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P.U.P. candidates protest financial nondisclosure in O.W.

It is political season and around the country both the incumbent U.D.P. and the opposition Peoples United Party, are on the campaign trail for the March fourth poll. As the [...]

Mayor Moya hopes to lead U.D.P. slate to another victory

And in Belize City today, the mood was different as the U.D.P. City Council slate kicked off their street campaign at the party headquarters. While the weather did put a [...]

P.U.C. officially delays implementation of amendments

We reported last Wednesday that the P.U.C. was delaying the implementation of the amendments to its 2008 Final Decision… and today they issued an official release saying just that. According [...]

Vegetable vendor from Succutz murdered in Melchor

A vegetable vendor from Succutz Village in the Cayo District is dead, the victim of a brutal murder that occurred in Melchor de Mencos, Guatemala. There are many questions still [...]

Taxi man robbed and shot by passenger

A Belize City cab driver was shot in the early hours of Sunday morning by a passenger in his own car. At about twelve-forty a.m., forty-eight year old Clive Smith [...]

Parental rights dispute evolves to police shootout

In another shooting, a dispute over parental rights escalated into a shootout between one of the parents and police officers. Twenty-two year old Kimberly Westby, of Nurse Findley Crescent in [...]

2 men injured in separate shooting incidents…

Yet another Belize City resident is hospitalized due to gunshot wounds. According to twenty-one year old Clifton Flores, on Saturday afternoon he was riding his bike on West Canal, heading [...]

… And 2 tourists die of heart attacks in San Pedro

Two American tourists had their vacations cut short after suffering heart attacks in San Pedro Ambergris Caye. Early Sunday morning fifty-nine year old Randall Eldon Daris, a guest at the [...]

Man facing murder charge instead of manslaughter

In news from the courts, Cecil Gabourel was on trial last week for the murder of his wife, Carol, and had pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of Manslaughter. But [...]

Suspect charged with robbery of Marlin’s Restaurant

Police have made an arrest in last Tuesday afternoon’s armed robbery of Marlin’s Restaurant. One of the men police believe is responsible for the crime is thirty-one year old David [...]

Attempted robbery and rape ends in arrest

A brazen Belize City man tried to pull off a robbery and rape inside a bar but he was unsuccessful. And when nineteen year old Abel Anthony Arana, an unemployed [...]

Career criminal charged for Burglary and Theft

In other court news, this morning thirty-three year old Anthony Major was arraigned on charges of Burglary and Theft. Major pleaded not guilty to the crimes, but the Prosecution represented [...]

Customs Department celebrates Intl Customs Day

Customs Officers throughout the country took time today to celebrate International Customs Day. This year’s theme has particular relevance: Customs and the Environment: Protecting our National Heritage. And one way [...]

Belize Bank Super League heading into playoffs

Good evening, I’m James Adderley with this package of Sports Monday. Inclement weather prevented Wednesday night’s back match between Valley Renaissance and Barrio Fino Corozal which subsequently forced the postponement [...]