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2 days since the mysterious disappearance of Ramon Cervantes Sr.

Orange Walk businessman Ramon Cervantes Sr. has been missing for over forty-eight hours. Cervantes was last seen as he headed to his farm on the San Roman Road early Tuesday [...]

Andrea Herbert’s suicide – could it have been prevented?

On Wednesday morning, the lifeless body of Andrea Herbert was retrieved from the Haulover Creek near the BelChina Bridge, amid speculation that she may have been killed and dumped into [...]

Tropic Air seeks settlement in land dispute

Tropic Air and the Construction Depot, one of the Benny’s Group of Companies, will seek a settlement after a multi-million dollar land dispute. That dispute arises from a human error [...]

Puerto Azul developers meet with government to chart the way forward

This morning, Minister of Immigration Godwin Hulse was in court for a libel suit he brought against the Belize Times. That matter will not go to full hearing as attorneys [...]

Work started on Harvest Caye for Norwegian Cruise Line Project

The Puerto Azul project is still months away from serious consideration, according to Hulse. But the Norwegian Cruise Line Project is a definite go. In fact, work has already started [...]

Gary Seawell returns to court and loses his fight for stay of execution

Gary Sewell has been fighting extradition to the US since 2010, and after a decision handed down by Justice Michelle Arana today, he will need to take that fight to [...]

Hulse maintains that Auditor General simply had to ask for help in investigation

The interim Auditor-General’s report was submitted almost four months ago and there is no sign of the final report which, hopefully, will be made privy to the public. Now we [...]

Hulse says he has confidence in Director of Immigration, Maria Marin

Minister Hulse also totally disregards some very serious criticism levied at his Director of Immigration Maria Marin. And even more than just criticism, the Auditor-General says that Marin can actually [...]

Zenaida Moya says her brother was murdered

Former Belize City Mayor Zenaida Moya and her family are grieving the death of her brother whom she believes was viciously attacked a week ago near the Conch Shell Bay [...]

Travis Navarro to stand trial for the murder of Dennis Gonguez Jr.

Dennis Rajiv Gonguez Junior, the son of the Chief Meteorologist met his untimely death on April twenty-ninth 2013 when he was executed in front of Brown Sugar Marketplace on North [...]

Derrick Munnings acquitted of the 2011 attempted murder of Donovan Pratt

While Navarro has been committed to stand trial in the Supreme Court, Derrick Munnings has been acquitted of an attempted murder charge. The twenty-one year old was accused of the [...]

Transgender woman, Vanessa Champagne, bailed

After two nights in lock down at the Belize Central Prison, transgender woman, Vanessa Champagne Paris is finally out on bail. Today, Vanessa, who’s birth name is Perfilio Rodriquez, was [...]

Rod of Correction meets to tackle national issues

The Rod of Correction met at the offices of the Belize National Teachers Union today to determine the leadership structure of the organization and to take a position on three [...]

CWU to hold elections for 3rd trustee of the Executive

It’s been seven and a half months since the executive of the Christian Workers Union has been reconstituted with Audrey Matura-Shepherd as its President. Former president, Antonio Gonzalez and his [...]

Belize Camping Experience 2014

Almost twenty acres of rice have been cultivated in the north by children from Belize City who are participating in the annual Harvest for Kids initiative.  In collaboration with Circle [...]