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Police have leads but Blake’s killers still at large

Police have confirmed that they have impounded a white vehicle with a Texas license plate they believe may have been used in the murder of Therese Blake Ayuso. A total [...]

Two police officers removed from force

In other crime news this week’s Reporter newspaper has confirmed that two high profile police officers have been discharged from the force. Assistant Inspector Eli Salazar and Cardinal Smith lost [...]

UK and SSB contribute to Keith relief

In news of hurricane relief a number of new donors have come forward to offer emergency aid in the wake of Hurricane Keith. On October tenth, Britain’s Department for International [...]

Estimates of sugar damage rise

Preliminary estimates of damage to the sugar industry have been revised upward. The Ministry of Agriculture, following surveys by the Sugar Board, reports that losses are in the vicinity of [...]

Tourism moves south in wake of Keith

While losses in agriculture continue to mount, the hard hit tourism industry is working feverishly to minimize its losses. Director of Tourism Tracy Taegar tells News Five that while San [...]

Princess feeds hurricane victims

While life in Belize City is largely back to normal following Hurricane Keith, there are a number of people whose homes were destroyed or damaged to the point that they [...]

Residents knew lot was his, says landowner

On Thursday we told the story of three families in Ladyville who were evicted from their homes in a dispute over land. Today the landowners who successfully had them put [...]

Vitamin supplement programme inaugurated

You may have seen the public service announcements extolling the virtues of eating foods rich in vitamins and minerals. But beyond the hype, evidence continues to mount that childhood nutrition [...]