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Belize National Team Counts Down for Face Off With USA in Gold Cup 2013


Belizeans at home and abroad will tune in live at nine tonight as our National Football Team, the Jaguars squares off against the US National Team. Many have already made their predictions, and going by our boys’ last round in Costa Rica, a lot of Belizeans have already concluded that Belize is ready for the prime time stage. Love News ... Read More »

Galen University Boasts Basketball Team and Athletes Scholarships


Athletes from Galen University today signed a scholarship agreement in the capital city. Correspondent Fem Cruz has the highlights on the event. FEM CRUZ “Galen University held an athletic scholarship signing ceremony for the Student Athletic Basketball Agreement. This signing was held this morning at the George Price Centre for Peace and Development in Belmopan. Directors of Student Affairs, Mrs. ... Read More »

Past Cross Country Cyclist Remanded on Firearm Charges


Fifty-six year old Conrad Vincent Smith, former cross country cyclist, became an inmate of Belize Central Prison today when he appeared before Chief Magistrate Anne Marie smith and was arraigned on charges of two counts of kept firearm without a gun license and two counts of kept ammunition without a gun license. Smith pled not guilty to the charges. Chief ... Read More »

Altercation Ends in Death


Meanwhile, a murder occurred on Sunday in Bella Vista Village in the Stann Creek District. Correspondent Harry Arzu has the details. HARRY ARZU “Independence Police have one person in custody pending investigation into the stabbing death of a resident from Bella Vista Village in the Toledo District. It was a cool, festive night in the said village where a large ... Read More »

Belizean Woman Steals Credit Cards and Goes on Shopping Spree


In court news, a Belizean woman has entered guilty pleas to twenty four charges levied against her in Canada. According to, twenty six year old Nahyelie Maria Burn, who is originally from Orange Walk, has avoided deportation after being a given conditional discharge for a credit card fraud spree. While Burn was a student at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University ... Read More »

Newborn goes to the USA for life-saving surgery

He’s only been in the world for three weeks, but tonight Brian Williams, Junior is facing the first big hurdle of his life.  But the outpouring of support has provided an excellent opportunity the baby boy to overcome his medical condition.  Today, Love TV’s Patrick Jones and video journalist Brian Castillo were at the international airport as the three week ... Read More »

Teenager drowns in Benque Viejo del Carmen

A teenage boy is reported to have drowned in Benque Viejo del Carmen on Sunday afternoon.  According to reports, Rodney Javan Guerra was swimming in the Mopan River yesterday afternoon when he went under the water.  His friends reportedly took him out of the water and administered CPR and took him to the Mopan Clinic, but he died. Read More »

Guatemala provokes diplomatic incident with erroneous map at OAS

A diplomatic incident has erupted at the Organization of American States involving Belize and Guatemala. And it stems from a provocative map used by Guatemala in a video presentation showcasing our neighbor to the west where the OAS General Assembly will meet later this year.  The incident happened on Wednesday at the OAS headquarters in Washington, D.C. and Belize’s permanent ... Read More »

Teenager murdered near his home

A Belize City teenager was gunned down last night in the old capital.  Love TV’s Marion Ali and video journalist Myles Gillett worked the crime beat today and file this report. Read More »

Junior Minister Mark King suspended from Cabinet

The news broke while most Belizeans were sound asleep.  A pre-dawn ruckus near the Belize-Mexico border this morning had all the trappings of a low-budget Hollywood movie. Only thing is the star was one of Belize’s very own in the person of Junior Minister Mark King.  The result of the ugly incident has left a trail of embarrassment stretching from ... Read More »

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