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Island def Jam C.E.O., L.A. Reid, signs with Shyne

A very successful music executive from New York arrived in Belize this evening. About four thirty this evening,  Antonio ‘L.A.’ Reid, a Grammy Award winning songwriter and record producer, emerged [...]

Space shuttle Endeavor’s sonic boom over Belize

A large explosion sounded throughout Belize Sunday night. A few minutes after nine, people from all over the country were calling radio stations claiming it might have been a grenade [...]

Dept. of Civil Aviation distils the truth about sonic boom

The Department of Civil Aviation closely followed Endeavour’s re-entry into earth’s atmosphere as it headed for landing at Cape Canaveral. The shuttle moved directly over Belize’s path but by the [...]

Collision on the northern Highway

A taxi driver is recovering and is in stable condition at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after a traffic accident on the Northern Highway this morning.  Police say the taxi [...]

Belize adopts Caribbean Court of Justice

The Senate meets in Belmopan this Tuesday and it is expected to ratify the Seventh Amendment to the Constitution that was passed by the House of Representatives last Friday. Of [...]

How much money is the government paying to outsource cases?

The amount of money paid to the law firm of the Prime Minister’s ex-wife was also at the center of a feisty debate in the House. The Opposition has consistently [...]

“Ham” and “Tono” accused of shooting at tour guide

There was a shooting in Belize City that has landed a repeat offender before the courts. In the wee hours of Saturday morning, residents of the Elston Kerr Street area [...]

Belize City man caught with weed under his bicycle seat

While Ham makes his second appearance in the court, Steffon Anderson, has appeared in Magistrates’ Court three times before and on each occasion he was convicted of drug related offences. [...]

Three culprits charged for gas station robbery

Last Thursday, we reported that the ordinarily quiet community of Sandhill was rattled when the only gas station was held up and the employees bound before being robbed of almost [...]

Combating transnational piracy and terrorism

The vast expanse of the Caribbean Sea and Belize’s geographic location within the region has long made it an ideal watercourse for the transshipment of narcotics from South to North [...]

Garifuna Collective and Umalali perform at Winter Olympics

The Garifuna Collective and the Umalali Women Singers are just back in Belize after a two week successful tour of North America. It’s an experience their producer, Ivan Duran of [...]

Rebuilding connections to Haiti

It’s been one month and ten days since the seven point O earthquake ravaged Haiti, killing over two hundred thousand persons and leaving millions homeless.  The global response has been [...]

Belize hosts regional karate championship

Good evening I’m James Adderley and we welcome you to Sports Monday. We take you immediately to the City center where all seven Central American countries converged Friday night for [...]