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Priest chops fellow priest in Cayo

Precise details have been difficult to come by, but sources have confirmed to News 5 that both police and the Roman Catholic Church are investigating an incident in which one [...]

Construction worker falls to death

Reports of accidental deaths over the long holiday weekend continue to trickle in to police. The latest fatality involves a Belize City construction worker. Seventeen-year-old Wilmer Alvarado, a Honduran of [...]

Mopan River claims life of Santa Elena man

Also on Christmas Day, a young man from the Cayo District lost his life, this time by drowning. According to friends, twenty-three year old Vincent Price of Santa Elena, along [...]

Mystery arsonist targets city family

As crimes go, vandalizing a vehicle is not in the same league with murder, rape or robbery…but for one Belize City woman, the heartless acts of an unknown antagonist have [...]

Belize temporarily bans U.S. beef

Connoisseurs of imported steaks will have to sharpen their teeth and settle for the local variety…at least for the near future. In the wake of the discovery of Mad Cow [...]

Year to date tourist arrivals up 18 percent

Even though we’ve been conditioned to expect nothing but good news from Belize’s booming tourism industry, the latest statistics are still pretty mind-boggling. For the first eleven months of the [...]

Bank raffle gives away new truck

It’s the season of raffles, and it is a rare Belizean that does not have at least one crumpled ticket stub occupying a hopeful place on the dining room table. [...]

Cyclists prepare for New Year’s race

While many of Belize’s ardent cycling fans will watch the action without the benefit of a night’s sleep, the riders will have to do their celebrating after the race. News [...]