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Lightning strike at caye kills Audubon ranger

A freak accident at Lighthouse Reef has left one man dead and two others with serious burns. Reports are that around seven on Sunday morning park ranger for the Audubon [...]

Succotz man charged w/ kidnap, rape of 16 yr. old

An accused kidnapper and rapist is tonight in custody following a disturbing report from the Cayo district. According to a sixteen year old girl, on Sunday she was walking in [...]

Parents arrested in abandoned baby case

The suspected parents who abandoned their newborn a week ago have both been charged for the crime. Belmopan police say twenty-eight year old Gary Young of Santa Elena, Cayo and [...]

Cops seize 18.5 pounds of cocaine in caye raid

A cocaine bust on Ambergris Caye has put two men behind bars. According to San Pedro police, around six on Saturday morning officers conducted a raid at a residence in [...]

Drunk man shoots brother w/ shotgun

A shooting incident over the weekend in San Ignacio has left one man injured and his brother accused of the crime. Cops out west tell News Five that around seven [...]

Citizens march against violence in Belize City

As a journalist, I’ve often been accused of capitalizing on crime, too eager perhaps to focus on the sensationalism of violence and misfortune. But by any account, the intensity of [...]

Burglars hit Credit Union in Sarteneja

Burglars in the village of Sarteneja hit pay dirt this weekend. According to police, sometime Sunday night thieves broke open the steel bars on the front door of the St. [...]

Incumbents hold off challengers in P.U.P. conventions

Conventions to elect or endorse P.U.P. standard bearers continued over the weekend in four constituencies across the country. On Sunday in Belize City, incumbent area representative Jose Coye was endorsed [...]

C.S.O. conducts price checks at Belize City shops

On Friday we showed you some of the many Belizeans who rushed to stock up on groceries in anticipation of post G.S.T. price increases. Today, officials from the Central Statistical [...]

Motion fails, Jenkins still director at C.G.A.

In news from the south, a resolution to remove Denzil Jenkins from the committee of management failed during a special general meeting of the Citrus Growers Association on Friday. According [...]

49 inmates graduate from drug rehab programme

On Sunday morning prison officials celebrated the first graduation from the newly established Michael Ashcroft Rehabilitation Centre. Of the fifty-two people that signed up, forty-nine inmates successfully completed the programme, [...]

Santino?s rider steals M & M tour in the hills

Good evening. I?m James Adderley and we welcome you to another fresh dish of Sports Monday. We take you back immediately people to Thursday at Leslie?s Imports on the Western [...]