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Taxi man murdered in Belize City

Gunshots rang out in the dead of the night on Central American Boulevard. A taxi driver was executed by two men who rode up on bicycles and fired at least [...]

Suspicious aircraft hovers in vicinity of Maya King Village

A suspicious aircraft was sighted hovering across Southern Belize earlier today.  While the plane did not make its landing, local authorities were alerted and are said to be keeping a [...]

Cabinet does not support $14 Million Fresh Catch loan from S.S.B.

Nature Fresh Belize Limited has taken a thrashing in the media over a fourteen point nine million dollar loan that the investment committee of the Social Security Board is recommending [...]

Standard and Poors: Belize ranks 9 in list of countries least likely to pay debts

In other news of a financial nature, Standard and Poor’s, an international credit rating agency, released its 2011 report on Wednesday. Credit ratings are an evaluation of a country’s ability [...]

Football Federation of Belize prepares for Belize Vs Montserrat

There is some sporting news that can’t wait until James Adderley’s Sports Monday. Belize’s Under Sixteen basketball team is in Mexico City playing in preliminary rounds against other Central American [...]

P.U.C. proposes to cancel B.E.L.’s operating license

Belize Electricity Limited C.E.O., Lynn Young has made the point that the Public Utilities Commission is squeezing B.E.L.  At the most recent Annual General Meeting, Young said that;  “Rather than [...]

Cassandra Humes charged with Handling Stolen Goods

In court, six persons were remanded to prison on Monday after being charged with Burglary and Handling Stolen Goods in connection with a string of break-ins in the Lake Independence [...]

Businessman detained for robbery

Tonight a businessman is behind bars after he was picked out by a robbery victim in an identification parade. Twenty-four year old city resident, Richard Burgos, claims he was robbed [...]

Natural Health Tech and the wonders of the herbs

Herbs have traditionally been used for medicinal purposes; from minor to serious illnesses. Some of them are easy to grow and can be found in your own backyard. So if [...]

Athletes heading to Greece for Special Olympic Summer Games

Eight young athletes are heading to Greece with the hopes of bringing back gold. They have been training and preparing for the games in which they will compete for the [...]

Banned student attends her graduation ceremony

On Wednesday’s newscast we told you about a twelve year old girl who was being barred from attending her graduation at St. Francis Xavier Primary School in Esperanza, Cayo.  Her [...]

Global Parish’s summer youth story telling program

The Global Parish group has been developing the talent of teenagers and adults with its Youth Voices project. Another component of the Global Parish initiative is about to be launched [...]

Minister addresses United Nations General Assembly on HIV/AIDS

The United Nations General Assembly has adopted a Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS, which sets new goals to be met by 2015. Belize, was among the countries that signed on to [...]

Healthy Living experiences slipped discs

When it comes to back pain, we’ve all been there. Usually we diagnose the causes to be due to a range of issues, from the back going out, to hernias [...]