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Without the core sampler, how will sugar quality be tested?

One of the main inefficiencies that the Belize Sugar Cane Famers Association, the Sugar Industries Control Board and BSI agree needs to be improved is the quality of cane. You [...]

Should government provide a long term solution for the sugar industry?

Tonight’s question is: do you think that government should provide a long term solution to ensure the viability of the sugar industry? Send your comments and responses using your SMART [...]

City Hall Garbage debt piling up and workers protest

Earlier we told you about the temporary solution in the sugar industry, but in Belize City there is no solution in sight to the latest garbage problem.  Belize Waste Control [...]

Southern Group says cautious yes to Cruise Tourism

The Southern Regional Council of Tour Guide Association is going against the grain in respect of cruise ship tourism in the South. The Placencia Village Council and the B.T.I.A. have [...]

Murder in Bella Vista Village

There is another murder to report tonight. Independence police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of fifty-six year old Honduran national Juan Cardona whose body was discovered with what [...]

During trial, alleged victim said she made up the rape story

Last September, a fourteen year old girl accused three minors of rape but today she confessed in the Orange Walk Supreme Court that her very serious allegations were all lies. [...]

Teen tricks special constable to hand over gun

Earlier this month, a Special Constable was reportedly scammed out of his service weapon by a minor. Forty-one year old Carlos Thompson reported the stolen gun when the nine millimeter [...]

British cut troop number around the world, but Belize safe for now

One month ago, the government of British Prime Minister David Cameroon revealed its Strategic Defense and Security Review and announced substantive cuts to military spending to tackle the deficit. Military [...]

Lord Ashcroft’s World War memorabilia on display

Also in London, Lord Michael Ashcroft has put on display at the Imperial War Museum, a rare collection of World War memorabilia he has been collecting since boyhood.  An assortment [...]

Que Viva Mexico! Neighbors from the north give to hurricane victims

There is more hurricane relief pouring in from our northern neighbors in Mexico. Even though Hurricane Richard hit a month ago, there are still families that are struggling to get [...]

Cops train 30 special constables

The Police Department has been carrying out a series of trainings in community policing throughout the country and this week, the last of six courses is taking place at the [...]