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Visually impaired man testifies in the murder trial of Aracely Cahueque

Today, the full trial of twenty-one year old Aracely Caheque continued in the court of Justice Denis Hanomansingh, following a ruling on legal arguments presented. The media is not allowed [...]

Staggering 117 counts of theft against former cashier at Travellers

A former cashier with Traveller’s Liquors Limited was arraigned today for a staggering one hundred and seventeen counts of theft. Twenty-four year old Los Lagos Resident, Rashida Kira Sedacy, who [...]

Biscayne school is robbed of laptops

Travellers Liquors is not the only organization that has experienced theft. An overnight break-in at Biscayne Government School, which resulted in the theft of a number of laptops and audiovisual [...]

SATIIM takes U.S. Capital to court to stop pre-drilling activities in national park

The Sarstoon Temash Institute for Indigenous Management, SATIIM, is heading back to court, despite a pending decision on an ongoing suit against the Government of Belize.  Last Wednesday, SATIIM filed [...]

Do you think that the resignations of the Esquivels will hurt the U.D.P.?

And our question for tonight is: Do you think that the resignations of the Esquivels will hurt the U.D.P.? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 [...]

Cabinet discuss resignation of the Esquivels

As we reported last night, the U.D.P. is rocking from the resignation from the two time former prime minister and party leader of the United Democratic Party, Manuel Esquivel. His [...]

50 sacks of contraband sugar; 3 Guatemalans charged for immigration offenses

A trio of Guatemalan nationals has been charged for immigration offenses after being nabbed by authorities in Toledo attempting to contraband fifty sacks of sugar.  Over the weekend, the men [...]

Students in Bermudian Landing without potable water for 3 long weeks

In Bermudian Landing, a community in the Belize River Valley, the only government managed primary school, was about to close today because of a three-week old water crisis. The Belize [...]

Gary Seawell’s extradition case is heard before the Chief Magistrate

Accused drug trafficker, Gary Gordon Seawell, finally had his day in court today after his case saw a number of adjournments. He is accused of masterminding a large-scale cocaine moving [...]

Darrington Lauriano Jr. arraigned in court

Darrington Lauriano Junior was busted at the parking lot of the Karl Huesner Memorial Hospital on Monday morning by alert police who found marijuana and a firearm in a suitcase [...]

Andrew Augustine survived shot to the neck by gang member

On February twenty-third, twenty-one year old Andrew Augustine was leaving his aunt’s house en route to his home on Balan Street, also in the Lake Independence area. But when he [...]

Belize City youth claims police assisted his attacker

On February twenty-fifth, twenty-three year old Stephan Anderson was charged for the Attempted Murder, Use of Deadly Means of Harm, and Dangerous Harm against Augustine. But are the Police responsible, [...]

Malcom X’s daughter on tour in Belize

Since 2002, Ambassador at Large for Belize, Ambassador Shabazz, has been promoting Belize. It’s been two years since her last visit to the jewel, but her work continues in the [...]

Unions call for a boycott of Bowen products

The Belize Communications Workers’ Union, the Association of Public Service Senior Managers and the National Trade Union Congress of Belize have joined to issue a fiery release aimed at local [...]

Former Guatemalan President to plead guilty to money laundering in New York

Former President of Guatemala Alfonso Portillo has agreed to plead guilty to money laundering charges in a New York court. Portillo, president from 2000 to 2004, transferred two point five [...]

Japan Day celebrated in Belize

Japan is located several continents away from Belize, but this Saturday, that Asian country brought its culture to the Jewel. An all-day event was held at the Princess Hotel, where [...]