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Regular soap eating kills

  There is a tragic story to report tonight. It involves the mysterious death of a seventeen-year-old from the village of Golden Stream in Toledo over the weekend and is [...]

Former minister Joe Coye wins land case in court

After years of trial, Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin struck out charges against former Ministers of Government, Joe Coye and Florencio Marin. A tort of misfeasance charge fell apart today after [...]

Coye blames prominent attorney or case against him

But after accusing four public officers of perjury, Coye continued swinging at his accusers. Coye alleged that he was the victim of trumped up charges which he felt were malicious, [...]

UCI says Moreno is legitimate president of BCA

Last week, the Minister of State, Herman Longsworth, installed an interim cycling committee following a meeting with International Cycling Union representative, Manuel Paleaz. It would have been an end to [...]

Human smuggling ring of Salvadorans unraveling

  Police and immigration departments in the west and Belize City are further investigating what is believed to be a human smuggling ring and tonight and one Orange Walk resident [...]

Brit soon returns to court for charges involving boys

  A bench warrant for British national David Taylor has been withdrawn. The warrant was issued when Taylor was due to re-appear in the Dangriga Magistrate Court last week but [...]

Tour ends in accident in Esperanza village

Just before five p.m. on Tuesday, a traffic accident occurred in the village of Esperanza. Allen Obando and Devon Harris were riding home when a van, carrying tourists and reportedly [...]

Baby with rare disorder flown to Virginia for surgery

A private jet landed at the Phillip Goldson Airport this morning to transport Baby Brian Williams Junior to Richmond, Virginia. The infant was born in January with a rare abnormality. [...]

Ports Commissioner leaves job; junior minister interference?

Former Ports Commissioner Major John Flowers, whose last day on the job as head of the Belize Port Authority was Tuesday, has opened up about his sudden departure from the [...]

…and minister took over financial investigation

According to Flowers, Castro then led an investigation into the financial affairs of the Belize Port Authority without his input.   Via phone: Major John Flowers, Former Ports Commissioner “They [...]

Unions to soon conclude negotiations with G.O.B.

Teachers and public officers marched to Independence Hill late last month in a show of force. They demanded respect from the government and a salary adjustment that has been on [...]

Unions say mandate of membership to determine next move

The union leaders say they are confident but agree that it all boils down to the mandate from membership.   Dylan Reneau, President, N.T.U.C.B. “Certainly it appears as if though [...]