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Customs bust container with cash

There is another container that has turned up in Belize with suspicious cargo but it does not have to do with pseudoephedrine; this time it’s cold cash. And today Customs [...]

New plan launched to tackle crime

It’s been almost three weeks since we last reported a murder on this newscast … but that does little to erase the fact that there have been seventy-five homicides, since [...]

Grenade scare at Ready Call Center

At the same time that government was unveiling its national security plans at the Princess Hotel, not far away the staff at the Ready Call Centre was being evacuated after [...]

Cadbury chocolates safe in Belize

If you have been following the international news, you would know that there is a recall of Cadbury chocolates. The news reports say the recall is linked to the melamine [...]

Salvadoran gets 5 years for robbery of Minister of State

A Salvadoran who is illegally in Belize got five years today for the burglary of the home of the Minister of State, Michael “Hutchie” Hutchinson. On Tuesday September twenty-second, Hutchinson [...]

Fourteen year old is three months pregnant

There are reports from Roaring Creek Village that a fourteen year old is pregnant. This child reported to police today that she is three months pregnant and after having sexual [...]

Mexican press says drug submarines spotted in Belize

There are press reports that a submarine believed to be transporting drugs has been spotted in the waters of Mahahual, a coastal town located in the proximity of Chetumal that [...]

34 on U.D.P. ballot for councillors, 2 for mayor

It’s down to the wire – and its four days to the U.D.P. mayoral convention. There are thirty-four horses at the gate for Councillors and two mayoral candidates. And the [...]

Fifteen get scholarships for IT-VET

Fifteen students, primarily from the Belize and Stann Creek Districts, today received scholarships from the Department of the Environment to take up technical training in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning. The [...]

Int’l Day of Older Persons celebrated with parade

Senior Citizen’s Week commenced on Sunday with prayers worldwide but there was a special event today that caught our attention on Albert Street that was planned to draw attention to [...]

Cancer Center opens in Dangriga

For many Belizeans diagnosed with cancer, there is good news to report tonight and that’s because there is a development in the fight against cancer here at home. According to [...]