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UB teachers and students march in defiance of wage freeze

The heat associated with the capital today was not only emanating from the high temperatures, but also from the University of Belize. During break, students, faculty and staff converged at [...]

Questions still surround death of prisoner inside cell

The death of a prison inmate at the Hattieville Prison is still under investigation tonight but it appears it may be a case of murder. Initial reports were that Alfonso [...]

Another home invasion, this time in Belize City

It is getting apparent that burglars are getting more abrasive and their new trend is to invade while the victims are still inside. In Tuesday’s newscast we reported on a [...]

B.T.L. employees were negotiating for trustee before takeover

On Friday the B.T.L. Employees Trust launched a constitutional motion challenging the expropriation of Telemedia. The Employees Trust held twenty-two percent shares in Telemedia prior to the nationalization of the [...]

Jamal “Shyne” Barrow’s fate still on hold

Shyne, the rapper and son of Belize’s Prime Minister Dean Barrow is still incarcerated tonight in the United States. The rap artist who was born Jamal Barrow, served nine years [...]

Police constable wins carnal knowledge appeal case

In the court blotter, Police Constable Juan Pop was convicted on March third of the Carnal Knowledge of a thirteen year old girl. Pop was facing a twelve year sentence [...]

Gunman fires at cop and Belize Defence Force soldiers

While that officer was happy his ordeal was over, another officer and two Belize Defence Soldiers had a close call at the barrel of an assailant’s gun. The alleged gunman, [...]

Arrest made for murder of Corozal teacher

One bit of good news that got lost in the voluminous number of court stories, is that Corozal police have made a major break in the case of Javier Castillo’s [...]

Caribbean Telecomm Roadshow makes pit stop in Belize

There is a Roadshow that is travelling throughout the Caribbean. It’s not an entertainment event for the family but a forum for stakeholders in the telecommunication industry. The Caribbean Telecommunications [...]

Belizean charged for Attempted Murder of UCLA student

The defense attorney for the Belizean who was charged Tuesday with the attempted murder of a fellow student of the University of California, Los Angeles spoke about the case today. [...]

Lifeline Foundation donates to three deserving schools

The students of St. John Vianney, St. Martin De Porres and Salvation Army primary schools are the latest beneficiaries of the Lifeline Foundation. Representatives from the three schools were presented [...]

Season two of Duets winners take home $10,000

Season two of Duets closed with a bang Tuesday night at the Bliss Centre. It was a fun packed show with energetic performances from the judges, the top three duos [...]