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Michael Ashcroft restructures his banking business…

He has close to two hundred investments in countries around the globe and as such Lord Michael Ashcroft has quite an insight into economics. Today, he stopped by the Open [...]

…And says his companies aren’t the only ones affected by G.O.B.

Ashcroft says his companies are not the only ones being affected by GOB’s decisions… and he points to NEWCO, the international consortium of companies tied up in legal battles with [...]

Price of flour finally goes down

It is one food item that shot up by fifty percent in one year alone and had been vexing consumers. But tonight we can report that the price of flour [...]

Bar Association of Belize elects new president

The Bar Association of Belize had elections last night; one of the main issues in the Bar’s meeting was the election of a president to succeed Jackie Marshalleck who headed [...]

Lord Ashcroft reviews P.M.’s stimulus plan

Earlier in the newscast we reported on developments in the Belize Bank and NEWCO. And in the no holds barred interview Lord Ashcroft also had his thoughts on the Prime [...]

$50 bounty offered for capture of lionfish

And the price of fish has gone up considerably. But before you panic, we’re talking about the price of the dreaded Lionfish. The invasive fish specie released off the coast [...]

Man detained for stealing over $20,000 from Dr.’s account

In the north, Orange Walk police have detained a man pending an investigation of Theft… the amount is a whopping twenty-three thousand dollars. Details are sketchy, but reports are that [...]

Shooting and robbery at Toledo Community College

Brazen thieves continue to target schools across the country, the latest is the Toledo Community College. The incident happened around eleven on Wednesday night when two masked men attacked the [...]

Former Biltmore employee found guilty of Manslaughter

A jury of five women and seven men deliberated for a little over four hours today before it unanimously found forty-five year old Hubert Bennett, a.k.a. “Yankee”, not guilty of [...]

Three charged for robbery of Brads

Three persons, one of them a seventeen year old boy, were charged in connection with the robbery of Brads Store on West Collet Canal, when they appeared today in Magistrates’ [...]

Taxi driver charged for setting his ex’s home on fire

A Belize City taxi driver is in the hot seat tonight, facing charges of Arson. This follows a fire at the home of a social worker on Thursday night. Police [...]

One detained in San Ignacio rape

And in the west, San Ignacio police are looking for a man in connection with a report of rape that allegedly happened after eleven o’clock on Wednesday night. The victim, [...]

Young fruit vendor robbed at gunpoint

Earlier we reported that thieves targeted a high school in Punta Gorda, but in Belize a young food vendor got a rude awakening when two youths jacked him at gunpoint [...]

Belmopan man missing 3 days; city teen missing 1 year

If you know twenty year old Wayne Harris, then Belmopan police need your help in locating him. That’s because the youth went missing three days ago and has not been [...]

Holy Redeemer’s cultural day highlights ethnicities in Belize

Belize enjoys a rich cultural diversity and in classrooms around the country, appreciating ethnicity has become part of the curriculum. At Holy Redeemer Primary School in Belize City, a cultural [...]

Crocodile farm and much more to do this weekend

It’s Friday, which means you should have time on your hands to relax. In the city and elsewhere there are fun things that you, the family and friends can thoroughly [...]