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5 yr. old near death after highway knockdown

Early this afternoon the combination of a roving child, smooth highway and fast moving taxi sent a little girl from Hattieville to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital with injuries that [...]

Suspect detained in preschool theft

There is good news to report tonight in the case of the burglary of the Port Loyola preschool. Principal of the school, Gwendolyn Jones, stopped by our studios this afternoon [...]

Home of Collet representative burglarised

While the preschool theft has apparently been solved, police are tonight hot on the trail of the thieves who broke into the Gill Street home of Collet Area Representative Patrick [...]

Cash for Guns called a success

After three weeks of operation, officials of the Cash for Information programme have reported solid success. Twenty-two guns have been seized as a result of phone tips and nineteen persons [...]

No progress yet in O.W. murder investigation

Orange Walk police are no closer to solving the weekend murder of eighteen-year-old Russel Tillett. An autopsy performed on Thursday has yielded little in the way of help for investigators. [...]

Chamber offers reward in merchant’s murder

In an update to another recent murder, the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry, through its anti-crime fund, is offering a two thousand dollar reward for information leading to the [...]

Habitat for Humanity makes another dream come true

It’s a housing programme that works: not only in Belize, but all over the world. I’m talking about Habitat for Humanity…and while the Habitat habit has yet to catch fire [...]

Govt. seeks organisation of taxi business

When the meeting opened it was not known that before the day was out a taxi driver would knock down a little girl in Hattieville. But the tragedy on the [...]

Minister: W.T.O. decisions crucial to Belize

It’s a global organization but its decisions have direct impact on even the smallest communities in the most remote corners of the world. But the average citizen–and this includes most [...]