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1st Prime Minister George Price still hospitalized

Since Wednesday of this week, we have been reporting on the condition of former Prime Minister George Price, the Father of the Nation and Leader Emeritus of the People United [...]

Boat Accident injures tourists and perhaps tourism industry

A US couple enjoying their honeymoon in the Jewel was seriously injured at sea. A water taxi ran over them as they snorkeledoff San Pedro at around mid-day.  Rob Leonard’s [...]

Sri Lankan Movie Makers in Court on predictable deportation

The Sri Lankan nationals who arrived in Belize in August claiming to be filmmakers have had an unplanned twist to end their movie. Their immigration scam has unraveled and today [...]

Hail of bullets was unleashed on Alfredo Rodriguez

In the danger streets of the city, a hail of bullets was unleashed on Alfredo Rodriquez after eight o’clock on Thursday night. Luckily, only one found its mark on him.  [...]

Online poll says take 9th Amendment to referendum

This week’s question to our viewers was: Should the ninth amendment be put on hold until a referendum is held to determine the people’s will on the constitutional change? Seventy-eight [...]

City Councilor laid to rest

A funeral service was held this afternoon at the St. John’s Cathedral for city councilor Andrew Faber, who died along with two other persons in a traffic accident on Tuesday [...]

A house is not a home and now homeowner needs help

A Hattieville fire victim is still struggling to find shelter months after her house was gutted by a blaze. Gilda Flowers’ house was destroyed back in May; she made the [...]

Court settles football dispute between F.F.B. and Sports Ministry

In football news, there are twenty-four nations divided into six groups and only the top three CONCACAF teams are guaranteed to advance to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Belize’s [...]

GSU Officer absconds with citizen’s camera after photo taken

Minister of Police Doug Singh offered a reward to the public on September Fifteenth, 2010 for anyone who can prove police misconduct. He said, “There are simple things like public [...]

DFC peels credit for Banana Industry Rehabilitation

Three consecutive nights of thunderstorms pounded the banana farms in the south last week. It is estimated that close to twenty million dollars were lost when the rains destroyed the [...]

Government agrees to meet with LPG importers; if strike is lifted

Last Friday, LPG importers, Gas Tomza, BWEL and Zeta Gas went on strike after government failed to approve a price adjustment sought since February because of high acquisition costs. The [...]

Thousands of typhoid-infected chickens destroyed by BAHA

The history of Fowl Typhoid in Belize goes as far back as 1986. Fowl Typhoid affects chicken and turkeys. The typhoid has been detected on a farm in Orange Walk [...]

SMART gives bags to deserving students

While a little over a hundred students benefited from free haircuts through the annual Trimming Drive in Memory of Maurice Usher, another group of deserving children went back to school [...]

Don’t get dizzy because DJ Vertigo will shake up music tracks

If you’ve never had a chance to experience the nightlife in the U.S., DJ Vertigo is bringing the party to Belize, Miami style. The international music mixer has rocked the [...]

Outstanding Belizeans awarded for contributions to society

The Governor General, Sir Colville Young, at the Tribute to Belizean Patriots Ceremony, conferred twenty-eight national honors and awards. On Thursday night, those who have contributed to the development of [...]

Safiyyah knows the Pre-Independence Hot Spots

Thousands are expected to go through the gates of the IT-VET compound on Freetown Road this weekend. The private sector is mounting its biggest trade expo and consumers will be [...]