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Max, the Killer Jaguar, captured and euthanized

Bruce Cullerton was mauled to death by Max the Jaguar, on Monday night. It is a stunning and rare event and also a tragic one. Cullerton was the neighbor of [...]

Two cruise ships cancel their port of call to Belize

Later in the newscast we will cover the devastation to the citrus industry and the millions of dollars it stands to lose from the ravages of Hurricane Richard. There’s another [...]

Landmarks also damaged by Richard

We’ve reported extensively on the many victims whose lives were interrupted by the passage of Hurricane Richard. At least two hundred houses were devastated by the ferocious storm on Sunday [...]

Social Security Board to vote on possible investment in Telemedia

The Social Security Board is expected to take a vote on Friday on whether or not it will invest fifty million dollars in BTL shares that were offered for sale [...]

Placencia residents still say NO to cruise tourism

Hurricane Richard interrupted our coverage of other major developments such as the controversial proposal to introduce a cruise ship development port in the Placencia peninsula.  As we reported in Tuesday’s [...]

Caught on tape: minor shot by police

In other news, a sixteen year old minor left home with his father this morning and shortly after, ended up in the hospital. Father and son were heading to clean [...]

Deliveries on way to families affected by Hurricane Richard

Relief supplies to hurricane victims have started to flow, but not quickly enough for the affected families, for some who have been left homeless. In the south side the misery [...]

CEMO appeals to public to assist hurricane victims

If you weren’t affected by the storm, CEMO is appealing for your generosity to assist hurricane victims to get back on their feet. At their press conference today they revealed [...]

More schools to re-open after the hurricane

Hurricane Richard interrupted the flow of classes in the Belize and Stann Creek Districts since early this week. This Thursday, students are expected back in the classrooms at: Bethel Primary, [...]

Relief efforts pouring in from various organizations

We told you on Tuesday that the Belize Red Cross is providing disaster relief to affected families and that the neighboring Mexican state of Quintana Roo has also provided supplies [...]

AK47 shooter to be sentenced for Manslaughter

Thirty-three year old Marcus Moh, a resident of Sarteneja Village, appeared before Justice Adolph Lucas in court today for sentencing following the 2008 murder of Kirk Smith.  On October eleventh, [...]

Justice of the Peace busted with illegal gun and ammunition

A Justice of the Peace who is a former Commissioner of the Supreme Court along with his common-law have landed themselves in jail for the possession of ammunition, controlled drugs [...]

Damage to grapefruit and orange crop at $32.6 Million

Over two hundred houses damaged by hurricane Richard, and at least two cruise ship cancellations following the devastation all signal a mounting cost added onto the thirty three point eight [...]

Fisherman rescued at sea, more feared dead

There is an amazing story of endurance and survival to report tonight, but which ended in tragedy. It’s about three fishermen who were heading back to shore as hurricane Richard [...]

Jaguar kills American National, Bruce Cullerton

In another tragic story, Bruce Cullerton, an American National who was to have travelled to the United States today. It didn’t happen because on Monday night, Bruce was sadly killed [...]

Do you think NEMO’s hurricane preparedness plans were adequate?

Tonight we ask: Do you think that NEMO’s hurricane preparedness plans were adequate? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on our [...]

Restoring Belize after the Hurricane

Hurricane Richard turned out to be fatal. There’s loss of life and extensive destruction in areas that felt the full wrath of the Category One Hurricane on Sunday. The swaths [...]

La Democracia without water and electricity

On the Western Highway, communities are showing signs of desperation in the aftermath of Hurricane Richard. Most residents of La Democracia were ill prepared for the ravages of the hurricane [...]