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Shootout and Burglary at Customs Department Office

The Customs Department has been hit several times by burglars who have tried to get past security to jack containers loaded with the popular illegal drug pseudoephedrine. Early Thursday morning, [...]

Mother of murder victim says son knew his life was in danger

The tenth of September was mostly peaceful with few reports of unlawful activities during the day but there was heightened security around the city. But the night did not pass [...]

Benque taxi operators call off proposed road block

Traffic on one of the nation’s major highways would have been blocked if the one hundred and fifty plus taxi operators from Benque Viejo did not get their way. For [...]

Newborn added to the family of Mayor Moya Flowers

There is a newborn in the Moya Flowers household. On Thursday she delivered her Mayoral speech for the September tenth celebrations and today Belize City Mayor, Zenaida Moya Flowers delivered [...]

Well known social activist, Bridget Cullerton, passes away

We report tonight the passing of well known personality, Bridget Cullerton, a woman that blazed many trails in the social and business sectors. Cullerton was born in Belize City in [...]

Allegations of misconduct at C.Y.D.P. Camp

The Conscious Youth Development Programme has been providing camps for children who are considered ‘at risk’ youths since 2008. The camps which include overnight activities are designed to inspire the [...]

Suspects charged for robbery at Buca Shell Gas Station

Buca Shell Gas Station at Miles two and a half on the Northern Highway was jacked on Wednesday. The culprits were captured on surveillance camera and were soon busted in [...]

“Cracker” charged for robbing supermarket

A man charged with the Robbery of a supermarket is one of the Hattieville Prison’s latest guests after he was denied bail today. Thirty one year old Albert Middleton, also [...]

Arsonist unfit to stand trial

Also in court, a man accused of setting a fire in January 2008, that almost gutted his sister’s home was found unfit to stand trial. Shortly before midday, a jury [...]

He was bestowed with the Order of Belize and now a life sentence

In other news, he has the distinction as the second Taiwanese president to walk Belizean soil. On that visit in September 2004, fifty-eight year old Chen Shui-Bian was bestowed with [...]

Citywide motorcade in preparation for carnival

A colorful and lengthy motorcade took off this evening from Caesar Ridge Road as part of the much anticipated yearly carnival. This year’s road march will feature five junior and [...]

Cycling Classic returns to downtown Belize City

The Santino’s Cycling Classic started in 1985. It was a staple sporting event that would motivate families to line up along Albert and Regent Streets to watch amateur and professional [...]

Steel pan concert at the House of Culture

The steel pan evolved from African drums and its music is unique to the Caribbean region. It has developed a strong following and if you like pan music for the [...]

Highlights of 10th September Celebrations

It was the tenth day of September this past Thursday. And official ceremonies to celebrate the Battle of Saint George’s Caye were held at the Memorial Park in Belize City. [...]