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Cervantes Family Releases Shocking Recording

Tonight’s headline is one of the most incredible, disturbing and frightening we’ve carried. It contains an allegation that very senior persons put out a hit on an Orange Walk resident. [...]

Ramon Cervantes Jr. Was Allegedly the Target

Today, it was a very sombre gathering which listened to that explosive recording released by the Cervantes family. The call came in on the night of October eighth. Vilma Cervantes [...]

P.U.P. Leader Shocked At Allegations

P.U.P. Party Leader Francis Fonseca was present at the memorial today to give support to the family. The release of the recording came as a surprise to him as well, [...]

Elisa Hunter Remains Critical At the K.H.M.H.

Traffic accident victim, Elisia Hunter remains in critical condition at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. This morning, she underwent surgery. Hunter was flung into the air on Tuesday morning when [...]

Parents Protest in St. Matthews

Things came to a head this morning in the village of Saint Matthews located on the George Price Highway. For days, the government school has been without some of its [...]

P.U.P. May Lose Another Area Representative

There are two stories coming out of Orange Walk tonight. The first is a serious allegation about who put a hit on Ramon Cervantes Senior. A recording has been broadcast [...]

Court of Appeal Reserves Judgment in Telemedia Case

The Court of Appeal has reserved judgment in the case against Great Belize Productions, formerly a subsidiary of Belize Telemedia Limited.  On August twenty-third, 2009, the day before B.T.L. was [...]

Pickwoad family land dispute under mediation

The case against the Ministry of Natural Resources, filed by Bernadette Pickwoad, resumed this morning in the chamber of Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin.  The suit follows a claim of wrongful [...]

2 foreign nationals acquitted of 2005 murder

A Salvadoran national and a Guatemalan teenager, who were both accused of the murder of U.S. national, Mary Jane Blondell in Indian Creek, Cayo in July 2005, are home free [...]

Rotary Club of Belize donates house to Belize City family

A Belize City family today received keys to a new home on Jane Usher Boulevard thanks to a donation from the Rotary Club of Belize.  The Thompson family has for [...]

Mexican Embassy holds trade mission to Belize

The Chetumal Chamber of Commerce, Service and Tourism in partnership with the Embassy of Mexico held a trade mission to Belize today where they aimed to identify potential buyers and [...]

Shooting victim, De’Zhaun Humes, recovers

Back on March fourteenth 2014, nineteen year old Jane Usher Boulevard resident, De’Zhaun Humes was gravely injured after he was shot five times to the body by an unknown gunman [...]

De’Zhaun Humes needs traveling expenses for surgery

A bullet lodged on Humes’ cervical spine has paralyzed him, but doctors from the U.S. are offering to remove the bullet for free. The estimated cost of the surgery is [...]