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Did another pastor sexually molest a minor?

There is a most disturbing allegation that involves the heinous crime of carnal knowledge to report tonight. At this hour, police have in custody and are carrying out an ID [...]

Teachers and students protest Baptist High School in Belmopan

While Pastor Norman Willacy stepped down from the Belmopan Baptist High School after he admitted culpability, the school is still facing a myriad of problems. This morning, a protest was [...]

Women, also victims of senseless murders

The Crimes Commission has not yet approved of the Ministry of National Security’s intention to have some areas of Belize City demarcated as Crime Ridden Areas. The designation would allow [...]

Do you support anti-crime measures such as searches without warrants?

And our question for tonight is: Do you support the anti-crime measure that provides for searches of houses without warrants? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to [...]

World Bank note shows some pro-poor initiatives work and some don’t

Government has spent five point two million dollars on a BOOST program as part of its pro-poor policies. Another two point five million was spent on a food pantry program [...]

BOOST Program, supported and successful in the region

One of the initiatives that came up at the breakfast session attended by the World Bank Representatives, the Ministry of Human Development and the media, was the Food Pantry Program. [...]

Mayas meet with attorney to consider legal action against G.O.B.

Since an unsuccessful public consultation exercise, held in Sundaywood Village on October twenty-fifth, to discuss the results of an environmental impact assessment conducted by U.S. Capital Energy Ltd., Maya leaders [...]

Mayas concerned about G.O.B.’s production sharing agreement with Oil Company

According to Alfonso Cal, President of the Toledo Alcaldes Association, concerns have been raised by fellow community leaders regarding the terms of agreement between the Government of Belize and U.S. [...]

GST team busts 2 businessmen without proper cash registers

Two Chinese grocers were hauled before the courts today following a crackdown by the General Sales Tax Department. Forty-three year old Yue Ling Huang Wong, owner of Julie’s Supermarket located [...]

Bar votes to support the extension of Appeals Court Judge

The Bar Association met on Monday night at the Radisson Hotel. One of the issues discussed was the extension of the term of Justice Manuel Sosa as the President of [...]

Top CXC and CAPE students revealed; SJCJC has top 3

The Ministry of Education has released a list of top performers for external exams. Dorien Villafranco of St. John’s College Junior College is the Most Outstanding Candidate for the May/June [...]

Dorien Villafranco, Most Outstanding Cape Student

Dorien Villafranco, the Most Outstanding Candidate for the May/June 2012 CAPE is the recipient of the Belize Scholarship for 2012. Villafranco, a resident of Belmopan, is studying in the United [...]

The Next Superstar winner to be revealed

The competition is over and tonight the name of the Next Superstar will be revealed at an all star studded event at the Bliss Institute. From a lineup of twenty-six [...]