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Supreme Court rules in favour of former Social Security Chief

Late this evening Narda Garcia, the former chief of the Social Security Board, scored victory in the Supreme Court in a long drawn out case that began in 2006 when [...]

Forecasters predict another tropical wave heading our way

On Tuesday night residents in southern Belize prepared for a tropical wave which was expected to cause a rise in the already flooded rivers in the south. But tonight word [...]

Forestry Officer receives prestigious Commonwealth scholarship

For the second year in a row, a Belizean has won a Commonwealth Scholarship. This year’s recipient is Percival Cho. Twenty-eight year old Cho is currently a Forest Officer at [...]

Father faces charges for incest of teen daughter

Cases of incest do not appear often on the newscast, but tonight there is an appalling allegation coming out of the Stann Creek District. A fifteen year old girl, accompanied [...]

Robber takes cash but abandons vehicle and valuables

A Belize City woman got more than just a hairstyle when she was robbed at gunpoint at a beauty salon. The incident occurred around ten-twenty on Tuesday morning in front [...]

Police statistics cites Belize City as country’s murder capital

Incest and robberies are crimes that have long plagued the Belizean community and no one is immune but new police statistics show that it will take more than just the [...]

Symposium looks at complexities of the Mayas

The Institute of Archaeology has as its motto, “Preserving the Past for the Future” and to make good on that intention, today it opened its sixth Belize Archaeology Symposium. News [...]