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Another city murder claims life of youth

Politics, corruption and missing money may be foremost on the nation’s consciousness these last few weeks, but if the epidemic of senseless homicides now gripping the nation is allowed to [...]

Toledo teacher charged with carnal knowledge of student

Punta Gorda police have arrested and charged a teacher for engaging in sex with a student. A thirteen year old girl from Dolores village has accused twenty-two year old Marcos [...]

H.I.V. positive rapist sentenced to 18 years

One rapist who cannot even pretend to be innocent was today sentenced for his crime. Mark Cardinez, convicted two weeks ago of rape in the Supreme Court, will spend the [...]

$10,000 reward offered for info on murder suspect

A ten thousand dollar reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest of Gregory Casildo. Casildo is wanted for the February fourteenth murder of Shannon “Shaggy” Henderson and [...]

More questions than answers in U.H.S. scandal

When we last visited the case of the missing money there was a standoff between the governor of the Central Bank—who told the Belize Bank, under threat of criminal sanctions, [...]

P.U.P. secretariat refutes Espat’s parting shot

And speaking of political effect, you’d think the Peoples’ United Party would be happy that Mark Espat dropped out of the race for leader, setting the stage for the happy [...]

Crooked Tree will host Tilapia Fest

Crooked Tree, a village best known for its cashew and increasingly for its fishing, is this Easter weekend staging the second of its kind Tilapia Festival. Village Chairman George Guest [...]

Lecture features role of women in trade unions

As part of its sixtieth anniversary celebration, the University of the West Indies School of Continuing Studies, in conjunction with the Hugh Shearer Institute, this morning held a lecture in [...]

U.W.I. creates “open campus”

Belizeans now have greater access to tertiary level education without leaving home … thanks to a virtual campus established by the University of the West Indies. This fourth campus joins [...]

Pre-schoolers take over the stage at Bliss

It was a hit last week at the Bliss and tonight courtesy of the National Institute of Culture and History, we’ll let viewer savour what parents and family friends got [...]