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Belize City man is shot in the face during dominoes game

A single shotgun blast rang out in an alley behind Amara Avenue late Thursday night disrupting a friendly game of dominoes and sending a group of friends scrambling for cover.  [...]

P.U.P. Caribbean Shores standard bearer is out of the race

People’s United Party candidate for the Caribbean Shores constituency, Anthony Mahler, has stepped down as standard bearer with immediate effect.  Mahler won decisively over his opponent Joe Coye in a [...]

UNIBAM launches “We are one” wristband campaign

United Belize Advocacy Movement (UNIBAM) came to prominence in mid 2011 when, under the leadership of Caleb Orosco, it launched a constitutional challenge against the Government of Belize. Through its [...]

Viewers support reduced government term and fixed general elections date

In its last National Party Council meeting on Saturday, the People’s United Party approved a resolution to reduce the term of government to four years and set a fixed date [...]

Dr. Jaime Awe speaks on major archaeological find in San Ignacio

It made national headlines at the start of the week when contractors working on Burns Avenue unearthed an array of Mayan artifacts in the heart of downtown San Ignacio. On [...]

Fabers Road resident charged for burglarizing her neighbor’s home

A Fabers Road woman was arraigned in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court this morning for an alleged burglary at the home of her neighbor. Twenty-four year old Janine Lord appeared [...]

Cop outsmarted by medical technician and caught in extortion attempt

A sting operation on Thursday has resulted in charges being brought against a police officer. Twenty-eight year old Police Constable Amir Moh, a resident of San Jose Palmar in Orange [...]

Man in need of heart surgery passes away at K.H.M.H.

On Thursday night, we aired a plea from Belize City resident, James Elijio, who was seeking financial assistance to send his son to the US for heart surgery. But tonight, [...]

Hundreds receive free wheelchairs from Rotary Clubs of Belize and New Mexico

The local Rotary Club was the lucky recipient of a much needed donation of wheelchairs this morning. The Club started its wheelchair project some four to five years ago and, [...]

Belizeans wear black in support of referendum on oil exploration

Did you notice an unusual number of persons wearing black on a hot day like today? Well, it’s all a part of the Black Friday event organized by the Belize [...]

2nd Annual Senior National Karate championships this Sunday

Sport Karate is becoming increasingly popular in Belize, especially with athletes bringing back numerous medals from international competitions. This weekend the local karatekas will be challenging each other in the [...]

Elderly Belize City woman receives a new house

It’s almost a month into the New Year, but it’s not too late for a fresh start. That’s what an elderly Belize City resident received today when the Customs Department [...]

From the Archives: A look back at the Camel Trophy of 1995

2012 is the year of the Maya and as Belize observes the Mayan Calendar, we went digging in our archives for a feature story first aired in 1995. It is [...]