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Hundreds attend the funeral of Sir Barry Bowen

It was a fitting farewell for a man who touched the lives of many Belizeans and is considered one of Belize’s most distinguished businessmen, Sir Barry Bowen.  His many successful [...]

Bowen was a champion of landowners’ rights

Meanwhile, a memorial service was held for Sir Barry on Monday in his hometown, San Pedro where the islanders deeply loved and respected the man who contributed immensely to the [...]

Sir Barry Bowen laid to rest in San Ignacio

Earlier in the news cast, we told you about the Belize City and San Pedro services held for Sir Barry Bowen. The coverage continues with the motorcade of hundreds of [...]

Fomer minister, Joe Coye, loses case against businessman

The case of former government minister Joe Coye versus Alfred Shackron came to an end today and it did not go well for Coye who has now lost the charges [...]

Police discover decomposing body on shooting range

The badly decomposed body of a man was discovered today by the Hattieville Police.  Late this evening police were called out to the shooting range which is located past mile [...]

Bus driver knocks down and kills 3 year old

A three year old in the Corozal District was killed in a tragic accident on Monday as she and her mother were riding on a bicycle. The investigation is still [...]

Another murder case falls apart

There have been numerous murders in Belize over petty arguments, and the fatal stabbing of eighteen year old Allen Sutherland was one of those cases. Sutherland was allegedly killed in [...]

Parolee charged with assault

A parolee who has been out of prison for over a year may see his parole revoked.  That is because thirty year old Eric Martinez, also known as “Junie H”, [...]

Convicted rapists plead to Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal opened on Monday and most of the cases dealt with so far are for rape convictions.  Judges of the Court are President Elliot Mottley, and Justices [...]

Convicted US level 3 predator found in Belize

It seems that Belize has become the hideout for American fugitives on the run from the law.  On Saturday Channel Five aired an episode of America’s Most Wanted in which [...]

Caribbean leaders work on keeping the ozone layer in tact

Environmental officers and other key stakeholders in the upkeep of the ozone layer from Caribbean states are in Belize to discuss alternatives for the use of Hydro Cloro Floro Carbons [...]

Mennonite community’s first expo and fair

The Mennonite community has contributed tremendously to Belize’s growing economy since they arrived in the country over fifty years ago.  What was once a close knit community known for its [...]

The last flight of Barry Bowen and the Casey family

Sir Barry Bowen, the business tycoon who was tragically killed in a plane crash on Friday, will be interned this Tuesday at the San Ignacio cemetery, beside his parents who [...]

Sir Barry Manfield Bowen’s legacy

Despite his great business success, Sir Barry Bowen in life was not one to seek media attention; in fact he rarely gave interviews. But he did last year when he [...]