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Surgery follows fall of the Father of the Nation

There is concern tonight over the health of the Father of the Nation. First Prime Minister George Price and leader emeritus of the People’s United Party, slipped in his bathtub [...]

Prime Ministers Forum; 30 years as 3 leaders take the stage

But shortly at the Bliss, a Prime Minister’s forum gets underway. It is a first of a kind organized by the Institute for Social and Cultural Research.  It is also [...]

City Councilor to be laid to rest

Family, friends and colleagues are mourning the untimely death of Councilor Andrew Faber. The young councilor was killed in a tragic accident on the Placencia Road at around noon when [...]

Bomb threat at Atlantic Bank during Sugar Industry Meeting

A mid-afternoon bomb threat at the Atlantic Bank headquarters on Freetown Road earlier today threatened to cancel a high level meeting between representatives of Banco Atlantida and stakeholders in the [...]

Honduran allegedly kills Guatemalan on farm in Stann Creek

Belize recorded its latest murder in the Stann Creek Valley. The long list is inching closer to a hundred.  Around nine-thirty this morning, three Central American nationals were hanging out [...]

Minister Boots Martinez catfight ‘tooth and nail’ with UNIBAM

We have been reporting on the novel case being brought against the Attorney General by UNIBAM, the advocacy group for gay rights. Caleb Orosco, its executive president, is taking the [...]

Charged with Handling Stolen Goods that he didn’t know existed

Journalist and talk show host, Glenn Tillett, was arrested in August along with his daughter, Katyce Flowers, for Handling Stolen Goods. The charge was in connection with computers and accessories [...]

Woman beats boy and speaks of alleged attempted rape

Also in court, a Belize City woman pleaded guilty to a charge of common assault against a twelve year old boy. The child reported that on Tuesday thirty-two year old [...]

2 Belizeans win scholarship to UK

Two Belizeans are heading to the United Kingdom having been awarded the 2011 Chevening scholarships. Orlando Vera from the Forensics Lab will be pursuing a Masters Degree in Forensic Science [...]

Treaty Energy Charitable Trust sets up shop in Belize City

You’ve heard a lot about Trusts on this newscast including the BNE Charitable Trust which has donated to several community development projects. Today the Treaty Charitable Trust (TCT) launched the [...]

Her son recently passed away, now her house has collapsed

They say that God won’t give us more than we can handle but Odessa Orosco is being tested. Orosco has been having a rough time; two months ago she buried [...]