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Douglas Williams suspected in Hummingbird assault

It probably is one of the longest villages in the entire country, spanning roughly eight miles along the hummingbird highway. These days it is also one of the loneliest, as [...]

Belize City man believed drowned at Boom

Police are combing the Belize River near Burrel Boom in search of a Belize City man who entered the waters and has not been seen since. 45-year-old Bernard Rosado was [...]

Man detained in San Pedro burglary

It is believed by many that crime in Belize City may actually be decreasing, but the same cannot be said of the tourist haven of San Pedro. In the latest [...]

Man charged in accidental death

“I thought it was an eye of a deer.” That’s what thirty one year old Modesto Matamoros is telling police as he was formally arrested and charged in the death [...]

Foreigner sentenced to six months in prison

Viewers may be wondering what ever happened to William Shaw. He’s the visitor who crashed through the northern border, was stopped several weeks later on traffic charges and then beat [...]

Lamp post burns and breaks

Late this evening, residents along Calle al Mar, just opposite the MCC Grounds, were forced to remain indoors as they first watched one of their lane’s lamp posts burn, then [...]

New Taiwanese Ambassador presents credentials

The new ambassador from the Republic of China on Taiwan, Kuo-Hsiung Shen, today presented his credentials to Governor General Sir Colville Young in Belmopan. The Governor General is no stranger [...]

Red Cross Thrift Center dedicated

At another brief ceremony in the Nation’s Capital British High Commissioner Gordon Baker this morning inaugurated a new thrift center for the Belmopan branch of the Belize Red Cross. The [...]

Music piracy still strong in Trinidad

After many years of dormancy, a copyright bill appears ready to be reintroduced into law, as part of government’s efforts to uphold its obligations as a member of the World [...]

Ambergris Museum set to open

Even though the Government of Belize canceled its predecessor’s plans to build a national museum in Belmopan, a number of smaller museum projects have popped up in Belize City and [...]