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Are you better off this Christmas than in previous years?

We asked our viewers on Tuesday: Are you better off this Christmas, than in previous years? It shouldn’t come as a surprise that seventy percent of those who voted on [...]

Credit Unions affected by excess liquidity in banks

We have reported that excess cash liquidity is affecting the Central Bank and commercial banks, which are turning down fixed deposits. A ripple effect of this financial crisis is being [...]

Belizean American sentenced to 25 years in US prison

Belizean Ian Alamilla, pleaded guilty to a charge of murder on October twenty-seventh; over a year after he strangled his estranged wife, Tara in Westmont, Illinois.  On Thursday, Ian appeared [...]

Two more suspects charged for burglarizing District Education Center

The District Education Office in Belize City was burglarized last weekend and police quickly arrested nineteen year old Frank Trapp, who lives in the area. But two other suspects managed [...]

A Christmas message from the Catholic Church

Across the globe, Christians are preparing to celebrate the birth of Christ. But in many households, the meaning of Christmas has been lost to consumerism. As we lead into the [...]

Manatee rescue operation comes close

There are approximately a thousand manatees in Belize. Manatees are an endangered species and for the past year we have regularly reported on accidental deaths caused by careless mariners on [...]

Tourism expected to boost with end of the Maya calendar

As the countdown to 2012 takes place, there’s worldwide focus on the end of the five thousand, one hundred and twenty-five year Mayan calendar. Some believe it is the end [...]

Baby dies at Southern Regional Hospital after C-Section

It’s the worst news any mother could get, especially at this time of the year. But twenty-one year old, Dangriga resident, Sheronda Samuels has to cope with the loss of [...]

Chef of the year prepares turkey for X-Mas

On Saturday night, homes across the country will be filled with the aroma of hams and turkeys baking in the ovens. And while many have perfected their recipes, 2004 Chef [...]

Preparing seasonal ham is serious business

Chef Rodriguez also prefers a traditional method for preparing the ham. His advice is that when you want the best flavor out of a cured ham, go easy on the [...]

Mother and Daughter Murdered by Boyfriend

There is a heinous double murder to report tonight. A mother and her daughter were cold bloodedly shot this morning at their house in Carmelita Village on the Northern Highway. [...]

United Women’s Group outraged over court order for Dangriga man to marry minor

There is outrage over the successful bail application of a thirty-six year old accused of Carnal Knowledge upon a fourteen year old girl from the Stann Creek. Since we reported [...]

Choosing the Right Cards for the Season

Henry Cole, an English man, made the first official Christmas card in 1834. He was too busy to write personal greetings so he hired an artist to design a ready [...]

Johnson and Johnson Recalls Motrin

There is a recall of a frequently used pain killer. The Johnson and Johnson Company has recalled medicinal drugs at least six times in the past two years.  During that [...]

He Burglarized Home Allegedly to Pay Bills

Twenty year old Elvin Myvett stole from his neighbor to pay medical expenses. Sadly because of his crime, the young father won’t be able to provide for his sick child [...]

Alleged Victim Didn’t show up in Court

Early this year, Joseph Budna came to the media with a horrific story of how he was abducted in his own vehicle and robbed by a man he had offered [...]

Council of Churches Christmas Message

2012 is on the horizon, but before the year winds down, there’s Christmas and the birth of Christ to celebrate. And though many persons may be focused on the merrymaking [...]

Xmas Big ups and Shout Outs from the Streets

The tradition of sending season greetings is an age old one and is still very much alive. With loved ones, near or far, as Belizeans, we find it important to [...]

St. Martin De Porres Youth Group Gives to 100

The St. Martin De Porres youth group was in a generous mood today. It hosted a Christmas party this afternoon for over one hundred children from that community. Youth Group [...]

KHMH: Gianni and Joshua’s Literacy Corner

In September, City Councilor Andrew Faber and a friend Gianni Taylor died in a tragic vehicular accident. Taylor was pregnant at the time, which made the loss even greater for [...]

Santa’s KHMH Gifts Via Business Community

This morning three hundred patients as well as people sitting in the lobby of the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital received an early visit from Santa Claus. That’s because thirty local [...]

Bel-Caribe Hams up the Hampers for 11 Families

And with just three days to go before Christmas, many families are still finding it difficult to make ends meet to put the Christmas dinner on the table. Well earlier [...]

Healthy Living: 2011 top fitness fads

When the New Year sets in many people will be working towards accomplishing their numerous resolutions. A very common goal for the start of every year is to get fit [...]

Judge tells man to marry 14 year old victim

We lead our newscast tonight with three unprecedented decisions handed down today in respect of bail applications by Justice Denis Hanomansingh. In the first, the judge ruled that a thirty [...]

Judge grants bail to man who stabbed wife

In another bail application, an Orange Walk man who brutally stabbed his wife during a domestic dispute is out on bail and his wife is in fear of her life. [...]