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Wanted Belizean who was presumed dead, spotted alive in the US

In February 2002 Jermaine Fuentes, also known as Jermaine De Paz, was one of the Police Department’s most wanted fugitives in connection with the murders of Mark Ireland, Anthony “Trigger” [...]

Police promise to assist victim shot by officer

This Wednesday will mark one week since thirty seven-year old Stephen Buckley was critically shot by a police officer as he sat with his boss inside a green Dodge Ram [...]

Stephen Buckley partially paralyzed after police shooting

Stephen Buckley’s shooting has stirred outrage in the community. Police maintain that the shooting was accidental, but persons who witnessed the shooting attest that the trigger was pulled by the [...]

Do you believe the shooting of Stephen Buckley was accidental?

Stephen Buckley is recovering from the shooting at the intersection of Cesar Ridge Road when the vehicle he was driving in was stopped by the police. The police and witnesses [...]

Ground broken for multi-million dollars pediatric center

A major investment in the health sector was launched today with the groundbreaking of a pediatrics healthcare centre next to Belize Healthcare Partners that donated the land for the first [...]

Health CEO discusses Commission of Inquiry findings

When it was held last October and November, the Commission of Inquiry looking into the procedures in attaining pharmaceutical and medical supplies at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital, sounded alarm [...]

Independent expert in B.T.L./Speednet case to be replaced

Ongoing litigation between Speednet and B.T.L. over the use of infrastructure and interconnection between both telecom companies has been adjourned until late June following a request made by Speednet to [...]

CEMO/CitCo holding violence prevention summit

There’s more talk against crime, this time it’s coming from the Belize City Council that is holding a Violence Prevention Summit to bring all sectors of the community together to [...]

Mayor says ‘park to parking lot’ issue is pushed by mischief makers

The proposal dubbed ‘park to parking lot’ has been vehemently condemned both by residents and central government, so now the folks at City Hall are saying that the plan has [...]

ComPol Jeffries says accident victim cut in front of the police vehicle

On Monday night we heard from Paula Wade, the mother of nine year old Jamil Wade, a standard two student of Calvary Temple Primary who was knocked down by a [...]

After eight years on the lam, Melvin Salazar turns himself in

Twenty-nine year old Melvin Salazar, an accused fugitive who was at large since 2004 turned himself in to San Ignacio Police on April twenty-eight after several years of being on [...]

Attempted Murder over cigarettes lands 19 year old in jail

A fisherman of Ladyville is facing charges of grievous harm after being accused of stabbing another man multiple times during a fight outside a local bar on April thirtieth.  Nineteen [...]

Two walk from murder on claims that a confession was forced

A unanimous decision by a jury of twelve this evening has allowed two Belize City men to walk free of murder charges after four years of remand at the Hattieville [...]

“Wappa” releases new CD with a message against violence

They say music makes the world go round, but if it were up to one young man, he would use his music to put an end to violence.  Hugh Dyer, [...]