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7 of 20 bullets hit murdered man

The notorious Edward Lord lived a dangerous life; and on Wednesday evening shortly after five o’clock, he was executed in a most horrific way.  A hail of bullets from a [...]

Murder confession; woman’s affection and taunts

In another murder, a student of St. Johns Junior College was shot and killed on Sunday night. The Police Department has since charged another student for the homicide. Eighteen year [...]

A tale of 2 Telemedia Boards to be heard in Court

The dust has not settled at Belize Telemedia Limited. There are two boards, two C.E.O.s, and two Chairmen since last week’s ruling by the Court of Appeal that has triggered [...]

Renationalization of Telemedia; will Opposition protest in absence?

As the legal battles mount, earlier today a communiqué was sent out from the National Assembly notifying of the special sitting of the House and Senate this coming Monday in [...]

Un-tint my ride; last day before law comes into the light

The law banning certain grades of tint on vehicles comes into effect at midnight tonight. So if you have fifty percent tint on the windshield and front windows and twenty-five [...]

Weak economy the case of job loss at Belize Healthcare Partners Limited

The weak economy has been wreaking havoc among businesses across the country. Belize Healthcare Partners Limited, we are told, is experiencing cash flow problems and this month a number of [...]

High school teacher remanded for carnal knowledge of a 15 year old who is now pregnant

A well known teacher, Ivor Nicholas of Our Lady of Guadalupe High School, was today arraigned in the Belmopan Magistrate Court on a single count of carnal knowledge of a [...]

Belize City man remanded for attempted burglary charge

But in the Belize City Magistrate Court, forty-one year old Elroy Saldano, a resident of Plues Street, was discovered on the property of Sergio Eck on the night of June [...]

Burglars rob 88 Shopping Center and Suneel’s Store

Two Belize City businesses are out thousands of dollars after being hit by thieves. Fifty-four year old Neenu Chugani reported that her business, Suneel’s Store at the corner of Orange [...]

Summer Camps galore and the Bliss has one for your child

There are spaces available for an exciting creative arts summer program so if you want to bring out your children’s hidden talents, you need to head out to the Bliss [...]

Oceana Belize Awards environmentalists

Oceana Belize’s two day conference under the theme Too Precious to Drill: The Marine Biodiversity of Belize wrapped up today. Twenty scientists shared their cumulative knowledge from years of research [...]

Sound check; New Radio Station tunes in to the oldies

A new radio station began broadcasting today from Lord’s Bank on 106.3 FM. It’s called Mood FM and it is owned by a former Radio Belize DJ Kenneth Moody. Mood [...]

Economist publishes on the Telemedia debacle

The ongoing Telemedia fiasco has picked up traction within the international press. The prestigious Economist publishes an article called “Back to the Drawing Board” on its website detailing the legal [...]

Healthy Living listens to signs of ear infections

There are countless activities to keep kids busy during the summer break and with the heat bearing down; many will flock to the sea, rivers and swimming pools. But all [...]

Marked man murdered in Old Capital

At news time, a person identified as Edward Lord, was shot and killed on Mahogany Street. The shooting took place at around five-thirty and Lord died on the way to [...]

New Nationalization law will not end the fight for Telemedia

Attorneys for the government are busy re-drafting legislation for the re-acquisition of the telephone company. It’s an astounding and contentious decision taken by Cabinet on Tuesday because only last Friday, [...]

P.M. Meets with Telemedia staff while BCCI prepares for legal meeting

Immediately after the interview, the Prime Minister met with the staff of Belize Telemedia along with members of the Board at the Princess Hotel.  The meeting lasted for close to [...]

Former U.D.P. Minister says GOB actions are criminal

As you know by now, the Prime Minister says the government will re-nationalize Belize Telemedia on Monday. That’s because its re-nationalization in 2009 has been found by the Court of [...]

Standoff between stevedores and Port of Belize Limited ends

The weeklong standoff between stevedores and the management of Port of Belize Ltd. ended this evening following a lengthy meeting mediated by Labor Commissioner Ivan Williams.  While both parties are [...]

Accident on Central American Boulevard

Shortly before five this evening, a Honda CRV was driving down Central American Boulevard when a vehicle coming off of Raccoon Street hit the rear of the Mini-SUV. The impact [...]

“I will not give up. I will keep on fighting.” Words of youth who fought to the end with tumor

In this newscast from time to time, we have shared the story of the courageous Christopher Bowman. For fourteen years he battled a tumor on his chest that progressively spread [...]

Taxpayers will pay all attorney fees for Telemedia case

The big story so far is now the renationalization of Telemedia. We have been getting the views from both sides and earlier you heard from Prime Minister Dean Barrow as [...]

Attorney General silent on seizures of multimillion dollar companies

While on the legalities, Hubert Elrington, referred to the current attorney general his former law partner B.Q. Pitts, who has not been heard from since the ruling of the Court [...]

Attorney says selling shares to private individuals is not nationalization

According to Attorney Arthur Saldivar, there appears to be another flaw in the government’s plan to re-nationalize the company. In a quick history lesson, Saldivar explains BTL’s roots as well [...]

Global Investment Banking and Securities Firm signals Lights Out for Belize

Last week’s nationalization of B.E.L. is being closely monitored internationally.  Standard and Poor’s was the first to send out distress signals threatening to lower Belize’s credit rating. Today, we came [...]