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Court injunction clears way for govt. housing construction

The political chest beating over who controls a narrow strip of prime property near the BelChina Bridge continued today but the venue of the battle shifted from the dusty roadside [...]

Teachers protest killing of Pio Coc

You generally only hear about teachers mobilizing when there is a wage dispute, but today teachers and staff of the Belize Teachers’ Training College and members of the Belize National [...]

Suspect charged in taxi driver murder

A week after the murder of taxi driver Mariano Gomez in San Ignacio, Cayo police have charged a Guatemalan with the killing. Gomez’s son told police a Hispanic man hired [...]

One charged for Talbert Lamb beating death

A man who turned himself into police following the beating and subsequent death of Talbert Lamb earlier this week was charged with murder today. Virgil Batty went to police on [...]

Accident on Newtown Barracks leaves one injured

A man carrying a computer was hit by a car this morning as he crossed Newtown Barracks in front of the Sandlighter’s Promenade. Francis Wagner of Independence was on his [...]

B.T.L. says fiber optic cable system has backup system

In previous newscasts, we highlighted the problems Trinidad and Tobago has been having with sabotaged fiber optic cables. The cuts to the cable affected their airline computers, communication with the [...]

Dead babies at K.H.M.H. leads to doctor’s suspension

Lack of resources is often blamed for the state of Belize’s health care system. But sometimes people die not because of a lack of equipment or staff, but because the [...]