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Increase in domestic violence evident in stats/stories

It is one of those subjects that many people don’t like to talk about, which could be why domestic violence is on the increase in Belize. In 2003, one thousand [...]

Doctors: assault victim making slow recovery

Armed with a physical description, Belize City Police continue to look for the prime suspect in the vicious attack of thirteen year old Stanwell Arana. The teenager was found unconscious [...]

Armed robbery leaves 1 critical; 3 on the run

Police are tonight searching the city for a van and three people believed to be involved in a mid morning armed hold up and shooting near Lord Ridge Cemetery on [...]

No arrests yet in mysterious death of pregnant woman

In the north, detectives continue to investigate the mysterious death of eighteen year old Mary Enns. Enns, eight months pregnant at the time, had been reported missing on September third [...]

Stabbing in San Pedro ends in arrest/charges

An attempted robbery on Ambergris Caye has left the victim hospitalized but the bad guy is in police custody. According to officers stationed in San Pedro, thirty-nine year old Said [...]

National coastal clean up finds too much plastic

Most people spend their Saturdays resting and relaxing at home after a hard week’s work. But in late September, over eight hundred volunteers including students, members of scouts and various [...]

Opposition weighs in on controversial Carnival contract

After months of speculation, the contract signed between the Government of Belize and the Carnival Corporation is now in the public domain. And using copies provided by the website “freebelize.org”, [...]

ATVs are the latest in jungle adventure

The buzz in tourism might be centered on cruise tourism these days, but some Belizean entrepreneurs are going against the grain, designing adventure packages aimed squarely at residents and overnight [...]