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Appeals Court rule; Ninth will be law

The two big stories for today have to do with the ninth amendment, which is now in effect and Hurricane Rina. We’ll have the latest on the hurricane that is [...]

Attorney says there should have been a referendum

Senior Counsel Godfrey Smith, who along with Queen’s Counsel Lord Peter Goldsmith represented Vaughan Gill and Ricardo Castillo, told the media that legal challenge of the passage of the Ninth [...]

Who should be held responsible for stolen B.D.F. weapons?

Weeks after the B.D.F. armory was broken into and an arsenal of weapons stolen, no one has been held accountable. So tonight’s question is: Who do you think should be [...]

Hurricane Rina, where are you going?

The northern part of the country, stretching from Belize City to the northern border is under hurricane watch and it looks that Rina, a category two hurricane can further strengthen. [...]

San Pedro and Caye Caulker evacuation

As we said at the top of the newscast, evacuations are taking place from San Pedro and Caye Caulker, bringing residents to the mainland. Residents from the cayes were transferred [...]

Cat tells Court he paid B.D.F. for uniform

Thirty-nine year old Albert Talbert who also goes by the name of Cat was busted with a B.D.F. uniform last Wednesday when police raided his apartment on Maskall Street. Talbert [...]

2 charged for drug trafficking

Also in court today, a woman took the rap on charges of possession of controlled drugs for marijuana that was found inside her neighbor’s house. But the office of the [...]

Roaring Creek minor alleges abuse

There is another case of sexual abuse of a minor. A thirteen year old student from Roaring Creek claims she has been abused by a family member. The allegation is [...]

Senator questions housing loans write-off

The Senate met on Monday in Belmopan. The urgency was for the ratification of the ninth amendment. That did pass, though with a small majority. But there were other issues [...]

Auditor General retires, but reports not vetted

The post of the Auditor General that became vacant on August thirty-first when Edmund Zuniga reached retirement age has been filled. But while the new appointment of Dorothy Bradley on [...]

$10,000 Duets Winner to be announced

The grand finale of KTV Duets takes place shortly. The Bliss will dress up for the gala event that concludes this season of immensely popular local television show. Three duos [...]