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Son arrested for father’s murder

Today, seventeen year old Justin Emmanuel Orillana, a second form student of Gwen Lizarraga High School, was taken to Belize Family Court where he was formally charged for the murder [...]

Little progress in other homicide cases

It has been five days since the cold bloodied murders of thirty-two year old Dorian Michael and twenty-four year old Keiva Leslie and tonight their killer or killers remain at [...]

Venus Store hit hard by burglars

It’s a popular downtown electronic emporium, but tonight Venus Photo and Records is missing some inventory–over fifty-four thousand dollars worth. According to police reports, the Albert Street store was burgled [...]

Cops honour youths who do the right thing

And while it sometimes seems that Belizean society is possessed by a plague of criminal immorality, along comes a story that reaffirms our innately optimistic belief that the future is [...]

City Council never consulted on massive harbour project

Considering it’s part of a project that involves hundreds of millions of dollars and would radically alter the geography of Belize City, the presence of only forty or so people [...]

Labour unions bring in high powered advisor

Tonight the local labour movement continues to complain that the terms of reference for an arbitration panel scheduled to investigate the firing of three employees of Belize Telecommunications Limited have [...]

Soldiers run cross county to fight HIV

On Monday, five men and five women of the Belize Defence Force embarked on an eight-day mission entitled “Give Something Back.” The soldiers are running and walking three hundred and [...]

Authorities formulate plans to fight bird flu

Like the scientific theory called global warming, bird flu is one of those impending disasters that we are told is not a matter of “if”, but “when”. Today the folks [...]

Musician makes move from Punta to slower beats

He is no stranger to the Belizean music scene, but this week is the first time that Lloyd Augustine has made the transition from his traditional style of music. Lloyd, [...]

Miss Birdy puts poetry n her cards

In recent months, poetry has enjoyed a surge of popularity and today one local writer officially released a card of love poems. Birdy Francis has been penning verse since she [...]

… Winsom puts love in her art

A new exhibit will open at the Image Factory tomorrow night. I am the Alchemist is the first solo exhibition of Winsom Winsom. The artist grew up in Jamaica but [...]