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Gabb and Godfrey are no-shows at D.F.C. hearings

The city’s delivery boys were hard at work today, but not all of them carried flowers and chocolate, because as News Five’s Janelle Chanona reports, there was no love in [...]

Prosser cites “threats”, reschedules meeting

The showdown between rival ownership factions anticipated for Friday morning at B.T.L. headquarters will not materialize as scheduled. According to a press release issued by Jeffery Prosser’s Innovative Communication Company, [...]

Shooting victim checks himself out of hospital

A man who was shot in the head not only survived the attack but has discharged himself from the hospital. Police say that on Tuesday night, they visited the K.H.M.H. [...]

Car washer charged with robbery of a fellow washer

An armed robbery in the downtown area has resulted in the arrest of a Belize City car washer. According to court reports, this morning thirty-five year old Andrew August was [...]

Shooter who missed gets off with $500 fine

There is also news from the Magistrate’s Court that a man who pled guilty to shooting at another man has been fined and released. According to twenty one year old [...]

Five cruise ships create major traffic snarls

If you spent what seems like hours stuck in Belize City traffic today, rest assured you were not alone. It seems that a combination of five cruise ships in the [...]

Government and Town Council unite for San Pedro streets

And speaking of traffic, today a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Government of Belize and the San Pedro Town Council in which G.O.B. granted three point eight million [...]

City Council feeds homeless in Battlefield Park

The Belize City Council may be involved in some hard bargaining with central government over high finance, but there’s actually a softer side to the Mayor and council … and [...]

Wanted: foster parents

Not a week, or in some cases not even a day, goes by without some politician or other public figure loudly proclaiming the need to do something for Belize’s young [...]

Lovell takes his third stage victory in M & M Tour

He’s not wearing the yellow jersey, but tonight Belizean cyclist Gregory Lovell is feeling on top of the world as this morning his sprint beat out a field of local [...]