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Sugar industry at a standstill

There is late breaking news from the north; and it is not sweet for the six thousand cane farmers that depend on the sugar industry for their livelihood, even though [...]

Temporary shutdown of factory takes harvest into rainy season

Industry insiders say that the quality of cane was greatly improved in this crop and that the temporary shut-down of the factory will extend the harvest into the rainy season. [...]

2 traffic accidents; one fatality

There are two traffic accidents to report tonight; one turned fatal for a Belize City Customs Guard.  Hallet Baeza did not make it home from an assignment up north as [...]

Money changer from Corozal shot in front of his home

Also in the north, a money changer from the Corozal District was shot at his own house on Monday night.  The incident happened shortly after seven thirty in San Joaquin [...]

Shooting suspect believed to live in Corozal

While police have not yet established a motive for the shooting, they say it does not appear that robbery was the reason.  They have also made contact with their Mexican [...]

Is the government successful in keeping manifesto promises?

Three years ago on February eighth, the U.D.P. was elected on a platform to imagine the possibilities. So tonight’s question is: Do you think the government has been successful in [...]

Charles Young Jr. charged for double murder

Twenty year old Charles Young Jr. is in police custody tonight after being read a number of charges related to a double murder in Belize City on Friday evening.  Young [...]

Captain of catamaran charged after tourist dies during trip

Last Wednesday US National, fifty-nine year old Diana Mechling lost her life during a snorkeling trip to Goff’s Caye when the propeller of the catamaran she had just alighted from [...]

Nolle Prosequi means murder charges dropped again

A fifth person has walked from a murder charge since the beginning of the year. Last week charges against Brandon Taylor, Shamir Medina and Lincoln Helmsley were dropped and before [...]

Immigration inquiry brings Indian nationals before Magistrates Court

An immigration inquiry has brought two Indian nationals before the Magistrates Court. The first to be detained and charged was twenty-three year old Indra Kumar Baswani. He was asked by [...]

Make Belize proud; students build a house for hurricane victim

Hurricane Richard hit parts of Belize with a vengeance last October twenty-fourth. The Hattieville community felt the full brunt of the storm and many families were displaced by the force [...]

Look into the sky, toucan sightings on the rise

The Belize Audubon Society has a year round calendar filled with educational activities about the flora and fauna of the country.  The folks at the Audubon, however, have noted a [...]

British Warships being pulled out of the Caribbean

It was recently announced that the British Forces are reducing troop numbers in Belize and other countries due to cutbacks in the British Ministry of Defence. The downsizing of BATSUB [...]

KTV Latino hopefuls to grace the stage with powerful melodies

It’s that time of the week again… time to head out to the Bliss and catch local talent at its best. Tonight you get to find out which singer from [...]