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3 dead, 6 children orphaned in traffic accident

The reports of tragedy began to come in early and didn’t let up until mid afternoon. By newstime it was clear that at least six people were confirmed dead today [...]

Stepson stabs stepfather to death in Biscayne

A resident of Biscayne Village has died at the hands of his stepson. Police say around 8:00 on Monday night Gilbert Lamb, seventeen, had a quarrel with his thirty-eight year [...]

Prisoner wounded in stabbing attack

Another stabbing incident, this one at the Hattieville Prison, has left an inmate recuperating from his wounds. Reports are that prisoners Erlin White and Marlon Fisher had a fight while [...]

Body found in Corozal

Police have found a dead body in Corozal. He is identified as sixty-eight year old Theodocio Tzul of Santa Rita. Tzul was discovered in the Finca Solana area of Corozal [...]

Suspect detained in Corozal murder/rape

Police have finally caught one of the four men they believe murdered a woman in cold blood, injured her husband and raped a young lady on Thursday in Corozal and [...]

Security guard suspected in Cayo robbery

Police have detained a security guard for questioning in connection with the robbery of the Belize Water Services office in Santa Elena, Cayo. B.W.S. public relations officer Paul Lecky told [...]

Prime Minister returns from Korea

Prime Minister Said Musa returned home today after a four-day official visit to South Korea. According to a government press release, the P.M. met President Kim Dae Jung at the [...]

Ribbon cut on new Iguana Creek Bridge

The name became synonymous with government ineptitude when an earlier attempt to build a new bridge at the location resulted in the incomplete structure being washed away in a flood. [...]

Free zone to be established at airport

The impending privatisation of the management of the Philip Goldson International Airport has received some recent media attention, but less obvious on the radar screen has been an ongoing negotiation [...]