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Benque man is mauled by a crocodile; search party combs the area for the reptile

More details are available tonight on how a crocodile mauled a resident at a pond at Green Estates in the Lord’s Bank area on Monday afternoon. It is a rare [...]

5 year old schoolboy is crushed to death by a forklift in Spanish Lookout

There is another tragic story to report tonight. A five year old boy, Kenton Kerr Neilson, was crushed to death when a forklift ran over him. The incident happened early [...]

$29 Million in marijuana goes up in flames by the B.D.F. and U.S. forces

Twenty-nine million dollars….that’s the value of marijuana that went up in smoke last month. While the destruction of the marijuana happened since then, it is only now that it is [...]

Squatters say Minister King promised them title to the land, but he says not so

Tonight, the fate of squatters along Lake Independence Boulevard remains somewhat uncertain. The contractor has done all necessary to work around homes in his way, and residents maintain that they [...]

Should G.O.B. provide land to the squatters of Lake Independence Boulevard?

And tonight’s question is: Do you believe that government should provide land to the squatters of Lake Independence Boulevard? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 [...]

Justin Lemott is arraignment for the stabbing murder of Hattieville minor

Richard Waight Sr., Father of Murder Victim [File: April 7th, 2014] “The last conversation I had with my son dah fi know how much pain ih deh ina. The last [...]

Mayor Darrell Bradley’s political future

  Where his political future is concerned, Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley has been dodging the question of late. Months ago, he announced his intention to throw his hat into [...]

Illegal harvesting of rosewood on the surge

The Forestry Department has announced that it will soon be conducting a sweep of the Stann Creek District in an effort to halt illegal harvesting of precious rosewood. The operation [...]

An update on infrastructure works in Belize City

As we told you earlier, Mayor Darrell Bradley was a guest on OYE this morning. He’s been in the news a lot lately, primarily due to recurring litigation with sanitation [...]

Temperatures on the rise between SATIIM and U.S. Capital

Temperatures are on the rise between SATIIM and U.S. Capital. Last Thursday, the Mayan community, led by SATIIM’s Executive Director Greg Ch’oc, won another major legal victory in the Supreme [...]

2 contractors appear in court for immigration offenses

  Two contractors, a Belizean and a Salvadoran with permanent residency in Belize, were before the court on separate charges for employing persons not in possession of a valid temporary [...]

Mayor says CitCo’s debt is staggering

If Mayor Darrell Bradley has seemed a little frazzled lately, it’s because he is. On one hand, there has been massive works done in the city – that can’t be [...]

Norwegian Cruise Line crew member killed during a robbery in Roatan

On Monday, a crew member employed by Norwegian Cruise Line was shot and killed during a robbery on the bay island of Roatan, Honduras.  The man, of Filipino descent, was [...]

Coastal Zone Management concerned about controversial offshore developments

The Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute held a two-day workshop this week. It discussed controversial offshore developments such as the multimillion dollar project by Norwegian Cruise Lines on Harvest [...]

Marine biodiversity offset – a concept to promote sustainable development

Marine Biodiversity Offsets… it is a concept that when put into principle is to be used as a tool for the private sector and the government to work together to [...]

Biodiversity offset gives private sector an opportunity to be creative

Day-two of the workshop targeted the private sector on how the concept of biodiversity offsets can help the economic status of the country and alleviate poverty; specifically for those living [...]