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Miami judge says no contempt fine for Belize Government

We have only just received the judgement via email, but even a quick perusal indicates that today in Miami, Federal Judge Ursula Ungaro-Benages has finally closed the book on what [...]

Belmopan seeks bigger share of oil revenues

It may just be coincidence but following last week’s unprecedented budget briefing by the Financial Secretary and today’s petroleum presentation by the Ministry of Natural Resources, one gets the impression [...]

Bus driver killed in freak accident

A bus driver made a leap for safety but ended up dead after he landed on his head. The bizarre tragedy occurred around five on Monday evening on the Canada [...]

Supreme Court issues warrants for missing defendants

In the Supreme Court, Justice Adolph Lucas today issued warrants for five defendants. The five persons whom Lucas is seeking to arrest are Manolo Romero accused of arson, Leonardo Zacaria [...]

Burglar sentenced to seven years in prison.

A Belize City man has been sentenced to seven years in Hattieville Prison. Today twenty-seven year old Omar Nicholas appeared before Chief Magistrate Herbert Lord, where he was found guilty [...]

Cayo road accident victim succumbs to injuries

On last night’s newscast we reported on a young Cayo woman who was gravely injured in a traffic accident. Tonight we regret to announce that Marleni Montero has died. She [...]

Conference confronts key issues affecting youth

Youth at Risk: that’s the theme of a three-day Student Assistance Conference that began this morning at the House of Culture. National Kriol Council President and conference coordinator, Myrna Manzanares, [...]

New book proposes fresh look at development

With all the talk about the power of television, computers, and the internet you’d think that the printed word would be a thing of the past. Yet more Belizeans than [...]

Y.W.C.A. promotes AIDS education in barber?s chair

If you’ve seen the movie or t.v. spinoff called Barbershop, you know that a lot more goes on in that environment than just haircuts. And that’s exactly what leaders of [...]

Port Authority steps up safety enforcement

If you follow U.S. news you’re aware of the big controversy over who runs things at a number of major U.S. ports. The question revolves around security in an insecure [...]