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NEMO sends its first advisory on Richard

NEMO has issued the following advisory: If you were planning to go to the Cayes and along the Coast this weekend you are advised to cancel your trip. If you [...]

Three minors and intended target wounded in shooting

In recent news, primary school children have taken the lead against crime in rallies and protests in the streets. But last night, three primary school students were injured in a [...]

Second man charged for double murder of Richard and Maria Stuart

Forty-three year old Richard and Maria Stuart were brutally stabbed countless times inside their home almost one week ago. An employee of the Stuarts, Milton Darinel Maza was charged with [...]

Viewers believe cop should be charged for death of cop

In a memorandum ten pages long, the Director of Public Prosecutions concluded that there is not enough evidence to press murder charges on a sergeant for the killing of a [...]

Dark clouds hover over Telemedia; shares and debts

Last week Friday, the government launched its prospectus for the sale of Telemedia shares but less than a week later, a dark cloud hovers over the public offering of shares [...]

Appeals Court reduce award for Banana Workers

Also in court, a hefty reward of four hundred and twenty thousand dollars awarded to six employees in a union busting case was drastically reduced in the Court of Appeals. [...]

Unemployed woman scams Stephy Lupp

An unemployed Belize City woman allegedly tried to fill her pockets by scamming a businesswoman and she now has to answer to the courts. Thirty-two year old Sherlette Bailey was [...]

Placencia does not want cruise tourism

Residents of Placencia and surrounding villages are at this moment participating in a consultation exercise organized by the Belize Tourism Board on the introduction of cruise tourism on the peninsula.  [...]

NEMO Corozal puts first red flag up as storm approaches the horizon

As we reported at the top of the newscast, a weather system is heading our way. Tropical Storm Richard is the fourth storm to track its path towards Belize since [...]

Mom says son was brutalized by armed forces

There is one more report of police brutality. The mother of a Southside youth alleges that her son was targeted simply because they live in a crime prone area. According [...]

Step aside Austin Powers, Swingers Ship Coming to Belize

There was uproar in 1998 when the first openly gay cruise ship sailed into Belize’s harbor.  It brought out protests from different sectors of the church and members of the [...]

Safiyyah’s got a feeling about where’s hot to party this wet weekend

It’s still dry and TS Richard is still four hundred miles away. So if you’re in the mood to party, Safiyyah found out there will be a Jazz concert, an [...]

Taralee Sanchez wants justice for slain husband/cop

Corporal Gavin Sanchez was killed back in March, nine bullets found their mark on him. It initially appeared like an open and shut case but not so. The office of [...]

Raylene Dyer’s murder sparks threats and school to shut down

A young mother was viciously murdered because her friend wanted her baby; that’s as horrendous as it can get.  It has been twelve days since her disappearance and murder but [...]