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Taiwanese basketball team arrives for two games

To get all you basketball fans out of that slump you’ve been feeling, the National Sports Council and the Taiwanese government have organized the first ever match-up between two Belizean [...]

Police win interoffice tournament

Their players might not be six feet tall but they played to win and win they did. The Police Department Eagles entered the interoffice basketball competition as the underdogs but [...]

Police officer charged with attempted murder

A San Ignacio police officer has been charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting at his superior. Around two a.m. on Sunday September twelfth, twenty-six year old Police Constable Denfield [...]

TACA warehouse broken into

In Belize City a security guard was stunned to learn that he was a little too late to stop a burglary from taking place at the TACA Airlines warehouse on [...]

Shooting victim denies knowing assailant

Today Trenton Green, the U.C.B. student who received a gunshot wound to his abdomen on Saturday, September eleventh denied he was acquainted with his assailant, Jerome Goff. Viewers may recall [...]

Three charged in P.G. burglary

And finally, police report that they have charged three in connection with a burglary at the home of Davidas Sukhlani in Punta Gorda over the holiday weekend. Estuardo Castellanos, seventeen, [...]

Dell and the Sensations win song contest

In celebrations news, Dell and the Sensations won first place in the National Song Contest at the City Centre on Tuesday night. Their winning entry was “Raise the Belizean Flag”. [...]

Softball coaches enter International Hall of Fame

While Belizeans and Taiwanese living in Belize will be watching basketball this week, softball fans also have something to cheer about with two Belizeans inducted into the International Softball Federation’s [...]

B.T.L. assists with pre-school construction

Earlier this month a preschool opened in the Port Loyola Division thanks to the Beautiful Beginnings Committee of Jane Usher Boulevard. The Black Orchid Preschool is not yet completed and [...]

Study hopes to ease impact of Belize River flooding

Over the past several months, a flood mapping exercise was carried out as part of a Caribbean Disaster Mitigation Project. The assessment, which attempts to simulate how the Belize River [...]

Culture Village features food, entertainment

It took a while for the fire hearth to get going, but today visitors to the Culture Village at the Bliss Institute got a chance to sample a variety of [...]