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Justice for Shelly Edwards; burglars caught

Four persons are tonight in big trouble after they were allegedly caught red handed with items stolen from the house of Shelly Edwards. According to reports, just after two on [...]

“To Sir with Love,” B.N.T.U.’s Pinelo passes away

There is one face that won’t be at the N.T.U.C.B. protest in Belmopan. Former B.N.T.U. President, John Pinelo, had held the teachers union together for many years and led them [...]

480 students graduate from UB

The University of Belize’s sixteenth commencement exercise was held at the Central Campus in Belmopan on Saturday. Four hundred and eighty students graduated and of that amount three hundred and [...]

Hero’s Welcome; Jaguars return home

The Belize National Football “A” Selection, also known as the Jaguars, returned to Belize today after making history in the Copa Centro Americana Games held in San Jose, Costa Rica. [...]

Sports Monday highlights with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   The Copa Centro Americana produced its 2013 Champion yesterday and while that honor does not belong to Belize, our [...]

Shots fired at office of conservation group, Ya’axche

The Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and Sustainable Development, Lisel Alamilla is reporting on a shooting that took place at around 1:20 am this past Wednesday morning. In a letter signed [...]

Valiant effort by Team Belize in Costa Rica

The highly anticipated football match between Belize and Honduras for the 2013 Copa Centro Americana was broadcasted live on this station. The Belize national “A” selection team and its strong [...]

Father of two girls murdered in home

There were two murders on Thursday night, one in Belize City and the other in the Cayo District. The first horrific murder occurred in Santa Elena, where a well known [...]

Bad company. Why was Marvin Gaynair killed?

The second murder on Thursday night took place in Belize City about an hour after the Santa Elena murder. It is also the second in less than forty eight hours [...]

Two persons—including police officer—injured in traffic accident

There was a head on collision involving a delivery truck and small car between miles six and seven on the Phillip Goldson Highway in the height of this morning’s rush [...]

Chamber: salary increases, zero growth equals higher taxes

A peaceful demonstration is going to be staged by teachers and public servants on Tuesday in Belmopan, following a recent breakdown in negotiations with the Barrow Administration over long-delayed salary [...]

UB Student Government to protest loss of G.O.B. subsidy

The last day for late registration for the University of Belize is this Monday. On that day the student body represented by Nation Builders also plans a demonstration in the [...]

Roca charged for repeated sodomy of minor

  Twenty year old Clinton Roca, an aero dispatcher at the PGIA has been charged with three counts of unnatural crime upon a fourteen year old minor. According to the [...]

Man pleads guilty to drug possession

  A tourist from Alaska vacationing in Caye Caulker was today arraigned for a single count of drug trafficking after he was caught with one point two grams of crack [...]

Former prison employee says it’s political victimization

He was responsible for the management of paroles, processing records and was the chairman of the inmates’ classification committee at the Central Prison. We say was because effective today, Lionel [...]

SCA’s Science Fair celebrates 130 years of Mercy

The Saint Catherine Academy hosted a science fair this morning; bright minds from eight different schools from the city were invited to observe the fair. The science projects covered a [...]

Faada Henry’s protest against crime

The P.S.U. and the B.N.T.U. are finalizing the details for next week’s march in the Capital. But an enterprising individual and his friends have taken to the streets today for [...]

BUMSQUAD scratches itself into music scene

  An international DJ is on tour in Belize and is promoting music and membership to an international organization. He is a founding member of the world renowned group, BUMSQUAD [...]

Teachers and Public Servants to march against G.O.B.

There is a steely resolve tonight by the Belize National Teachers Union, the Public Service Union and the Association of Public Service Senior Managers, known as the Joint Unions Negotiating [...]

B.N.T.U. against Saldivar’s union-busting tactic

  On Wednesday, Minister of National Security John Saldivar, area representative for Belmopan, issued a response denouncing statements made by the Joint Unions Negotiating Team that a letter to meet [...]

Suspect shot inside home

A man was shot this morning in Orange Walk Town. Reports suggest that at nine-thirty this morning, four undercover officers drove to the San Lorenzo Housing Site in Orange Walk [...]

Teen charged for murder of Maskall villager

Maskall resident, sixty year old Ervin Morales, was found lifeless in his house on Saturday with several chop wounds to his body. Today, nineteen year old Clive Geban and a [...]

Goal! Belize to face off with Honduras

The Belize National Selection “A” Team is preparing to take on Honduras after a spectacular win against Nicaragua on Tuesday. While the victorious two to one game led to a [...]

Sports only please; new rules for old MCC

The use of the MCC Grounds for events other than football came under fire last year when Telemedia was authorized to utilize the grounds for a concert on December seventeenth.  [...]

Unemployment rate increases

The Statistical Institute of Belize conducted its most recent labor market survey in September 2012. There are some interesting results when compared to the previous survey at the end of [...]