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Guatemala wins Game 1 of 2 against Belize in Football series

Just before the newscast, the anticipated game between Belize and Guatemala ended in Belmopan. All eyes were on the Belize National team at the Football Federation of Belize stadium as [...]

South Side Gangsters say they weren’t included in Gang Meeting

Prime Minister Dean Barrow met with the gangs on Sunday and hammered out a truce. It was said that all gangs had been invited to the negotiating table. On our [...]

Cabinet says several entities want to buy B.S.I.

The Belize sugar Cane Farmers on Monday disclosed that they had secured financing to acquire the controlling shares in the Belize Sugar Industries Limited. They also said that B.S.I. had [...]

Should the Prime Minister negotiate directly with the gangs?

Tonight’s question is: Should the Prime Minister negotiate directly with the gangs? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on our e-poll [...]

BeliLeaks? U.S. Embassy WikiLeaks cables prompt response from Leader of Opposition

Last Friday we first exposed information on Belize coming from WikiLeaks, an organization that publishes private, secret, and classified data from anonymous news sources, news leaks, and whistleblowers. It claims [...]

Leader of Opposition denies old corruption allegations about oil contract

There was a second contract that came out on Miles Tropical Energy. The principals of that company were Oren Miles and Allen Saum. Saum is the man that the Prime [...]

WikiLeaks Cable tell all about Telemedia nationalization

In another cable, the US Embassy was briefed on the nationalization of B.T.L. The meeting was held on December fifteenth, between Financial Secretary Joseph Waight, B.T.L. board member Allan Slusher [...]

Owner of Galen University responds to WikiLeaks allegations

The Wikileaks cables did not only upset politicians, but they also struck a chord with the owner of a local university and prompted him to send out a press release.   [...]

Family of Michael Young doesn’t believe he was killed during a robbery

A post mortem examination on the body of twenty-seven year old Michael Young, also known as Ham, was conducted this afternoon at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital.  According to a [...]

Accused of murder of woman, now defendant gets day in Court

Edward Buller, the alleged killer of Ella May Pinnance Bennette, was in court on Monday for his murder trial. The crown’s allegations are that on the night of June twentieth, [...]

Ghost gets bail for assaulting a police officer

The truce among rival gangs has held since the weekend, but in the aftermath of the confrontation between George Street residents and the Gang Suppression Unit, alleged gang members are [...]

UB Alumni Ball: Dinner, Dance, Award Ceremony and Fundraiser

The University of Belize Alumni Association is hosting its first alumni ball this Saturday night at eight.  The event is a fundraiser to assist students with everything from books to [...]

UWI Pelican Awards recognizes 4 outstanding Belizeans

Dubbed the region’s premier tertiary institution, The University of the West Indies has produced countless Caribbean leaders and pioneers in different fields. Annually, the UWI honors graduates of its institution [...]

GOJoven trains youths to be leaders in their communities

For the past seven years, Belizean youths have been participating along with others from Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico in a program called GOJoven. It provides training opportunities to develop the [...]

Another sold out crowd for the $10,000 KTV Duets

It’s getting down to the wire in KTV Duets and tonight’s performances will determine which duos from Group A will be among the six semi-finalists. That means the duets will [...]