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Belize Bank Turks & Caicos taking B.T.L. to court

The Government of Belize issued a press release on Wednesday claiming that the recently nationalized Belize Telemedia Limited is not in default of its loan obligations. The release was sent [...]

Smart says B.T.L. is abusive but 90,000 will get intl service

Telephone users, ninety thousand of them who are subscribers of SMART may find that from early this morning they can’t make international phone calls. That’s because Belize Telemedia Limited has [...]

Paranda legend Paul Nabor hospitalized

One of Belize’s musical legends remains hospitalized tonight after he fell ill earlier this week. Parandero, Paul Nabor, has graced the stage many times, both on the local front and [...]

Cop chopped on the hand in Dangriga

A police officer attached to the Dangriga precinct is tonight admitted in the medical ward at the K.H.M.H. recovering from a cut wound to his hand. Constable Santiago Ciau Junior [...]

Belmopan resident shot in local bar

Belmopan police are investigating a shooting incident on Wednesday that has left yet another man admitted to ward at the K.H.M.H. According to Justin Stuart, around eleven-fifteen p.m. he was [...]

Venus Photo Lab targeted in armed robbery

The “no entry sign” at the corner of Bishop Street and East Collet Canal did not stop robbers from forcibly entering Venus Photo Lab late this afternoon. The owners are [...]

Ramon Gonzalez charged for accident that killed his friend

A man from the Corozal District has been charged with several traffic offences after a road mishap earlier this week ended in the death of his friend. Fifty six year [...]

Inmate freed of murder after two years behind bars

After spending more than two years behind bars awaiting his trial, a man is with his family tonight after a jury found him not guilty of Murder. Eric Castillo was [...]

Domestic dispute leads to attempted murder charge

After almost a week of investigation, police today charged thirty-five year old Anthony Ferguson with attempted murder. Reports indicated that Ferguson stabbed his common-law wife, Pamela Cadle, in front of [...]

Belizean American author wins Shamus Award

A Belizean-American author, Ian Vasquez, recently won a prestigious U.S. award for one of his works. Vasquez who works as a copy editor for the St. Petersburg Times in Florida [...]

Liberty home for kids finding ways to survive

Back in June of this year, The Liberty Foundation in Ladyville faced certain closure rendering some forty-seven children, who have suffered other major setbacks in life, homeless. Fact is the [...]

Twentieth Anniversary of Children’s Rights Convention

Do you know what the acronym C.R.C. stands for? Ask your child or children. They may know it stands for Children’s Rights Convention. It’s the most universally accepted human rights [...]

Safiyyah has the latest in weekend entertainment activities

Hey I’m Safiyyah and this is What’s Happening Belize? This Friday night Sadie Vernon High School will be having their end of term All White Bash. This party will be [...]