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Belize and Guatemala leaders not meeting in adjacency zone

There have been recent reports in the Prensa Libre that the heads of government of Belize and Guatemala are scheduled to meet in the OAS Adjacency Zone in the days [...]

Bus Association revs up for new prices

On Tuesday, we reported that after several meetings between the Transport Board and the Belizean Bus Association, effective this Saturday, September twenty-second, commuters from Belize City to Belmopan and all [...]

Independence and George Price

Thirty-one years ago, at the stroke of midnight, the Union Jack was lowered and Belizean flag unfurled majestically as the symbol of nationhood. It was the birth of the new [...]

Viva Mexico! Neighbors to finish Border Bridge

A new bridge at the Belize/Mexico border has been in works for years and in the next couple of months, it is expected to finally open. Work began on the [...]

GSU suppresses ammunition and drugs

The Gang Suppression Unit took its operations up north on Wednesday. At around five-thirty a.m., a search warrant was executed at the residence of twenty-three year old Lyndon Heredia in [...]

Auto rental vehicle stolen

You are being asked to be on the lookout for a 2004 Suzuki XL-7 with license plate number 39255, which was stolen from Habet’s Auto Rental in Dangriga. According to [...]

Pros and Cons of disability vs. invalidity benefits

A fifty-three year old Ladyville resident, who has been out of work for over a year, is not a happy camper with the Social Security Board. According to Rodney Bowen, [...]

Hip! Hip! Happy Independence Day!

Independence celebrations kick off shortly.  In the Old Capital, a throng of spectators is expected to converge at the Memorial Park where entertainment begins at nine o’clock tonight and will [...]

Belize Birthday Bash 2012

If you wanna bring in the Independence Day in the north, Shawn Urbina of the S.K.U Promotions says that you need to head to Sugar City. Urbina is holding a [...]

Open Your Eyes with Independence Concert

Here at this station we kicked off the celebrations when you “Open Your Eyes” this morning with William and me. The lineup of artists included the General himself, Ernestine Carballo [...]

International media says G.O.B. default; P.M. says no default

At five p.m. today, a grace period ended for payment of the Superbond after government missed payment in August. Government’s failure to pay triggered a technical default.  The forty-six million [...]

Opposition Leader supports renegotiation of Superbond

The Opposition, Peoples United Party (P.U.P.) has expressed its interest and concern about the bond. Though the P.U.P. has not been a part of the negotiation, it supports the government’s [...]

Driven to a hit, murder in Libertad

A Corozal taxi driver was killed, execution style, early on Tuesday night. It is believed that the two men, who chartered Anwar Hernandez to take them to Libertad, carried out [...]

Before, during and after Hezbollah, Belizean visas abused?

Three days, August twenty-ninth to September first, is all it took for an alleged associate of the terrorist organization Hezbollah to obtain a Belizean birth certificate, a driver’s license and [...]

Lord Michael Ashcroft appointed to Privy Council at large

Lord Michael Ashcroft has been out of the news in Belize for a while but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t been busy. The news out of London is that earlier [...]

Economic Indicators looks at youth reflections on Superbond

We reported on Tuesday that the major findings of a poll measuring public opinions on debt, spending and taxes show that overall there is a high level of dissatisfaction in [...]

A move to block issuance of Telemedia dividends

The B.T.L. Employees Trust has applied to the Caribbean Court of Justice to stop the payment of dividends to shareholders at the upcoming annual general meeting or that alternatively government [...]

SCA students travel across country to give service

The Father of the Nation, George Price passed away one year ago on September nineteenth. His passing evoked huge respect and emotions of patriotism and nationalism for the man who [...]

SJC’s tribute to George Price

At SJCJC, Global Minds paid a tribute to the late father of the nation through a display of pictures and screening of an interview. The student club hopes that the [...]

Playground restored in the name of murdered youth, Joshua Abraham

Over at North Front Street, children, Restore Belize and City Councilors were among those who turned up to restore a playground in the name of Joshua Abraham. Joshua is the [...]

P.U.P. looks up George Price on Service Day

Before the schools set out on their initiatives, early this morning National Service Day started with a mass in Belmopan City as a tribute to George Price. Leader of the [...]

Kim Simplis Barrow continues cancer treatment

When we caught up with Prime Minister Dean Barrow at the airport, he also spoke on the health of his wife, Kim Simplis Barrow, who has been in Houston in [...]

Spectacular Superstar Performances!

It’s now down to seven performers in each group to determine who will be The Next Superstar. Group B was in the spotlight at the Bliss on Tuesday night, bringing [...]

Brother shot and brother murdered in Bullet City

There was an execution-style murder on Monday evening on Jane Usher Boulevard. As we reported in our previous newscast, a gunman opened fire on two brothers on a motorbike.  Jordan [...]

Terrifying home invasion; what were they looking for?

By mid afternoon, there was a horrific home invasion on Logwood Street, which may be linked to Monday night’s murder.  Seven heavily armed and masked men ambushed a woman who [...]