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Accused copkiller turns himself in

The manhunt for accused cop killer Earl Young is officially over and the twenty-four year old suspect is tonight in lockdown at the Queen Street police station. How did it [...]

Two suspects collared in Belmopan heist

Twenty-four hours after thieves stole thousands of dollars from Belize Water Services in a daring mid afternoon hold up in the nation’s capital, Belmopan police say they have detained two [...]

Teenage chainsnatcher charged

Another daylight-jacking while not as dramatic as the Belmopan heist, has left a woman shaken, and a teenage boy in lock down. According to police, twenty-seven year old Shirlene Casimiro [...]

Attacked child, gets 4 years

In a follow up to a report of a stabbing incident earlier this week, police have arrested and charged a seventeen-year-old Belize City man. He is Nelson Diaz of a [...]

Cayo family left homeless by fire

A fire this morning in Santa Elena Town has left one family homeless. Around ten thirty this morning a passerby noticed smoke coming from the upstairs of a house at [...]

B.S.I., B.E.L. sign power agreement

With demand for electricity increasing between seven and ten percent a year any new sources of power are welcome…and today Belize Electricity Limited and Belize Sugar Industries announced that they [...]

High oil prices punishing B.E.L., says CEO

For his part BEL chief Lynn Young says that with oil prices heading in only one direction, the alternative energy can’t come soon enough. Lynn Young, President/CEO, BEL ?We are [...]

Courts: parent company?s woes won?t hurt Bz.

While the energy sector is showing promise, developments in the retailing across the Atlantic are causing a few jitters here. Courts PLC, the parent company of Courts Belize Limited, has [...]

Artists paint park benches

Battlefield Park in Belize City is perhaps one of the most historic pieces of real estate in the downtown area. But the ambience of this public park has often left [...]

Rotary holds toy drive

By now you’ve seen the Salvation Army Kettles around town–and hopefully gave your share of cash. But money isn’t the only thing being collected this Christmas…as I found out this [...]

Lotto has another winner

It seems like whenever you buy lotto these days, your chances of winning are pretty good. For the second time in a row, we are pleased to announce that yet [...]