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Stolen airplane and helicopters changing registration numbers at Airport

There are several reports of suspicious if not illegal activity occurring at the Philip Goldson International Airport. Only a week ago, two Mexican choppers landed at the airport, and on [...]

COLA camps out in front of Prime Minister’s Office

APAMO and OCEANA, the two powerful organizations against oil exploration are already on record against offshore and onshore licenses in protected areas. Seventeen licenses have been issued, more than half [...]

Vendors near Fort Street Tourism Village are losing money

While protesters camped out at the prime minister’s office, in Belize City there was another angry group. The Fort Street Tourism Village instituted a zoning policy late December. From the get go, [...]

Goods container crashed

Still in the city, there was an unusual sight of a forty foot container leaning dangerously close to several adjacent power lines in the area of Fairweather Street.  According to [...]

Should a referendum be held on the issue of offshore & onshore oil exploration?

Tonight’s question is: Do you agree with the environmental community that a referendum should be held on the issue of offshore and onshore oil exploration? Get involved by emailing your [...]

S.J.C. Extension Department closing its doors permanently

The historic Extension Department of St John’s College is going through its third transformation since it opened its doors sixty years ago. The Department is gradually phasing out its adult [...]

Has Alan Slusher fallen out of favor with his friend the Prime Minister?

Has Alan Slusher, popularly known as “Sammy D” fallen out of favor with his friend the Prime Minister? For someone known to be a U.D.P. insider and close personal friend [...]

Price of fuel shot up twice in January

The price of fuel shot up twice in the month of January. The last increment was on January twenty-sixth which was preceded by another hike on January thirteenth.   If you [...]

Arson victim wants charges withdrawn against pregnant girlfriend

We reported on Monday on the lover’s quarrel that ended up in a suspected arson. Well, today a twenty-two year old Belize City woman stands charged for the arson. But [...]

Man who held down victim charged with Abetment to Rape

Late last week, local musician Kevon Bardalez was charged for the rape of a fourteen year old girl.  He is being joined at the Hattieville prison by a second accused.  [...]

Spanish Lookout residents prefer locally produced B.N.E. butane

Last week we heard local importers of butane gas complain that the product sold by Belize Natural Energy was of inferior quality. The importers said that the product is hazardous [...]

Former employees of bus tycoons, David and Tony Novelo, want to be paid

Today a few of the employees of the now defunct National Transport Company Limited returned to the Labour office in Belize City to once again pursue their case.  The men [...]

Belizean Joel Evans wins Emmy for editing

Two time Emmy Award winner; that’s an impressive achievement to boast in the entertainment world. And as of January thirtieth, Belizean Joel Evans has those bragging rights.  The Emmy is [...]

Group A for KTV Latino Season II singers impress at the Bliss

We hope you’ve topped up your Smart phones and are ready to start voting for your favorite KTV Latino contestant. Tonight is first round of competition for those who were [...]

4 ships cancelled on Belize; it’s hard times for tourism stakeholders

There’s still uncertainty in cruise tourism tonight. As it stands, Carnival is yet to make a decision on proposals presented on behalf of the Executive Tenders of Belize Ltd which [...]