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Police Called in to Investigate Land Fraud

At least twelve instances of land fraud have been discovered, going as far back as 2012. Land scammers are apparently focusing on three areas so far, including Consejo, Commerce Bight [...]

Stake Bank/FSTV and G.O.B. in Court

Michael Feinstein, developer of the Stake Bank/Drowned Cayes cruise port project, is suing the Government of Belize and owners of the Fort Street Tourism Village over agreements signed in the [...]

2 Minors Gunned Down in Orange Walk

There has been only one other murder in Orange Walk since the beginning the year, but on Saturday night, all that changed when two teenage friends were gruesomely murdered in [...]

O.W. Salesman Shot

There was also an attempt made of the life of a forty-one year old salesman of Orange Walk Town on Saturday night. Around eleven o’clock, Rosendo Santana was at his [...]

City Resident Remanded for Attempted Murder

There was also a shooting in the city over the weekend. Early on Saturday morning, police headed to the corner of Faber’s Road and Central American Boulevard, where they found [...]

RTA Victim Succumbs

Eleven-year-old Austin Olivera Junior has succumbed on Sunday night to injuries he received last Tuesday when he was knocked down by a tour guide near the Airport Road in Ladyville.  [...]

Frustration at the K.H.M.H.

Today, police had to be called in to the K.H.M.H. Emergency Area after an irate patient smashed the glass entrance door, cutting himself badly. The story is an old and [...]

Fuel Shortage Hasn’t Impacted Security Services

Tonight diesel fuel remains an extremely scarce commodity in the country…and those few gas stations that have gotten stock in by tanker truck from Guatemala are dispensing frugally. The ship [...]

Minor Impregnated by Brother in PG

There is a disturbing report of incest that allegedly occurred in southern Belize. An underage sixteen year old girl reports that a brother had sexual intercourse with her earlier this [...]

Bus Drivers in the North Head to the Border for Diesel

Going into the weekend, a shortage of diesel and premium fuel is having serious effects on the transportation industry so much so that public transportation is heading across the border [...]

Football Federation Tackles Deon McCauley

Deon McCauley, Belize’s star player will not be playing in the first world cup qualifying match against Grand Cayman next week. McCauley called us on Thursday to say that he [...]

Manu McCauley Steps Up to Defend His Son’s Honor

But, not so fast says David Manu McCauley. The veteran footballer and father of Deon McCauley is refuting some of the claims being made by the F.F.B. He says his [...]

Mac & Cheese and Blue Bell Ice Cream Recalled in Belize

Macaroni and cheese is a staple in most pantries in households in Belize. It’s a kids favorite; but, let’s be honest, even adults enjoy it. The same goes for ice-cream, [...]

Jack Charles Imports Rice from Guyana Amid Self-sufficient Local Market

Businessman Jack Charles of Extra House Supermarket issued a statement today confirming that he is the businessman who wants to import rice into the country even though Belize is self [...]

Akeem Thurton Appeals Conviction for Attempted Murder of Rodwell Williams

Justices Samuel Awich, Dennis Morrison and Christopher Blackman have reserved judgment until next Friday, March 27, on the case of 23 year old Akeem Thurton, convicted in March of 2012 [...]

Retired Teacher Herman Lambey Indicted for Sexual Offences

A retired teacher, Herman Lambey, who was once a Principal at the Queen Street Baptist School headed to court today to answer to three criminal offenses including Aggravated Assault of [...]

Diesel Shortage Prompts Rationing of Available Fuel at the Pumps

Tonight there is a countrywide shortage of diesel and premium at the pumps amid heavy demand for fuel which is causing a mess in the transport and industrial sectors.  The [...]

What’s Behind the Delay in Shipment of Petroleum to Belize?

The shortage of premium and diesel is a most unusual case and while the insufficiency persists, retailers have been told to give priority to government’s essential services, as well as [...]

Will Cruise Ship Arrivals Be Affected by Fuel Dearth?

The shortage of fuel already has Belizeans alarmed about private and public transportation. Well, the news of the shortage had others speculating that cruise ships coming into the Belize were [...]

Fire Guts Allenby Street Property

Eight persons, members of the Herrera family, are without a roof over their heads following a fire that destroyed their house at corner of Allenby Street and East Collet Canal [...]

Lord Michael Ashcroft to Make Appearance at Spoonaz Café on Friday

And on a lighter note, Lord Michael Ashcroft is back in Belize. On a previous visit, he attracted plenty attention when a photograph was taken of him having breakfast with [...]

Friends of Conservation Graduates New Rangers for Chiquibul Patrols

For years Friends for Conservation and Development has been battling the illegal incursions of Guatemalans into the Chiquibul National Park. These Guatemalans come to cut our timber, harvest our xate, [...]

Say What? No Deon McCauley on Belize National Football Team!

T he National Football Team was announced about three weeks ago and one name was noticeably missing. Belize’s star striker, Deon McCauley, was not listed as one of the members [...]

Late Afternoon Inferno Destroys Home on Allenby Street

Just before four-thirty this evening, fire destroyed a home at number one forty four Allenby Street in Belize City.  There were three structures in the corner lot, including the two-storey [...]

Ambassador Nestor Mendez is New Assistant Secretary General to O.A.S.

A historic vote took place at the Organization of American States in Washington. Belize’s Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States, Ambassador Nestor Mendez, who is also accredited to [...]