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Mother of stillborn devastated that fetus was discarded

Dilma Cano is the young mother from Sittee River who was referred to the Western Regional Hospital in Belmopan for emergency care when she began having complications with her pregnancy. [...]

HIV/Aids Data shows Belize improves; rate of infection plateaus

But there is some good news to the health of the nation. And that’s because a U.N.D.P. study finds that the prevalence rate of Aids is a two point three [...]

Tint my ride; but new law may fine you for very dark windshield

Drivers across the country have a little over two weeks to remove dark tints from their vehicles. A statutory instrument will come into effect to regulate tinting, a measure taken [...]

House Meeting to discuss crime measures; but where will Cardona sit?

The House meets this Friday in Belmopan. The government will be pushing forward five new bills to address the murderous crime rate which continues to climb with alarming speed. The [...]

New Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital Chairman

While Cardona’s seating arrangements in the House is under question, one man who will be sitting at the head of the table is Gulab Sharma. Sharma, a Corozal businessman operating [...]

Magistrate Court Regular, Darien Banks, on drug and gun charges

The notorious figure Darien Banks has been before the courts too many times to mention, but most recently he was charged along with his wife Desiree Barrow Banks. Trial began [...]

Attempted murder cases, 16 year old charged and lifer’s case dropped

An argument over a basketball game almost turned fatal for twenty-one year old Donovan P. Carter on April thirtieth in the Japan area of Ladyville and today a sixteen year [...]

México provides ballistic training for the cops

Matching weapons and bullets, tracing their origins to Belize are all pieces of the puzzle that investigators face when dealing with shooting incidents. Many times the gun histories and their [...]

Ann Bradley says police harassing her

Today, twenty-nine year old Ann Bradley of King Street stopped by our studio because she said she’s come under unnecessary pressure by the cops.  Since the end of April, Bradley [...]

Nurses’ Week; healthcare providers celebrated

There is a week or a month dedicated to the people whose work although significant, usually goes unappreciated.  Nurses are amongst the professionals whose work, though vital, also goes unrewarded. [...]

Travelling Caribbean Film Showcase features Haitian films

Haiti is the second largest island in the Greater Antilles which is still recovering from a seven point three earthquake a little over a year ago but it is getting [...]

B.A.S. & Healthy Reef’s Initiative’s “Someday is Now” video

But there’s another film to be released on Thursday. The Belizean Audubon Society and Healthy Reefs Initiative have teamed up for a public screening of the “Someday is Now” video. [...]