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One more Asian Belizean murdered

Less than a week after the fatal shooting of two Chinese grocers in Belize City a third member of the Asian community, a first form student, has succumbed to injuries [...]

Inside Job? Police questions Heritage Bank employee

The Orange Walk branch of Heritage Bank was robbed of over two hundred thousand dollars shortly after midday on Tuesday. The suspicion was that the robbery was an inside job [...]

Trial of men who murdered four persons underway

At news time tonight a jury is in deliberation over one of the most violent killing sprees the country has seen. It’s the murder trial against Leslie Pipersburgh and Patrick [...]

Mayor Moya apologizes to the Prime Minister

Belize City Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers’ expulsion from the United Democratic Party was reduced to a suspension at the start of the year. The Mayor remained steadfast to her party [...]

Do you think a foreign Commissioner of Police will reduce crime?

Tonight’s question is: Do you think a foreign commissioner of police will reduce crime? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on [...]

Blind boy climbs Victoria Peak and learns he can do anything

On Wednesday night we premiered the first part of twelve year old Rowan Garel’s trek to Victoria Peak. Climbing to Victoria Peak is a difficult feat for any healthy adult, [...]

El Salvador Foreign Minister departs with joint agreement

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of El Salvador, Hugo Roger Martinez Bonilla, concluded his official visit to Belize today. While in Belize he met with Minister of [...]

Newspaper Publisher, Harry Lawrence, Ambassador to the Holy See

In other diplomatic news, the government announced today that publisher of the Reporter newspaper, Harry Lawrence, is being named as Ambassador to the Holy See. Lawrence is expected to present [...]

Chamber of Commerce denounces spread of violent crime

The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry is calling for a cease fire on the streets of Belize. With the murder count growing to record numbers, now at thirty-four, it [...]

European chef, guide and paramedic go fish, but get hooked by Law

A European chef, tour guide and paramedic have been in Belize for six months, but when they headed out on a fishing trip last Friday, they found themselves in a [...]

P.U.C. lags behind as SMART tries to upgrade phone services

Earlier this week, we reported that B.T.L. had pulled the plug on Speednet and removed the smaller telephone company from its unfiltered circuits cutting off its international services. Speednet maintained [...]

Philloughby won’t run for Mayor; will Cardona sit by the mace bearer?

Earlier we told you what’s in store for the Mayor, so what else is new in the U.D.P.?  Not much, at least for Orange Walk East Representative, Marcel Cardona, who [...]

U.S. Southern Command gives medical care in Orange Walk

In this newscast we regularly feature persons who need medical assistance but do not have the financial means. The income of many households coupled with the level of unemployment makes [...]

Toddler survives; Daniel Estell makes it against all odds

You first met Baby Daniel Estell last year in July when his family was in desperate need of financial assistance for his medical treatment. The child was born with a [...]

Healthy Living visits the dentist

A visit to the dentist does not have to be the most traumatic experience, in fact, it is a practice that is to be encouraged on a regular basis to [...]