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Thousands feared dead in Haiti; families pray for hope

The devastation caused by an earthquake measuring seven point zero on the Richter scale, that rocked the island of Hispaniola on Monday continues to unfold. The picture that is emerging [...]

Opposition in solidarity with Haitians; GOB monitoring situation

As far as we have been able to ascertain, no Belizeans have been injured in the earthquake and communication with the honorary consular representative in Haiti could not be established [...]

Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Assn says farmers are losing millions

Two industries, the source of major foreign exchange earnings, are experiencing setbacks; that’s the citrus industry in the south and the sugar industry in the north. Caneros are irate over [...]

City Councillor plans to fix garbage problems in the city

City hall announced on Tuesday that it will be doing something about the Belize City streets. There’s another problem that the city is now attempting to cope with… garbage. There [...]

Five men freed of murder charge after a year without evidence

Five men charged with a sensational murder at La Isla Bonita are free tonight after the charges against them were withdrawn earlier today in the San Pedro. The men were [...]

Marsha Gabourel stabs spouse on arm and buttocks

But a mother of a four-month old baby will spend at least two days behind bars until police can get a better prognosis on the health of her common-law-husband. Twenty-three [...]

Police recover fly-off lever from Caesar Ridge Road grenade

It is believed that the grenade blast early Monday morning was aimed at Andre Trapp, who resides on Caesar Ridge Road. Police are of the view that the grenade was [...]

Police monitoring individuals for missing B.D.F. M4 rifle

And in respect of an M4 Carbine Rifle that has been stolen from the B.D.F., police still have very little to go by in their investigations. They did, however, say [...]

Rogue C.P.B.L. directors give their side of the story on OYE…

Earlier in the newscast, we reported on the setbacks in the sugar industry due to slow cane deliveries. But in the south, the major bone of contention in the Citrus [...]

…And are in the process of forming a news citrus association

According to the CPBL representatives, a new association is in the making, which they think is the way forward out of the current impasse. Ernest Raymond says that a number [...]

Ghanaian national wins $60,000 lotto

A Ghanaian national left the Tropical Gaming office on Queen Street with a big smile and an even bigger cheque. Morise Jackson, an Assistant Manager at the Princess Hotel and [...]

Regional news program to be back on air soon

And our regular programming has been interrupted in the past few days by the absence of the CMC’s Caribbean Newsline due to technical problems associated with their satellite provider. We [...]