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Murder victim’s body to be taken back to Europe

Family members of the murdered Spanish flight attendant, thirty-seven year old Maria Antonia Plaza Gomez, will be transporting her body back home. But the police are still conducting an intense [...]

Will there be charges resulting from death of 4 year old?

The office of the Director of Public Prosecutions will determine whether or not there is a case to answer in the death of four year old Hidalia Maldonado. The child [...]

Should there be a Commission of Inquiry into immigration scandal?

Tonight’s question: Should there be a Commission of Inquiry into the recent immigration scandal? Get involved by emailing your comments and responses to or by sending a text, using [...]

Belize ranks 78 in the Human Development Report

The Human Development Report is released on a yearly basis; it is a report by the United Nations on the state of the world’s development. The 2010 report was launched [...]

Inter American Development Bank President discusses finances with GOB

The President of the Inter American Development Bank, Luis Alberto Moreno, is on a two day visit to Belize.  He is meeting with Prime Minister Dean Barrow, other government officials [...]

City Centre still being utilized despite structural damage

Back in September, events at the City Center were relocated because it was declared unsafe for large crowds. The recent hurricane caused further damage, but when we visited today, we [...]

Clues wash away after three years missing at sea

Seven men set out to sea exactly three years ago. Six were never seen again and the body of the other washed up on the reef days later. Magistrate Richard [...]

3 Dangriga residents busted with Marijuana

It’s a sizeable quantity of drugs and a huge bust for the Punta Gorda police. Three Dangriga residents are in police custody in Punta Gorda after being busted with marijuana.  [...]

Healthy Living explores psychosocial effects of Hurricane Richard

A thousand families were affected by Hurricane Richard. Some of the adults may be able to cope with the emotional toll, but for children, the impact may be lasting and [...]