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Son of Home Affairs Minister dead in car crash

The rumours flew all afternoon but we can now confirm that two men are dead as the result of a traffic accident on the Northern Highway near Tower Hill. One [...]

Free Zone fire destroys 21 stores

The big building in the Free Zone took a licking from Hurricane Dean … but its owners were working hard to rebuild. What they didn’t count on was another kind [...]

Teacher dies in N. Highway accident

A teacher from San Pablo Village in the Orange Walk District is dead following a traffic accident on the Northern Highway. Police believe it was a combination of alcohol and [...]

City man wounded in weekend shooting

He was shot at four times but luckily only one of the bullets caught thirty-seven year old Emory Fortune, and that struck him in his right knee. The construction worker, [...]

Chain snatcher caught by off duty cops

Last week the high command promised a major increase in the deployment of police officers during the September celebrations … but it was the presence of two off duty officers [...]

Stolen tractor recovered in Mexico

A robbery that crossed the border into Mexico has resulted in the detention of two Belizeans. Thirty-four year old Calbert Hinds and forty-three year old Wilbert Pook, residents of Carmelita [...]

Accused cop killer acquitted by jury

For two years he was an accused cop killer but today one Belize City resident walked out of court a free man. This afternoon a jury of ten women and [...]

Officials commemorate battle of St. George’s Caye

On Monday, official ceremonies at Memorial Park in Belize City commemorated the two hundred and ninth anniversary of the Battle of St. George’s Caye. Besides the formal coronation of Queen [...]

Homeless and sick: who provides the care?

Anyone who lives in Belize City can’t help but be aware of the small number of homeless citizens who spend their nights and often days in public places. Today one [...]

Guatemalans finish one-two in Lionman Triathlon

James Adderley, Reporting Good evening, I’m James Adderley and we’re certainly glad you could join us for this issue of Sports Monday. The eight annual Lionman Triathlon and Corporate Relay [...]