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GSU Boss Mark Flowers Under Fire From Wilson Street Women

  Mark Flowers, the Head of the Gang Suppression Unit, made the headlines recently when he made public comments against the two-term former Prime Minister Said Musa, who at a [...]

Is Sunset Cove Subdivision in San Pedro Manny Heredia’s Idea?

In Monday’s newscast, we showed you an innovative new underwater subdivision planned in north Ambergris Caye. It’s allegedly the brainchild of Area Representative, Manuel Heredia, and the San Pedro Town [...]

Belize Designated as Part of U.S. Drug Transit Route

Allegations of securities fraud and money laundering, in recent days placed Belize on the international headlines. Tonight, the issue of drug trafficking is attracting negative attention for the country. On [...]

FirstCaribbean’s Dangriga Branch Manager Reassigned

Former employee of CIBC First Caribbean International Bank, Uwahnie Martinez broke the silence surrounding her plight at the Dangriga branch last Tuesday, following her resignation from the institution.  According to [...]

Coalition of Garifuna Organizations Chart Way Forward

According to Swaso, the ordeal has galvanized the wider Garifuna community. Efforts are currently underway to explore all avenues pertaining to the matter, including legal options in light of what [...]

Should Minister of Education be removed from office because of recent allegations?

And tonight question is: Do you believe the Minister of Education should be removed from office because of the recent allegations made by his staffer? Send your comments and responses [...]

McKesson Garrett Succumbs to Injuries Following Vicious Dog Attack

Seventy-two year old McKesson Garrett was hospitalized since July nineteenth after he was attacked by four vicious Rottweilers. Garnett went to visit his friend, Leroy Woods, who lives at mile [...]

Police Recover Murder Weapon in Near-decapitation of Guatemalan National

On Sunday morning, the life of a Guatemalan national was callously taken a stone’s throw from where he lived in the Duck Run Three Area of Spanish Lookout, Cayo District. [...]

$3000 in Contraband Alcohol Seized in the West

On Friday’s newscast we reported about a bust of contraband goods in Bullet Tree Area.  Members of the Crimes Investigation Branch and the Special Branch of the San Ignacio Police [...]

Champagne Paris Accused of Stealing Female Items in Independence

  In early July, nineteen-year-old Perfilio Rodriguez spent two nights on remand at the Belize Central Prison after being charged for aggravated assault. Rodriguez, also known as Vanessa Champagne Paris, [...]

San Pedro Mayor Requests Additional Police Following Spike in Crime on the Island

There have been seven murders so far this year in San Pedro, the destination which accounts for a significant portion of the nation’s tourism revenue. The year isn’t done yet. [...]

Saca Chispa Football Field Criticized by San Pedranos

Early this year, with much fanfare, ceremony and even fireworks, government opened the state of the art Water Taxi Terminal in San Pedro, one component of a six million dollar [...]

Health Minister Pablo Marin on Stolen Vehicles

Because of our volume of news on Monday, we didn’t carry the following two stories. First, we have a report on stolen vehicles from the Ministry of Health which has [...]

Improvements at Neonatal Intensive Care Unit One Year After Thirteen Babies Died

Very real and still vivid in the minds of many Belizeans is the deaths of seven babies inside the neonatal intensive care unit of the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital back [...]

International Day of Ozone Celebrated in Belize

International Day of Ozone is celebrated annually on September sixteen and this year it is being held under the theme, “Ozone Layer Protection: The Mission Goes On.” It’s not one [...]