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Police officer sentenced to 13 years behind bars

This morning, convicted killer, police constable Sheldon Arzu was sentenced to thirteen years behind bars. From the bench Justice Troadio Gonzalez told the defendant: “You say the police have to [...]

Charlton Castillo charged with murder in Dangriga death

Meanwhile in Dangriga, murder charges have been filed against twenty-one year old Charlton Castillo in connection with the stabbing death of Dave Nunez early Monday morning. Reports to News Five [...]

Security guard remanded on carnal knowledge charges

A Belize City security guard was formally arraigned on charges of carnal knowledge in connection with two separate incidents: one that is alleged to have occurred nine years ago and [...]

Police: arrest made in David Melendez shooting

On Monday we aired the story of an eight year old boy who was knockdown in Ladyville by a garbage truck. In that report, the boy’s father, David Melendez not [...]

Tax team begins countrywide G.S.T. education campaign

With the General Sales Tax set for implementation next April, this week tax officials are hitting the road on a countrywide forum to explain the ins and outs of the [...]

Simon Quan donates hoses/equipment to Fire Department

As a department, they often come under fire for not getting to the scene fast enough. But second on the list of complaints against the National Fire Service is faulty [...]

Oil company hands over 1st royalty cheque to G.O.B.

The silence out of Spanish Lookout has been deafening, but tonight Belize Natural Energy announced that not only has the second oil well been drilled and completed, they’ve also handed [...]

B.B.B./B.T.B. team up for arts and craft show

This week the Belize Business Bureau and the Belize Tourism Board have teamed up to hold the first annual Arts, Craft, and Wood Show at the House of Culture in [...]

San Pedro ladies unveil special fundraising calendar

You might have seen a movie recently called Calendar Girls. It was the true story of an English woman who convinced her friends to pose in a calendar to raise [...]

Tourism executives meet in Belize City on regional policy

Today officials of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Cooperatives, and the Belize Tourism Industry Association gathered in Belize City as part of an overview of the Mesoamerican Cruise Tourism [...]