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P.M. returns from Taiwan but silence is deafening

Prime Minister Said Musa returned home on Sunday but since then the silence out of Belmopan has been deafening. Despite several requests for an interview from our newsroom, the P.M.’s [...]

It’s official: Lewis out, Mahung in as U.B. president

Two weeks ago it was a rumour but tonight we can confirm that Dr. Corinth Morter-Lewis is being replaced as President of the University of Belize. According to U.B. Board [...]

One dead, teen wounded in City shooting

One man is in the morgue and another in the hospital following a fatal weekend shooting in Belize City. Jacqueline Godwin, Reporting Around eight-thirty on Saturday night twenty year old [...]

Driver wounded on Dean Street won’t help police

Authorities strongly believe that twenty-three year old Earl Crawford knows who shot him and why but police say he has not been cooperating with the investigation. Crawford was driving a [...]

Eight guns stolen in robbery of security company

Police and the law abiding public have eight more guns in the hands of criminals to worry about. No one would speak to us at Anchor Security, but tonight the [...]

Driver dies when he loses control of cement truck

Well known Belizean cyclist, twenty-seven year old Leroy Trapp, better known as “Lyrics”, is dead following a traffic accident. The crash occurred on the Western Highway, just fifty yards away [...]

Tour group held up at Xunantunich

The tourism industry in the Cayo District has been rebounding nicely from a string of armed robberies last year on the road to the Caracol ancient Maya site, but a [...]

St. Joseph school ransacked by burglars

In today’s tight economic times, administrators at many Belizean schools must depend on the business community’s kindness, parental support, and active fundraising efforts to meet the educational needs of our [...]

Sadie Vernon High student is honoured by police

Today, in front of his teachers and peers, eighteen year old Keran Rocke, a student at Sadie Vernon High School, was honoured by the police for doing the right thing. [...]

Anita Henry in new Ms. Y

On Saturday night, six Belizean women aged sixty to seventy-eight, took to the stage at the City Centre for the Ms. Y competition. They sang, they danced, they recited and [...]

Top bodybuilders chosen in musclemania

Good Evening I’m James Adderly and here’s your weekly issue of Sports Monday. The 2007 RFG Insurance Cup Playoffs blasted off this weekend with all eight teams seeing action. Here [...]