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Minor arrested for Murder in Dangriga

A minor from Dangriga will be spending the Christmas and New Years away from his family but safely behind bars. Because he is underage, the name of the sixteen year [...]

Arrests made for murdered Nigerian

Three men are expected to be arraigned on Wednesday for the murder of Nigerian national, forty year old Abayomi Olatunji. Olatunji, who was employed by J & B Security Firm, [...]

Briceño says GOB didn’t give Xmas cash

The forty thousand dollar Christmas assistance program; who really is benefiting? In an interview with the media last Friday, following the Sitting of the House, Prime Minister Barrow confirmed that [...]

Macaws poached in the Chiquibul

The Scarlet Macaw may arguably be the most magnificent bird of the parrot family. They live in higher elevations and riparian forests, where they form their habitat in tall deciduous [...]

Are you better off this Christmas, than in previous years?

Tonight’s question is: Are you better off this Christmas, than in previous years? Yes or No? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your [...]

Have yourself a Merry Christmas

It’s five days before Christmas Day so we headed downtown to get a feel for the holiday buzz. Belizeans were out doing their last minute shopping and getting ready for [...]

Charges dropped against immigration officer

In the Magistrate Court this morning in Belmopan, extortion charges were dropped against an Immigration officer. Hermaine Tzib was charged in May of this year after a Lebanese businessman made [...]

Bowen & Bowen employee beaten badly

A Bowen & Bowen employee was the victim of a brutal beat down on Freetown Road last Friday. Twenty-six year old Kenrick August is still hospitalized at the KHMH and [...]

Thief’s tambola: fishing for phone cards

Thieves are becoming craftier at finding ways to get their loot, but a robbery that occurred on November tenth takes the prize for creativity. Fifty year old Eric Barrow allegedly [...]

GSU operation yields seizure of ammunition and drugs

At five this morning the Gang Suppression Unit (GSU) executed a search at a one room shack in Biscayne Village. GSU officers spotted Randy Dominguez running out of the house [...]

Shyne to tour in the U.S.?

Remember Shyne? He is the prime minister’s son, who was deported from the United States following a nine year conviction for a shooting incident at a night club in New [...]

Goodbye Michael Deshield; Vet passes away

Well-known veterinarian Doctor Michael Deshield passed away this morning.  Less than a month ago on November eighteenth, Deshield and co-workers of Belize Agricultural Health Authority said their farewells but his [...]

Cops show love to the elderly

On a lighter note, they say Christmas is for the children but the cheer spread to the Sister Cecilia Home for the Elderly today. There we found the Community Policing [...]

Rosendo Urbina Sr. still running for U.D.P. in the Orange Walk South constituency

Rosendo Urbina Senior, as we told you on Monday, returned to Belize last week from the US. Urbina and his family fled the country when his son and daughter-in-law were [...]

Belize Games redux: 1993 revisited

It appears as if karate is a blossoming sport in Belize, but in fact it has been practiced for decades. When this station first got on the airwaves twenty years [...]