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Is Mike Singh out of Caribbean Shores’ race?

The Municipal elections in March 2012 is slated to come before the General Elections but the internal political party conventions are becoming even more energized than the race between the [...]

Ann-Marie ready for Santi and Chandra

Women in Politics (WIP); it’s the project that seeks to address the clear shortage of women in the political arena. Now it’s the women, two of them, who now outnumber [...]

Ministers show support for Santi Campaign

While Williams and Cansino are gearing up, Santiago ‘Santi’ Castillo, the frontrunner, is already on the campaign trail leading up to December Fourth. A number of politicians have come forward [...]

ELections and Boundaries ready

Call the elections now has been the battle cry of opposition members in the House and also at the recent inauguration of Francis Fonseca as PUP Leader. It was wide [...]

Cyclists airborne during crash with vehicle

One person is in very critical condition tonight after a horrific accident on Thursday night. Alton Murray and another person known as Babaihleh Faber were on a motorcycle heading north [...]

Millions at stake; OYE joins Belizean at WSOP Finals

Texas Hold-em Poker is a game of skill, luck and plenty of nerves. You have to be good at keeping a straight face when there are thousands of dollars at [...]

Cruise Ship Tourist charged with Obstruction

There was a major spectacle on North Front Street on Thursday afternoon as a female cruise visitor was roughed up by policemen. But today, it was forty-one year old US [...]

Pounds and pounds of marijuana

On Thursday, police searches netted over forty-five pounds of marijuana and today the accused traffickers appeared in court. The biggest bust was at around eleven thirty a.m. at the home [...]

Links of Belizean Bloods in Utah case

On Thursday night we told you about the almost two dozen Belizeans who have been arrested in the U.S in connection with a number of drug related charges. According to [...]

CPBL gives factory’s side of citrus squabble

The Citrus Industry is constantly in chaos as the owners of Citrus Products of Belize Limited being Banks Holdings of Barbados and the Citrus Growers Association Investment Company Limited can’t [...]

OCEANA challenges P.M. on referendum

At the Prime Minister’s Quarterly Press Conference, PM Barrow was asked about the status of the offshore drilling. On Thursday night we aired his response, in which he replied that [...]

Coalition plans its next offshore move

And so where does that leave the Coalition? Well, Matura-Shepherd says that they are still collecting signatures, and as soon as the coalition prepares its position on the referendum, they [...]

CISCO wants to employ At-risk Youths

Phase two of the Southside Rejuvenation Project is expected to start soon and Prime Minister Dean Barrow has made it clear that government will look favorably upon project bids tendered [...]

Camalote Cycling Race to Culture Capital

November is the month that the Garifuna culture is celebrated across the country. But Dangriga becomes a hub for celebrations particularly on the nineteenth. That is also the day that [...]

Tattoos and paintings of a true artist

The Image Factory is always on the precipice of artistic creation. There is a new exhibit that is launching tonight that will bring no less enthusiasm as those that have [...]