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Aikman found on road bound and gagged; otherwise safe

First, the easy part: Derek Aikman is alive and well and reunited with his family. Now, the hard part: there is no discernable motive for the kidnapping so until Aikman [...]

Court orders disclosure of U.H.S. loan documents

Members of the Association of Concerned Belizeans are celebrating a legal victory tonight as Justice Michelle Arana has ordered the disclosure of the Universal Health Services loan note, settlement deed, [...]

Musa says he doesn’t fear Barrow; Barrow renounces violence

And while Dean Barrow will continue as an attorney in the A.C.B. claim, his comments earlier this week as Leader of the Opposition have prompted a response from Prime Minister [...]

Suspect detained in Collet Canal fire

Police believe they know what started yesterday’s fire on Collet Canal and have detained a thirty-five year old resident of one of the building’s apartments. Investigations reveal that the thirty-five [...]

Three charged in Stann Creek murder

Three men have been arrested and charged with the murder for the death of Adrian Cruz in Steadfast Village. The twenty-four year old Cruz died on Monday in Southern Regional [...]

Cop killer found guilty; will be sentenced July seventeenth

Three years after the cold-blooded killing of a police officer on Christmas Eve, the suspected shooter has been convicted of the crime. Chadrick Debride was twenty-three years old in December [...]

Construction to start on Vaca Hydro Plant

Construction has commenced on the Vaca Hydroelectric Facility. The eighteen megawatt run of the river plant will be located on the Macal River, two and a half miles downstream from [...]

Care Belize works with disabled countrywide

We are in the middle of Disability Awareness Week and today one organisation that deals with the subject at the grassroots level let the public know exactly what it does. [...]

Broaster’s latest literary effort: short stories

He’s a cop, a poet, and now Edward Broaster is a short story writer. His latest release, All About Lawful Affairs, was four years in the making and contains eighteen [...]

Nurse Goff honoured with highest Red Cross award

This evening the Belize Red Cross recognised thirteen graduates who successfully finished a Home Nurses Course. Twelve women and one man completed a fifty-hour syllabus that included theory, practical demonstrations [...]