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Propeller of a catamaran slashes and kills tourist

Diana Mechling and her husband Michael were among thousands of tourists who visited the jewel on Wednesday. The American couple chose to go snorkeling in the pristine waters off Goff’s [...]

Convicted murderer escapes after borrowing warden’s phone

Twenty-three year old Miguel Matus, a convicted murderer from Benque Viejo, is tonight on the lam from local authorities in what can only be described as a comedy of errors [...]

Teacher of Gwen Liz, Wilfred A. Neal beats student for soupy comment

An incident at a Belize City High School has prompted the management to send home a teacher pending the outcome of an investigation. According to the administration of Gwen Lizaragga [...]

Are security measures at the Philip Goldson International Airport lacking?

TONIGHT’S QUESTION IS: Do you think that security measures at the Philip Goldson International Airport are lacking? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post [...]

Police threaten to arrest Cruise Tourism bus operator

FECTAB’S Yhonny Rosado has been at the front lines of the tender crisis since it first broke out in early January. He has been amongst the most vocal and passionate [...]

Civil Aviation admits plane theft and helicopter incidents occurred

On Tuesday we reported on two incidences at the Phillip Goldson International Airport.  The first one involved an airplane that went on a test flight and the pilots essentially stole [...]

Man who killed his sister’s boyfriend convicted of manslaughter

A two year old trial in the murder of twenty-seven year old Robert Brown ended this afternoon in the Supreme Court before Justice Adolph Lucas. Brown bled to death after [...]

B.D.F. Sergeant convicted of manslaughter

Also in court, thirty-six year old B.D.F. Sergeant Enrique Montejo was today convicted of three traffic offences relating to an accident in 2006, in which a police corporal was killed. [...]

PAY UP! One man’s message to insurance company

Lyndon Bailey has been in the news before because he was chosen from a group of persons nominated to the FirstCaribbean Bank’s Unsung Heroes Program. Bailey is also the founder [...]

Get educational opportunities through COBEC

At least seventy percent of teachers of children in their formative years are not suitably qualified. It is a dismal statistic in early education which the Ministry of Education hopes [...]

Belize Bank has a new General Manager of Retail Banking Services

There’s a new appointment in the management of the Belize Bank. Michael Castillo, who has been with the bank since 1987, has served as Manager of the San Pedro and [...]

3 year old still being treated after being attacked by dog

On Wednesday a three year old girl became the victim of a vicious dog attack in an area known as Jerusalem that is linked to Antelope Street Extension. The infant [...]

Museum of Belize celebrates 9th Anniversary

The Museum of Belize is turning nine this weekend. The MOB is one of the main attractions for tourists in the city, but most importantly it is the place where [...]

Black & White photographs of México’s History on display

There is an exhibit that is taking place at the Mexican Institute on Marine Parade.  It’s called Mexico Black and White: Photographic Images of Yucatan.   The Images and a video [...]

Healthy Living gives advice on chest pains

Chest pain is a symptom that requires a medical check-out as soon as possible. It could very well be a sign that something is seriously wrong that can potentially lead [...]