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Senate Committee will release S.S.B. report Tues.

A long journey that began over two and a half years ago is almost over. According to a release from the National Assembly, on Tuesday the report of the Special [...]

W. Hwy. accident leaves driver dead

Police say wet road conditions may have contributed to a fatal traffic accident last night on the Western Highway. Sometime around ten, thirty-three year old Anthony Espat and twenty-nine year [...]

Mother charged in baby abandonment

Police investigation and community support was what led police to the home of the young mother who left her newborn on the doorsteps of another resident’s home in Roaring Creek [...]

Belmopan cops looking for suspect

Tonight Belmopan police need your help in finding a suspect they say not only set his dogs after two of their own but tried to run over one of the [...]

Convicted policeman has fine increased on appeal

The Belize Court of Appeal has decided the case of police officer Sherwood Wade. Wade, convicted in the Supreme Court of manslaughter by negligence in the 2003 killing of Darnell [...]

Mothers will march against crime and violence

Two weeks ago a group of young people organised a well attended walk against crime in Belize City. On Sunday an even bigger crowd is expected to assemble for another [...]

Graduation of cadets is cause for hope

It’s an event we’ve covered many times in the past and will hopefully report well into the future: a small story of success in an area where failure all too [...]

Hyde says P.U.P. must unite, return to roots

Minister of Defence, Youth and Sports, Cordel Hyde, was an enthusiastic guest at today’s ceremony … but he is less certain when it comes to his government’s future direction. According [...]

AIDS commission chair says B.D.F. HIV testing is wrong

The National AIDS Commission has fired off a press release responding to remarks made on Tuesday’s newscast by B.D.F. Medical Officer Doctor Irvin Gabourel defending the practice of mandatory HIV [...]

KTV champ is the pride of Sittee River

It had already been delayed a day due to rain and last night’s KTV final still had to move indoors when the rains came down twenty minutes into the show. [...]