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Eight year old child dies in tragic highway accident

It was emotional day at Saint Hilda’s Primary School, students and teachers were grieving the sudden death of one of their own. Eight year old Kean Vasquez was killed in [...]

Young and Vasquez hands deep in Telemedia and Social Security Board

As we told you on Wednesday, Glenn Tillett, a contributor to the Social Security fund, is asking the court to make a declaration that the decision by the S.S.B. to [...]

Cop charged for carnal knowledge of 13 year old child

A thirteen year old minor has accused a man almost twice her age of sexual abuse. What’s even more disturbing that the accused is a police officer attached to the [...]

Do you support amnesty of 20,000 illegal immigrants?

Tonight’s Question is: Do you support GOB’s plans to grant amnesty to twenty thousand illegal immigrants? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your [...]

Gov’t to introduce an amnesty program for 20,000 illegal immigrants

There has been no official word on government’s decision to soon introduce an amnesty programme. Twenty thousand illegal immigrants are on their way to achieving permanent residency status in Belize.  [...]

V.I.P. does not support Gov’t amnesty program for illegal immigrants

The programme is being quietly pushed forward by government and is a move that many political insiders believe could swing the outcome of a future election because those who get [...]

3 bills to be tables at House Meeting in the Capital

There will be a Meeting of the House of Representatives in the Capital, Belmopan the Friday. The House agenda includes five bills that will go through their first reading:  The [...]

Belize City Center will receive facelift courtesy Mexican government

The Belize City Center, after years of wear and tear, will be receiving a much needed facelift courtesy of the Mexican government.  The multipurpose facility was decommissioned in early September [...]

8000 famers still waiting for sugar cane payments from BSCFA

There is tension and unease in the sugar belt tonight. That’s because the third payment to farmers for cane delivered to the Belize Sugar Industries, is delayed. Even worst, there [...]

Case of sparring doctors thrown out of court

Today the case of the two sparring medical doctors was thrown out of court when they appeared before Corozal Magistrate, Leslie Hamilton.  While things got steamy between the two in [...]

Delinquent biological father behind bars for not paying child support

In the courts, Rutelio Villanueva, an officer employed by Harpy’s Security Company, is tonight behind bars after disobeying an order handed down by the Belize Family Court.  The father of [...]

2008 murder victim was raped then hit with hammer on the head

Twenty-four year old Darrel Grant a Belize City resident who stands accused of killing Sandra Ruiz in August of 2008 today testified before the Supreme Court.  During his testimony Grant [...]

Photographic Exhibit, a life’s work on 4 continents

The pictures cover four continents over a period of fifty years. It is the first photographic exhibition by Theagarajah Biswanath, a Sri Lankan national that has made the Jewel his [...]

Healthy Living examines gestational diabetes

Gestational diabetes manifests itself during first pregnancies.  It is a condition that is on the increase among pregnant women between the ages of thirty and thirty-five.  Contributing factors are the [...]