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Declaration signed at summit in Port of Spain

After years of preparations and negotiations, the Fifth Summit of the Americas, concluded in Port of Spain, Trinidad with a consensus document adopted in an atmosphere of cooperation that had [...]

President Obama pledges $30 million to combat drug-trafficking

Even before the summit, the Obama administration announced a lifting of restrictions on Cuban American visits to Cuba and the amount of remittances by family members to the island. Before [...]

Trinidad shows another side during Summit

We reported earlier in the newscast on the Summit declaration. And while it was a serious and enlightening experience for all who attended, it was not all business and some [...]

Fuel prices at the pump go up once again

If you have been to the gas stations you would have felt another pinch in your pocket with the second increase in the price of fuel at the pump for [...]

SATIIM angry over seismic testing in national park

There are harsh words coming tonight from the Sarstoon Temash Institute for Indigenous Management. It is over a decision by the Forest Department to grant permission to U.S. Capital Energy, [...]

Belmopan businesswoman disappears

There are a few homicides that Belmopan Police have been unable to solve, including the March thirteenth murder of twelve year old Saida Noemi Godoy Veliz of Frank’s Eddy Village [...]

Special constable remains prime suspect in child’s murder

While they have not yet made any major breakthroughs in the murder of little Saida Noemi Godoy Veliz, Belmopan police are one step closer to solving that puzzle. Today News [...]

Electrician charged for knocking down wife

In court news, an electrician who allegedly knocked down his wife won’t go home to her tonight. Fifty-four year old Rudolph Dawson, also known as “Acid”, was charged today with [...]

Construction worker charged with carnal knowledge

A Burrell Boom construction worker is behind bars tonight on charges of Unlawful Carnal Knowledge and Grievous Harm. Thirty-four year old Secundino Cho was accused of having sex with a [...]

Suspect charged in King’s Music robbery

Also in court today, twenty-eight year old Chadrick Chatam was charged for holding up King’s Music last Friday night. Chatam pleaded not guilty but could not be offered bail and [...]

Tourism stakeholders unhappy with new bus regulation

We reported April first that Cabinet had approved regulatory measures for tourism buses coming in from Mexico and Guatemala. The regulations came into effect today and are already presenting new [...]

Audubon holds 40th A.G.M at Cockscomb

The fortieth Annual General Meeting of the Belize Audubon Society was held this past Saturday at the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary. Two hundred members from across the country attended and [...]

James Adderly has the weekend in sport

Good evening, I’m James Adderley, welcoming you to this week’s serving of Sports Monday. The 2009 Belize Premier Football League competition kicked off over the weekend with five matches nationwide. [...]