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Five point loss; Venezuela wins game one against Belize

The first of two friendly games between the Belize National Basketball team and the visiting Venezuelan team, played Thursday night at the City Centre before thousands of hyped-up sports enthusiasts. [...]

Cruise ship debacle over and tourist dollars return

We reported on Thursday, that a Carnival cruise ship did not make its scheduled stop in Belize.  Over three thousand visitors were on the Carnival Valor that continued to its [...]

Is the National Basketball Team ready? Viewers respond

The Belize national team is on the eve of its departure to the Dominican Republic for the Centro Basket Games.  On Thursday we asked: Do you think the national basketball [...]

Murder was the case lodged with cops at the end of family fued

It is the only murder reported so far this week, and it happened in Cotton Tree Village, forty-two miles west of Belize City.  The motive has not yet been established [...]

Arthur Young handed over to Belize by Mexican Authorities

The infamous Arthur Young, who has beaten the murder rap several times, now faces three more criminal charges for which he was arraigned today. Young went into hiding after police [...]

Police Constable suing Attorney General’s office

Four days after the murders of Roberto Torres and Eugene Flores and the wounding of Ron Thomas, on February fourteenth, 2008 police charged five persons including one of their own, [...]

Accused chain snatcher out on bail

Another case before the courts dealt with a theft that occurred on Ebony Street on April thirteenth. Ironically, the accused person is Ebony Flowers, a twenty-five year old mother of [...]

Cayo residents concerned about eroding bridge

There is rising concern in the Cayo District about the condition of the Hawksworth Bridge, which connects the twin towns Santa Elena and San Ignacio. Our newsroom received pictures showing [...]

Moving the Tourism Industry forward

The tourism industry is currently in the slow season so stakeholders gathered today to take stock of the industry with a view to shore up the number of visitors to [...]

Princess Petroleum and it’s broke back concession partner

While the tourism sector may be on the road to recovery, tonight it has come to light that one of the companies that has received an offshore exploration concession does [...]

Guatemala’s democratic process under threat?

In news from neighboring Guatemala, a report from the Associated Press says that the government took an usual step today when it published a paid ad announcing that the democratic [...]

Sports initiatives may be the next aid package to Belize

The Venezuela National Basketball team gave Belize a challenge at Thursday night’s exhibition game at the City Center. It was a five point loss for the Belize National Basketball Team [...]

Fans give their support to Belize National Basketball Team

The national basketball team’s next stop is Santo Domingo. They leave Saturday morning with good support from fans who have full faith in the talented players. We spoke to some [...]

Safiyyah’s groovy weekly entertainment update

Tropical storm Alex brought heavy rains last weekend. So get ready to catch because this weekend’s weather forecast has surely put party plans back in motion. There’s a series of [...]