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Accident on Northern Highway kills two

A woman and young boy are dead following a traffic accident that occurred this morning near Trial Farm in the Orange Walk District. According to police reports, around eleven-fifteen, twenty-eight [...]

Wet weather causes other highway mishaps

They were not fatal, but wet weather over the weekend contributed to a number of other traffic accidents. The first occurred around six on Saturday evening on the Southern Highway [...]

Police arrest three in weekend armed robbery

It was a brazen armed robbery in an upscale Belize City neighbourhood, but today police told the media that the case was quickly cracked and the perpetrators have been arrested. [...]

Cop killer sentenced to life behind bars

A convicted cop killer will spend the rest of his life behind bars. That was the sentence handed down to twenty-six year old Chadrick Debride this afternoon by Justice Troadio [...]

Lord submits his own report to P.M.

From its start, the Commission of Inquiry into the Development Finance Corporation has had a rough time, particularly when Chairman David Price died, leaving the two remaining Commissioners to co-chair [...]

P.S.U. has new president

The Public Service Union has elected a new President. She is Jacqueline Willoughby Sanchez. Willoughby was previously the first Vice President of the union and takes over from Dylan Reneau, [...]

Jacknifed truck blocks Hummingbird Highway

Traffic on the Hummingbird Highway came to a standstill early this morning after an eighteen wheeler jack-knifed across the road. According to Guatemalan driver Carlos Lima, around six-thirty a.m. he [...]

Gegg cuts mangrove; residents granted injunction

The controversy appeared to have been settled back in May when citizens of the West Landivar neighbourhood convinced the Belize City Council that a marina proposed by businessman David Gegg [...]

New bus stop helps Western Avenue residents

People who regularly wait to catch a ride at the corner of Western Avenue and the Western Highway will no longer need to brave the sun or rain for that [...]

G.S.T. celebrates birthday with $186M intake

It may seem odd that a government department that took in one hundred and eighty-six million dollars of consumer’s money in the last twelve months might try to keep that [...]

Bulldogs take game one of hoop playoffs

Sports correspondent James Adderley is out of the country this week, but we convinced Janelle Chanona to try her hand at reporting the athletic action this weekend, courtesy of Berger [...]