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Gov’t agencies vow to decrease traffic fatalities

Whether you’re a pedestrian, cyclist, driver or passenger, you’re probably not surprised to hear that traffic accidents is one of the leading causes of death in Belize. But what should [...]

San Narcisso bar fight ends in death

In police news, a twenty-nine year old man remains in custody at the Corozal police station tonight following a fatal fight that claimed the life of another man. According to [...]

Three arrested for brutal attack on Placencia girl

Seven weeks after a sixteen year old girl was raped and her throat slashed, police have arrested and charged three persons with the crimes. Twenty-six year old Norman Oliva Peters [...]

Cops seize 19 kilos of cocaine from bus

Police made a big drug bust over the weekend, confiscating nineteen kilos of cocaine. According to police reports, acting on a tip, officers from the Crimes Investigation Unit, Crimes Investigation [...]

No arrests in city’s latest shooting

A shooting in Belize City over the weekend has left one man hospitalized. Eighteen year old Wayne Matthews of a Faber’s Road Extension address remains at the Karl Heusner Memorial [...]

Barrow still not convinced UHS guarantee is valid

This afternoon the United Democratic Party called a special press conference in Belize City to discuss the Government guaranteed debt of the thirty-three million dollar loan made to Universal Health [...]

Both UDP and PUP claim victory in village elections

In more political news, as they have been ever since the first village council election results, tonight the two major parties are claiming victory now that the polls have closed. [...]

Tigersharks, Bulldogs win in weekend basketball action

Good evening I’m James Adderley and you’re locked into Sports Monday. Week nine of the R.F.G. Insurance Cup Tournament brought the Belmopan Bandits to the M.C.C. Grounds yesterday to face [...]