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Can PM nationalize Telemedia loan without house approval?

For at least two weeks the status of British Caribbean Bank (Turks & Caicos) Limited’s forty-five million dollar loan to Belize Telemedia has been in the headlines. The bank has [...]

US child molester gave chess lessons at 4 Belize City schools

In the other big story tonight, the long arms of the law caught up with Robert Snyder last Friday in Belize City. Snyder was intercepted when he made it on [...]

Fire leaves two persons homeless

An early morning blaze left two persons without a roof over their heads after the wooden bungalow structure they called home was destroyed. The fire broke sometime around six-thirty this [...]

Immigration Dept. office catches fire at Complex building

In another fire in Belize City, the employees of the Immigration Department were threatened by a midmorning fire. The blaze originated from an exposed wire leading to an air condition [...]

Couple knocked down in hit and run; husband killed

While no one was injured in the fires, one man lost his life in a traffic accident. Police have in custody a Honduran national working as a taxi driver in [...]

Two shootings in Belize City

And in Belize City this afternoon a shooting took place under the nose of the police. The victim, Oming Veliz, is tonight hospitalized under stable condition after he was shot [...]

Dean Boyce talks about Telemedia, shares and debts

Developments in the expropriation of Telemedia last August continue to unfold. This morning the Former Chairman of the Executive Committee of Telemedia, Dean Boyce, sat on the couch on Open [...]

Jamaican fishermen want to fish in Punta Gorda

The docking of five Jamaican vessels layered with traps and other fishing gear is quickly becoming a controversy in southern Belize. On Saturday the boats docked in the sea near [...]

Jason Lawrence admits to killing girlfriend

And in the courts today, thirty-three year old Jason Bruce Lawrence was charged for the murder of his girlfriend. Lawrence, a driver and resident of Japan Area in Ladyville was [...]

Coye family to stand trial for laundering $1.5 million

And the owners of MoneyGram and two employees, accused of Money Laundering, were committed to stand trial in the Supreme Court. Melanie Coye, her father, Michael, mother Merlene, brother Jude [...]

Horse attacks villagers and woman fined for the offence

There was a peculiar case today when the Public Health Department took a woman from Gales Point Manatee Village to court for allowing two horses to roam and attack people. [...]

Over 200 wheelchairs donated to needy Belizeans

The Wheelchair Foundation and Wines for Wheels in California have donated over eight hundred thousand wheelchairs in a hundred and fifty-four countries worldwide. And with a gift of over two [...]

Indian Chamber of Commerce donates to police

With Christmas around the corner and an increase in crime anticipated, the Belize City Police today launched its first business watch program. And as it implies, officers from will be [...]

Football and cycling in weekend sports report

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and we’re coming at you with yet another splash of Sports Monday. Yesterday brought money time to the M.C.C. Grounds as the Belize Premier Football [...]