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Bus workers to be paid, but amount of employees disputed

The case of National Transport Limited continues to unravel. Late word to this newsroom is that the northern road permits held by the company have been revoked by the Ministry [...]

Ontario villager charged with murder at the wake

Thirty-nine year old Godwin Santos, a resident of Ontario Village, was today formally charged with a single count of murder in the Belmopan Magistrate‘s Court. On Wednesday night during a [...]

Hunting party mistakes brother for jaguar; family in mourning

It’s not a case of murder, but the Christmas season will not be the same for a family in Punta Gorda. At around ten-thirty on Tuesday night, three brothers from [...]

Christmas Eve in the former Capital

Downtown Belize City was abuzz with shoppers looking for the last minute gifts. Those who stayed away from the mad rush were at home putting final touches to their houses [...]

Clergy’s Christmas message

2010 is soon coming to a close. But it is the night before Christmas and although the city is bustling with commerce for an occasion that is mostly celebrated as [...]

PM’s statement on freedom of the press and resumed relations with Channel Five

The suspension of relations with Channel Five by the government was discussed between Prime Minister Dean Barrow and this station’s CEO, Amalia Mai on Thursday. A way forward was agreed [...]

Justice Muria’s last rulings

Our viewers have been asking for details of judgments made on Wednesday by departing Justice John Muria. In the first, the judge ordered that the settlement deed also known as [...]

All he wants for Christmas is his stolen truck back

Christmas is the time for giving but one Mahogany Heights resident just wants back what is rightfully his. Carlos Cawich bought a Ford Ranger a little over a year ago, [...]

Carlos Seguro hands over bullet but crack also falls in front of cops

In court today, a caretaker from Ladyville pleaded guilty to two of three charges against him. Forty year old Carlos Seguro was arrested on Wednesday in connection with a break-in [...]

Ronald Richard Bradley charged for attack and murder of prison officer

A man believed to have been involved in the attack on three prison officers on October fifteenth was arraigned this morning in court. The three victims, Miriam Gillett, Ernest Savery [...]

“Good Ova Evil:” new album from Agua and Elroy Martinez

But two boys from the south will have a better Christmas. The duo once rocked the punta circuit with the Griga Boys, but has now branched out on their own. [...]

Ham baked to perfection

By now many homes are already filled with the aroma of Christmas as cakes come out and hams and turkeys head into the oven for Saturday’s special meal. But for [...]

Chef Alex’s Christmas Turkey

What goes hand in hand with such a sumptuous ham? A turkey just as delectable of course. Here’s a Christmas turkey Chef Alex style. Chef Alex “This, you would want [...]

What’s Happening this Christmas with Safiyyah

We’re heading into one of the most festive weekends of the year so there’s plenty happening in the northern, southern and western districts as well as here in the city. [...]

Government Embargo against Channel 5 to be lifted

Both this station and government have agreed on a way forward to resolve a two week impasse. On December seventh, the government imposed a ban preventing ministers and more than [...]

Murdered at a wake

Joan Sutherland is a fierce and outspoken member of Belizeans for Justice. In fact she is a founding member of the group because she sought justice when her eighteen year [...]