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Krismar Espinosa charged for murder behind prison walls

On Wednesday leaders of rival Belize City gangs are expected to congregate for a make or break deal that could end the violence in the streets. The mood is very [...]

Eamon Courtenay denounces foreign minister’s statement

The term artificial was used in December by Foreign Minister Wilfred “Sedi” Elrington to describe our borders with Guatemala. The public condemnation was fierce and the minister turned to the [...]

Survivor pleads to have remaining grenades removed from streets

The city is still reeling from the recent grenade that detonated on Kraal Road. One man, Lusby Martinez, has been charged with the murder of fourteen year old Rudolph Flowers, [...]

Amendment to labour law proposed for increased severance pay

People who become unemployed after ten consecutive years on the job with the same employer may be entitled to double the money in severance pay. That’s the good news, the [...]

Senator says referendum could be years away

Earlier in the newscast, Senator Eamon Courtenay, was critical about the use of the word artificial to describe the borders with Guatemala. When he appeared this morning on Open Your [...]

Customs officers to stand trial for missing container

Three customs officers have been committed to stand trial in the Supreme Court for Forgery. Aruny Perez, Carl Augustine and Michael McKenzie are charged in connection with a container of [...]

Police corporal charged for wounding couple

A police corporal has been charged with seven criminal offences for allegedly beating up a couple. Thirty-two year old Mark August of the Queen Street Patrol branch is charged Wounding [...]

Oldest Belizean is a Crooked Tree resident

James Rhaburn of Crooked Tree Village turned one hundred and five just before the close of 2009. And having celebrated his birthday on December thirty-first, Rhaburn is believed to be [...]

Cashier brings in the New Year with employer’s cash

A cashier at the Caye Caulker branch of Bowen and Bowen Company Limited is in big trouble tonight after he admitted to using company money for personal business. The manager [...]

B.D.F. volunteer fighting for life after accident

A brave B.D.F. volunteer from Roaring Creek Village is hospitalized tonight and is hoping to beat the odds. Nineteen year old Ramon Cadle broke his neck and fractured his spinal [...]