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Builders protest after losing construction bid

It was a small protest, but the men on the front line made known their disapproval that they were being excluded from construction jobs in their own backyards. This morning [...]

Fate of cruise ship tourism tenders still on negotiating table

There’s a major upset to an announcement made by the prime minister on Monday that Carnival Cruise Line had agreed to a stay of execution in the new tendering policies [...]

Should visitors be treated differently from Belizeans when they commit offenses?

Tonight’s question is: Do you believe visitors should be treated differently from Belizeans when they commit offenses in the Jewel? To take part in the conversation all you have to [...]

Florida Caribbean Cruise Association inspects Tourism Village

The Florida Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) is a powerful lobby of fourteen cruise lines that operate in the Latin America and the Caribbean. Their combined power can make or break [...]

Belize Natural Energy ready to sell cheap butane

Earlier in the week, Belize Natural Energy’s Marketing and Corporate Communications Manager, Daniel Gutierrez, appeared on Open Your Eyes to discuss the future of the oil industry in Belize. Gutierrez [...]

Trial into accused murderer of Dorla Pitterson underway

After almost two years in prison, the murder trial against thirty-three year old Orlando Wade has finally surfaced in the Supreme Court. A jury of eight women and four men [...]

McKesey employee fired and charged with theft of over $400 worth of meat

An employee of McKesey’s Meat Supply was fired and criminally charged in August 2010 after he was caught stealing meat. While he was surprised in the act, thirty-two year old [...]

Drug dealers treasure; 4 lbs of weed buried in yard

Police confiscated a considerable amount of weed in an operation by the Gang Suppression Unit this morning. The officers searched a house on Rivero Street in Belize City, which is [...]

Mother pleas for return of missing daughter

A twelve year old girl from Ladyville went missing on Monday evening and her mother has walked and searched the entire village trying to find her. Arlene Bainton has turned [...]

Spoken Word: Fresh voices reverberate at launch of Youth Voices

Youth Voices is a two year project designed to mold the talent of the next generation. The project will hone raw talent of poets with writing workshops and slam competitions. [...]

KTV Latino returns

In less than two hours, viewers countrywide will tune in for the long awaited premier of KTV Latino Season Two. It starts with the first pre-recorded audition show in which [...]