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Murder in front of home in Japan, Ladyville

There has been a dip in the number of murders, but just after seven o’clock on Monday night, a young man lost his life for no reason.  It is a [...]

Finally charges for sexual assault of 4 year old

It was shocking news back in September 2011, when the allegation was made that a four year old girl had allegedly been raped by someone she knew who had picked [...]

Price of fuel at the pump going up

There is bad news for drivers tonight because a fuel price hike will take effect at midnight. Premium gasoline will be going up by thirty-two cents to be sold for [...]

Do you agree with mass registration?

Tonight’s question is: Do you agree with the mass registration and naturalization of immigrants before elections? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your [...]

P.U.P. candidate says system is manipulated

In the countdown to elections, there is a blatant spike in the granting of Belizean citizenship to immigrants. Over the past weekend in Ladyville, registrations were occurring behind a gas [...]

Senate debate housing loans write-offs

The write-off of the Social Security Board Housing Loans that was passed last Friday in the House, went to the Senate floor today in Belmopan. It is a program that [...]

P.U.P. senator questions S.S.B. insider trading

Senator for the People’s United Party, Lisa Shoman, had another view. She pointed out that several of the loans on the list to be written-off, including one in the amount [...]

Senator Singh supports write-offs

Leader of Government Business, Senator Doug Singh, had another take. He pointed out that a majority of the mortgages being reconciled through the government initiative were granted under the previous [...]

Honduran hammer’s head of attacker

Turning to the courts, a Honduran national was arraigned on two criminal charges for allegedly beating another man with a hammer. The victim, twenty year old Kevin Martinez had to [...]

Central Medical Lab targeted by thieves

It hasn’t been reported by police, but the Microbiology Department at Central Medical Lab in Belize City was reportedly targeted by thieves on Monday night. It’s a strange incident because [...]

Oceana gifts a trawler to CZMAI

A former trawling vessel, worth over four hundred thousand dollars, was today signed over to the Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute (CZMAI) for just one dollar. The vessel is [...]

Poll says people want early elections

On Monday night we showed you the results of a poll commissioned by Karim Berges with the expertise of Yasmine Andrews. While the stats showed that there is a very [...]

Poll on campaign promises and options

In the poll, fifty six point percent of the participants said they are not satisfied with the current administration’s performance but when asked if they would rather the opposition in [...]

Economic comparisons on Belize and Cayman

There are many articles written about Belize internationally, some good and some not too good, and some we report on. This past Monday, the Washington Times published an article that [...]

Grassroots Actor and Dub Poet ready for stage

He is a poet that perhaps may not be well known, but he has made it to the big screen. Gildon Rowland, the poet that rose from the streets, is [...]