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Cop accused of scamming 19,000 gallons of fuel

We are always hearing stories of how the police can’t respond to emergency calls because there’s no fuel for their vehicles. Now we know why. Police constable Leroy Kerr, the [...]

Suspect arrested in Bliss burglary

Belize City police say they are still trying to find out how twenty-eight year old Lyjon Franklin may have broken into the Bliss Centre for the Performing Arts, but that [...]

Convicted murderer sentenced to life

A convicted murderer has been sentenced to spend the rest of his life behind bars. On May thirtieth, a jury found twenty-four year old Wayne Martinez guilty of the stabbing [...]

CITCO will not renew B.W.C. garbage contract

With the long delayed construction of a new access road to the dump on the Western Highway it appeared that Belize City’s garbage problems were–if not solved–at least eased. But [...]

Inaugural Delta flight arrives Sunday from L.A.

Starting this weekend, Belizeans will have the opportunity to travel non-stop to one of their favourite destinations abroad … although they’ll have to wake up early to make the flight. [...]

Consumes should report extra credit card fees

Last week on this newscast we alerted holders of Visa cards that the charges on their foreign purchases were being inflated by one percent and that every U.S. dollar they [...]

Palacio and Duran win coveted music award

Two Belizean artists have been selected to receive prestigious awards by the World Music Expo, WOMEX. Andy Palacio and Ivan Duran will be officially honoured during a ceremony scheduled to [...]

Conservationists seek to quantify reef’s economic value

It’s Reef Week in Belize and institutions and activists from home and abroad are focussing on our marine attractions even more than usual. Today an impressive group of over fifty [...]

Excelsior seeks to reverse decline

The word means “higher” in Latin, but the secondary school called Excelsior has never quite lived up to its name. Reputations are not etched in stone, however, and as News [...]