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CitCo rejects renewal of 10yr. garbage collection contract

The garbage issue in Belize City continues unresolved and has been fraught with problems between the City Council and its contracted partners Belize Maintenance Limited and Belize Waste Control. And [...]

Man who disappeared with $90,000 found in Mexico

He disappeared along with over ninety thousand dollars in December and even a bounty of a thousand dollars for his apprehension, yielded no clues as to his whereabouts. But it [...]

One charged in Barney Cunningham murder

He has been in custody since Saturday and today Marlon Forman appeared in Court, charged with the murder of Barney Cunningham Jr. The incident occurred on January second at Curl [...]

High school student charged with attempted robbery

A high school student is in big trouble tonight, accused of trying to jack a fellow teen. Today eighteen year old Aaron Smith appeared in Magistrates’ Court charged with Attempted [...]

Carnal Knowledge: more incidents or just more reports?

Almost everyday on this newscast we report some man being charged with unlawful carnal knowledge. And the statistics released by the police department on Wednesday, reveal that the number of [...]

ICJ debate heats up in Guatemala

It was expected that like in Belize, Guatemalans would also be vocal and passionate about the territorial claim. Several articles have appeared in the local media in that country and [...]

2 day course on Critical Care at K.H.M.H.

Ever been in a life threatening situation or know some who has? Then you will know that the response by medical personnel can be a matter of life and death. [...]

Two toddlers die from malnutrition

Two toddlers did not live to see their third birthday … and it appears that malnutrition was at the root of both their deaths. In the case of Dalissia Chable, [...]

Minister addresses bus schedule issues

In October the Transport Department introduced new bus schedules for the Western and Southern routes that were supposedly designed to iron out glitches in the system, but tonight a mountain [...]

Dept. of Environment sponsors student competitions

The Department of the Environment is encouraging students to think green with two competitions for primary and high schoolers. Primary schools are being invited to submit proposals on an environmentally-friendly [...]

Lotto winner takes home $80,750

In these haad times, when many people find themselves suffering from post-Christmas cash woes, a mother of four from Orange Walk Town is happy to have found a way out [...]

Healthy Living explores why breast milk is the best milk

You may have heard the slogan “breast is best’’… and it has been proven that babies fed with breast milk have the best start in life. This initiative which began [...]