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David Gabourel murdered on Kelly Street

Criminal elements were on a rampage over the weekend wreaking havoc in the City and around the country. There was one murder, a grenade explosion, robberies and plenty more crime. [...]

Grenade number 7 explodes in Belize City

A loud bang shattered across Port Loyola last Friday night just after seven p.m. Memories of Mayflower Street and the Carnival Day grenade echoed into the night. Near the junction [...]

Sleeping policeman loses service revolver

With all the crime, a police officer who fell asleep on the job is now facing his peers. Since the officer dozed off in the company of Belize Defence Soldiers [...]

Police top brass respond to contraband liquor allegations

And if the missing officer’s pistol was not enough to embarrass the police department, there is an allegation that a Senior Superintendent has been busted by the Customs Department for [...]

Northern Highway accident claims one life

Meanwhile, a man is dead tonight, the victim of a road traffic accident on the Northern Highway. The deceased has been identified as Ruclin Caal. On Friday, twenty-six year old [...]

Minors on rampage target taxi drivers

But back in Belize City, a number of taxi drivers were targeted over the weekend by robbers and in the case of Leon Young, they included minors on a rampage. [...]

O.W. businessman robbed in parked car

And in related news, on Saturday night at around nine-thirty, the cops received information that fifty year old Gustavo Baeza suffered a single gunshot wound to his left clavicle. The [...]

Villager charged for unnatural crime against a horse

But if that was not bad enough, there is a second report of bestiality in the course of a month to report tonight. On Saturday, police formally arrested and charged [...]

P.U.P. condemns firing of BAHA employees

This morning in Belmopan, dismissed BAHA workers protested in front of their former workplace alongside sympathizers and members of the People’s United Party. According to the protestors, which included party [...]

AIDS commission to be expanded

Aside from the bill to amend the Business Tax Act to increase taxes on telecoms and the PICs, which were the big items at last Friday’s House meeting, several other [...]

Charges against Telemedia withdrawn

And in court, Magistrate Ed Usher today withdrew charges for the recovery of business tax that were made by the Commissioner of Income tax against Belize Telemedia Ltd, Business Enterprise [...]

Youth ambassador faces charges for forgery

He has the rank of Ambassador for Youth, but the long arms of the law today reached nineteen year old Kenroy Young of Regent Street, who was charged with nine [...]

Father of two gets 6 years for sex crime

In the Supreme Court, a married man and father of two, who was found guilty of Carnal Knowledge last week, will spend six years behind bars for the crime. Forty-one [...]

Drumming in City streets for Garifuna Settlement Day

But on a positive note, on Wednesday, Belizeans will get the day off to commemorate the 1823 arrival of Garinagus to the country. In the weeks leading up to the [...]

Telemedia, “Sedi” Elrington team up to upgrade preschool

As Pickstock representative, Wilfred ‘Sedi’ Elrington teamed up with Telemedia to repair and renovate the Lloyd Coffin Preschool on Mahogany Street. On Saturday, staff members of the Telemedia and the [...]

Melodyman Escobar releases new CD

We first heard of Melodyman when he sang as a guest artist on Ras Indio’s Belizean Girls. Four years in the making, Melodyman Escobar has finally finished recording his debut [...]

Blue Hole featured on NBC’s Today Show

When viewers of NBC’s The Today Show tuned in this morning, they found Ann Curry in Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa; Meredith Viera in Australia; Al Roker in Iceland and [...]

B.D.F. loses to Nizhee Corozal in football semifinals

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and you’ve just logged on to what we call Sports Monday. We take you to the M.C.C. Grounds where yesterday that vaunted venue was invaded [...]