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Former government minister says he is vindicated

Former P.U.P. Minister of Government, Jose Coye has twice been taken to court since the change of government and in both instances he has felt vindicated. The most recent case [...]

P.U.C. explains electricity rate reduction

On Wednesday, the Public Utilities Commission announced that they had made an amendment to the June 2008 annual review proceeding final decision. The big news coming out of the amendment [...]

Case adjourned for former PM Musa

The case of Theft against former Prime Minister, Said Musa was called today in the Belmopan Magistrates’ Court. But the preliminary inquiry did not proceed because the defense team needed [...]

U.S. Ambassador H.E. Robert Dieter on his stint in Belize

A change in any government is usually followed by a change in top ranking personnel… and with president-elect Barack Obama scheduled to take office on the twentieth, the term of [...]

Man arrested for Johnny Cake with cannabis

And in news from the courts, an electrician of Casanova Street might be facing prison time for an unusual recipe for Johnny Cake. At about twelve-thirty p.m. today, twenty-one year [...]

Inmate gets extra year for drug trafficking

Also in the court, an inmate at the Hattieville Prison will spend an extra year behind bars after he pleaded guilty to charges of Drug Trafficking. Today, thirty-five year old [...]

Fisherman back in court for aggravated assault

And Ivan Jones, a nineteen year old fisherman who was out on bail for a burglary charge he received two weeks ago, did not learn from that experience. On December [...]

Man charged with Aggravated Assault for firing 15 shots

In another case, twenty year old, Clifford Flores of Caesar Ridge Road appeared in court to answer to charges of Aggravated Assault on twenty-three year old Wayne Rocke. Today, Flores [...]

First case of carnal knowledge for 2009

The numbers show that cases of carnal knowledge increased dramatically last year and tonight there is one more to add. The first case of this type of sexual abuse for [...]

Papaya container turns over on Northern Highway

A traffic mishap around ten this morning on the Northern Highway did not result in any injuries but did register a significant loss for the owners of Little Belize Exporters, [...]

Michael Williams, dead at 76

He was a well respected businessman and tonight we report the passing of seventy-six year old, Michael William Oswald Williams. Williams was battling with Lung Cancer and on Tuesday, he [...]

Albert St vendors not happy about move to park

If you have recently visited downtown Belize City, you would probably be both amazed and amused at the sight of Battlefield Park. The historic park, you see has been denuded [...]

Safiyyah: where to party, relax, eat in Orange Walk

Ever been to Orange Walk and not know what to do? Well, in this episode of What’s Happening Belize, Safiyyah takes us to the hotspots in the Sugar City where [...]

Mile eleven culvert caves in

Motorists on the Western Highway need to exercise caution when driving home tonight. Just before news time, we received word that a culvert near mile eleven on the Western Highway [...]