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Guatemalan man stabbed to death in the city

There has been relative peace in the City streets, but that was broken over the weekend when two stabbing victims succumbed to injuries.  We start with the most recent murder, [...]

Security guard dies after almost a week of being in a coma

In the other homicide…Kevin Anthony Jex was remanded on Friday for the attempted murder, dangerous harm and use of deadly means of harm upon former security guard of Brown Sugar [...]

Forgery at the Ministry of Housing involving thousands of dollars

There is word tonight that police are looking for a staff member of the Ministry of Housing. The officer allegedly forged the signature of the Minister of Housing on vouchers [...]

First meeting on the immigration bills is postponed

At the last sitting of the House of Representatives on November first, the government tabled three amendment bills following public outcry in the immigration and visa scandal. The bills include [...]

Deputy P.U.P. Party Leader maintains no participating in PAC hearings

  When the government turned down the restructuring of the Public Accounts Committee, the Opposition walked out and the hearing continued by the committee made up only of Government ministers. [...]

U.S. Missionary couple fined for failing to declare over $50,000

An American couple, a Pastor and his wife, were detained by the police and taken to court for failing to declare some twenty-eight thousand U.S. dollars, that’s a little under [...]

Julius Espat says recall efforts one step closer to becoming a reality

When we caught up earlier today with the P.U.P. Deputy Leader, Julius Espat, he told us that the recall effort of U.D.P. Cayo Northeast area representative Elvin Penner is one [...]

The United Nations’ Global Gender Gap Report 2013

A recently issued report by the United Nations shows that in respect of important indicators, Belize has regressed. The Global Gender Gap Report 2013 provides a comprehensive overview of current [...]

B.S.I. responds to BSCFA on bagasse

The Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association is making its media rounds this week.  BSCFA, as you know, wants to get a slice of the pie in respect of millions of [...]

Fired employees of BWS demand settlement for unlawful dismissal

Since their dismissal from the Belize Water Services Ltd. in early February, a group of five former employees, including Don Gillett, Colin Morrison, Charlette Barnett, Michael Novelo and Journett McKoy, [...]

BWS Workers Union failed to support former employees during investigation

Furthermore, the terminated employees say they are aggrieved by the fact that the Belize Water Services Workers Union, to which they were all members serving in various capacities, failed to [...]

Former employees want individual compensation

The group is seeking individual compensation from BWS since it is unlikely that they will be reinstated if the court finds the company guilty of wrongful termination.  Their lawyer, Senior [...]

Missing Dangriga teen returns home

A Dangriga family is tonight breathing a sigh of relief that their loved one is alive. Seventeen-year-old Hansel Garcia had disappeared some three weeks ago, following a threat on his [...]

Whistle blower on visa hustle to appear on Dickie Bradley Show

Later tonight on the Dickie Bradley Show, Alverine Burgess will be making an appearance. You have heard her voice, but tonight Burgess will face Dickie Bradley one on one with [...]

Veterans Day celebrates the life of 3 Belizeans

Today is being celebrated as Veterans Day, in honor of those who served in the armed forces during the World Wars.  Major conflicts of the First World War were formally [...]

James Adderley and the weekend sporting activities

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   For a 2nd week in a row, the seasonal rains has played havoc with the sporting scene across the [...]