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Team of doctors speak about Rodwell William’s delicate surgeries

Attorney Rodwell Williams is clinging to life at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Florida but his condition has been stabilized. That’s the latest word coming out of Florida. On Tuesday’s newscast [...]

Prime Minister travels to Florida to be at side of fallen comrade

The shooting of Rodwell Williams sent shockwaves throughout the community. PM Dean Barrow’s friendship with Williams goes back to decades and at least for the last twenty years they have [...]

Restore Belize; Government’s plan to combat crime and social malaise

A detailed and bureaucratic plan layered with numerous committees and subcommittees was unveiled this morning as Restore Belize, the government’s strategy to address violence and social ills plaguing the country. [...]

Viewers give mixed reflections about cabinet shuffle

The first full reshuffle of the Barrow administration was announced on Tuesday. According to the Prime Minister, it was necessary to tackle the crippling crime situation that admittedly has reached [...]

Police Minister ready for multifaceted, administrative duties

Senator and newly appointed Police Minister, Doug Singh,  faced the press for the first time today as he stepped up to the podium at the Prime Minister’s press conference. It’s [...]

Attorney General unleashes reflection on new post

At the press conference Prime Minister Dean Barrow also defended his choice of B. Q. Pitts as the Attorney General.  According to the P.M., Pitts is well respected by his [...]

PUP doesn’t support Cabinet reshuffle

Still on the reshuffle, the Opposition, People’s United Party, chided it today calling it a feeble game of political musical chairs. It expressed disappointment saying “after many months of speculation [...]

The dawn of the Caribbean Court of Justice

Day one of Belize’s formal transition to the Caribbean Court of Justice as its final Court of Appeal was ushered in without fanfare. In fact, it was eclipsed by the [...]

Ghanaian national freed of immigration charges

In the local courts, a Ghanaian national was today freed of immigration charges for a lack of evidence. Thirty-six year old Lester Wugah, was allegedly found in possession of an [...]

Family of five charged for gun possession

Meanwhile at the Chief Magistrate’s courtroom, a family of five was charged for an unlicensed nine millimeter pistol that was hidden in a speaker box at their home. The weapon [...]

Burn victim returns with a smile from Shriners Hospital

Nine year old Kent Flowers Junior suffered severe burns when a gas pump caught fire as his dad worked on a vehicle. Kent Junior grabbed a container to try to [...]

Author of Crooks report sick and misses court

The case of Carnal Abuse against former commandant of the Island Special Constabulary Force, Harold Crooks was to be heard in the Jamaican courts today. That, however, has been rescheduled [...]

Cops still searching for Coke in Jamaica

Jamaican authorities have intensified their search for Christopher “Dudus” Coke, the drug kingpin that is wanted by the US for extradition. Coke, was said to be heading to New York, [...]

Agatha’s path of destruction leaves a sinkhole in its wake

Agatha; the first storm of the 2010 hurricane season, formed last week and washed over Central America; leaving a hundred and seventy-nine persons dead in its wake. Agatha caused heavy [...]