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Cruise ship passenger goes missing on snorkel trip

For the third time in less than four weeks, officials are engaged in a search and rescue mission at sea. Details remain sketchy, but tonight we understand a tourist who [...]

P.U.C. says B.E.L. can apply for higher rates

The B.E.L. bombshell of yet another hike in rates seems to have caught everyone by surprise… everyone except the folks at the Public Utilities Commission. According to chairman Dr. Gilly [...]

Bank to buy out Novelo?s from D.F.C.?

In light of the most recent chapters of the bus wars, the brutal reality of the importance of the country’s transport system is now at the forefront of the government’s [...]

Convicted soldier turns himself in to authorities

A B.D.F. solider sentenced this week in absentia for ammunition offences has turned himself in to authorities. Former Belize Defence Force soldier, thirty-seven year old Eloy Hemmans was thought to [...]

Teenager charged in Belize City beat down

A teenager has been arrested and charged following a beat-down in Belize City that sent another youth to the hospital. Seventeen year old Miguel Angel Chacon, is described by police [...]

Police award Cayo crime committee for hard work

With one allegation of police brutality after the next and perceived corruption throughout the ranks, the Belize Police Department has had a tough time establishing and maintaining good community relations, [...]

Anglican Diocese prepares for Bishop consecration

Tonight preparations continue in earnest for the official consecration of Reverend Canon Philip Wright as Bishop for the Anglican diocese of Belize. Presiding over the ceremony will be Archbishop of [...]

Local doctors and nurses learn advanced CPR for kids

Medical care in Belize has undergone tremendous transformation, but as we found out this afternoon, some of the doctors and nurses in the country are continuously striving to improve their [...]

Students celebrate November 19th with music and dance

Across the country tonight, Garinagu, and the Garifuna at heart, are preparing to mark this year’s Settlement Day with dance, music, food, and tradition. Here in the city, some of [...]

Titles issued in new computerised land certificate system

As anyone who has had to endure the painful process that is a trip to the land?s office in Belmopan will tell you, any improvement in the system is greatly [...]