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Cordel’s Lake I Committee says goodbye

It’s less than three weeks to the general elections and another bombshell was dropped in Lake Independence this afternoon. Last Friday, the nomination of Yolanda Schakron, who looked like a [...]

Schakron and Galvez; Bro and Sis for Lake I

As we said, we caught up with businessman Martin Galvez, when he addressed an audience of party supporters at Independence Hall.  Galvez, the proprietor of Royal Wholesale, is a last-minute [...]

Cab driver stabbed over a dozen times

Now to crime news; a taxi operator was viciously murdered inside his cab over the weekend. Before mid-night on Saturday, he was found with close to fifteen stab wounds inside [...]

Merlene Bailey Martinez resigned or terminated?

Last week, we reported that the Social Security Board decided to terminate Merlene Bailey Martinez as C.E.O. for insider trading at the S.S.B.  We also reported that chairman Lois Young [...]

P.U.P. City Council announces Manifesto

At Independence Hall this afternoon, the People’s United Party launched its City Council manifesto for the March seventh elections. It’s a blueprint of forty six solutions that the P.U.P. is [...]

P.U.P. Standard Bearers bring head in Corozal

In Belize City, the opposition party is outing constant fires, but in the north, the People’s United Party drew thousands at a mammoth rally held on Sunday in Corozal Town. [...]

On the Campaign Trail in U.D.P. Pickstock

In our campaign trail series, tonight we feature the Pickstock U.D.P. candidate and sitting area representative, Wilfred “Sedi” Elrington. Elrington’s contender is Dr. Francis Smith, who we will follow on [...]

Oceana’s Poll says Bring the Referendum

A week ago, the government announced that it will not be holding a referendum on oil exploration. Still, one of the driving forces of the Coalition to Save Our Natural [...]

Legal Action a possibility without offshore referendum

Oceana Belize has taken the brunt of the Prime Minister’s sting over the lost referendum. However, Audrey Matura Shepherd says it will go forward with its own nonbinding Referendum on [...]

Oil Company to get concession for Corozal

There’s more news on oil exploration; the government announced today that a concession for exploration blocks in the Corozal District has been awarded to Manti Exploration and Production Company Limited. [...]

2 bodies found—1 in Orange Walk and the other in Stann Creek

Earlier in the newscast, we reported on the murder of taxi driver, Alexander Montero. Up north, twenty-one year old Abel Robinson was found dead in the Palmar Area of Orange [...]

2 Acquitted of Murder

Thirty-two year old Seidi Salazar and her forty-three year old brother, David Uk have been acquitted of the murder of thirty-year old Mario Chi. Chi, who was living with Uk’s [...]

Rape charge for Oyinkro Akpododor

A university student may have to trade in the classroom for a prison cell if he is convicted on a charge of rape levied against him today. The accused student [...]

Weekend of crime and shooting

And while there is at least one confirmed murder, there were other violent incidents that took place in the city in the last three days. Public Relations Officer of the [...]

The World of Sports with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and we’re certainly glad to be with you for this portion of Sports Monday. Week 2 in the PLB brought with it a full slate [...]