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Police officer/BDF soldiers involved in kidnapping

It’s a story that threatens to permanently and seriously damage the reputation of Belizean law enforcement: a uniformed police officer and two uniformed members of the Belize Defence Force involved [...]

Baby overdoses on anti-depressants

Tonight a young mother is mourning the loss of her only child, while the cops try to figure out what caused the infant to die. On Friday morning, the parents [...]

Northern Hwy. accident leaves woman critical

Meanwhile, another Belize City mother is at her daughter’s bedside at the K.H.M.H. willing her to live. A single vehicle traffic accident on the Northern Highway in the early morning [...]

Fire engine parade to light up Bz. City

If the sights and sounds of Carnival on Saturday haven’t gotten you into the celebration spirit yet, then tonight’s fire engine parade should do the trick. Starting at seven p.m. [...]

AIDS quilt to tour Belize

It’s a situation that should scare you to the centre of your very being…but even now, with Belize boasting the highest rate of HIV infection per capita and thousands of [...]

Bmp. City breaks ground for new police station

For years one of the adjectives used to describe life in Belmopan has been “safe”. But recently, incidents of violent crime have threatened to dispel that popular belief. With that [...]

First jouvet goes off in style

If you thought the carnival enthusiasts looked just a “mite” tired when they pulled into the B.T.L. Park, most of them had good reason to be. Hours before the road [...]

Sutherland flexes his way into Mr. Belize title

Good evening I’m James Adderley and you’ve just logged on to this phat version of Sports Monday. Our national celebrations have brought with it the usual flurry of sporting activities. [...]