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Will Tropical Storm Richard drench our shores?

The end of the hurricane season is in sight but threats are still looming. With five weeks to go before it officially closes, another weather system is may be heading [...]

Should Sgt. Reyes be charged for the killing of Cpl. Sanchez?

Tonight’s question is: Should Sergeant Paulino Reyes be charged for the killing of Corporal Gavin Sanchez? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your [...]

Social Security Board still contemplating Telemedia shares

The fifty million dollar question is whether or not the Social Security Board will make the investment in Telemedia shares. This Wednesday, the Board met to consider whether the fifty [...]

Butane gas up by $2

The price per hundred pound cylinder of butane went up on September twenty-eighth and on Wednesday it took another two dollar jump. So the new cost of cooking gas in [...]

Alleged shooter charged for Attempted Murder of 2 men

Today marks one week since two men came under ambush by a lone gunman at the corner of Central American Boulevard and Faber’s Road.  Twenty-one year old Matthew Moore has [...]

Patrick Faber says Stuarts’ death is a loss to the education system

We reported in Wednesday’s newscast that Nixon Alexander Maza who also uses the name Milton Darinel Maza has been arraigned for the double murder of Richard and Maria Stuart. Maza [...]

First Caribbean Bank’s Unsung Heroes

Two ordinary Belizeans have been named as finalists in the First Caribbean’s Unsung Heroes.  The announcement was made this afternoon that the two finalists for 2010 are regular folks that [...]

Sober views of the unsettling state of affairs in the Judiciary

We have been reporting on the tenuous situation in the judiciary. In the last eight months, three eminent jurists have had their tenure cut short. In the case of the [...]

What do Judicial Disruptions mean for ordinary folks?

William Neal asked Courtenay what the judicial disruptions meant for ordinary folks. According to Courtenay, there’s insecurity due to government interference. Eamon Courtenay “You cannot operate in a judicial system [...]

BTB plans to market the jewel to the world

A two year plan to market Belize as a top tourism destination was unveiled today. The Belize Tourism Board hopes that despite the global recession, the marketing strategy will attract [...]

Minister of Education visits two schools in his backyard

It is an acknowledged fact that there is a correlation between education and crime. When there is high enrollment in schools, the streets are safer and crime is reduced.   That’s [...]

An Ode to Louis Belisle; Art Gallery Rededicated

Louis Belisle; he is an artist of yesteryear whose images form an important part of any collection of serious Belizean Art enthusiasts.  Belisle’s love affair with art started at age [...]

Healthy Living examines a hernia

Hernias can affect anyone, male or female, young or old, healthy or unfit. It is common worldwide but luckily it can be remedied with an uncomplicated surgery. This week’s Healthy [...]