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Cops revisit house … and this time find gun

Last week we ran a story following up on a murder investigation in which a Belize City family complained that overzealous police ransacked their home in search of a weapon [...]

Machete man sentenced to five years in prison

The crime occurred over a year ago, but justice was finally administered today for Wilfred Lemoth. Lemoth, initially charged with Attempted Murder and Maim following a macheting incident in Belize [...]

Knockdown victim dies; driver charged

Four days after fifty-three year old Leonides Puc was knocked down near mile eighty-five on the Northern Highway, this morning the San Narciso resident succumbed to his injuries at the [...]

Injured cyclist complains driver not arrested

Twenty-eight year old Mark Cho, a resident of Red Bank in the Stann Creek district, is lucky to be alive. In February, the young father of two children, was riding [...]

Lawyers continue to battle over B.T.L.

It’s been an issue on the backburner of the B.T.L. stove, but this morning attorneys representing Michael Ashcroft and Jeffrey Prosser were back in court, with both men laying claim [...]

Maya pursue land and park cases

Today a small contingent of Mayan community leaders gathered in the courtroom of Chief Justice Abdulai Conteh to witness the first official proceeding related to their legal claim for demarcation [...]

Attorney challenges life sentences for juveniles

Viewers of this newscast will notice that the age of violent criminals appears to be reaching ever lower. And while not all perpetrators are convicted, when a minor is found [...]

H.R.C.U. racks up another successful year

Belize’s most popular single financial institution, the Holy Redeemer Credit Union, held its sixty-third annual general meeting last night and as has become commonplace, reported strong financial results. As of [...]

School hit by burglars raises funds to recoup

School burglaries have become an all too familiar facet of Belize City life. But beyond the press coverage and indignant words from students and staff, life goes on and those [...]

Belmopan City Council donates to fire victims

And while the Living Hope School in Belize City raises funds to get back on its feet, a family in Belmopan is rebounding with help from that city’s council. On [...]

Farmers of the year ready for Ag Show

This weekend thousands of Belizeans will flock to Belmopan for the annual National Agriculture and Trade Show. And if anyone can vouch for whether farming conforms to this year’s theme [...]