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Salvadoran national trafficking minors through Belize

  There are few convictions for human trafficking even though there is a well established network but tonight the face of human trafficking is that of a fifty two year [...]

Random killing on Caesar Ridge Road

Just after eleven this morning shots rang out on Caesar Ridge Road in the Port Loyola area. Witnesses say that at least eight shots were heard and when the gunfire [...]

Bar Association strikes back at Attorney General

Attorney-General Wilfred Elrington is taking aim at the Bar Association and it is not the first time. This time though, he is using legislation that could result in a further [...]

Bar brings down the gavel on AG’s criticisms

And while those recommendations will be forwarded to Attorney General Wilfred Elrington and Solicitor General Cheryl Krusen, President of the Bar Eamon Courtenay also dealt with the very pointed criticisms [...]

Should there be an October 6th referendum within Guatemala?

With the debate focusing now on the referendum, our last question was if viewers thought that government was soft on Guatemala. An overwhelming ninety-two percent voted yes while the rest [...]

Is the bar Association P.U.P.?

  Earlier in the newscast we showed you the response from Bar Association President Eamon Courtenay to criticism that the Bar is inactive, a waste of time, and does nothing [...]

Bar says amendment means no regulation and no oversight

And putting aside the criticisms, founded or unfounded, and removing the government perception of a politically skewed Association, Courtenay says the move just doesn’t make much sense, period. If the [...]

Bar Association worries about formation of General Legal Council

To round out his openly critical response to the Attorney-General’s very blatant and apologetic targeting of the Bar Association, Eamon Courtenay touched on a very sensitive topic, the General Legal [...]

Arsonist fined instead of prison time

A Belize City man was spared jail time after being convicted on March fourteenth of arson on the house of the mother of his ex. Thirty-five year old Brian Barrella [...]

To kill or not to kill? Death penalty is still in the books

The death penalty is still in Belize’s constitution even though the last person to have been executed was over twenty-five years ago when Kent Bowers was hung for the murder [...]

On patrol with the US Southern Command

Belize is considered a main transit point for drugs that make their way to the United States by land, sea and air. In the fight against drug trafficking, the US [...]

Belize vs. Trinidad for football goal!

The Belize Jaguars are preparing for play against the Soca Warriors of Trinidad and Tobago in anticipation of the Gold Cup in which Belize will be going up against the [...]

Tanya Carter’s new song, Ex-boyfriend

Belizean singer, Tanya Carter  has opened for Etana, Luciano, Lexxus and Morgan Heritage, so it’s not unusual that she has flown to Jamaica, the home of reggae music to work [...]