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Port of Belize and Christian Workers Union reach agreement

Tonight, a go slow at the Port of Belize has been called off and loading operations are resuming on board a Thai vessel loaded with sugar.  After a protracted meeting [...]

Commonwealth Sec. Gen. and Trinidad PM in Belize for high level meeting

The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Kamla Persad-Bissessar will be in Belize this Wednesday. It coincides with the visit of the Commonwealth Secretary General, Kamalesh Sharma who arrived earlier [...]

Police seek 3 men for questioning about teacher’s murder

A trio of men is tonight being sought for questioning in connection with the brutal slaying of forty-five year old Marco Thompson, a second form teacher of Sacred Heart College [...]

No arrests yet for Gravel Lane murder

As for the murder of twenty-two year old Luis Cardenas, who was killed in Orange Walk on Sunday morning, police have yet to levy any charges. Several persons of interests [...]

Reducing taxpayer burden; do you support GOB and Ashcroft mending fences?

Tonight’s question is: Do you support that the mending of fences between the government and Lord Michael Ashcroft will in the least reduce the financial burden on taxpayers from litigation? [...]

Penner Petition takes another turn in Court

In Monday’s newscast we reported on an election petition by Orlando Habet against returning Cayo North area representative Elvin Penner on the refusal of a recount of ballots. The case [...]

Judgment reserved until May 24th for Penner Petition

But Sylvestre maintains that due process has been followed and that with respect to the Representation of People’s Act they have complied with the law in respect of election petition [...]

McAfee says GSU acting like “Business Suppression Unit”

Three persons have been charged for attempting to corrupt police officers in connection with a raid that was carried out at the estate of John McAfee on April thirtieth. Matilda [...]

Minor charged for killing one of 3 shooting victims

A minor has been charged for the May tenth murder of Leo Palacio Junior, who was fatally shot on Central American Boulevard. Two other persons were injured in the shooting; [...]

Secret relations with minor, but not guilty of rape

A thirty-five year old man anxiously waited to receive the verdict of whether he would be found guilty or not guilty of raping a seventeen-year-old minor. The incident in question [...]

A salute to Public Service Week

Public Service week will be observed in June, with several activities to mark the occasion. But before that, government departments today hosted students and the general public at the Charles [...]

25 years of Belize Bank Services, possibly going regional

On Friday night, the Prime Minister extended the olive branch to the Michael Ashcroft group of companies at a huge social event to mark the silver anniversary of the Belize [...]

Record P.S.E. takers, but not all seats occupied in high school

Seven thousand one hundred and seventy-six students sat the 2012 Primary School Examination. The record number of students calls into question whether or not classroom spaces would be adequate in [...]

Artists want to get paid; copyright on the way

Under copyright laws, Belizean and international artists stand to collect royalties for songs aired in Belize.  At a press conference his morning, BSCAP; the Belizean Society of Composers Authors Publisher [...]

Update on Catarina Ishim, girl with face tumor

By now you know that twelve year old Catarina Ishim, the little girl from San Pablo, Toledo underwent over twenty hours of surgery in mid April to remove a massive [...]