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Adopted child, Jeremiah Stadtlander, wins a million U.S. dollars in Court

While Philip Tysinger looks for his biological parents, families of children adopted by Ruha’mah Stadtlander, a US missionary, have come forward with additional stats about the woman. Despite court appearances [...]

U.S. Marine of Mayan descent wants to meet biological parents

Cases of Belizean children who have ended up in the United States under questionable circumstances have been revealed in our newscast in the past two weeks. Tonight, we have the [...]

Missing 8 year old taken to Guatemala

An eight year old boy is missing and is widely suspected to be in Guatemala. The child was allegedly taken by his grandmother and handed over to his father who [...]

Day 1 of country’s longest canoe race, La Ruta Maya

Early this morning, the annual La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge got off from the base of the Hawksworth Bridge in the twin towns of Santa Elena and San Ignacio. [...]

Another takes up the anti-texting while driving campaign

On Thursday we reported on the concern of one citizen, John Brackett, on the use of cell phones while driving.  Brackett took his protest against texting near Holy Redeemer Primary [...]

Did late Court appearance end a rape trial?

An Orange Walk man was convicted of rape in 2009 and sentenced to ten years. But he appealed and a retrial was ordered, which started Tuesday and ended on Thursday. [...]

B.D.F. Private gets 10 years for manslaughter

A Belize Defence Force Private, convicted of Manslaughter, was sentenced to ten years in prison today. Paulino Assi’s jail term is effective as of February seventeenth, when he was found [...]

2 grannies bring decades of experience to fight at Holy Redeemer School

Two grannies got into an altercation at Holy Redeemer Primary School today and both ended up in court facing charges. According to fifty-year old Yvonne Rivero, there was a dispute [...]

Christian Workers’ Union strike of Social Security Board still possible

The strike action by employees of the Social Security Board can take place any time after the long weekend.  A meeting between the President of the Christian Workers’ Union, Antonio [...]

U.S. Navy Ship, Gunston Hall, docks in Belize

Earlier we told you that Philip Tysinger a Marine on the U.S. Navy ship, Gunston Hall, is looking for his family in the Toledo District. We met him onboard the [...]

Hans’ Bandstand in the Park

For decades the B.T.L. Park on Newtown Barracks has been the place of choice for Belize City parents to take their children on Sunday afternoons for recreation.  It has also [...]

Planet Hollywood night club owner’s 1 man protest of Mayor

While the ceremony was underway at the B.T.L. Park, there was a one-man protest against Mayor Moya Flowers.  Daniel Brisebois bore a placard with her picture, but his protest had [...]

Women in Art, 40 artists, 70 pieces on display at the Bliss

This month is being celebrated as Women’s month.  On Thursday night we previewed an exhibit opening at the Image Factory. But there is another event launch at this very moment [...]

Roots Rock Reggae Concert

There are plenty of activities that are occurring this weekend. If you’re not into the grueling Ruta Maya River challenge, and just want to relax to some conscious music, then [...]

Arielle knows What’s Happening across the Jewel

It’s the first extended weekend since the start of the year and we know that all the hard working folks are looking forward to some extra play time. Our entertainment [...]