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Police receive shipment of tasers

Authorities are often accused of abusing the use of taser guns to torture prisoners or detainees by applying it to sensitive body parts. And today the Belize Police Department announced [...]

Kids escape fire alone, parents charged with neglect

Taser guns may be the preferred choice to restrain violent persons, but the legal system will deal with a couple who left two kids alone at home. Forty-seven year old [...]

Man gets 2 ½ years for illegal gun and ammo

Also in the Magistrates’ Court, twenty-two year old, Jarrett Crawford was sentenced to two and a half years imprisonment for firearm and ammunition offences and the aggravated assault of Police [...]

Austin Rowland escapes bullets in shootout

Cops believe a shooting in Belize City on Saturday night is gang related. And a Saturn car with license plate number BZ 32327 saved the life of twenty-two year old [...]

Cops seek taxi driver following cannabis find

Cops are on the hunt for a man wanted for Drug Trafficking and are focusing on the driver of a taxi with license plate number CYD-3354. On Saturday night at [...]

40 year old accused of sexual abuse of 15 year old

And cases of carnal knowledge appear to be climbing and tonight there are reports of sexual abuse of a fifteen year old minor of San Marcos Village. This past Monday, [...]

A.C.C. launches book drive

The Anglican Cathedral College emerged from an amalgamation of St Michael’s and St Hilda’s high schools back in 1982. And many leaders have passed through its doors including present and [...]

Environmental funding agencies converge in Belize

Close to forty percent of Belize is designated as protected areas and maintaining that is not cheap. This week a group of organizations which fund conservation projects are meeting at [...]

PSU officers attend three day training session

While environmentalists were discussing funding, across the hall, public service officers were embarking on a three-day training session. C.E.O. in the Ministry of Public Service, Charles Gibson told us what [...]

Telemedia adopts Princess Royal Park in Dangriga

If you are heading to Dangriga for the celebrations of Garifuna Settlement Day or even sooner, there is a new facility that you will not miss, smack in the middle [...]

C.P.B.L. signs HIV/AIDS workplace policy

Also in the south, workers at the Citrus Products of Belize can now enjoy the benefits of an HIV/AIDS workplace policy. The document was signed last Tuesday by C.P.B.L. Chief [...]

Mexican ambassador hosts pow wow with media

Our two countries have always enjoyed excellent relations and now Mexico wants to further strengthen these ties. And to do that, the Mexican Embassy says it also wants to improve [...]

Student shows talent in photography

Belize is a treasure trove for professional and amateur photographers alike. What escapes our observation is focused zoomed upon with the lens of an artistic eye and snapped by visual [...]