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Police reveal initiatives to bolster safer streets

On the eve of the Battle of St. George’s Caye Day and the Uniformed Parade on the twenty-first which is essentially a parade of primary and high school students, many [...]

P.U.P. leader condemns violence in streets

The outcry against the violence which occurred during Saturday’s carnival road march has been resounding… and today the People’s United Party issued a statement condemning crime and violence. According to [...]

Erotic Mas Band joins in the outcry against crime

Another organization that has joined the chorus against violence is the Erotic Mas Band. The violence hit close to home as one of their revelers was badly beaten that same [...]

Body of Peace Corp Volunteer found dead in Hopkins

From Belize City to the south from where details are still coming in, but there are initial reports surrounding the death of a Peace Corp volunteer in the village of [...]

City man denied bail for prohibited material

With the level of violence at a record high, tough legislation in place has sent a Belize City man behind bars tonight after he was denied bail for Keeping a [...]

Man walks free of murder charge as witness recants statement

A man who was charged with Murder walked free after the only eyewitness against him recanted and withdrew her statement. Thirty year old Roger Anthony left Magistrates’ Court to freedom [...]

Caterpillar reverses into six year old

A six-year old boy is in critical condition at the K.H.M.H. after a Caterpillar Roller reversed into him late yesterday morning in Corozal Town. Six year old, Tajeed Williams of [...]

Sexual crimes against minors continue to increase

Meanwhile, a man is in police custody awaiting charges of Unlawful Carnal Knowledge following an early morning raid at a house where he was found with a fourteen year old [...]

Man pays for car, gets gun pointed to chest instead of keys

Police are looking for two men in connection with a robbery that occurred early Sunday afternoon. Celso Leal, a thirty-two year old farmer of the San Carlos Area in Orange [...]

Courts in Belmopan jacked of over $14,000 in goods

The Belmopan branch of the furniture and appliance store, Courts was burglarized over the weekend. According to forty year old manager, Sharon Morris, between one p.m. on Saturday and seven-thirty [...]

Downtown paving pushed back to end of October

Since February, the bumpy ride on Albert and Regent Streets has been compounded by street closures due to construction work in anticipation of the upgrading of the downtown area. And [...]

National Council on Aging looking for Golden Age Heroes

The National Council on Aging is looking for a few Golden Age Heroes. On the occasion of the International Day of Older Persons on October first, N.C.A. will be honouring [...]

Mas Band protests carnival judging results

And it wasn’t just the crime situation that the Erotic Mas Band is concerned about as we reported in the first segment of our newscast. Following in the footsteps of [...]

Forty-five foot flag will be hoisted at Memorial Park

The flag raising ceremony is a traditional and symbolic act on every Independence Eve since 1981 when Belize became a free and independent nation. And this year, another flag will [...]

Oscar B in town for celebrations

Regional entertainer Oscar B is back in town as part of the September celebrations. The artist will have two concerts for Belizeans, one tonight for a grown-up audience and another [...]