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Was Thomas Logan killed over a love affair?

The weekend’s other murder occurred in San Ignacio where a man was allegedly killed by an enraged lover of a woman he was romantically involved with. Thomas Logan admitted to [...]

Hit and Run victim killed in impact

While police have their prime suspects in the homicides in the north and west, the investigation into the sudden death of a man from Belmopan may be more challenging to [...]

Belize District Schools do well on PSE

The Primary School Examinations are not necessarily the only prerequisite for acceptance to high schools, but they are surely an indicator of how the nation’s young minds are performing in [...]

Yvonne Davis breaks down PSE statistics

The statistics show an improvement over last year with national increases in all subject areas. Sixty-six point five percent of the candidates had satisfactory to excellent performances in English.  Seventy [...]

Three high ranking CitCo employees reportedly resign

It has been only a week since we’ve reported on the latest scandal at City Hall which involved the removal of Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers from the United Democratic Party [...]

Robber charged after two failed escape attempts

A taxi driver, Hugh Meighan of Levi Slusher Street, was robbed and assaulted by his fare, but he fought back and even though his attacker fled, he did not get [...]

Two guilty pleas for drug charges in Magistrates Court

Several persons were in court today on drug trafficking charges.  Devon Neal, the son of a retired policeman, was riding his bicycle on Arlington Drive when he was intercepted by [...]

Cowboy stabbed in prison

There was a stabbing incident in the Tango Ten area of the Hattieville Prison on Saturday in which one inmate, Jeffrey Flowers, allegedly injured another prisoner on the upper abdomen. [...]

Narcisa Orellano says she is not a human trafficker

A Honduran who relocated to the Jewel twelve years ago and has since been granted naturalized citizenship is now having problems with members of the San Ignacio Police.  Narcisa Orellano, [...]

A new vision to help prevent blindness

From the number of people who attended the recent screening clinics for the Venezuelan Mission Miracle, it is clear that there is a high instance of eye ailments in Belize. [...]

Tropical Storm Agatha kills in Central America

The Atlantic hurricane season opened with a bang even before its due date of June first. The season’s first system, Tropical Storm Agatha, formed last week and is responsible for [...]

1500 walk to promote cancer awareness

One thousand five hundred, that’s the number of persons that participated in the annual Cancer Walk. It’s the highest number so far in the history of the event that is [...]

James Adderley with the latest sports

Good Evening I am James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. It was as if Mother Nature conspired against the Caribbean Motors Cup finals inside MCC grounds, yesterday as it [...]

Zenaida will appeal expulsion from the UDP

One week ago, on Friday, the United Democratic Party’s Ethics and Integrity Committee took the decision to expel the city’s first female mayor. Zenaida Moya Flowers’ sin was an explosive [...]

Michael Finnegan is back, cancer free and on the road to recovery

As we told you, Housing Minister and Mesopotamia Area representative, Michael Finnegan is back in the Jewel. Finnegan was gone for at least two months for treatment for prostate cancer [...]

Harold Crooks expected to be charged soon

Harold Crooks, he is the man who was commissioned to evaluate the local police force and wrote the famous Crooks Report between June and November 2008. He is also the [...]

Monday night shooting leaves man clinging to life

Operation Jaguar will be two weeks old on Monday, and it has generally reduced violence on the City’s streets after months of urban terrorism. There was one shooting, however, on [...]

Siian Rancharan tops the country in 2010 P.S.E

Official results for the Primary School Examinations have been released and the scores are considerably better in English, Math and Science.  Six thousand, six hundred and sixty-one students sat the [...]

Poll shows that viewers don’t want offshore drilling

From conference rooms to dinner tables, the discussion continues to rage about oil drilling since it was made public that eighteen licenses have been awarded for exploration offshore and on [...]

Gun amnesty wraps up

A two-day gun amnesty program spearheaded by the Belize Association of Evangelical Churches was an ambitious undertaking by a faith-based organization to move owners of unlicensed or illegal firearms to [...]

B.D.F. Private alleges assault by four police officers

There have been reports of Belize Defense Force Soldiers and police officers having public disagreements while on patrols. The B.D.F. has been mandated to assist in police patrols and while [...]

ITVET students show and tell what they’ve learnt

The newly renovated ITVET in Belize City was recently inaugurated and its students wasted no time in taking advantage of the many resources made available to them by the school’s [...]

Tingling searched at police station and busted with drugs

After spending a night in the Queen Street lock up, Chadrick Tingling aka Pinta was escorted this morning to Magistrate Court and arraigned for one count of drug trafficking. Tingling [...]

Security guard loses job and accused of stealing power tools

A female security guard, formerly employed at the Radisson Fort George Hotel lost her job after allegations arose that she was stealing power tools. Yliana Rocio Baizer was today arraigned [...]

Cruise ship tourist gets hooked on Belize and stays illegally

He holds an expired passport and no visitors permit, but fifty-five year old American National, James Arthur Kszynski, arrived in Belize on a cruise ship and decided that he would [...]