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Coye Family now found Guilty of Money Laundering

The highly publicized money laundering case involving businessman Michael Coye and his daughter Melonie, who allegedly legitimized over a million dollars in ill-gotten funds concluded this afternoon in the Supreme [...]

Kaina Martinez runs proudly for Belize in Olympic Trial

For a moment this morning there was a glimmer of hope that Belize would make it big in female track and field at London 2012. Of the three athletes competing [...]

“Baby Daddy” bites mom, breaks pint on baby and burns house

A family was left without a roof over their heads on Thursday night. A blaze quickly swept through the two-storey building completely destroying the structure and the belongings of Karen [...]

Tourism Minister says land sale to Deputy P.M. Associate shady

In March just prior to the elections, we carried the story of a prime piece of property owned by Belize Water Services Limited in San Pedro that was cancelled and [...]

Land Grab in the West by Min. Rene Montero? Deputy P.M. responds

On Thursday night you heard Minister of Natural Resources, Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vegas’ also responded to why he gave his relatives, including two brothers, his daughter, a sister-in-law and [...]

More shootings in Old Capital

There are two shooting incidents to report tonight. The first happened at around two o’clock this afternoon in an alley on the Canal side of Sittee Street in the Old [...]

Former Governor of Mexico pleads guilty to drug trafficking

A protracted high profile case ended today when a former governor of Mexico pleaded guilty to drug trafficking. It’s a case that dates back to the 1990’s and has ties [...]

Honduran national, seeking medical treatment in Belize, sent home

In the local courts, a Honduran woman, who claims she came to Belize for medical reasons over three months ago, is being sent back to her country because she doesn’t [...]

Cattle Sweep to certify disease-free beef

The exportation of cattle to Mexico through formal trade arrangements has been touted for some time, in fact as far back as 2010; the Prime Minister said it was a [...]

A book for love of cricket

Dean Lindo is well known as an attorney. But in his spare time Lindo has always been an avid fan of cricket. The West Indian game is popular throughout the [...]

K.H.M.H. gets into the summer camp business

The annual K.H.M.H. summer camp culminated today with a ceremony held at the K.H.M.H.’s parking lot. It’s the second of its kind that targets primarily children of staff members and [...]

NEMO keeps an eye on Ernesto

As we go into the weekend, information coming out of the National Hurricane Center Forecast is that Tropical Storm Ernesto is expected to become a hurricane by Monday morning. T.S. [...]

Miss Mexico wins Costa Maya Pageant

There is a new Reina de la Costa Maya and she is Natalia Villanueva from Mexico. The weekend of festivities commenced on Thursday night with the international pageant in La [...]