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Family pulls the plug on brain dead shooting victim

There is a reprieve from gun violence in the streets since Monday night’s terror, but still a third victim succumbed to a bullet wound he suffered around six-thirty on Monday [...]

7 year old injured in shooting; undergoes intensive treatment

Another victim whose condition is guarded is seven year old Janay Moguel, the little girl who was wounded during the fatal shooting of nineteen year old Darrel Williams on Monday [...]

Medical bills mount and Janay’s family pleads for assistance

Cervantes says that while little Janay can’t move her leg or her left arm, she is responding well to the treatment.  She is expected to remain in the Intensive Care [...]

BSI employee succumbs to burns on 90% of his body

There is more bad news to report tonight, this time from the north.  On January nineteenth fifty-seven year old Edward Robinson suffered severe scalds to ninety percent of his body [...]

Shyne gets turned away at the UK airport

Moses Leviy, the rapper also known as Shyne, has maintained a low profile on the local scene but big names in the music industry have been trekking to Belize in [...]

America’s Most Wanted filming episode in Belize

You can run but you can’t hide, that’s what happened to convicted child molester, Robert, Synder, who is awaiting sentencing in the state of Colorado. Snyder was caught in Belize [...]

B.N.T.U. calls out the government on 3 contentious issues

There was tough talk coming from the Belize National Teacher’s Union today. The perennial issue is the amendment to the Education Act that was first read in the House of [...]

FIU brings 2nd case for failing to declare excess cash this week

The Financial Intelligence Unit has had a busy week in the courts; so far it has busted two persons for failing to declare well over the prescribed amount of cash [...]

Dean Fuller preliminary inquiry set for March 26th

Also appearing in court today was businessman Dean Fuller. Since last June, Fuller has been facing Money Laundering charges for six million dollars.  Attorneys for both the Financial Intelligence Unit [...]

Injunction puts a quick stop to vessel unloading at unauthorized port…

There is fuss again between the Ministry of Transport and Ports and the Port of Belize but the victim is neither of the two.  In fact, it is the British [...]

…And Port of Belize’s Luke Espat says it’s not a new problem

Principal shareholder at the Port of Belize Limited, Luke Espat, says his private company has been going through similar challenges with government for years now. Luke Espat, Principal Shareholder, Port [...]

BNE says government’s share of oil money IS fair

Revenues from the oil industry have been under the microscope for some time; the public outcry intensified in recent days when information not known in Belize was published across the [...]

How long is too long for Seine Bight villagers to wait for community center?

The village of Seine Bight in the south has been transformed with the paving of the thoroughfare that leads to Placencia, one of fasting growing areas in tourism. But while [...]