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Who does PM want for Caribbean Shores?

By now it’s no secret that Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley has his eyes set on the Caribbean Shores political division, and he wants in sooner rather than later. It’s [...]

Football Federation’s telethon and trained coaches

The Football Federation of Belize has been very active in recent times. For the first time, the F.F.B. has a group of Belizeans that are licensed coaches. Eighteen participants from [...]

Football and basketball highlights with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is sports Monday     The PLB completed regular season play in the 2013 football competition by staging four matches across the nation. [...]

3 Guatemalans caught illegally harvesting in Chiquibul National Reserve

Last Friday, a joint foot patrol in the Chiquibul National Park along with B.D.F. and Rangers led to the detention of three Guatemalans conducting gold paning in the river. The [...]

The Prince and Little Iguana Caye’s unsanctioned development

Officials of the Department of the Environment were in San Pedro Ambergris Caye this week to assess dredging activities taking place near the San Pedro Marina Channel for which a [...]

Oil company folds on operation and moves to another

The Prime Minister will be having a press conference on Monday at which time information may be forthcoming on whether or not the oil find by Maranco Energy Belize Limited [...]

To Aguas Turbias and beyond; Territorial Volunteers on the road again

The northern component of the Belizean Territorial Volunteers, led by Orlando de la Fuente, will be heading to the border this Saturday; destination is the border marker at Aguas Turbias, [...]

Italian realtor wanted by Interpol

Tonight, Antonio Velardo, a wealthy Italian visitor is being questioned by San Pedro Police. Velardo was fined on Thursday for not declaring twenty point five thousand U.S. dollars found in [...]

Holy War in Chief Justice chambers; Church defends against UNIBAM

On May seventh, the landmark case on the constitutionality of section fifty-three of the Criminal Code gets underway before Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin. Section fifty-three states that persons who engage [...]

Fired K.H.M.H. Security Guards say they are owed overtime from 2011

In January of this year, the security staff of the K.H.M.H. was dismissed following a decision by the Board of Directors of the national referral hospital to outsource security services [...]

Who let the dog out? Brian Castillo

A Lord’s Bank resident has been slapped with quite an unusual charge; one that is not often reported in our newscast. Keeping an Unmuzzled Ferocious Dog at large is the [...]

Customer detained at hardware store for bogus cheque

A well-known technician from Belize City has been slapped with a charge of possession of a false document and claiming upon a forged document. Police believe that thirty-one year old [...]

USAID representative leads discussion on behavior at HIV Forum

The first National HIV Prevention summit is the handiwork of the National AIDS Commission of Belize.  The stakeholders at the conference are being educated by experts to help them understand [...]

Numerous works from hardest working mayor causing traffic jam?

If in the past few months you’ve been unfortunate enough to be in a vehicle on the Northern Highway between the Haulover Bridge and the city anytime between the hours [...]

Belize Zoo’s April, the tapir celebrates a milestone

To many of you watching this, the news that a new Miss Belize was crowned today will come as a big surprise. The venue was the Belize Zoo and Education [...]

Ras Indio, musician back from Ethiopia

Ras Indio is a Belizean musician who is so busy that his passion for the art keeps him on the road. Indio, normally participates in Caribbean tours and reggae tours [...]

Belize District High School Festival of Arts

A little over a month ago, the Preschool Festival of Arts was held at the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts. Since Wednesday, the high schoolers have been taking the [...]

A Call to Worship

There will be a massive congregation of the faithful from all denominations on Saturday in Belize City. It’s a Call to Worship…a night devoted to God which coordinators say has [...]

Don’t hate me for being wealthy, Italian busted for excess cash

Authorities in San Pedro Town temporarily detained, charged and then fined a European national after he failed to declare over twenty-two thousand U.S. dollars in cash.  On Wednesday, Customs Officials, [...]

Dredging on Ambergris Caye stopped

An unsanctioned development project that threatens the environment on Little Iguana Caye in the Bacalar Chico area of San Pedro, Ambergris Caye has been discovered by authorities. The Department of [...]

Family troubled by death of drowned loved one

A Ladyville family is having trouble accepting the death of their loved one, Crecencio Mai. The fifty seven year old Mai was found dead in a pond on Tuesday at [...]

The senator’s bacon

It was reported last Friday that a shipment of six thousand pounds of bacon, imported by Senator Mark Lizarraga for the Southside Group, had been seized by the Customs and [...]

Undertakers take back control of graveyards

The Belize City Council has lost a battle with one of the city’s well known undertakers.  Back in January, City council decided to take over undertaking services from the private [...]

Removing unsightly bandstands for city’s major renovation

City Hall has lost a major battle to the undertakers. But Mayor Darrell Bradley is still facing other challenges. He has been praised for his municipal projects every bit as [...]

Environmental Coalition says Government made major offshore error

The Belize Coalition to Save Our Natural Heritage has issued a press release on claims made by representatives of the Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology and Public Utilities in regards [...]