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Clerk and nephew arrested in passport theft

After days of intense investigation, today officials charged two men in connection with the theft of a hundred passports from the Belmopan Immigration Office. The accused are an uncle and [...]

Ayuso cleared in Leslie Rogers Jr.?s death

In February 2005, the death of Leslie Rogers Junior sparked public outrage and controversy. Tonight, the fact that the police officer who pulled the trigger is now a free man [...]

Ex-cop?s sentence upheld in Court of Appeal

A guilty verdict handed down to a former Caye Caulker police officer has been upheld in the Court of Appeal. According to court reports, this morning Linsbert Willis appeared on [...]

Two charged in separate shooting incidents

Meanwhile, separate shooting incidents in Belize City have left two men charged with attempted murder. According to police, around eight on Thursday morning, thirty-four year old Eric Savery was in [...]

63 pounds of weed found in Jane Usher Blvd. home

On a regular basis the police department reports the destruction of a marijuana plantation somewhere in the bush. But tonight there is word that a ganja farmer or farmers have [...]

Pallotti to hold radiothon for building fund

Lack of space is a perennial problem for Belize’s educational institutions, with many schools reporting that year after year they have to turn away students because they’ve simply got nowhere [...]

Marla’s House of Hope opens after April fire

Across the country, orphanages and homes for battered women are bursting at the seams, which is why it was such devastating news to hear that one such facility in Belmopan [...]

Soldier’s belonging found in bush; no sign of him

As the sun set again today, search and rescue teams in the Chiquibul Forest Reserve continued their efforts to find missing Belize Defence Force Solider Sgt. Ramon Aguilar. Those efforts [...]

World Food Day 2006 fair held in Dangriga

Today our roving reporter Jacqueline Godwin and her trusty cameraman Chris Mangar headed south to participate in the annual activities marking World Food Day. But as they discovered, a lack [...]