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Harold Crooks flees from Jamaica

Harold Crooks, the man who wrote the famous Crooks Report for the Belize Police Department, is still in hiding. On Tuesday, we reported that Crooks was wanted by law enforcement [...]

Privy Council rules on referendum and constitutional amendment case

The Prime Minister introduced the Sixth Amendment Bill to the constitution on April twenty-fifth of 2008.  In that bill fundamental rights and freedoms that are shared by Belizeans would have [...]

Property rights issue still unresolved in courts

Shoman also spoke about the property rights issue. It was an issue that was challenged in court by a group of landowners, an effort heralded by Sir Barry Bowen, who [...]

Activist group against GST increase

The Barrow bond and budget debate gets underway in the House of Representatives this Thursday morning.  Sparks flew between the current and former prime ministers during the presentation a week [...]

Seventy percent of poll shows disagreement with Minister of Tourism

On Tuesday we posed the question: Do you agree with Minister Heredia that Creoles should be profiled before visiting San Pedro? An overwhelming number of persons who answered generally thought [...]

Former cop’s fate still undetermined

His name was at the center of controversy when a questionable incident occurred while he was with the Police Department.  In fact, Aldo Ayuso stood trial and was later cleared [...]

Aldo Ayuso still wants to carry a badge

But while Ayuso has won this round, it is not the end of his problems.  As he told us outside the courtroom, he still wants to return to work as [...]

Family of three aquitted of gun and ammunition charges

Parents Lovina and Mario Canto and their twenty-six year old son Jason walked out of Magistrate Edd Usher’s courtroom today free of criminal charges.  A search conducted at their Warrie [...]

Billie Miller, former Deputy Prime Minister of Barbados, in Belize

Billie Miller, she is a power house among women in the Caribbean and she is here in Belize in connection with an initiative by the National Women’s Commission, called Women [...]

Over 100 ACC students recognized for academic excellence

They excelled in a range of subject areas from language to math and for that they got recognition. The award program is the second for this year for students at [...]

Mission Miracle takes eye patients to Venezuela

Eye care patients crowded the conference room of the City Center, luggage in hand and ready to board a flight to Venezuela for treatment. They are the first set of [...]

Patients grateful for the medical gift

We also spoke to a few excited patients who are grateful for the opportunity and have high anticipations for the gift of good sight. Niurka Nunez, Mission Miracle Patient “I [...]

Special Olympics Fun Run in Belize City

Early this morning hundreds of kids and supporters of the Special Olympics took part in their annual sporting event that concluded at the Stella Maris School compound on Princess Margaret [...]

Landings 10, contemporary art, leaves the stratosphere

You have heard of Landings One, Two, three …all the way to nine, and now there is Landings Ten. The project Zero, at its completion, brought together the international artists [...]