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Irregularities found with police assistance in Galvez murder case

The murder of Christopher Galvez on the night of December twenty-second, 2009 grabbed the headlines and spurned serious allegations at members of the Police Department. His homicide transformed members of [...]

Bowen allegedly suffered unexpected health condition before crash

But the investigation into the last flight of Sir Barry Bowen will take at least one year to be completed.  On Wednesday, the plane and all the debris were picked [...]

Vindicated: Dr. Alvaro Rosado wins case against K.H.M.H.

The former C.E.O. of the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital was dismissed immediately after the Barrow Administration took office in 2008. Doctor Alvaro Rosado then filed a lawsuit against the country’s [...]

CitCo employee moves vendors who block streets

The regular Thursday afternoon bustle at the Queen Square Market got a little steamier just around midday today when a traffic officer and a City Council employee showed up on [...]

Ahmad Nah wakes up from coma

Two weeks ago the chances of nineteen year old Ahmad Nah surviving a near fatal pellet wound to the left side of his forehead were very, very slim.  Doctors had [...]

Adventist church protests against violence

The brutal murder of Teddy Murillo on February twenty-seventh continues to stir emotions. The University of Belize student was gunned down on Waight Street as he headed home. There are [...]

Brian Herrera wins appeal of murder conviction

Murder was the case and twenty-four year old Brian Herrera was the person found guilty of the crime in May, 2007.  We say “was” because just before three this evening [...]

Sour notes for Dwight Sosa who stole musical instruments

Dwight Sosa, a former caretaker at Boss Hog Pro Audio, has been charged with the theft of an assortment of musical instruments from that business.  In December 2009, fifty year [...]

Forger takes home $65,000 from Atlantic Bank

An Orange Walk resident is sixty-five thousand dollars richer tonight. The government won’t be taking any percentage of his gains because it is all the proceeds of a crime.  It [...]

Paddle along La Ruta Maya in a canoe this weekend

The thirteenth annual La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge kicks off Friday morning at seven o’clock on the banks of the Macal River in the twin towns of San Ignacio [...]

Belmopan Cycling Classic rides on without sponsors

There is another major sporting event taking place this extended holiday weekend. The Belize Cycling Association is hosting its annual Belmopan Cycling Classic.  There are three categories that the riders [...]

The mystery of the jade head

Altun Ha is a familiar Mayan name in many Belizean households. It appears on every Belikin beer bottle, but most importantly it is the venue where the famous jade head [...]

The risks for Belize in the age of earthquakes

It was a stronger tremor but the damage of the eight point eight earthquake in Chile on February twenty-seventh, paled in comparison to the devastation in Haiti caused by a [...]

Do you really need vitamins and supplements?

The body requires certain vitamins for a healthy lifestyle. These are largely available through the food you consume in a balanced diet.  Healthy Living this week looks at the controversy [...]

Glen Smith was murdered and left in shallow grave

Two and a half months after he went missing, a Hattieville family is finally bringing closure to his disappearance.  Shortly after Glenn Smith vanished in December, the family found his [...]

The price of fuel rises at the pump

Less than a month after P.M. Barrow’s blunt announcement that things will be considerably harder in the upcoming fiscal year, Belizeans will have to go even deeper into their pockets. [...]