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Team Belize wins silver and gets heroes welcome

By now you probably know two things about the COCABA championship for men held in Cancun, Mexico last week: one, Team Belizean Heritage finished second and two, Team Mexico won [...]

Players’ nationality issues add to need for amendment

While the success of Team Belizean Heritage in Cancun won the hearts and support of most Belizeans it also served to re-ignite the discussion about dual-nationality and even the validity [...]

Groundbreaking for Marion Jones Sporting Complex

Marion Jones won five medals at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. She won the hearts of Belizeans when she showed how proud she was of the Jewel by [...]

London Court of Intl Arbitration makes interim injunction

In news of a legal nature, the London Court of International Arbitration has made an interim ruling in the proceedings regarding a UHS debt which involved ten million dollars granted [...]

Former minister V.H. Courtenay passes away

One of the architects of the Belize Constitution passed away this Saturday at his family home. Vernon Harrison “VH” Courtenay, or Sir Harry, as he was affectionately known, was an [...]

A dozen nations learn about Belize’s Health Info System

It doesn’t come up in your everyday conversations, but the Belize Health Information System (B.H.I.S.) is the topic of discussions at a three day workshop being held at the Princess [...]

Groundbreaking for Michael Finnegan Market

It’s the place where people meet on Saturday morning either for an early morning gossip or best deals on fresh produce, or both. But the Queen’s Square Market was temporarily [...]

And Finnegan proposes debt forgiveness for the poor

But that was not the only “write-off” that the Minister of Housing, Michael Finnegan, mentioned today. Finnegan made public that he has submitted a proposal to cabinet that the poorest [...]

Patrons get bullet wounds instead of gas

Police are investigating a shooting incident which occurred at the Esso Ramon’s Service Station at mile two on the Northern Highway on Saturday at twelve-ten a.m. and left two persons [...]

Saturday night home invasion with a pistol

Belize City police are investigating a home invasion that occurred on Saturday night. Linsford McKenzie and his girlfriend were at home when around eight-forty p.m. five men entered their home. [...]

Grandma and grandson detained for firearm/ammo

Twenty-nine year old Jamil Flowers was initially detained on Friday along with his grandmother, seventy-six year old Olive Dawson of Biscayne Village. They were both charged in connection with a [...]

Maskall villager charged with rape of his ex-wife

A farmer from Maskall Village accused of rape and harm against his ex-common-law-wife faced an additional charge of Breaching a Protection Order from the Belize Family Court today. But that [...]

Salvadoran man charged with incest

A sixty year old Salvadoran man of Scotland Halfmoon Village is behind bars allegedly for having sexual relations with his fourteen year old daughter. While the incident was reported only [...]

Investigations into death of Jaydan Guy almost complete

The investigation into the death of the twenty-one month old baby, Jaydan Guy, is almost complete. The toddler choked on a red kidney bean on July twenty second at the [...]

Ministry of Health fights dengue

In addition to conditions at the regional hospitals and the H1N1 flu, Dr. Pitts as Director of Health Services also has another health problem to attend to. Break bone Fever [...]

James Adderley analyzes COCABA basketball final

Good evening I’m James Adderley and we’re certainly very privileged to present to you this package of Sports Monday. The nation was riveted by the 2009 COCABA Basketball Championship as [...]