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Peter Myvett murdered during second shooting incident

A Belize City youth was gunned down at ten minutes past twelve this afternoon.  He is believed to be the main prosecution witness in the case of the grenade that [...]

Banks Holdings from Barbados weighs in on the future of Citrus Industry

The Citrus Growers Association organized a massive protest against its subsidiary, Citrus Products of Belize Limited, on Tuesday. Whether or not the protestors were bona fide growers or employees is [...]

Witnesses in attempted murder case absent from trial

A jury of nine was selected and an Attempted Murder case against Brandon Taylor is set to begin in the Supreme Court. But today the two main witnesses were nowhere [...]

Former cop charged with extortion

The incident happened way back in 2007, but the trial against Francis Ogaldez started today in the Supreme Court. Ogaldez, a former corporal of police, is accused in a web [...]

Citrus Growers Association reacts strongly to Banks Holdings

The C.P.B.L. had its say earlier in the newscast when Sir Allen Field and Richard Cozier of Banks Holdings said that the dispute in the citrus belt is personal. As [...]

C.G.A.’s Henry Anderson speaks about dividends in C.B.P.L.

Anderson also spoke to questions that Sir Allen and Cozier brought up about dividends and the composition of the crowd that protested on Tuesday. Henry Anderson “The concerns we had [...]

Teacher’s union to protest government at Independence Hill

That’s in the valley, but all indications are that this Friday in the capital, the teachers will be facing off with government when the House meets.  That’s the word coming [...]

Pollution may be the Achilles ’ heel for the sugar industry

Sugar production is still not at its projected capacity; the factory at Tower Hill is expected to mill six thousand tons daily but it is down to just over five [...]

Derelict vehicles being removed from city streets

If you take a look around the old capital, there is a lot that needs to be fixed. The grass needs to be cut, the buildings need to be painted, [...]

Former Deputy Mayor caught in traffic accident

While Henry was documenting the removal of derelict vehicles, his camera caught onto an accident on St. Thomas Street. It involved a KBH security guard and a former Deputy Mayor [...]