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No Crawl Caye for Norwegian Cruise Line

A Cabinet subcommittee met today at the Belize Tourism Board to discuss the Norwegian Cruise Line’s tourism project for Crawl Caye which is within a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The [...]

Robbery and murder in Las Flores, Belmopan

A robbery at a bar in Las Flores, Belmopan turned deadly for one of two patrons. The incident happened just past midnight on Saturday. There were at least four persons [...]

Uncle and nephew shot in barbershop

Two relatives were shot over the weekend and one of them is clinging to life and the other is in critical condition. On Saturday night at around seven-twenty p.m., twenty-four [...]

Salvadoran national knocked down and killed in Belmopan

Just minutes after forty-three year old Isabel Antonio Ballona was being killed by armed robbers at the La Choza del Cabrito Bar, another Salvadoran national also lost his life when [...]

The 43rd Annual Assembly of the O.A.S. to be held in Antigua, Guatemala

The Organization of American States will be meeting in Antigua, Guatemala beginning this Tuesday. Among the twenty-eight of thirty-four foreign ministers who will be in Antigua is Belize’s Foreign Minister, [...]

Imer Hernandez will not comment on San Antonio

Imer Hernandez – he’s the man at the center of the San Antonio Road controversy in Orange Walk Town. The nephew of Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega, Hernandez drew media [...]

Imer Hernandez gets contract for Belmopan Market Project

While that’s very likely the last we’ll hear about the San Antonio Road, it’s certainly not the last we’ll hear of the elusive Imer Hernandez. In fact, his name came [...]

Old man and the illegal sea lobster

An elderly fisherman of Southside Belize City who Fisheries Authorities claim was found in possession of over two thousand pounds of lobster tails was arraigned in court this morning.  Seventy-eight [...]

High school student says he was beaten by the cops

The family of seventeen-year-old Brian Lopez Jr., a student of Ladyville Technical High School, is livid, following claims of physical and verbal abuse at the hands of a Ladyville police [...]

Homeowner cuffs burglar over the head

A burglary gone wrong has left one man with a headache and time behind bars at the Belize Central Prison.  Convicted burglar Nelson David White appeared in the court of [...]

Daughter forgets details of incest in court

A forty-year old man from the Punta Gorda area was freed of a charge of carnal knowledge after his daughter, now fourteen years old, took the stand but failed to [...]

Leader of Opposition supports Audrey Matura-Shepherd

The resignation of OCEANA Belize Vice President Audrey Matura-Shepherd is still very much big news, especially after a press conference in which Matura-Shepherd claims that resignation was precipitated by attacks [...]

Inspiration telethon rakes in half a million dollars for needed center

Construction of the Inspiration Center, a facility that is being built to assist children with disabilities, is quickly becoming a reality.  Last Tuesday, members of the media and donors to [...]

Belize City and Merida Mayors sign Letter of Intent

Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley and Mayor Renan Barrera Cocha of Merida, Yucatan have signed a letter of intent to establish a sister city relationship in the near future. That [...]

Football, volleyball, table tennis and cycling in weekend sports

Good evening I’m James Adderly and this is sports. Since it’s mandated that Belize must present a U-17 football team in UNCAF’s 2013 female competition, Belize has been paired with [...]