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“T Dog” shot to death by prison guard

One month after he was remanded for the murder of Dean Belisle, twenty-eight year old Mark “T Dog” Stuart is dead, killed by a prison officer at the Hattieville Correctional [...]

Accused murderer wounded during capture

While the marksmanship of the prison guard may have been deadly accurate, in the Stann Creek District the discharge of a police officer’s weapon had a less final result. A [...]

Two incest cases reported by police

It is believed to be more common than most Belizeans would care to admit, but the crime of incest is seldom reported to authorities. Tonight, however, police are citing two [...]

Fire puts food vendor out of business

The fire this morning on the outskirts of Belize City wasn’t a big blaze, but it was enough to put one budding entrepreneur at least temporarily out of business. Jacqueline [...]

Lawyer: Affif is on holiday, not on the lam

And in an update to a story we reported on earlier this week relating to the passport scandal, this afternoon attorney Michel Chebat informed us that his client, businessman Gabby [...]

B.T.L. awards 15 high school scholarships

This afternoon, fifteen students from primary schools across the country were awarded four-year scholarships to attend the high school of their choice. The assistance is part of B.T.L.’s high school [...]

July tourism figures show record results

If you’ve been to any of Belize’s tourism hotspots this summer, you would have noticed that what was once considered the slow season has turned into a very busy time [...]

More tourists rent scooters, run risks

One aspect of the tourism boom that Belize City residents may have noticed is the proliferation of motor scooters driven by some of those hundreds of thousands of cruise ship [...]

P.M. leads Central Americans at Taiwan summit

If you haven’t seen Prime Minister Said Musa on this newscast for a few days it’s because he’s leading a top-level delegation to Taiwan. Musa, in his role as President [...]

One more campaign to tame traffic

Traffic: the seriousness of the problem is exceeded only by the number of times authorities announce measures to solve it. Here we go again. Jacqueline Woods, Reporting It is not [...]