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Undersized conch confiscated

The protection of Belize’s marine resources got a boost today with the arrest of three people caught red-handed with illegal sized conch in their possession. Responding to a tip, fisheries [...]

Rhett Fuller’s attorney says he will fight extradition

This afternoon the attorney, friends and family of Rhett Fuller, the young Belizean businessman presently facing extradition charges to the Unites States for allegedly being involved in a murder over [...]

Man tries to shoot wife

Police have released details of an incident of domestic violence over the weekend which has the common law husband in custody for reportedly trying to kill his wife with a [...]

Grandmother arrested for marijuana

A report out of the north reveals that one of our modern grannies may be involved in activities other than baby sitting and crocheting doilies. Seventy-seven year old Saturnina Gamboa [...]

Driver arrested for sex with child

Police have arrested a Belize City driver for allegedly having sexual relations with a twelve year old girl. The child told police last week that George Abrahams of Faber’s Road [...]

Two in custody for burglary

Police investigating the theft of almost thirty thousand dollars in cash and jewelry from a store in Belize City last week have apprehended two men and recovered some of the [...]

A.P. Rowland dies from illness

Assistant Commissioner of Police Alvan Rowland died this morning at the Karl Heusner Memorial after a short illness. Rowland devoted the greater part of his life to law enforcement entering [...]

“Roots” owner says station not for sale

Last night Channel Five reported that veteran broadcaster Colive Cabral was looking to buy the small Belize City radio station Roots Radio. Cabral told Channel Five’s Stewart Krohn that he [...]

Intern’l students hold exhibit at U.C.B.

If you wanted something other than rice and beans today, U.C.B. was the place to be. The International Fest and Dance featured something sweet, something sour and a lot of [...]

Startling new stats on HIV/AIDS

Most of us don’t want to hear about it anymore, but turning away won’t make it go away. Tonight Patrick Jones has a startling reminder of the AIDS epidemic that [...]

Musa and Barrow give views on judicial appointments

Earlier this week the Leader of the Opposition Dean Barrow sent a letter to the Prime Minister objecting to Said Musa’s proposal to revoke several appointments Barrow had made to [...]