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Teachers and Belmopan residents protest against violence

The community is still reeling from the senseless murder of the popular teacher and sportsman, Aubrey Lopez. Today in Belmopan, a demonstration against violence attracted family, friends, and many others. [...]

Police recover clothing that may have been worn by a murderer

And there is a development in the investigations into Aubrey Lopez’ murder.  Lopez was gunned down at around eleven on Wednesday night in the vicinity of Prince Street by a [...]

Minor from Hattieville was chopped to death

Twenty-four hours after the murder of Aubrey Lopez, another homicide took place not far away in the area of the Swing Bridge.  The latest victim in the murder capital is [...]

Poll shows support against offshore drilling

Thursday’s question was: Do you agree with APAMO that there should be a ban on oil drilling and exploration in the area of the barrier reef? Eighty-four percent of those [...]

Ex-cop stabbed six times by shoe thief

An ex-cop, who is now employed at Boundaries Store in Orange Walk, was stabbed six times this morning by a man who was reportedly trying to steal shoes. Roman Canul [...]

Police charge their own for wounding without an ID parade

Six cops were hauled to the Magistrates’ Court to face charges of Wounding for allegedly beating thirty-five year old Elvin Torres after the checkpoint at mile four on the Western [...]

Allison Williams charged for shooting 14 year old girl

This past Wednesday morning, a hail of bullets rang out on Boots Crescent. A fourteen year old primary school girl was shot as she sat in the living room of [...]

Recaptured inmate Edgar Roberts charged with Escape

Recaptured inmate Edgar Roberts was today slapped with charges of damage to property and escape. On April twenty-sixth, Roberts who was incarcerated in the medium security area of the Hattieville [...]

Attempted robbery at Texaco Gas Station

An attempted robbery was reported this afternoon at the Texaco Service Station near the Bel-China Bridge.  The incident happened around four-fifteen as gas attendants went about their work. The two [...]

Three adults and a minor charged for Zhen Zhennong’s murder

Four men including a minor will be arraigned before the magistrate’s court in San Ignacio on Monday following arrests in connection with the Mother’s Day murder of Chinese national Zhen [...]

Is it possible to manage offshore drilling and oil production?

The petroleum oil spill that killed eleven workers and injured seventeen more in the Gulf of Mexico is still causing havoc despite efforts to bring it under control.  The Deepwater [...]

Aubrey Lopez’ teammates remember the sports star

Earlier we told you about the community mourning the murder of Aubrey Lopez who leaves behind a wife and their eight year old son Jayden. His loss is not only [...]

Forecasting 2010’s Primary School Examination result

Students who recently sat the PSE are anxiously awaiting the results but teachers are worried that performance in one of two core subjects is significantly below their expectations.  Math has [...]

How to properly communicate with HIV patients

There is an abundance of information on how to prevent HIV and for persons already infected, how to cope and take care of themselves. While a key area is counseling, [...]

Radisson staff’s beautiful relationship with Liberty Children’s Home

There were no classes today and the kids at the Liberty Children’s Home in Ladyville had another reason to celebrate. They got a visit today from their friends at the [...]