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Land for sale… Archaeological site?

Our lead story tonight involves the controversial sale of a parcel of land in San Pedro Town that over the years has been used as a park. The purported sale [...]

Former ministers to face civil charges in land dispute

Last Friday former P.U.P Minister Jose Coye, publicly said he felt vindicated after Lands Commissioner, Manuel Rodriguez, instructed the Lands Registrar, Marjorie Petzold, to cancel letters of caution the Ministry [...]

Cecil Reneau leads P.U.P. slate in CitCo elections

March fourth, the date set for the City Council and Town Council Elections, is less than two months away and the two main political parties have their horses at the [...]

P.U.P. councillor candidates say city is ready for change

According to statistics from the Elections and Boundaries, there are thirty-seven thousand nine hundred and ninety-one registered voters in the commercial city, which means that the campaign will be more [...]

Honduran national beheaded in Cowpen

There is another case of murder to report tonight. This latest incident involves the gruesome beheading of a man in the Stann Creek District last week Friday. Police in Independence [...]

Two drown after jumping into Hydro Dam

A swimming expedition at the Hydro Dam in the Rio Bravo area of Blue Creek, Orange Walk turned deadly for two Belize City residents. Shortly after three on Sunday afternoon, [...]

Arrests made in late night robbery

There were several robberies to report that took place over the weekend. The first incident occurred on Friday on Orange Street in Belize City. About seven-fifty p.m. two men entered [...]

Couple jailed for possession of gun and ammo

A forty-nine year old Belize City resident and his thirty-five year old girlfriend will spend a month behind bars for being in possession of ammunition, a nine millimetre pistol and [...]

NICH president speaks on controversial contract

The ten year agreement between NICH and Cruise Solutions’ was ventilated by the media for days unending and while NICH president Diane Haylock was suspended by Cabinet for a month, [...]

Belize gets close to $3 million to combat trans-border crime

Outgoing U.S. President George Bush signed a legislation on June thirtieth of last year which will have an impact on Belize. It is called the Merida Initiative, a partnership signed [...]

Vendors move to Battlefield Park

The streets have been paved and the parking of vehicles has been relegated to one side of Albert Street. Drivers have complied, but on Friday the sidewalks which should have [...]

Mother needs $2 million for son’s operation

The plight of a Belize City young man has gone international and tonight his mother is pleading for assistance for her son who is in the United States undergoing a [...]

Football, cycling, basketball in weekend sports

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and you’re right on time for this fresh dish of Sports Monday. Week sixteen of the Belize Bank Super League of Soccer saw three teams [...]