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George Price laid to rest at Lord Ridge Cemetery

The casket draped with the Belizean flag took hours to arrive at the Lord Ridge Cemetery where Price had chosen as his final resting place. Family and friends were stoic [...]

Mourners view casket at Bliss and Price Center

It is estimated that in the range of eleven thousand persons visited the flag draped casket of first Prime Minister George Price in a period of sixteen hours at the [...]

Register sim cards and phones or lose numbers

There’s a new law that will kick in on October eleventh, which is bound to stir public debate over privacy issues. It is the mandatory registration of prepaid cellular numbers. [...]

Villager alleges kidnapping and abuse by cops

A Lucky Strike resident is making serious allegations against a group of police officers. Frank Elijio claims that he had to be hospitalized after he was kidnapped and brutalized by [...]

Uniformed cops allegedly drinking and beating bailiff

Police officers Constable Leonardo Yama and Sergeant Jose Ortega have been charged following an altercation which left a Magistrate’s Court bailiff toothless.  According to the victim, he was socializing at [...]

Jamaica’s Prime Minister steps down

We will have more in Caribbean Newsline coming up after our local newscast, but in Jamaica, Prime Minister Bruce Golding has stunned that country with an announcement that he is [...]

Another night of stellar performances on Duets

KTV Duets is back at the Bliss tonight and it is going to be a show to remember. The talent that has made it so far from Groups A and [...]

5 year old girl raped

Tonight there is a disturbing story of a vicious crime committed on a four year old child. The mother, whose identity will not be revealed to protect the child, has [...]

Belize Tourism Board’s Seleni Matus resigns

On Wednesday, in his Independence Day speech, the Prime Minister spoke of a six point seven percent increase in the second quarter of this year in overnight visitors. You would [...]

Price’s memory lives on

The nation prepares to say farewell to the Father of the nation, Right Honorable George Price. Around the country, flags are flying at half-mast as messages of condolences continue to [...]

Former Prime Minister recollects lessons from Price

The nation will watch as the body of the Father of the Nation is paraded through the streets of the city that he forged into the country we love. The [...]

Notes of condolences flow in about Father of the Nation

Since the death of the Right Honorable George Cadle Price expressions of sympathy from his family and friends at home and abroad have been overwhelming.  On Thursday former Jamaican Prime [...]

Procession route of body of Father of the Nation

Price’s death has unified the nation and his funeral this weekend will be followed from start to finish. So here are our programming notes.  Beginning on Saturday at six in [...]

Special Sitting of the Supreme Court for new Chief Justice

A special sitting of the Supreme Court was held this morning for the newly sworn-in Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin. Present were members of the judiciary and the legal profession. CJ [...]

Benque Queen shames mayor; Mayor calls cops

The celebrations associated with September have been duplicated across the country with carnival road marches, uniformed parades, presentations and pageants. But there is an unusual story about the festivities in [...]

16 year old laborer charged with Murder of Orange Walk woman

Sixteen-year-old Freddy Amir Blanco, a laborer of August Pine Ridge was formally arrested and charged for the shooting death of twenty five year old Nelsi Chuc. On Thursday night we [...]

Woman reaches a milestone; over 100 years plus

The following story will make you smile. Meet Justina Carias of Santa Familia in the west. Few have lived to tell their story; but she has for ten decades plus [...]

Citrus Leprosy detected in Belize

It has been affecting other Central American countries, and for the first time citrus leprosies has been detected in Belize. The first report came in early August when a farmer [...]

APAMO says community participation needed to manage natural resources

While citrus farmers battle with the leprosies disease, APAMO is attempting to encourage community participation in the management of natural resources. A symposium was held today to report on recent [...]

Sculptor of Price Bust speaks about experience

While the world recalled experiences with Price, one man has a unique perspective on his face. That is because he studied every muscle, wrinkle and wave of hair on Price’s [...]

Words from Father of the Nation

To close tonight’s news; we leave you with one of the most memorable statements made by the Right Honorable George Price. It was back on the morning of September twenty-first [...]

Gang truce fragile

Independence Day speeches 2011 took on a different tone. The Minister of Tourism, the mayor of Belmopan, the Leader of the Opposition and the Prime Minister punctuated their speeches with [...]

9 year old youth murdered

Shortly after that statement was made in Belmopan, a nine year old school boy became a victim of the bad blood between two gangs in the city after viewing the [...]

The economy of Independence 2011; P.M. says outlook good

Unlike previous years, there were no daggers drawn between the leader of the Opposition and the Prime Minister on Independence Day.  In his address, John Briceño focused on the work [...]

Leader of the Opposition’s words of Price resonate

While Barrow gave a breakdown of projects that are either planned or in progress, the Leader of the Opposition took his time at the podium as a reflection on the [...]