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Leader of Southside Gangsters gunned down at the Courthouse

A cold-blooded murder paralyzed downtown Belize City this morning. It was a brazen attack in an area where justice is dispensed and where police presence was heavy. It ended the [...]

Another shooting in a hotspot, Mayflower resident shot twice

Earlier in the morning before Andre Trapp was murdered, gunshots rang out in the Mayflower Street area of Belize City.  When the smoke cleared one Belize City youth had to [...]

Do you think tougher measures…required to control the gangs?

Only last week Wednesday, the government launched Restore Belize, an initiative to arrest crime.  But two days earlier, Rodwell Williams, the Prime Minister’s law partner was shot; bringing crime dangerously [...]

Musicians and Culturalists pay homage to Mister Peters

Around the country and beyond, musicians, friends and fans are mourning the death of eminent Belizean musician Mister Peters who passed away on Wednesday afternoon. An official funeral is being [...]

N.T.U.C.B. discussing possibility of joining coalition against offshore drilling

There is word tonight that the newly organized coalition against oil exploration will get the support of a powerful ally. That can come in the next few days from the [...]

Risk Analyst says offshore drilling may be perilous

Still on the question of oil exploration, one of the guests at a forum held on Tuesday by the Belize Coalition to Save our Natural Heritage forum was flown in [...]

Alwyn Gonzalez, despite several charges, applies for bail

There is a development to report tonight in the drug trafficking case against Alwyn Gonzalez. He faces four counts of drug trafficking charges and an ammunition charge in the Belize [...]

Citizen complains that officers want to extort money

There is little doubt that the public’s perception is that corruption is rampant within the Police Department.  So when a citizen comes forth and files a formal complaint of alleged [...]

Bar Association members want proper security at the Courthouse

This morning’s murder of Andre Trapp did not only affect the proceedings before the court but it also brings into question the safety of the members of the judicial branch [...]

Red Cross and Crooked Tree school strengthen response and emergency plan

The hurricane season kicked off on June first and aside from the response mechanism that the Belize Red Cross has in place, it also focuses a lot of attention on [...]

Women, paintings by Noya

If you’re tired of seeing images of crime on the news, then the next piece is sure to be a welcomed change.  A painting exhibit called women was launched on [...]

Healthy Living recalls the facts about Alzheimer

There are many illnesses that come with aging. One area that is often overlooked is the mental health of the elderly. This week’s healthy living looks at Alzheimer, a disease [...]