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American national also alleges of land scam

Doctor Wyckoff claims Mar also facilitated land purchases on his behalf, but when he checked with the Lands Department, all the properties were bought in Mar’s name. He told News [...]

K.H.M.H. introduces hemodialysis program for renal failure patients

Jose Cruz, the kidney patient and activist, had a dream for all who bore the same illness. He did not live to see that dream turn into a reality.  Cruz [...]

KTV Latino stellar live Audition Show a major hit

KTV Latino opened with a bang on Tuesday night at the Bliss Centre. The crowd began gathering from as early as seven o’clock for the opening of Season two of [...]

Justice Denys Barrow resigns from Court of Appeal

There is major news to report tonight on the judicial front. A letter dated January twenty-fourth Justice Denys Barrow suddenly resigned as a judge on the court of appeal, less [...]

APAMO, Coalition and Ch’oc say ‘NO DRILLING’ in Sarstoon Temash

The non-governmental organizations stepped up the ante today calling on government to protect the national parks. The issue of drilling in the Sarstoon Temash has come to the front burner [...]

Another ship wrecks the reef

While NGOs want full protection of the National Park, the barrier reef came under attack late last week. An investigation is underway into the damage of approximately ten meters, a [...]

Do you prefer to acquire butane gas from BNE or importers?

Tonight’s question is: Do you prefer to purchase butane gas from BNE or importers? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on [...]

Butane suppliers get ready for 1 day countrywide protest

Butane importers are planning to close businesses this Wednesday to protest competition coming from Belize National Energy. BNE says it can retail butane for prices much cheaper, about thirty-five percent [...]

Bakers welcome idea of cheaper butane

Late this evening, The Belize Bakers’ Association issued a release proclaiming its support for BNE’s supply of butane at cheaper prices. According to the association, they are already bracing for [...]

P.U.P. says G.O.B. and B.T.B. failed to solve cruise tourism situation

Cruise tourism continues to spin out of control. Today only one Carnival line called on port; that’s the Valor, but the Dream with a capacity of three thousand nine hundred [...]

Fruit & vegetable vendors dig their own hole and pay in Court

There were two cases in court today that were brought by the Customs Department. In the first, two men from Bladen Village in the Toledo District were astounded when they [...]

Car dealer’s sale had tampered ID and no record of duties paid

In the other case, two businessmen faced similar charges for the sale of a vehicle without the proper procedures. Muhammad Hamze, a car dealer of Blue Marlin Boulevard, had to [...]

Western Highway accident kills villager on his way home

A tour guide was killed on Monday night when a sports car he was driving overturned on the Western Highway. Thirty-three year old Damacio Reyes was heading toward his home [...]

U.D.P.’s Mark King denied in Lake I

You might remember Mark King as a former City Councilor or more specifically as the Councilor who first blew the whistle on Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers when he made allegations [...]

The other Flowers

On Monday night we showed this picture in a story about Kareem Flowers who was shot as he walked on Dean Street on Sunday night. We have since been informed [...]

KTV Latino’s Live Audition Premieres

The wait is finally over and we’re just minutes away from the biggest karaoke showdown you’ve ever seen. Tonight is the first live show at the Bliss and you won’t [...]

Gas companies protest cheaper butane sold by BNE

Will there be a shutdown of butane gas outlets this Wednesday? That’s what is being threatened by Belize Gas Company Limited, Western Gas Company Limited, Zeta Gas Limited and Gas [...]

Mayor Moya Flowers’ expulsion reduced to suspension

The U.D.P. pulled a fast one on Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers. We reported last week that the party would meet to decide whether or not the mayor’s expulsion would be [...]

Honduran vendor shot and recalls the tale from his hospital bed

There are no murders to report tonight but there were three shootings over the weekend. Forty-seven year old Honduran national Miguel Marcia remains bedridden inside the recovery ward of the [...]

More violence on streets; teen shoots teen

The second weekend shooting also took place in the Old Capital, a stone’s throw away from the previous incident almost twelve hours earlier.  Nineteen year old Clement Bol Junior, a [...]

Vehicle flips and five persons caught in northern highway accident

Five persons, ranging from age two to sixty-eight were involved in a traffic accident on Sunday night. According to police, Antonio Calderon was driving from Corozal to Orange Walk Town [...]

Carnival cruise ships cancel calls to Belize; massive economic loss to cruise tourism

There’s grim news in cruise tourism; this week alone ten thousand passengers will not be coming to the Jewel.  That’s because there will be a noticeable absence of Carnival cruise [...]

Who wants a job? Trextel’s long employment line

If you drove past mile three and a half on the Northern Highway today you would have noticed a long line extending into the highway from the building that houses [...]

P.U.P. endorses Arthur Saldivar as Rural North candidate

The machineries of the both major political parties were in full gear over the past weekend. The opposition People’s United Party held two conventions; both were uncontested. In the Belize [...]

Rodwell Ferguson also gets approval from the Blue

The other P.U.P. convention over the weekend was held in Red Bank.  Like Saldivar, Rodwell Ferguson was endorsed as the Party’s candidate to run for Stann Creek West. Ferguson won [...]