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11 year old Stella Maris Student Knocked Down In Ladyville, Remains Comatose at K.H.M.H.

A young boy lies in critical condition at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital tonight. The eleven year old student of the Stella Maris School was hit by a vehicle this [...]

Killer Bees Swarm Cotton Tree, Dogs Stung to Death

And on the George Price Highway, residents of the quiet community of Cotton Tree just outside of Belmopan were panicked by a swarm of bees which quickly killed several dogs [...]

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of BISL, Legal Challenge Set for July

Two decisions were recently delivered by the Supreme Court. In the first case, the Supreme Court once again ruled in favor of Belize International Services Limited which was appropriated by [...]

Belize Bank Victorious in Court Against G.O.B.

In another matter recently before the Supreme Court, Justice Courtney Abel also ruled in favor of the Belize Bank.  He struck out a section of the Income Tax and Business [...]

Do you think the government will call early elections?

And our question for tonight is: Do you think the government will call early elections? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote [...]

Raul Magana Jr. Charged with Manslaughter in Death of Wife and Child

Thirty year old businessman, Raul Magana Junior on April twentieth, 2014, allegedly experienced a tire blow out that caused his vehicle to overturn on the Phillip Goldson Highway between Miles [...]

Acting Immigration Director Maria Marin Testifies in Tomlinson’s CCJ Case

Gay rights activist Maurice Tomlinson, who is challenging the existing immigration laws of Belize and Trinidad & Tobago, was back before the Caribbean Court of Justice today.  Tomlinson is suing [...]

Nestor Mendez Bids for Post of O.A.S. Deputy Secretary General

This Wednesday, at the Organization of American States in Washington, Ambassador Nestor Mendez will be vying for election to the position of Deputy Secretary General of the O.A.S.  Guyana is [...]

Judiciary to Receive Small Slice of 2015 Budget

In two weeks the Opposition will go to the House to debate the Prime Minister’s budget for 2015-2016. It’s a complex document, at least to the layman, but it’s important [...]

Is Unprecedented Spending on Short-term Jobs a Good Thing?

Over the next few weeks we’ll be taking a closer look at the budget, but one area demands immediate attention. It’s difficult to ignore the scope of the infrastructure works [...]

Former Cayo North Standard Bearer Airs Out P.U.P.

The People’s United Party National Executive has been convened to independence hall this Wednesday, a week after it last met. All day today, there have purportedly been reports that the [...]

Fisheries C.E.O. on Vessel Grounding on Reef

A French captain back on December thirty-first, 2014 crashed his thirty-five-foot steel hull vessel into the reef near some coral rubble when he missed the channel near Caye Caulker. Since [...]

Will Charges Be Brought Against Boat Captain Whose Vessel Ran Aground on Reef?

As to the French national who captained the vessel, he has not been seen or heard from since. So will there be any charges laid against him for the damage [...]

D.O.E. to Investigate Grounded Submersible

It’s been almost a week since a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) reported “lost” in Trinidad and Tobago in November 2014. The submersible was found last Wednesday in the waters [...]

Marine Conservation and Climate Change Adaptation Project Launched in Belize

A community-based project that looks at the impact of climate change on the ecosystem from a development standpoint was launched today by the Fisheries Department. The marine Conservation and Climate [...]

YWCA Celebrates 59 Years in Belize

The YWCA is celebrating a milestone in Belize- its fifty-ninth anniversary. Fulfilling a threefold mission since it started, the Belize Chapter of the Y offers instructional and training programmes that [...]

Vehicle Vendors Up In Arms in Sugar City

Vehicle vendors in Orange Walk are up in arms after the Orange Walk Town Council moved forcefully to remove them from where they are parked near the Central Park. It’s [...]

Cancer Society Receives Grant Funding from Abroad

The Belize Cancer Society is the recipient of a nine thousand five hundred U.S. dollar grant that was awarded by the Healthy Caribbean Coalition with funding from the American Cancer [...]