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Tropical Depression Ida inches closer to Belize

The hurricane season is winding down but this weekend, in southern Belize residents are bracing for heavy rains and flooding from Tropical Storm Ida that hit Nicaragua and Honduras and [...]

NEMO preparing for potential floods

As we said earlier, the tropical depression does not pose much threat of making direct landfall over Belize. In fact, the projected path of the weather system has it taking [...]

Shyne “moving on up to a deluxe apartment in the sky”

Moses Michael Leviy AKA “Shyne” has a new home. And when we checked at Renaissance Towers today, packers were moving the personal effects of businessman Luke Espat from the luxury [...]

Former CitCo Finance Director still in critical condition

Thursday morning Dwain Davis suffered a massive stroke and tonight he is still in critical condition in the Intensive Care Unit at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. Doctors diagnosed that [...]

BSI’s ten million dollar payment to cane farmers on hold

Heading north, it’s the time of year when cane farmers receive a second payment for cane deliveries or a bonus from the Belize Sugar Industries Limited (BSI). This year farmers [...]

Fine imposed on couple who concealed body of child

And a couple who concealed the body of their child was spared jail time today. More than five years ago, Therese Watlow, and her common-law husband, Michael Tesecum were arguing [...]

Thief sentenced to 22 years for Jenny’s robberies

The court also handed down a twenty-two year sentence today in a case of Robbery brought against a Belize City man. They say lightening never strikes the same place twice… [...]

Businessman swindled out of thousands of dollars

Police are looking for the man with sticky fingers who has left a Belize City businessman short of thousands of dollars. Murli Mahitani, owner of Delta Store, reported to police [...]

Sponsors of CODICADER athletes take center stage

The students who competed in the CODICADER games in Costa Rica were awarded earlier this week, and today the sponsors took the spotlight. The National Secondary School Sports Association (NSSSA) [...]

Safiyyah becomes a connoisseur of fine wines at Tinto y Blanco

Looking for something new to do? This week, Safiyyah discovered a brand new place that can easily and quickly become your favorite place to frequent and relax. Tinto y Blanco [...]