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C.Y.D.P Supervisor, Raheem Arnold Gunned Down in front of His House

We begin this evening’s newscast with the ruthless ambush and murder of a man in front of his home in Belize City on Sunday morning. It happened at number six [...]

Floyd Montero is Gunned Down in Camalote

The murder of a young man in Camalote Village at the start of the weekend has plunged a family into deep sadness once again, as they were still grieving the [...]

Police Upset At Belmopan Family’s Claim That Robbers Wore “Police Boots”

A family from Belmopan says that they were victims of a home invasion on Thursday, during which the intruders reportedly wore police boots. It’s a claim that ticked off the [...]

Overnight Fire Displaces 190 Students at St. Matthew’s Government School

Over the years, St. Matthew’s Government School has been burglarized and vandalized by thieves who broke into classrooms during the summer vacation when teachers and students were away from the [...]

Alleged Drunk Driver Charged in Connection With Fatal RTA in Ladyville

A fifty-two-year-old Belize City resident is tonight behind bars for the death of a twenty-three-year-old Belize City disc jockey.  Fifty-two-year-old Manuel Ramos is being accused of driving under the influence [...]

Minors on Motorbike Crash into Vehicle; One Dies, the Other Seriously Injured

Two little brothers from Blue Creek Village, Orange Walk District were victims of a traffic accident that claimed one of their lives on Saturday. One of the siblings perished at [...]

Another Traffic Fatality, This Time on the Hummingbird…

Another traffic accident on the Hummingbird Highway proved to be fatal on Sunday evening. It involved a pickup truck, but the Police Department’s Communications Director, A.S.P. Fitzroy Yearwood explained that [...]

Landy Habet Discusses the Latest on Appeals Tribunal

On Friday, we reported that a claim had been filed against the Minister of Sustainable Development in the High Court on behalf of Waterloo Holdings.  This is in respect of [...]

What’s the Fate of the Appeals Tribunal?

Minister Habet also chimed in on Waterloo’s position that the revision of the E.I.A. Regulation purposely places the company at a disadvantage, notwithstanding the fact that the appeal process is [...]

Ladyville Man Jailed For Allegedly Stealing a Cell Phone While Intoxicated

A Ladyville man is behind bars for burglary after allegedly breaking into a home and stealing a cell phone. Freddy Vasquez is accused of entering the home of Ladyville resident [...]

Belize City Man Jailed After Failing to Pay $2010 Court Fine

Tonight, Belize City resident, Kirk Pitts finds himself behind bars after falling short on his promise to pay money towards an outstanding court fine. Back in February, Pitts was pardoned [...]

Wildlife Rehab Centers Sign M.O.U. with Forest Department

In commemoration of World Wildlife Day, Minister of Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management, Orlando Habet, has formalized government’s commitment with nine local wildlife rehabilitation centers via a [...]

Wildtracks is Recognized by Forest Dept. for Local Conservation Efforts

The Forest Department also awarded Wildtracks, one of its rehabilitation partners for its outstanding contribution to wildlife conservation and rehabilitation.  Since its inception in 1990, Wildtracks has responded to numerous [...]

Lucky Belizean in Diaspora Wins Land Raffle in Belize

The Diaspora Relations Unit (D.R.U.) within the Ministry of Tourism & Diaspora Relations ran a one-year campaign where members of the Diaspora got a chance to register into the Diaspora [...]

A Review of the Weekend in Sports

Good evening and welcome to another edition of Sports Monday, I am Paul Lopez.  It was another weekend of high-flying, goal-scoring and road-racing events across the country. We will tell [...]