeking legal advice on a [...]

Bze Bank, Chamber of make generous donations for relief

With recovery efforts still underway, the Belize Bank today handed over ten thousand dollars to the Belize Red Cross to assist flood victims of tropical depression sixteen. The contribution will [...]

Gas prices down to new lows; transport prices stay

In last night’s evening newscast we reported that prices for gas at the fuel pump has decreased to lows not seen not seen in years. Diesel is now at six [...]

Mayor Moya says CitCo will collect garbage

If your garbage has been piling up, it isn’t because you were late in putting it outside, but it is because Belize Waste Control Limited has not been collecting garbage [...]

Healthy Living looks at the reality of diabetes

Men and women, young and old, and children are increasingly becoming victims of this deadly disease. The good news is that it can be detected with a simple test and [...]