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Novelo brothers claim victory in court

Their names are synonymous to the bus industry and since February of this year, they have been running into plenty of problems. And while it wasn’t a knockout victory for [...]

B.D.F. soldier to be charged with manslaughter

The family of a young Douglas villager who was shot and killed by a Belize Defence Force soldier on the night of November twenty-second will have their day in court. [...]

2 to face robbery charges… if they are found

In the Magistrate Court this morning, two accused gunmen were sentenced in absentia for two robberies that took place back in 2005. The two, twenty-six year old Maxwell Andersen and [...]

Suspect charged in Atlantic Bank robbery

Also in Magistrates’ Court, Anthony McKay, a twice convicted felon who has been fingered in the recent robbery at the Atlantic Bank Collection Agency, was today charged with Burglary. McKay, [...]

Herman Lanza back in court for attempted murder

Three years ago he was happy to be freed of an attempted murder charge, but that same charge has come back to haunt Herman Lanza. It was déjà vu for [...]

Man charged for wearing bullet proof vest

A computer technician was charged for presumably wanting to preserve his life. Today, twenty-five year old Paul Gibson of Nurse Seay Street was charged with possession of a prohibited material. [...]

Bandits on the loose at Arenal border

In other news, two incidents involving Spanish speaking bandits near the Belize/Guatemala Border are creating fear among the residents of Arenal Village. In the first incident, two men from Benque [...]

Gun amnesty programme hauls 6 inch bullet

The gun amnesty programme closed with a bang. In its last days in November, a bullet at least six inches long was handed in to the cops in Belize City [...]

First Tek It or Leave It contestant wins $1,800

You have been waiting for it and now the first episode of Channel Five’s highly anticipated game show, Tek It or Leave It airs tonight at eight. The show was [...]

Sadie Vernon passes at age 90…

She published her autobiography, IN-TRANSIT: The Story of a Journey on October thirty-first, 2000. The document records the colourful life of Sadie Vernon, a lifelong educator and author. And tonight, [...]

… While Ann Terry turns 101

Sadie Vernon has seen her last days on earth, but meet Ann Terry, who has outlived her by more than a decade. The average lifespan of a human being is [...]

Video on AIDS in the workplace released

In December 2005, Belize’s Cabinet approved the National Policy on HIV/AIDS and the National Policy on HIV/AIDS in the World of Work. Since then, work has commenced on reviewing the [...]

P.U.P. to hold consultations on proposed tax increase

You have heard about the proposed increase in business tax, and today the opposition People’s United Party, issued a release announcing that the P.U.P. will be meeting with relevant stakeholders [...]

Andy P’s birthday celebrated with book release

Andy Palacio passed away earlier this year on January twenty-fourth at the peak of his musical career. He continues to be missed nationally and globally for his impact on world [...]