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O.A.S. recommends taking Guatemalan claim to World Court

Although it has been hinted at for months, the Organization of American States has made it official. That is, with negotiations unable to resolve the Guatemalan claim to Belize, the [...]

P.M. heads to Uganda for Commonwealth Summit

In other news out of Belmopan, the Prime Minister left the country today en route to Kampala, Uganda for a meeting of Commonwealth Heads of Government. The fifty-three member grouping [...]

Two charged in brutal Corozal murder

Police have charged two teenagers from San Joaquin, Corozal, with the savage murder of a fellow villager. When they were summoned to the scene at the home of forty-seven year [...]

Corpse found in river, cause of death unclear

Although there were no signs of violence on the body of a man from San Jose Succotz, tonight Cayo police are not ruling out that foul play may have been [...]

Gas station manager wounded in hold-up attempt

The manager of a Belize City gas station was wounded in a robbery attempt on Saturday morning. Cops were called out to the Buca Shell Service Station at mile two [...]

City man charged after pulling gun on cop

Thirty-six year-old Alexander “Lexus” Tesecum was remanded to prison today for allegedly pointing a pistol at a police constable. Tesecum was charged with Aggravated Assault on P.C. James Jones when [...]

Guatemala bans Belizean commercial flights

Belize’s two local airlines are feeling the pinch following the banning of Belizean commercial flights into Guatemala. According to spokespersons for Tropic and Maya Island Air, the ban, which was [...]

Santos Mahung installed as new U.B. president

He took over the post in August, but it was not until this afternoon that Dr. Santos Mahung was officially inaugurated as President of the University of Belize. To celebrate [...]

Free Zone draws a crowd but all runs smoothly

While it’s common knowledge that the Commercial Free Zone at our Northern border is something less than leak proof, for most Belizeans who took advantage of the zone’s open day [...]

Choto is King of the Hills

Good evening I’m James Adderley and we’re certainly glad you could join us for this serving of Sports Monday. We’re inside beautiful Dangriga Sunday morning where this bust of Thomas [...]