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Doehms Back in Court on Child Cruelty Charge; D.P.P. Spars with Defense

David and Anke Doehm were escorted to the Magistrate Court in Belize this afternoon for arraignment. The American couple has been under investigation since last week after their adopted daughter [...]

Adoptive Father of Cannon Siblings in Belize and Working with Authorities

As we told you on Wednesday, David Doehm is not the adoptive father of the Faye Lin and her three siblings. In court today it was revealed that David Cannon, [...]

Chief Prosecutor Praises Police for Work on Faye Lin Cannon Case

According to the Director of Public Prosecution, Cheryl-Lynn Vidal, this case has been one in which the police department has worked hand-in-hand with her office. Vidal says that while murder [...]

Cayo Resident Hammon Lemoth Dies; Shooting is Now a Murder

Fifty-one days after he was shot on the head in the city, Hammond Lemoth succumbed this morning, just after eleven o’clock. Lemoth was inside a barber shop on Central American [...]

City Man Questioned in Murder of Julian Tun

San Pedro police are tonight questioning a Belize City man in connection with the shooting death of sixteen year old Julian Tun. We understand that he was picked up in [...]

The Harrowing, But Triumphant Story of Teen Rescued from Human Traffickers

Tonight there is a disturbing report from the north about a Belizean teenager rescued from the clutches of human traffickers in Chetumal, Mexico. It comes on the heels of the [...]

Help Needed to Demolish Historic Pallotti Convent

Established in 1955, the Pallotine Convent on Princess Margaret Drive in Belize City has served generations of the Catholic order, which in addition to running Pallotti High School does missionary [...]

What is Status of F.F.B. Finances?

The failed F.F.B. Congress, which ought to have taken place on the weekend of June twenty-fourth, has instead left in its wake serious unfinished business.  While executives and members of [...]

Orange Walk Farmer Hit by Break-In at Farm

An elderly farmer has been robbed of an assortment of items worth more than forty thousand dollars. Eighty-one-year-old Douglas Own Fox resides in San Estevan, Orange Walk District but his [...]

Heredia Questions ‘Natural Justice’ at Senate Hearing

Tonight we have more from Wednesday’s public hearing of the Senate Special Select Committee starting with Minister of Tourism and Belize Rural South area representative Manuel Heredia Junior. In the [...]

Checks and Balances Needed to Fix Immigration Service for San Pedro

Heredia also conceded during his testimony that he did not have specific authority to transfer packages from the Immigration Department’s main office in Belmopan to its sub-office in San Pedro [...]

Montero Says Office Workers Behind Nationality Requests

On Wednesday, Minister Rene Montero strongly denied involvement with the Harmouche family in terms of assisting to get their nationality. According to him, he only intervened once in the documented [...]

Camp for Athletes Living with Intellectual Disabilities Organized by Special Olympics

Schools across the country have now closed; it means that it is the beginning of summer camps. Earlier today, we stopped by a unique camp for athletes living with intellectual [...]

Travel Visa-Free to Taiwan

According to Taiwan News, a media outlet in Taiwan, citizens from a number of Caribbean countries, including Belize, are now able to enjoy visa-free travel to Taiwan. It is reported [...]

Yertle the Turtle Contributes to Tracking of Endangered Species

For a few years now turtles are being tagged to track their movements to find out their migration patterns and other valuable information to assist in research and management. A [...]

JP’s Donate to K.H.M.H.

This afternoon, the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital received a generous donation of medical scrubs.  The surgical attire was gifted to the hospital authority by the Justices of the Peace and [...]

Top Public Hospital Welcomes Contributions

According to Director of Health Services, Doctor Marvin Manzanero, the contribution speaks to the relationship between the Ministry of Health, the K.H.M.H. and the public.   Dr. Marvin Manzanero, Director [...]

Fundraiser Saturday for New Domestic Violence Shelter in San Pedro

A local organization in San Pedro called Raise Me Up is asking the public for help to get a shelter completed. The shelter called Hope Haven will serve as a [...]

Healthy Living: Nurses, Take Care of Yourselves

It’s a profession that is well-known for its difficult shifts and long hours.  Nurses provide around the clock care to patients. While they are one of the experts in providing [...]