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Breaking news: Body of elderly woman found in her home

The body of an elderly woman was discovered inside her home in the Faber’s Road Extension area of Belize City this afternoon.  The woman, sixty eight year old Marie Dawson, [...]

Was it poverty or electrocution that killed Emelio Orellano?

Shoddy electrical connections led to the death of a man earlier today in Belize City.  Emelio Orellano was electrocuted while he was trying to connect electricity to his humble abode.  [...]

Shooting victim, Colin Lord, still in induced coma

Twenty-eight year old Colin Lord tonight remains in an induced coma at Belize Healthcare Partners Limited after undergoing an extensive overnight surgery to reduce the swelling of his brain.  He [...]

Viewers say yes to hanging of convicted murderers

There have been more heinous crimes in the past days and women are now targeted in the crime wave spilling across the country. Last week two nineteen year olds were [...]

U.D.P. San Pedro Mayor goes against GOB on offshore drilling

The debate on offshore oil drilling is raging around the country. The argument is over possible oil riches versus the reality that one spill could devastate the entire country and [...]

N.T.U.C.B. joins Coalition to Save our Natural Heritage

The Coalition to Save our Natural Heritage, has been making its rounds not only on San Pedro, but also on Caye Caulker. While it got the nod from an important [...]

San Pedro residents upset about offshore oil concessions

As we told you, the Coalition to Save our Natural Heritage has been holding consultations on offshore drilling. So far, it has met with the BTIA, the NTUCB, residents of [...]

Reverend questioned in relation to capture of Jamaica’s ‘Dudus’

Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, the reputed leader of the Shower Posse, a ruthless Jamaican gang was captured yesterday by law enforcement officials in the area of Spanish Town.  His arrest comes [...]

Harold Crooks gets bail for sex related charge in Jamaica

Also in Jamaica, Harold Crooks spent two months on the run, dared the Jamaican authorities to go after him in Canada “if they could stand the cold”, and when he [...]

Sister of runaway teen, Rosie Munoz, wants her to return home

Today makes twelve days since thirteen year old Rosie Munoz left her home on Partridge Street in Belize City. Since then, her family has heard from her only once and [...]

Pregnant woman beaten by her soon to be baby daddy

In court today, he admitted to beating his ex-common-law wife but denied breaching a protection order to stay away from her. After he took the guilty plea, thirty-one year old [...]

Bail granted for man who discharged gun in public

Last week Monday, we reported that Belize City Fisherman, Hopeton Westby Jr. had pleaded guilty to discharging a firearm in public while under the influence of alcohol. Westby was not [...]

Tri-Country International Chamber of Commerce visits Belize

The economic downturn is hitting the country hard and every initiative that can make a difference is under consideration. Since Monday, the US Tri-county International Chamber of Commerce has been [...]

Belize Audubon Society environmental summer camps for you

Summer is here, and one of the telltale signs is not only the heat wave, but the fact that schools are closed.  That coincides with the opening of summer camps [...]