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Kendis Flowers brutalized by police

Eighteen year old Kendis Flowers has just been released from police custody. He was detained as a suspect in the homicide earlier this year of a gang leader who was [...]

Corporal Emelio Patt charged with Aggravated Assault

On Wednesday night, we reported that the former Officer in Charge of Burrell Boom police, Corporal Emelio Patt was charged with Aggravated Assault with a Dangerous Weapon for allegedly drawing [...]

3 brothers and a friend busted with gun and ammunition

Three siblings and a minor were arraigned this afternoon in Magistrate’s Court for possession of a homemade shotgun and unlicensed ammunition.  Twenty-two year old Charles Neal, eighteen year old Shane [...]

Basket weaving goes national

Basket weaving is a form of art; it requires creativity and particular skills. It is craft that the women of southern Belize rely on to generate income and employment. They [...]

16 days of activism against gender-based violence

Friday marks the beginning of sixteen days of activism against gender-based violence.  In our Belizean society both men and women are victims of physical and sexual abuse.  The statistics however, [...]

Program feeds the belly and nurtures the mind of hungry youths

Meet Marie Godoy, she is the coordinator of a special feeding program in the City. She provides for almost forty children that drop in to secure at least one good [...]

Healthy Living takes a look at cold sores, aka herpes

Cold sores usually appear on the lips and are triggered by two types of viruses. While they are extremely contagious they are not dangerous. In this week’s edition of Healthy [...]

Fired! P.M. clears out Edmund “Clear the Land’ Castro

Edmund ‘Clear the Land’ Castro has been cleared, clean out of his portfolio today.  It is not exactly clear what Castro did to so peeve the Prime Minister that he [...]

Central prison attacked in 2 shooting incidents in one night

There was an exchange of gunfire at the Hattieville Prison on Tuesday night.  Twice gunmen opened fire at prison officers in the dead of the night. No one was hurt [...]

Garbage stench subsides as temporary deal brokered

Emotions were running high on Tuesday when Belize Waste Control’s employees protested at City Hall. The demonstration was called off today and both parties are still at the negotiating table.  [...]

Viewers say that government should help the sugar industry

A large majority of those who polled on our question about the sugar industry, thought government should step in to keep the industry viable in the long run. The poll [...]