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Alberto Allen found murdered at his home

He was acquitted of the murder almost two years ago and today twenty-two year old Alberto Allen is dead. Allen’s body was found around midday at this house off a [...]

Child killed by Rottweiller dogs

We reported last night on the tragic death of a seven year old boy from the Cayo District. Dualvin Salinas, a Guatemalan national, was along with nine year old David [...]

Guard charged for shooting gas station customers

The police have charged a security guard for a shooting at Esso Ramon’s Service Station last Friday night. Ignacio Reyes, who was not in uniform, was charged with two counts [...]

Police arrest two for murder, victims aunt speaks out

We reported at the top of the newscast that Alberto Allen was found dead today at midday. Just before news time tonight, the last person who saw Allen alive his [...]

Dam activity changes the color of Macal River

The Macal River as it sits behind the Chalillo dam has its natural coloration. But the water that the dam is pumping out from lower level outlets is yellow oxide; [...]

Another phantom med school in Belize

While the Macal River may pose a health risk, a university advertised on the internet could put an unnecessary dent in your pocket. Charleston College of Medicine’s motto is “Enter [...]

Sports minister says no foul in Belize/Mexico game

Team Belize won silver at the COCABA games in Cancun, Mexico. But despite the silver cup and the heroes welcome given to the players, there is still an air of [...]

Ladyville bus drivers argue with machetes

And there is always heavy competition among bus drivers and the ride can be dangerous to passengers. Things got out of hand when a dispute between two drivers on the [...]

Sept 10th: from National Day to St. George’s Caye Day

Last week cabinet approved changes to the traditional formatting of the September celebrations, which is, that official ceremonies for Independence Day on September twenty-first would now be held in Belmopan [...]

BERT celebrates ten years of service

BERT, The Belize Emergency Response Team was created in August of 1999 by the government and the Wagner Foundation to attend to emergency services in the Belize District. The Wagners [...]

Thieves drive away with cop’s car

He is a police officer and the assigned driver to a well known judge but that did not stop culprits from stealing his vehicle that was parked on Amara Avenue. [...]

Women bite and hit each other for ex-lover

Whose man is it? That is what started an argument that landed two women in front of Magistrate Aretha Ford on criminal charges. This morning police charged nineteen year old [...]

Former school warden claims political victimization

Politics, it seems can find its way in every aspect of Belizean life. Such is the case of thirty eight year old Hirian Good who got a job as a [...]

Mini roundabout installed on Princess Margaret Drive

There’s another roundabout in the City. The Belize City Council, along with Saint John’s College, today proudly unveiled the newest roundabout, sponsored by the Hans Nandini Bhojwani Foundation. It sits [...]