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Landy In, Cardona Out: the UDP Convention in Orange Walk East

The UDP held a divisional convention in the Orange Walk East on Sunday.  Two businessmen went up against the incumbent and sitting area representative, Marcel Cardona. The UDP machinery was [...]

Caribbean Broadcasting Union supports Channel Five

The Barrow administration’s ban on government employees speaking to Channel Five is considered to be an act against the free media.  We have still not been told by the government [...]

Viewers support Channel 5 and vote against Government’s boycott of the station

Government issued a public advisory on December seventh, announcing that it is suspending normal relations with Channel Five. Since then this station has received the support of several organizations, political [...]

Frozen money in Free Zone

It has been a week and a half since we first reported of a financial crunch at the Corozal Free Zone and despite several meetings with the Ministry of Finance [...]

Citrus Growers Association ready to squeeze out Henry Canton

There is another side to the coin to reports involving the financial footing of the Citrus Products of Belize Limited. Recently allegations were made by the Citrus Growers Association that [...]

Vehicle goes up in smoke in Ladyville

A vehicle in Ladyville Village was destroyed over the weekend. It is not quite clear how the incident occurred but it was parked behind a house on Sea Urchin Drive. [...]

Shooting victim checks out of hospital and home

There was a shooting incident last night in the old capital.  Luckily the victim survived the incident.  At seven p.m. on Sunday night twenty one y ear old Luis Figueroa, [...]

Ministry of Works employee ‘worked’ construction material for himself

A Ministry of Works employee has been arrested and criminally charged after he could not account for building materials that were removed from the ministry’s warehouse at mile three on [...]

Instead of Divorce, Gary Clark burns his way out of relationship

It somehow didn’t make it to the police report or the news, but last Tuesday a man allegedly started a fire in the room where his wife and daughter were [...]

1 stabbed but 3 charged for attempted murder of Daniel Pineda

We reported last Thursday that eighteen year old Daniel Pineda was stabbed in Belize City during an altercation with Justin Wade, Denroy McFoy and two other youths. Eighteen year old [...]

Scammer found guilty of swindling thousands from schools

It’s payback time for a graphics designer, who made his rounds swindling individuals and primary schools out of cash. He’s beaten numerous charges in the past but today, thirty-three year [...]

A plane ticket could change the life of a young man with a tumor

On Friday’s newscast we highlighted the sad story of Christopher Bowman. He is the  twenty three year old youth who is suffering from a massive tumor that has grown on [...]

Climate Change Conference in Cancun a success

In December of 2009, the United Nations Climate Change Conference was held at the Bella Center in Copenhagen, Denmark.   This past week, the follow up conference moved to Cancun and [...]

James Adderley with the smashing weekend in Sports

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The road to the F.F.B. Inter-District Football Championship screeched to its conclusion yesterday inside the Norman Broaster Stadium as World [...]