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No conclusion yet in blood scandal

There was no shortage of police news over the four day holiday weekend: everything from drownings to stickups, traffic accidents, stabbings and a hit and run. But the crime we’ll [...]

3 drown in separate holiday tragedies

The long holiday weekend was the backdrop for three drownings. Branch Mouth, the area where the Macal and Mopan merge to form the Belize River, was the scene of a [...]

Hit and run victim dies at hospital

A hit and run on Western Highway has resulted in the death of a pedestrian. Around midnight on Good Friday night, a motorist passing by mile fifty-two picked up an [...]

27 injured in bus crash

A slow moving truck, two aggressive busses and a dangerous curve combined to send twenty-seven passengers to the hospital this morning. Around 6:30, the truck, with two busses behind it, [...]

Tourists robbed in Bz. City, Cayo

Tourists were the victims of crime in two separate incidents over the long weekend. On Saturday a British visitor was robbed at gunpoint as he conversed with the daughter of [...]

Second suspect charged in bank heist

In news just in another arrest has been made in the burglary of the Belize Bank in San Ignacio. Twenty-three year old Louis Leslie Castellanos of Santa Elena was arrested [...]

Princess arrives for visit

The woman known by most of the world as Princess Anne, formally titled Princess Royal, arrived this evening for a visit that will take her to a wide variety of [...]

Seminar looks at exploitation of women, children

We often hear horror stories of third world women and children being exploited in everything from forced prostitution to outright slavery. Today Belize began the process of looking at its [...]

“Jawmain” brings garland back home

Good evening I’m James Adderley and we certainly want to welcome you to this serving of Sports Monday. The 73rd Annual Cross-Country Classic fell victim to its most controversial start [...]