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Minister asked for Cop to be transferred before incident with tourist

On Tuesday News Five reported on the strange case of a police corporal being transferred following the arrest of a vacationing tourist in San Pedro. Syracuse resident Liza Marie Mertz [...]

Farrakhan falls ill and postpones visit to Belize

The highly anticipated visit of the Head of the Nation of Islam, Minister Louis Farrakhan, has been postponed at the eleventh hour. Arrangements had all been put in place for [...]

Super attorneys contracted by bondholders

As was reported on Tuesday, superbond negotiations between bondholders and the government have hit a major snag. The bondholders have rejected government’s latest counter proposal and have hired a team [...]

Are you surprised that biggest drug trial results in not guilty?

Tonight’s question is: Does it surprise you that the six accused in the biggest drug trial were found not guilty? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to [...]

McAfee’s Flavor of Love, lifestyle taken to Guatemala

The strange and interesting life of John McAfee on the run continues to make international headlines. McAfee is a person of interest that police want to question about the murder [...]

Tranche one, 10 Million of Municipal Bond as been subscribed!!

While the government’s superbond negotiations are not going well, the Belize City Council is well under way in floating the twenty million dollar municipal bond. The first tranche is valued [...]

Municipal Airstrip extension and renamed after Sir Barry

The Municipal Airstrip in Belize City is getting a nine point five million dollar upgrade. Works got underway today and it will take two years to complete. Notably, the airstrip [...]

National Inflation in October down

The latest report on the The Consumer Price Index (CPI) for October 2012 has been released. The CIB is reporting that the average national inflation rate of of the end [...]

Murder case falls apart in Court; Krismar Espinosa acquitted

Two murder cases fell apart in the courts today. Twenty-three year old Krismar Espinosa of Orange Walk was acquitted this afternoon of the murder of inmate, Keon Kyle Swasey, who [...]

Rasheed Woods also freed of murder charge

In the Belize City Supreme Court, Rasheed Woods was set free of murder when his case concluded in nolle prosequi because witnesses could not be located. Woods was charged back [...]

All today’s buzz was at the Spelling BEE

The winners of the Spelling Bee for the Hearing Impaired took it all; and they hail from the Cayo Deaf Institute. This morning Wilford Coc and Jacob Chun won the [...]

Xunantunich, the concert and the Succotz residents

In the west, emotions are running high among the tour guides and vendors in Succotz Village over the planned two-week closure of Xunantunich next Wednesday. The closure by NICH coincides [...]

Kim Simpliss Barrow launches 3rd Inspiration Calendar

The third edition of the Inspiration Calendar was launched this morning by the office of the Special Envoy for Women and Children. The calendar showcases the artwork of children with [...]