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Breaking News: Stabbing in Sand Hill

There is a report of a violent incident in Sand Hill Village on the Phillip Goldson Highway. The father of a young girl reportedly stabbed and threw acid on a [...]

CIBC First Caribbean is Sold to Heritage Bank

There is big financial news tonight. CIBC First Caribbean Bank which was hit by robbers last week today informed it’s management and staff that it was selling out it assets [...]

Did Residents of Culture Capital enact Vigilante Justice on Anwar Garbutt?

How far is too far for citizens to take matters in their own hands? Well, it is believed that they went too far in Dangriga this morning when a man [...]

P.U.P. Launches National Tour Amid Dissention Within the Grand Old Party

The deep internal rift in the People’s United Party has been dominating the headlines for weeks. But on Sunday, at least for a few hours, the chasm was not as [...]

Dan Silva Says G12 is Only Fighting to Make P.U.P. Better…

Cayo Central Standard Bearer Dan Silva was the chief organizer of the first leg of the P.U.P. national tour in San Ignacio which was planned some time ago, even before [...]

…But How If They are Boycotting National Executive Meetings?

While Silva’s position is that they have a righteous cause for going against the status quo, Deputy Leader Julius Espat maintains that boycotting national executive meetings does nothing to bring [...]

Minor Drowns in Blue Creek Cave, Recovery Effort Underway

A recovery operation to retrieve the body of ten-year-old Jason Pau from the Ho’keb’ Ha Cave in Blue Creek Village remains open, following the disappearance of the minor on Friday [...]

Band of Thieves Arrested for Robbing First Caribbean Bank

As the CIBC First Caribbean Bank changes hands, five men have been charged in connection with the daring bank robbery this past Friday at the First Caribbean International Bank at [...]

Former Sugar City Mayor Guilty of Causing Death by Careless Conduct

A jury of five men and four women found former U.D.P. Orange Walk mayor, Ravell Gonzalez guilty of two counts of causing death by careless conduct. The thirty-seven year old [...]

Thirsty Thursday’s DJ Chris Charged for Beating Up Ex Brother-in-law

Also this morning, businessman Chris Rosado, the owner of the popular Thirsty Thursday Restaurant and Bar located on Newtown Barracks, was found guilty of wounding his ex- brother-in-law, Sergio Quan. [...]

Anthony Obando Arraigned for Unlawful Sexual Intercourse with Underage Girlfriend

Tonight, there is another report of sexual abuse against a minor. A fifteen year old student in the Cayo area has confirmed to police of an ongoing illegal relationship with [...]

Former La Inmaculada General Manager Breaks Silence on Credit Union Debacle

Since her termination as general manager of the beleaguered La Inmaculada Credit Union on July twenty-seventh, erstwhile head of operations Yolanda Gomez has broken her silence on the issues that [...]

What’s the Status of Belize’s Tourism Industry?

To coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of tourism in San Pedro, the 2015 Tourism Industry Conference was held in the prime tourism destination. On Saturday, the Fido’s Courtyard was the [...]

Is B.T.B. on Sound Financial Footing?

Karen Bevans has been with the B.T.B. for the past sixteen months, following her departure from Belize Telemedia Limited as Chief Operations Officer. She was brought in after the resignation [...]

B.T.B. Awards Outstanding Tourism Stakeholders Big and Small

The National Tourism Awards was the highlight of the weekend out in San Pedro. Following the tourism industry conference at Fido’s courtyard, stakeholders in the industry were recognized at the [...]

Sports Monday with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   The national senior male football team continued its preparatory work for the 3rd round World Cup Qualifying series with [...]