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John McAfee does damage control after scandalous piece in US magazine

By any stretch, John McAfee is a name to reckon in the computer world. He is the founder of McAfee, the largest computer anti-virus company in the world. For the [...]

Crime spree continues with daylight shooting in the city

There was little violence reported in the city over the weekend, but before lunch today a shooting took place on Mahogany Street. Brian Yorke, who has had his own troubles [...]

Latest CitCo wrongdoings revealed in the Traffic Department

There is more stench coming from City Hall. This time it is the news the licensing of stolen vehicles that has hit the fan.  According to the man who heads [...]

Child knocked down by police officer, but who’s to blame?

Last Friday morning nine year old Jamil Wade, a standard two student of Calvary Temple, headed to the store for his mother but ended up in the hospital after he [...]

Belizean running for president in Guatemala

Presidential elections in Guatemala will be held in November 2011 but the news today is that Sandra Torres, the powerful wife of sitting President Alvaro Colon has for the first [...]

Thurstons ready to battle it out with GOB to stop land takeover

The Thurstons, Byron and Armead, owners of Baker’s Ranch, a sprawling homestead in Sand Hill Village are today in jeopardy of losing two hundred acres of real estate to village [...]

Day 2 of PSE and the students are confident

At around one-thirty this afternoon, primary school students streamed out of exam centers with a weight lifted off their shoulders after completing the second half of the Primary School Examinations. [...]

Swift river currents pull Hattieville resident to his death

The near one hundred degree temperatures over the weekend sent many people looking for the nearest watering hole and in one such case, the outing ended up fatal. Thirty-four year [...]

Another case of sexual assault against a minor added to growing list

A forty-two year old City resident is tonight behind bars for allegedly committing an indecent assault on a seven year child. This afternoon, Dalesmon Lewis, appeared before Senior Magistrate, Sharon [...]

Family feud in Magistrates’ Court over stolen money

A messenger who pleaded guilty today to stealing money from his nephew, has until the end of the month to pay six hundred dollars, or in default he will spend [...]

Landscaper gets locked up for Drug Trafficking

A landscaper has pleaded not guilty to Drug Trafficking after police allege they busted him with about eighty five grams of marijuana.  Police say they detained twenty year old Peter [...]

Illegal vehicle parts confiscated at Guatemalan border

A joint police/Belize Defense Force operation last night resulted in the seizure of three boxes of vehicle parts when three men entering Belize from the western border decided to abandon [...]

More red tape to get through Mexican border

Thousands make the trip across the border into Mexico. But over the weekend many Belizeans were surprised by a new process that caused hours of delays and long lines.  The [...]

Thousands trek to the Capital City for Agric 2010

The annual pilgrimage to the Garden City for what has become Belize’s biggest commercial fair lived up to expectations over the past weekend. Thousands headed to the agriculture and trade [...]

Special sitting of the court to pay tribute to deceased justice

Members of the judiciary and the legal community gathered in the chambers of Chief Justice Abdulai Conteh to pay tribute to one of their own, the late Horace Young, who [...]

Marlon Castillo takes the 2010 Pablo Marin Cycling Classic

Good evening I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The fifth annual Pablo Marin Cycle Classic took center stage on the Northern Highway on Saturday, May first with eighty-two [...]