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Citrus growers petition for resignation of board member, Denzil Jenkins

At the end of last month Denzil Jenkins, a board member of the Citrus Growers Association, threw his hat into the ring for electoral politics. And that’s causing unrest in [...]

Thieves break into Queen Square Anglican School; this is its third break in for 2011

Break-ins at schools are becoming common practice and for Queen’s Square Anglican School, they have become all too frequent. On Tuesday night, the school was targeted for the third time [...]

Biological father of Belizean woman & victim of human trafficking comes forward

On Monday we reported on the sad story of a Belizean woman living in the United States who is a victim of human trafficking. The report from ABC News showed [...]

Senator Paul Perriot says he was disrespected by Telemedia

As we reported in Tuesday’s newscast Senator Paul Perriott of the Belize Communications Workers Union, has resigned from his post as senior technician at Telemedia.  He calls it a forced [...]

Fierce opposition of Yum Balisi development in World Heritage Site

Earlier today the National Environmental Appraisal Committee (NEAC) met to discuss an Environmental Impact Assessment plan that could result in the development of a resort on an island within the [...]

Viewers say Sadie Vernon High’s Board of Management needs to go

Two teachers were fired last week from Sadie Vernon High School; it caused uproar at the school between the teachers, administration and board of management. Things have simmered down but [...]

Police looking for drivers of 2 vehicles with contraband items

Police are looking for the drivers of two vehicles that were found to be carrying a stash of contraband liquor. The vehicles were intercepted with Heineken, black label and other [...]

Regional Competition for Annual Math Olympiad ends today

The last two regional competitions of the annual Math Olympiad was held today at the San John’s Junior College gym. A total of thirteen high schools participated in the two [...]

Wesley College student charged for bringing loaded gun to school

A first form student of Wesley College found himself in serious trouble on Monday.  The student brought a loaded gun to school. It wasn’t a show and tell day but [...]

Bowen & Bowen employee, Albert Maskall, charged for death of 5 year old school girl

A driver for Bowen and Bowen in the Cayo District is out on bail of eight thousand dollars after he was charged in the Belmopan Court with Causing Death by [...]

Interdicted police officer, Vidal Cajun back in Court

Interdicted police officer, Vidal Cajun, was back before the court today on charges of Kept Firearm without a Gun License and Kept Unlicensed Ammunition.  He was provided with disclosure which [...]

YFF & Community Policing Unit receive computers from SIF

The resource centers at Youth for the Future and the Community Policing Unit can now accommodate more youths. It’s all thanks to a gift of over thirty-three thousand dollars in [...]

Countdown to La Ruta Maya River Challenge 2011

It’s the countdown for the annual Ruta Maya Canoe Race that starts at the Macal and ends at the Belize River. This year, more teams, including seven international teams, are [...]

Latinos & Latinas converge on the bliss stage

Tuesday night wouldn’t be have been complete without a good dose of Latin music. Group B of KTV Latino rocked the Bliss stage with a wide repertoire of favourite songs. [...]