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Wanted in the US and Belize; Gary Seawell apprehended in Esperanza

He’s been a fugitive since February of 2007 and today the luck of Gary Seawell, ran out when an ongoing anti-drug, anti-gun operation resulted in his capture. Seawell was busted three [...]

Thousands of dollars stolen from City Hall

At news time tonight, three male and one female employee are being questioned by Criminal Investigative Branch in relation to thousands of dollars missing from City Hall. The figure is [...]

Payments “under-recorded”: taxpayers victims again

As we said, the exact amount of missing monies is not yet known and already there are many questions on what happens in instances where persons have paid taxes to [...]

PG police say America’s Most Wanted fugitive tried to escape

America’s Most Wanted is a show that is well liked in Belize and as it now appears, several of the criminals featured on the show have headed this way for [...]

Driver of stolen Ministry of Works’ grader held for questioning

A Ministry of Works 12-H grader was stolen on the Young Gial Road in Teakettle Village on February third.  Its operator, Douglas Arthurs, was bound and tied by armed bandits before [...]

5 year old sexually abused three times; one charged

In one of the more disturbing matters before the court today, thirty-three year old Enrique Pandy of Ladyville was charged with Aggravated Assault of an Indecent Nature. What makes the [...]

CYDP supervisor allegedly broke into Universal Hardware

The facilitators of the Conscious Youth Development Program are tasked with keeping at risk youths on the straight and narrow. But it has turned out the other way in the [...]

McGregor breaks into home of security guard and goes to prison

The saying goes: three strikes and you’re out. Well, for Joel McGregor after his third offence he’s in… in jail that is. At age twenty, McGregor has a conviction for [...]

Judgment imminent in citrus industry dispute

The Citrus Products of Belize Limited and Citrus Growers Association have been on a collision course over a number of issues. Both sides are not letting up and the future [...]

Frankie Rhys: educator, musician and activist battling diabetes

Frankie Rhys is a local pioneer in jazz music and is also a well known activist for social causes. But he has been battling with diabetes for over thirty years [...]

Jacob Diggz’s Rebel Music ready for release

Jacob Diggz is the latest artist to make his name known in the music industry.  He has been playing the drum since the age of four and while living in [...]

San Pedrana launches art exhibit at the Bliss

Windows to the Soul, that’s the way Melody Sanchez-Wolfe describes the eyes because she believes they tell the story of a person’s inner feelings. It is also the name of [...]

KTV Latino and Latinas get ready to sing their hearts out

Music that makes you dance, music that makes you sing and music that makes you feel: it all comes to the stage on KTV Latino. Last week the first seven [...]