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Security breech at K.H.M.H. threatens lives

In September, a gang of men intent on inflicting street justice on a patient, stormed through the doors of the K.H.M.H. armed with machetes and created quite a stir before [...]

One dead, three in hospital after weekend accident

A traffic accident on the Northern Highway has left one man dead and three others hospitalised. According to police, thirty-five year old Elvis Dawson of Gardenia Village was heading north [...]

Belmont gas robbed; owner shot

A Corozal businessman is in the hospital tonight after he was shot during a robbery attempt over the weekend. According to police reports, forty-two year old Kim Longsworth of Belmont [...]

Chinese businessman robbed of jewelry and cash

A Belize City businessman was also robbed over the weekend. According to police reports, Wei Chen of Vernon Street was going into his house just before 2:00 a.m. on Saturday [...]

CFZ man arrested for pirating Microsoft products

There has been a lot of controversy lately over the Corozal Free Zone and the role it plays in siphoning off Belize’s hard currency. But a police report today indicates [...]

New hearing called in Tower Hill inquiry

Nearly six months after the Tower Hill riot, an official report has yet to be presented to the public. Shortly after the incident a commission of inquiry was established with [...]

Teachers get training to deal w/dyslexia

Most schools are out for the holidays, but a few teachers are still in the classroom. This morning, teachers from all over the country met in Belize City to discuss [...]

C.A.P.U. to march against BTL…again

They promise no rent-a-crowd and more importantly, no political band standing. The Committee for Action on Public Utilities, organisers of a second protest against the Belize Telecommunications Limited, say they [...]

Michael Gordon: Can he fit in your stocking?

With seven more shopping days left before Christmas, you can bet every lunch hour and after work time will be spent scouring stores for that perfect present for your loved [...]

Jacintoville takes a licking from Yabra

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and welcomed to Sports Monday. In a tale of teams streaking in opposite directions, week eight of the Regent’s Cup Tournament found Jacintoville of Toledo [...]