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Husband kills wife, then attempts suicide

Residents of Cayo’s twin towns are still in shock tonight following a deadly shooting incident that has claimed the life of a young mother. It appears to be a case [...]

Fatal stabbing at Barracks ends “month without murder”

A second homicide occurred on Sunday night around midnight in the Newtown Barracks area of Belize City. According to police, forty-five year old Reno Castillo was stabbed to death by [...]

Year old skeleton found in Dangriga remains unidentified

It is most likely another case of murder, but the crime is at least a year old. That’s the conclusion of police investigating the discovery of a human skeleton in [...]

Plague of holdups returns to Hummingbird Highway

Holdups on the Hummingbird Highway have ranged from one man brandishing a machete… to multiple gunmen using guerrilla tactics. About a year ago police thought they had broken up the [...]

El-Sayed forfeits bail; lawyers cannot find him

Hassan El-Sayed, the man charged in the passport scandal and wanted for questioning in the B.T.L. money-changing affair, remains a fugitive from justice. This morning Justice Adolph Lucas declared his [...]

Oprah confirms Belizeans will get reward money

With the accused fugitive sex offender safely transported from Belize to a jail cell in Ohio, legendary talk show host Oprah Winfrey today dedicated her show to thanking those people [...]

Mental Health Week opens at Rockview

This week is being observed as Mental Health Week. The event will be marked by a number of activities to help raise awareness about the issue and promote mental health [...]

M.B.A. programme kicks off at U.B.

Official orientation ceremonies were held at the University of Belize, Belize City campus this afternoon to mark the beginning of the fourth session of the Executive Masters in Business Administration [...]

St. John Vianney seeks funds for expansion

Since St. John Vianney Roman Catholic Primary School was established in 1987, the enrolment has grown to the point where there is just not enough space to hold its six [...]

Millennium Girls take female football title

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and you’re locked into this latest dish of Sports Monday. Week Five of the RFG Cup Tournament brought part one of the Belize City derby [...]