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Two women murdered including manager of Tropic Air

Seventy-five murders have been recorded so far for this year, that’s statistically higher than the same period last year. The two most recent cold blooded homicides were added to the [...]

Karina Daniels murdered in Orange Walk

This week’s fourth murder was reported in the north early this morning. The nude body of a woman was found in some bushes in the centre of Orange Walk Town. [...]

High school principals condemn senseless killings

As we told you on Thursday night, there has not been any statement from the Minister of National Security on the shocking number of murders this week. But one release [...]

Mayor’s political fate to be discussed at U.D.P. council

The public fight between Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers and Prime Minister Dean Barrow will go before the U.D.P. Party Council this Saturday morning. Early reports are that the PM is [...]

Deputy mayor says CitCo assets are not for sale

Meanwhile, the garbage collection problem continues to exacerbate because the city council is unable to pay the two point seven million dollars to Belize Maintenance Limited. Earlier in the week [...]

Day four of Belize Maintenance Limited strike

Earlier in the day, Belize Maintenance Limited workers who have been sent home continued their protest in front of City Hall. They blame their woes on the City Council for [...]

A flashback at mayor’s criminally charged week

What started as a threat by the Prime Minister in July of arrests for financial improprieties at City Hall, culminated this Thursday with the historic arraignment of the city’s mayor [...]

Belize Water Services wants to increase rates

Just when you thought the cost of living was unbearable, well you might have to dig even deeper into your pockets to cough up more money – that is if [...]

Auditor General reviewing report on K.H.M.H.

While the P.U.C. reviews the application for a hike in water rates, the audit general is also reviewing the audit report on the procedures followed at the Karl Heusner Memorial [...]

Herman Miranda charged with murder

In the Magistrate’s Court today, police charged a man in connection with the gruesome murder earlier this week of thirty six year old Norman Gillett. The Vernon Street resident was [...]

Bail applications reviewed in Supreme Court

And upstairs, the current session of the Supreme Court closed today with a review of bail applications for a number of accused persons. Two high profile requests for bail were [...]

Art teacher presents his first exhibit

Turning to the bustling art scene…He says he started dabbling with brushes and paint since childhood, but he has never before mounted an art show – not until today. Art [...]

The Jewel seen through the eyes of a photographer

And the September celebrations are just a memory now, but one man is making sure that we don’t forget the images that chronicle the always changing landscape of Belize. Noel [...]

Safiyyah scouts out all weekend activities

Give peace a chance…that’s the message this weekend from a group of artists who prefer music over crime. Safiyyah has the details of the many activities this weekend in the [...]