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Former B.D.F. soldier in Coma

Dennis Ireland’s name became headline news on last October twentieth, when a late evening police press release said that Ireland is “a person of interest” in connection with the Theft [...]

B.D.F. Suspensions for missing weapons

As reported on Tuesday night, four persons have been put on administrative leave following the heist at the B.D.F. headquarters in Ladyville back in early October. Forty-two guns were missing [...]

Rape of Chiquibul Forest Reserve unchecked

It is no secret that the Chiquibul Forest Reserve is under threat and by now the situation has become dangerous.  To compound the serious state of affairs, it was revealed [...]

More conservation posts needed in Chiquibul

Executive Director of Friends of Conservation & Development, Rafael Manzanero says that urgent measures are needed to curb the plunder of the Chiquibul. With a detailed recommendation guideline, Manzanero says [...]

Church’s legal dream team prepare for unholy war

The case of UNIBAM for the decriminalization of homosexuality in Belize is catching fire on the international scene. It is seen as a first test case to essentially kick off [...]

Citrus Industry Soap Opera continues

It has been a little under three weeks since the start of a new crop season and tensions within the fickle citrus industry were simmering on Tuesday but tonight it [...]

OCEANA Belize turns 2

Today Oceana reached a milestone; it is celebrating its second anniversary of officially opening its offices in Belize. It has a number of accomplishments under its belt, the NGO got [...]

World GIS Day tagged in Belize City

Today marks world G.I.S. Day. G.I.S. is the acronym for Geographic Information System. It doesn’t sound like much but it’s used in our daily lives. And if you have a [...]

Students to build their own future city

Judging on that report, many more students had an interest in the Design Your own Town and City competition. In fact the students from the various schools who our news [...]

Penta paint up the Place

While the House of Culture was crowded with young students, winners of the fourth annual Penta Paint Up Di Place Competition were at the Image Factory in Belize City to [...]

Hilberto Hernandez’s trial clarified

There is a clarification to make in respect of a story we carried in our newscast on Monday on the trial of Hilberto Hernandez who was accused of the murder [...]