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Prison official busted for taking out inmates

It’s no secret that in Belize and many other countries around the world some prison inmates are more equal than others. Those with money or influence can usually score a [...]

Two dead in separate road knockdowns

Separate traffic accidents over the weekend have resulted in the death of two men. About five forty-five on Friday evening, fifty-two year old Clinton Banner was riding his bicycle between [...]

One dead, two injured in welding explosion

Meanwhile, two young children from the Orange Walk district continue to recover from injuries they sustained in a freak accident that claimed the life of their father. According to police, [...]

Arthur Young still on the loose, says cops

In other police news, murder suspect Arthur Young remains on the run tonight. According to investigators, the rumours that Young had been taken into custody in the United States are [...]

Gales Point murderer sentenced to life

A Gales Point villager convicted of his cousin’s murder will spend the rest of his life behind bars. This afternoon, twenty-six year old Elvis Myers appeared before Justice John Gonzalez [...]

Charges dropped against City Councillor

Two weeks ago, a quarrel over a political sign caused quite a scene on Freetown Road and left three people charged with a crime. Tonight one of those accused is [...]

No quick solution for Guatemalan flight ban

The ban on Belizean commercial airline flights into Guatemala continues and it appears that despite earlier optimism about an early end to the controversy it may be many months before [...]

Lack of eyesight did not deter Toledo student

Last Thursday we reported the significant increase in the number of high school and sixth form students who were awarded certificates for having passed their C.X.C. exams. One of those [...]

St. Ignatius student wins raffle

A young student from St. Ignatius Primary was the most popular girl on campus today all because she bought a pencil. Seven year-old Kenisha Young was the first prize winner [...]

Special Olympians head for Guatemala

For the rest of the week, a Belizean delegation will be in Rehultaleu Guatemala taking part in the first Central American Games for Students with Disabilities. According to Special Olympics [...]

Hankook Verdes leads RFG Cup Competition

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and you’re locked into this delivery of Sports Monday. F.C. Belize came into Week Nine of the RFG Insurance Cup Tournament with a shot at [...]