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Murder on Compassion Street; tenants wanted

An elderly man was hacked to death at his Compassion Lane house by two tenants who showed no empathy for their landlord. The man did not live long enough to [...]

Case on constitutional amendment wraps up

And in the Supreme Court today, the case of Barry Bowen and the Landowners Association versus the Government of Belize wrapped up just before noon. The Chief Justice has reserved [...]

B.D.F. soldier accused of stealing underwear

Meanwhile in the Magistrate Court, a B.D.F. soldier was promptly charged with Theft this morning. Twenty-eight year old Felis Sho, a resident of Belmopan, is facing the charge for the [...]

Taxi driver walks free when complainant was no show

Also in Magistrates’ Court today, twenty-eight year old taxi driver Max Tillett walked free when the virtual complainant in a case of carnal knowledge against him, could not be located. [...]

Security guard accused of stealing from employer

Yet another security guard has been accused of stealing from his employer. Today’s alleged culprit is thirty-eight year old George Banner of Oleander Street, an employee of Alliance Security. Company [...]

Robberies reported on Euphrates and Neal’s Pen Road

A Chinese bus passenger, fifty-one year old Siu Chin Yin, was robbed while waiting for her fare to get home. The Burrell Boom resident told police that on Friday afternoon [...]

House gutted in fire as family observes floods

One family that was not affected by flooding was hit by another disaster. A fire on Saturday evening in San Felipe Village in the Orange Walk District completely destroyed the [...]

Telemedia responds to P.M. on accommodation agreement & more

The Government has been at odds with Telemedia since the U.D.P. administration took office in February 2008. Top among the issues, is an accommodation agreement between the government and the [...]

NEMO says sixteen thousand plus affected by floods

A preliminary damage report from NEMO for Tropical Depression sixteen has just been released and it indicates that many more families comprising at least sixteen thousand four hundred and fifty-five [...]

Floods worsen conditions of city streets

At news time, traffic is backed up at the entrance of Belize City on the Northern Highway with traffic flowing only one way resulting from flood waters. Well, the streets [...]

No cash, little results, Gun Amnesty extended

Guns are all over the streets of Belize City and the rest of the country. It is the weapon of choice in many murders, robberies and violent crime. If the [...]

Family says Byron Lee is still fighting for his life

Byron Lee is loved throughout the Caribbean and beyond, so news of his ill health spread like wildfire. But a report by Kaieteur News in Georgetown, Guyana late last week [...]

Football and other sports back underway

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and you’re most welcome to this delivery of Sports Monday. The current flooding of the Jewel continue to plague the nation but the football community [...]