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Patrick Faber: “To hell with it!”

The Deputy Prime Minister Patrick Faber was not at the start of today’s cabinet sitting in Belmopan. It means he did not face his colleagues around the table who on [...]

Deputy Prime Minister: ‘there is a lot of corruption’

The Deputy Prime Minister also spoke on corruption among politicians. He says that there is a lot of corruption and the politicians are corrupt because the people are corrupt too.  [...]

Faber Says G.O.B. Needs to do a Better Job in Addressing Youth Issues

Parts of Faber’s speech also touched on the budget, saying the youth are being short changed since little is spent on the future of the country.  Faber admitted that the [...]

Eric Tillett Survives Wild Attempt on His Life

Turning to crime, Belize City Resident Eric Tillett was on his way home on Lavender Street when he came under fire attack. A volley of bullets were unleashed and as [...]

Centaur Cable Held Up in Ladyville

This morning around nine-thirty, a pair of thieves entered the office of Centaur Cable in Ladyville.  While one of them inquired about an unknown individual, the other brandished a firearm [...]

“Rebel” is Committed to Stand Trial for Sexual Assault of Minor

A fifty-one-year-old man will have to stand trial at the January 2020 session of the Supreme Court for a horrible sexual offense of a child, only three years old. Alfonso [...]

Suspended Sentence for Jordan Pitts, Guilty of Robbery

In the Supreme Court, Jordan Pitts was fortunate to be spared jail time when he pleaded guilty to a charge of robbery. Pitts appeared in the courtroom of Justice Colin [...]

A Life-Changing Surgery for a Mother of 3

For twenty years of her life, a Guinea Grass resident endured pain from an external hernia that developed so big that she carried her organs outside her body.  The mother [...]

Father Alleges that His Baby was Injured while in Human Services Custody

Kevin Arnold Senior alleges that his seven-month-old baby boy was injured while in the custody of the Human Services Department. According to Arnold, the boy and his two-year-old sister were [...]

A Plea for Help for Robbery

On Monday, the family of Aspinal Welch, who is incarcerated at the Belize Central Prison while awaiting trial for attempted murder, shared their story with us about his struggle behind [...]

Belize CitCo to Appeal Candice Miller’s $300K Judgment

In early October Supreme Court Justice Courtenay Abel ruled in favour of Candice Miller, former City Administrator.  Miller was contracted by former Mayor Darrell Bradley and was awarded a contract extension [...]

Mayor Wagner Says Belize City Council Doing Financially Well

Mayor Bernard Wagner also spoke on the council’s financial operations. The Mayor says that the council is gradually emerging from the slow season and has been able to meet every [...]

Hand in Hand Ministries and Social Security Help Single Mom Own a New Home

The family of Amanda Leiva is resting comfortably tonight in their new home. The mother of two received the keys to their new home this afternoon. Hand in Hand Ministries [...]

Historical Swing Bridge Being Repaired

Repairs on the historical Swing Bridge continue in the downtown area of the City. The Belize City Council’s initial assessment of the state of the Swing Bridge revealed serious structural [...]

Deveene Martinez is Ms. Garifuna Belize 2019-2020

Miss Garifuna Hopkins, Deveene Martinez was crowned Miss Garifuna Belize 2019-2020 over the weekend by the National Garifuna Council at the annual Miss Garifuna Belize Cultural Pageant. Following the National [...]

Mayor Bernard Wagner Clarifies Water Shortage at City Hall

The Belize City Council says it is in the process of seeking legal advice to take action against the Guardian’s Newspaper for an article published regarding a shortage of water [...]

University of West Indies Hosts Belize Country Conference 2019

A two-day conference focusing on youths is underway in Belize City. It is being hosted by the University of the West Indies. The discussions are taking on issues of gender [...]

Climate Change and Ecosystem-based Adaptation

The Caribbean Community Climate Change Center and the UN Convention on Biological Diversity are hosting the first of a series of regional dialogue sessions aimed at raising awareness and identifying [...]

F.F.B. Holds Licensing Course for Football Coaches

The Football Federation of Belize is holding a ‘National D License Coaching Course’ throughout the country in November and December. The course for the Belize District kicked off today at [...]

The 14th Edition of the Belize International Film Festival

The fourteen edition of the Film Festival opens this Wednesday and we will be airing the event here on this station.  A long list of films will be screened, including [...]

Time Fu Eat to Premiere at 2019 International Film Festival

A fifteen-minute short directed by Carlo Habet is premiering at the 2019 International Film Festival.  The original screenplay for Time Fu Eat was written by Carlo and Andre Habet and [...]