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More Tomorrow villagers will keep some disputed land

On Tuesday night, we showed you the plot of land under dispute in the western village of More Tomorrow. The issue is one that dates back to 1998 when the [...]

P.M. explains how crown land came into dispute

While Prime Minister Barrow says that More Tomorrow villagers will get some of the lands they claim they have been developing, both parties will be accommodated. But the burning question [...]

Budget cuts; are they skin deep?

As have been identified per budget for fiscal year 2011/2012 versus fiscal year 2012/2013, there are some significant cuts have been done to the key high priority areas of pro [...]

Boots clarifies Social Transformation budget figures

In the wake of the recent budget presentation for fiscal year 2012-2013, several experts have been weighing in on the financial outlook for the country going forward.  While it has [...]

How would you describe this year’s budget?

And our question for tonight is: How would you describe this year’s budget? Austere, disciplined, or lacking. Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post [...]

Modern Day Pirates shoot victim at sea

The days of Blackbeard the Pirate may be gone, but the real pirates of the Caribbean made an appearance near Colson Caye on Tuesday night.  The daring robbery has left [...]

Pirates steal boat at sea

Several hours following the Colson Caye robbery, Belize Coast Guard officials were once again called out to sea where they responded to the theft of a fishing vessel which was [...]

Witness’ amnesia leads to murder acquittal

In the courts, two Belize City men are free tonight after they were found not guilty of the 2008 murder of Edgar Seguro on Oleander Street in the Saint Martin’s [...]

Guilty verdict for murder of Corozal teen

While there was an acquittal in that case, the accused in another murder case was convicted today. Back in March of 2004, the partially nude body of sixteen year old [...]

Attempted murder or bogus charge? Family say accused is innocent

The motive and the series of events that led to the shooting of twenty-one year old Keon Johnson in the Old Capital on June twenty-eighth is still up in the [...]

Superbond deadline of $46 Million payment on horizon

No one will be charged with attempted murder for the largest bond that weighs heavily on the government. The Superbond contains two Bear Stearns bonds, a US one hundred and [...]

$9 Million needed for Belize/Guatemala Referendum

The bond is not the only financial responsibility that waits in the horizon. The P.M. also projects a nine million dollars bill for the Belize Guatemala Referendum that is scheduled [...]

Media houses boycott K.H.M.H. press conference

The Karl Heusner was subjected to an audit after former employee, Delroy Herrera, became a whistle blower. Documents were released that allegedly showed questionable K.H.M.H. credit card uses, allegedly improper [...]

Sign up for three by three basketball tournament

Pick-up basketball or three by three, as common as it is an alternative to a full-court match, is arguably more competitive than its five-on-five sibling.  Realizing its popularity, the Belize [...]

Summer Camp threatened with closure

And while that activity is inspiring hoop dreams, another youth oriented activity is trying to keep its promises from being deferred. A summer camp in the St. Martin De Porres [...]

Lifeline Foundation gives to 2 Cancer Organizations

Two organizations dedicated to providing care and treatment for cancer received much needed financial boost today. Lifeline Foundation of Belize gifted the institutions with funds to develop comprehensive program for [...]