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There is only one P.U.P., but zero leader

The P.U.P. finds itself in a conundrum tonight, days after it turned sixty-one. John Briceño officially stepped down today as leader of the opposition in the House and on the [...]

The Whylie Report on B.D.F. missing weapons

Security at the headquarters of the B.D.F. was breached last week. It was a stunning revelation that has brought disrepute to the force.  Forty-two weapons, including seven M-4 carbine rifles [...]

Carter Center wants G.O.B. to comply with Bar Association

The Bar Association came out strongly against the Ninth Amendment, followed by the Chamber of Commerce and then the Council of Churches. More recently, eight branches of the B.N.T.U. have [...]

Belize Family Life Association in financial difficulty

The Belize Family Life Association, a non-government organization established in 1985 to advocate for and promote reproductive health across the country, is tonight on the brink of closing its doors. [...]

Do you have confidence in the B.D.F. to protect our borders?

Tonight’s question is: Do you have confidence in the B.D.F. to protect our borders? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on [...]

Mother of Rape Victim wants police action

The mother of a four-year-old alleged rape victim has been waiting since September twenty-seventh for answers about her daughter’s case.  She has heard of rape cases that have resulted in [...]

Failed Injunction against Jitendra Chawla

The land dispute between businessman Jitendra Chawla and Ricardo and Sheila Escalante over a half acre plot being occupied by the couple in the Krooman Lagoon area near mile two [...]

Family of 3 collide with a bus

A small car and a bus crashed on Monday night. It happened around mile eleven on the Western Highway, just outside of Hattieville.  Thirty-three year old Melissa Almendarez and her [...]

Tourist Souvenir is marijuana and fine

A cruise ship tourist was busted with marijuana he allegedly bought after he arrived in the old capital.  Twenty-two year old Tech Support employee, Irvin Ashante Conner, a US Virgin [...]

US Imports burglars in Court

Two men were today charged with Handling Stolen Goods in the courtroom of Magistrate Dorothy Flowers. They appeared separately, but both charges were in connection with the recent robbery at [...]

At Risk Youths employed to repair streets

Unite Belize Initiative comprises of youths who have otherwise fallen from the wayside. Most of them are well known to the courts but they have come together for gainful employment. [...]

Something fishy at the Garbage Dump

In the past few days an unbearable stench enveloped Fabers Road Extension and the Western Highway near the junction and dumpsite. Residents of the area have been suffering and they [...]

Duets Finals; breath-taking performances

Tonight is the final round of competition for KTV Duets. Three of the four duos will move on and one will unfortunately go home. It has been grueling and highly [...]