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Parents protest at Santa Clara School against principal

It was back to school for thousands of eager students today. But at one primary school up north, students kept away. Our team found parents taking a stand against the [...]

Mata Chica Resort employee died from drowning

The post mortem results of fifty-seven year old Gregorio Cornejo reveal that he died from drowning. Cornejo has been employed at Mata Chica Resort on San Pedro Ambergris Caye for [...]

Convicted child molester, Lee Henkis, strikes again?

Another young student has become the victim of sexual abuse; this time it’s a nine year old boy. Forty-two year old Lee Henkis was charged this morning for the heinous [...]

Mixed reviews about easing red tape for law-abiding citizens to license firearms

With crime soaring, there is legislation in the pipeline to bring the circulation of illegal weapons under control and off the hands of criminals.  One of our viewers, Israel Moran, [...]

Ben the Builder and Benita shopped at Benny’s to construct superstore

The opening of any business in the current economic climate is an occasion to celebrate and more so when the investment runs in the millions of dollars. The new home [...]

Fire guts home that housed twelve persons

Fire consumed a house earlier today on Wilson Street in Belize City. Twelve family members that occupied the two storey wooden are looking for communal shelter.   Before the fire trucks [...]

Newly installed Magistrate Court Number 8 hears its first cases

Four new magistrates were sworn in on August twentieth, leading up to the opening of an eighth Magistrates Court. The court is located on the second floor of the Center [...]

Cruise tourist gets extended stay after being busted with weed

He came to Belize from San Francisco aboard a cruise liner to spend a few happy hours, but an American tourist will have more of Belize than he bargained for [...]

The core sampler which once caused a riot in the sugar belt is stolen

Remember the core sampler? It was at the center of a huge controversy with the cane farmers in the north when it was introduced in testing for cane quality in [...]

Reshuffle of the B.D.F.’s top brass

There are significant changes in the top brass of the Belize Defence Force; three senior commanders have been reassigned. Lieutenant Colonel Ganney Dortch, a familiar face, has vacated the Chief [...]

Baby Faith survives constructive surgery of Oesophagus

Faith Ortiz was born in August with an incomplete oesophagus; she was unable to consume any type of food. The situation looked grim for the newborn but when an appeal [...]

Back to school scholarships from Belize Kids First

With the lingering effects of the economic hard times, many families battled to allocate the back to school dollar. For a few, it was a little less painful through initiatives [...]

SJC Alumni Association honours past students

For others, the years of studies, are paying off.  The Saint John’s College Alumni Association is hosting its President’s Alumni Awards banquet this weekend and will be honouring graduates who [...]

Twenty Nine Artists, Works, Years opens tomorrow at the Art Gallery

Final touches are being put on an exhibition that captures history in art. It covers different eras, known and unknown personalities as well as significant political events in the life [...]