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Denis Stanley Hannomansingh appointed as Acting Supreme Court Justice

When the Chief Justice was squeezed out, Justice Samuel Awich was moved up as Acting CJ. Well, there is word tonight that an acting justice of the Supreme Court has [...]

Get ready for the stench: Waste Control to limit scheduled pickup of garbage

There’s a standoff between Waste Control and the Belize City Council over the perennial problem of garbage. The city has been unable to meet its obligations and Waste Control says [...]

Roger Wagner acquitted of December 2008 murder of Griffith Green Jr.

A murder trial against Roger Wagner Junior ended with an acquittal in the Supreme Court today. Wagner was accused of shooting Griffith Green Junior on December twenty-eighth, 2008 and back [...]

Notorious Figure, Darien Banks, back behind bars

A notorious figure, who has been out of the news for months, resurfaced at court today. He is thirty-two year old Darien Banks and he was arraigned along with his [...]

Councilor Roger Espejo Vs. Carlos Perdomo: who will take reign of Caribbean Shores

General elections are more than two years away, but the horses are already lining up at the gate. In the Caribbean Shores constituency, the campaign for divisional convention is heating [...]

Minister of Education raising the bar of education

In January of this year, the Minister of Education, Patrick Faber, said that sixty percent of teachers have no pedagogical training. The remarks were made in the context of the [...]

Colombians land and leave during drug bust

While the nation is still reeling from the suspected drug plane that landed on the Southern Highway after midnight on Saturday, there’s some information that at any other time would [...]

Police officers still arrested after $140 Million of cocaine found

More than thirty-six hours after one of the biggest cocaine seizures, five police officers and a customs boatman are still in custody of the Punta Gorda police as investigations continue [...]

From Somalia to Belize: Human Trafficking in Al Shabaab’s shadow

There are more revelations to report in the immigration scam that was cracked since early October. We have so far followed the paper trail on how the Chinese and Sri [...]

Should 2.6 tons of cocaine be destroyed soon?

Tonight question is: Do you think that the cocaine seized in last Saturday’s major drug bust on the Southern Highway should be destroyed before it turns into flour? Get involved [...]

Police look for rapist and killer of pregnant woman

Dangriga police continue to look for a suspect in connection with the brutal murder of thirty four year old Sheline Martinez whose body was found on Sunday morning on the [...]

7 year old boy accidentally shoots himself

Due to the volume of news on Monday night, we did not include our report on the accidental shooting of a seven year old school boy. The standard one student [...]

Andrew Lord convicted of inappropriately touching minor

A thirty-four year old private tutor will now pay the price for getting too close to a ten year old student in April of this year. Andrew Lord was found [...]

Alleged shooter of Attorney Rodwell Williams back in prison

When Ricky Valencia was granted bail on October twenty-ninth, it took him four days to come up with the eight thousand dollars. But today the twenty-seven year old Belize City [...]

Will there be a Cruise Tourism in Placencia?

Cruise ship tourism in the peninsula is meeting more opposition. The Placencia branch of the Belize Tourism Industry Association has rejected a proposal by the Belize Tourism Board and Royal [...]

Humanitarian Association victimized in Benque Viejo

We have featured several human interest groups over the years and most become an integral part of the communities they assist. While that is true in most cases, a group [...]

Ya’axche Conservation Trust Executive wins Marsh Awards

The Ya’axche Conservation Trust, an organization launched in 1998 to protect the Bladen Nature Reserve in Stann Creek and Toledo Districts, has been recognized internationally through a prestigious award bestowed [...]