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Belize topples Cuba in CentroBasket games in Dominican Republic

It’s a classic tale of David and Goliath as our national team which is widely regarded as the underdog at the CentroBasket Games in Santo Domingo a few minutes ago [...]

National basketball team captain speaks on the big W

Today’s monumental victory in Santo Domingo has undoubtedly lifted the spirits of the national selection as it moves forward to now take on Puerto Rico.  Following this evening’s crushing defeat [...]

Alex Carcamo ready for the game against Puerto Rico

As we reported earlier in the newscast Belize has emerged victorious over Cuba in the Centro Basket Tournament in Santo Domingo.  Instrumental in the huge win was Alex Carcamo who [...]

Can an independent mayor effectively run City Hall?

Belize’s first female mayor was expelled from her party back on May, twenty-fifth. After a decision made by the UDP’s Ethics and Integrity Committee, Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers learnt that [...]

Global recession has Fabro’s Glass Shop an inch away from death

The economic crunch is having an impact on businesses across the country. Many are closing down, others are going into receivership and still others are laying-off staff to brace the [...]

Shooting victim succumbs to his wounds

Last week Monday thirty-five year old Ernesto Perez was shot by two gunmen as he sat inside a taxi at the corner of Rivero and Fairweather Streets. He had just [...]

Star of wedding show badly injured in accident

Twenty-three year old Julio Escalante remains bedridden at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after suffering multiple fractures during a near fatal traffic mishap on Wednesday.  Escalante who is to wed [...]

Deputy Mayor ‘Philloughby’ now highest ranking U.D.P. in City Council

The UDP’s expulsion of Belize City’s first female Mayor, Zenaida Moya Flowers, has severe implications for the management of the City Council.  Moya had thirty days to appeal her expulsion [...]

Seawell brothers, Gary and Mark, one step closer to extradition

Brothers Mark and Gary Seawell, both accused of running an international drug trafficking and money laundering circle, were this morning escorted to Magistrate’s Court under heavy police guard for extradition [...]

Creepy details of abuse of minor revealed in court

In court this morning, more horrendous details were revealed about the sexual molestation of a seven year old Ladyville boy by Andres Bailey. The eighteen year old accused sexual offender [...]

Revolving prison doors: freed of 1 charge, remanded for another

On January thirteenth of this year, Belize Auto Zone Company located at Cemetery Lane was burglarized and items worth two thousand dollars were stolen. Two men were detained: Eugene Tillett [...]

Who died in the Cuban Embassy?

There is an unconfirmed report tonight that a member of the Cuban Brigade was reportedly found dead at the Embassy of Cuba this afternoon.  It is not certain when exactly [...]

The best tamales on the Hummingbird Highway

If you have ever headed down south, the chances are that you may have met Bertha Lisbey. Lisbey is the owner of a small business on the Hummingbird Highway, who [...]

Garbage problem temporarily fixed at market

There is some relief for the Queen Square market vendors, who now operate out of the Poundyard Compound. After our story on Wednesday night about the uncollected garbage most of [...]

After a party, Anicee Lamaroux joins her new parents in Denver

  After two months in Belize finalizing her adoption, young Anicee Lamaroux headed to her new home in Denver, Colorado this past Wednesday. Before leaving, a party was held to [...]