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Belize National Basketball Team loses appeal

We begin tonight’s newscast with a breaking news from Geneva and it’s not good news, certainly, it is not what was expected. Late this afternoon, a decision was handed down [...]

Prime Minister’s hip hop son “Shyne” released from prison

Another developing story is on New York rapper, Jamal Barrow, better known as Shyne, the son of Prime Minister Dean Barrow. Shyne was released from prison today after serving more [...]

Body found floating in Mopan River left for 24 hours

Turning to crime, Benque Viejo police have an unidentified man who was discovered floating in the Mopan River less than a mile from the western border. The Hispanic man was [...]

Man plunges to death at Vaca Dam

There is another death in Benque Viejo Town and it is classified as a case of sudden death. The victim is Guatemalan labourer, forty-nine year old Emilio Borrallos of Suchitan [...]

Alleged murderer caught in Mexico

And the man believed to be responsible for the murder of twenty-nine year old Karina Daniels of Corozal Town was caught on the other side of the northern border. And [...]

Justices issue statement on Bar Association controversy

Sitting justices hardly give interviews, almost never, nor is it customary that they issue press statements. That protocol was broken today, with a statement from the justices of the Supreme [...]

Taxi driver shot several times as he exited home

And this breaking news, a man is clinging to life after he was shot several times late this evening in front of his home on Cairo Street. The taxi driver, [...]

Belize drops on UNDP Human Development index

The Intelligence Economist Unit put Belize as murder capital number one while Transparency International gave Belize a black eye for corruption, placing the Jewel at the bottom of the scale [...]

Former councillor complains to deputy mayor about threat

Mark King, the former U.D.P. city councillor, made it to the media spotlight on Monday because he joined the picket line in front of City Hall. He was protesting the [...]

Children absent from school and join protest line

Two point seven million dollars is owed to Belize Maintenance Limited. Its employees have been demonstrating in front of City Hall for days on end and still there appears to [...]

Boom to Buttercup residents worried about mosquito infestation

We know about home invasions, but now there is a mosquito invasion that is causing an uproar in neighboring communities. According to residents, with the number of dengue cases on [...]

Over forty-three cases for October Supreme Court session

The October session of the Supreme Court kicked off this morning with over forty-three cases on the calendar. Only Justice Michelle Arana presiding in today’s session. One case that has [...]

Extradition case of Mark Seawell continues in court

Also in the courts, Mark Seawell’s extradition case came up for another round of arguments in the preliminary inquiry. Seawell’s attorney Elson Kaseke, however, made an application to refer the [...]

Barry Robinson robs Belize City nurse

And a parolee is facing the possibility losing his freedom and that’s because thirty-one year old Barry Robinson allegedly attacked and robbed a nurse on Monday night. Bernadine Grinage, the [...]