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Money laundering cases in court

Two of the country’s biggest money laundering cases went before the courts today. The manager/owner of Omni Networks and Fultec Systems, Dean Fuller is charged with laundering over six point [...]

G.O.B.’s takeover of Telemedia affecting investor confidence

In news on the economy, three weeks ago, Alan Slusher, financial advisor to the Prime Minister and new director of the recently nationalized Belize Telemedia Limited, was interviewed on the [...]

Honduras closed border prevents athletes from returning home

Over seventy-five Belizean students in Costa Rica may find themselves in a peculiar situation if the Honduran border with Nicaragua remains closed as the political conflict in that country continues. [...]

P.M. campaign promise of lower cost of living a failure

Prime Minister Dean Barrow’s 2008 election campaign strategy focused heavily on a commitment to bring the cost of living down No Matta Wat. One year later in the House of [...]

Mother says son is a victim, not a thief

Seventeen year old Conrad Guzman Montes is still in a critical but stable condition tonight after he was stabbed once in the chest on Wednesday morning. The youth underwent surgery [...]

CYDP employees reprimanded for intimate relationship

And two employees of the Conscious Youth Development Programme have been transferred to other institutions following an investigation of misconduct during a youth summer camp. The event was held at [...]

Guatemalan prisoner escapes from Kolbe Foundation

In December of 2008, he was remanded to the Hattieville Prison for murder. And tonight, twenty year old Guatemalan Austin Choc Pop is on the lam after he escaped from [...]

Ministry of Health promotes prevention during flu season

It’s the regular flu season, but this year the population is on edge because of the H1N1 scare. Hundreds of students have been sent home since classes began. It is [...]

DJ Whiz sentenced to 9 years for rape

His sensational case has been before the courts and in the media since 2007 and two weeks ago on September ninth, Lewis Leiva was convicted of raping an eighteen year [...]

Teacher robbed; but culprit captured

We reported the bad news on Wednesday night that a teacher was robbed at the Holy Redeemer School. Tonight we report that another teacher was targeted on Tuesday night in [...]

Three men charged for attempted murder in separate incidents

Also in the courts, three men, including a Guatemalan presently residing in Belize City, were charged with Attempted Murder in separate incidents. The most recent incident occurred on Saturday night, [...]

Ahmad Family needs help to recover from fire that gutted home

On Tuesday, a fire gutted the Ahmad family house in Hattieville. Fourteen persons were displaced by the morning blaze. The Ahmads are attempting to rebuild their home, but with the [...]

Mexican Guitarist performs in free concert

But this story is music to your ears. Mexican guitarist, Cecilio Perera is currently in Belize courtesy of the Mexican Embassy. The twenty-four year old guitarist is known in musical [...]

Healthy Living explores the signs and symptoms of menopause

Every woman who goes through the second phase in life at middle age will experience this condition. In this week’s edition of Healthy Living News Five looks at that important [...]