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Five days of jaguar prowling the city streets for crime

It was launched as an initiative to combat crime and restore confidence in the deadly neighborhoods of Belize City, and according to the security forces, Operation Jaguar has had some [...]

B.D.F. still looking for missing batch of grenades

Lieutenant David Jones, the B.D.F. Bomb Expert, gave an update on the search to find the batch of missing grenades. The deadly explosives went missing from a British shipment in [...]

Chef dies on the way from Halfmoon Caye to Belize City

The Belize Police Department and the National Coast Guard were at the Radisson Fort George’s pier this afternoon.  The two security teams were there to assist a man who was [...]

American tourist busted with bullets at the airport

American national Bradford Keith Bryant will be spending the next three weeks at the Hattieville prison pending trial for possession of unlicensed ammunition. Bryant was busted with five rounds of [...]

Diego Witz charged for parcels of cocaine intercepted by cops

We have reported on Wednesday afternoon’s high speed chase by police in an undercover operation in Belize City. Two suspicious cars were pursued since they were believed to have been [...]

Clarence Hemmans convicted of murder

It has been a while since a guilty verdict has been handed down in a murder trial and today the family of Kevin Arnold who was gunned down in Belize [...]

Guatemalan group doesn’t want Belize to explore for oil

The heat from the licenses for offshore oil exploration has spilled across the border into Guatemala. On May tenth, an article printed in the Guatemalan newspaper, Prensa Libre, reported that [...]

Market vendors say rent increase is rotten

There’s another side to the story on the one hundred and seventy-four thousand dollars which vendors at the Queen Square Market say they have paid towards their arrears. When City [...]

Administration of deceased’s estate moving slow; family upset

Daniel Alford passed away in April 2007 and left everything he owned to be shared among his six children. That included money for one hundred and three acres of land [...]

After being shot by cop, wife of victim says he’s doing better

Stephen Buckley was shot by a police officer on April twenty-eighth when he and a friend were pulled over because their vehicle resembled one that was involved in a previous [...]

The K.H.M.H. inquiry report; who will pay for losses?

The report of the K.H.M.H. Commission of Inquiry on alleged wrongdoings at the hospital was released in late April, and it has prompted a reaction from the Board of the [...]

Victim of domestic abuse speaks out

While the number of unreported cases of domestic violence against men and women remains inconsistent, the instances that are actually documented have become fewer over the years.  The decline, however, [...]

Audubon reads about nature to over 300 youths

There have been many initiatives to get students and other youths to read. Drop Everything and read was one that had much success but the Audubon has decided to transform [...]

Safiyyah has the weekend hits for your entertainment

It’s another long weekend but far from quiet as several businesses will have a variety of events to suit your entertainment taste as well as your budget.  Whether it is [...]