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P.G. under quarantine; medflies found in fruits

Farmers and fruit vendors operating in and around the Punta Gorda town limits are under quarantine tonight after inspections by officials from the Ministry of Agriculture done over the weekend [...]

8-year-old dies in weekend traffic accident

Two people, one of them a young boy, are dead tonight as a result of an accident in the Mountain Pine Ridge on Sunday. According to police, around 4:40 p.m., [...]

Roaring Creek knight in shining armour stabbed

A Belmopan man is recovering from multiple stab wounds, a consequence of helping a woman being attacked. According to officers from the capital city, around 2:30 Sunday morning, Clifford Matute [...]

Bz. City youths charged with Burgess murder

Tonight, Belize City teenagers have been charged with murder in connection with the death of an elderly man. Last week Wednesday, sixty-four year old Cleophas Burgess succumbed to injuries he [...]

13-year-old attacked by men with metal bat

As the Burgess family mourns the loss of a loved one, another Belize City family is keeping a bedside vigil at the K.H.M.H. after their teenaged son was also hit [...]

Fisherman chopped in head in fight over money

A Sunday night fight over borrowed money has left one man suffering from chop wounds to the head. According to fisherman Anibal Chuc, just before 9:00 on Sunday night, he [...]

Baker in court; neighbour claims too much smoke

The trial of the baker versus his neighbour began in the Supreme Court today, the climax to a situation that has divided residents of Corozal town. Sixty-two year old Eugene [...]

Burglars hit home of Ladyville Priest

According to Belize City police, on average, everyday three burglaries are reported. But authorities believed many other break-ins go undocumented as homeowners simply double up on security and hope it [...]

Min. calls on rookie cops to use community policing

While the list of weekend crime might seem disheartening, tonight there is good news to report in the fight to bring the situation under control. On Friday, forty-two Belizeans were [...]

P.M. to Guyana for Heads of Gov’t meeting

Prime Minister Said Musa left Belize today for Guyana to meet with Caribbean leaders as part of the twenty-third regular meeting of the conference of Heads of Government. While in [...]

Dept. of Women launch health and nutrition month

This month the Department of Women’s Affairs has organized a number of activities to promote a healthy lifestyle. During Health and Nutrition Month, sessions will be held focusing on diseases [...]

Using the pool? The Y offers safety tips

With the kids on holiday and the heat in the nineties almost every day, Belizeans are cooling off in any body of clean water they can find. For city residents, [...]

Volleyball tournament ends with a bang

Good evening I’m James Adderley and allow me to welcome you to this brand new version of Sports Monday. After a year in the semi-pro ranks, Sir George and the [...]