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Yolanda Schakron in Supreme Court for bye-election battle

Last Friday, P.U.P. Attorney Lisa Shoman was in the Supreme Court to file an application for leave to present an Election Petition by Yolanda Schakron. The P.U.P. and Schakron were [...]

Attorney Denys Barrow believes election petition will fail

And while Attorney Shoman maintains that this application is apart and separate from what Justice Legal had ruled in February, Attorney Denys Barrow says that Schakron  may have some grounds,  [...]

Brother shoots and kills sister with father’s unlicensed gun

Though anti-crime measures have targeted gang murders and shootings, there are some deaths that can be avoided. Tragedy has struck a community in the western region of the country as [...]

Stabbed to death while robbing hot dog vendor

Battlefield Park, aside from being among the oldest public spaces in the city, is a refuge for loiterers.  The venue is also littered with fast food vendors around the clock [...]

Man charged for murder at Scotia Bank acquitted

Twenty-three year old Frank Edwards, the only accused culprit detained for the March 2010 robbery of Scotia Bank in Spanish Lookout which ended in the fatal shooting of security guard [...]

Banks convicted for almost 27lbs of weed

One man who has seen a litany of charges and always manages to walk away clean is Darien Banks. The thirty three year old is tonight behind bars where he [...]

Seaplane flips over, but pilot unharmed

An airplane flipped over when it made contact with the sea. The seaplane is designed to take off and alight on water. However, some models of these floatplanes can’t handle [...]

Loggers meet in the South to discuss Rosewood

Since she took office only about two weeks ago, Lisel Alamilla had hit the ground running. Government confirmed this morning, that the portfolio responsibility of Indigenous People has been dropped [...]

Over 7,000 students sit P.S.E.

Today marks day one of the annual Primary School Examination. All across the country, thirty six high schools y are being used to host students from two hundred and seventy [...]

Blind and able, Rowan Garel, takes P.S.E.

Of the seven thousand one hundred and seventy six students who sat the exam, one hundred and forty were registered as special needs candidates. One of those individuals, Rowan Garel, [...]

Cops recording allegedly targeting George Street men

A compact disc allegedly from the George Street area was delivered to this station  minutes before news time. We have not been able to verify for certainty the names of [...]

Two personalities pass away

Two prominent individuals who have dedicated portions of their life to social justice have passed away. Mrs. Audrey Courtenay was a founding member of Belize Red Cross, a former nurse [...]

Mom misses missing daughter. Have you seen her?

A teenage girl from the Cayo District has been missing for weeks. Her family does not know if she ran away or if she is being prevented from contacting them. [...]

New building for Samuel Haynes Institute

A groundbreaking ceremony was held this evening at the Samuel Haynes Institute on Mahogany Street where a new building is set to be constructed.  The existing facility, which has been [...]

Belizean Fashionista in Caribbean Design Show

Mission Catwalk is a Caribbean show that airs on TVJ. Its purpose is to find and develop talent. When it first aired it focused solely on Jamaican talent, but for season [...]

Cycling Association rides with a Donation

The annual Holy Saturday Cross Country Cycling Classic is less than two weeks away and while Belizean riders train diligently to bring back the coveted garland, the Belize Cycling Association [...]

Sports Monday with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   The future of Belizean cycling was in full bloom yesterday with the 13th running of the Junior Cross Country [...]