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3 children dead in traffic mishaps

Three children have lost their lives in two separate traffic accidents over the weekend. On Saturday morning, six-year-old Samantha Jones of Esperanza was killed when she was hit by a [...]

Paralyzed accident victim succumbs to injuries

And in related news, we regret to report that eighteen-year-old Ellion Augustine, the subject of a story we ran on Friday, has died of his injuries. Augustine had been left [...]

Guatemalans arrested for Bullet Tree robbery

Police have made arrests in two recent crimes in the Cayo District. Eighteen-year-old Usiel Orellano and seventeen-year-old Bryen Orellano, both Guatemalans, are believed to be part of a gang from [...]

Suspects detained in other crimes

Meanwhile in Belmopan three men have been detained for last week’s burglary of the Small Farmers and Business Bank. Close to three thousand five hundred dollars in cash and cheques, [...]

Maskall squabble not over yet

The less said about this next story, the better. Suffice to say that just when you thought it was safe to enter the community centre at Maskall…yeah, you guessed it: [...]

DPP beefs up staff

An announcement from the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions indicates that new appointments have brought that important part of our justice system up to full strength. New members [...]

Stevedores study Port proposal

Waterfront employees were back on the picket lines this afternoon at the port compound on Caesar Ridge Road, even as the union representing them was pouring over proposals for the [...]

Nun travels world on a mission

She is a world traveller who claims to have visited two hundred and nineteen countries, admittedly a number greater than we ever knew existed. And while we didn’t check her [...]

Corozal Hindus celebrate Diwali

And while some Christians may believe that the end is near, members of Belize’s Hindu Community are busy celebrating their new year. It’s called Diwali, or the festival of lights, [...]

ACC advance in High School hoops

James Adderley, Reporting Good evening, I’m James Adderley with this fresh delivery of Sports Monday. November twenty-sixth brings up Muscle Mania: a presentation by the Belize Amateur Body Building Association [...]