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Huong Chong Park Gets Supreme Court Bail

Huong Chong Park, a Korean woman charged along with American Bradley Paumen, Lisburn Anderson and Jahangir Abadi last Wednesday, is the last of the bunch to be freed on bail. [...]

Attorney Dickie Bradley Says Charge Will Never Stand Up in Court

As Bradley stated, Justice Gonzalez at one point in court clearly contemplated holding all Park’s assets in-country as bail. Just before granting bail, he was handed documents which represented a [...]

Cyclist Kaya Cattouse Fires Back At CFB through Her Attorney

On Thursday night, we brought you coverage of a brewing storm between elite female cyclist Kaya Cattouse and Cycling Federation of Belize President Dion Leslie. On Tuesday, Leslie wrote Cattouse [...]

FECTAB Rails at NICH and B.T.B.

The association comprised of small tour guides and operators, Federation of Cruise Tourism Associations of Belize, has stated that it will continue to ramp up the pressure on Government, NICH [...]

David Almendarez Claims Small Operators Are Unfairly Regulated

Almendarez and members of FECTAB have maintained that small operators are being unfairly treated while big companies get all the perks. They cite the many safety rules and structures which [...]

Yhony Rosado Calls on G.O.B. to Help Small Operators

As he does at every conference and every opportunity, small tour operator Yhony Rosado of called on government to act on their behalf. He claims that the livelihood of [...]

Yhony Rosado’s Tire Shop Back in Business

Yhony Rosado’s tire shop on the Phillip Goldson Highway is back open. On January twenty-sixth Econo Tires was closed down by City Council employees over some confusion about a trade [...]

14 Pounds of Weed in Vehicle Wrecked by Drunken Driver

A Belize City man is lucky to be out on bail tonight and luckier to be alive after he got drunk and slammed his red Ford Escape into a tree [...]

RED’s Rapid Response Team Finds Weed in Bermudian Landing

Hours after that, officers from the Rural Eastern Division’s Rapid Response Team found another cache of weed. At about nine-thirty, they conducted searches on several male persons hanging out at [...]

Sr. Supt. Chester Williams Fires Back at Attorney Oscar Selgado

On Thursday, we interviewed attorney Oscar Selgado, representing accused murderer and sex offender Bert Vasquez. Selgado claimed on national television that his client will walk because Police have absolutely no [...]

Belize City Man Arraigned for Drug Trafficking

Today in court, Mark Lopez, a resident of Faber’s Road, Belize City was arraigned on a single charge of drug trafficking for ninety-four grams of cannabis. He appeared before Magistrate [...]

Will Cane Cutters Be Replaced by Mechanical Harvesting?

In the months of the sugar crop, thousands of laborers are employed in fields to plant and cut cane.  The practice is as old as the history of the local [...]

Mechanical Harvesters Will Mean Less Mud

To assist with the development of the strategic plan for the industry, ASR has brought in sugar consultant Modesto Ulloa. Ulloa’s role is to bring new ideas and technology to [...]

Dara Hosts 14th Annual Bob Marley Tribute and Food Drive

Humanitarian Dara Robinson is hosting another fundraising event to help the many children that benefit from his feeding program. On Sunday at the Bird’s Isle in Belize City, the fourteenth [...]

Who Jacked a $100,000 Vessel in San Pedro?

Brazen thieves made away with a thirty-five-foot boat on the island of San Pedro. The boat was stolen on Thursday morning from the Grand Colony Dock; it belongs to Island [...]

Belizean Featured for Fight Against Cancer

World Cancer Day was celebrated on Thursday; the news in Belize is that a staggering number of persons are affected with cancer and that figure is on an upward trend. [...]