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Police looking for 3 men who murdered E.P. Yorke student

The Chinese community is still reeling from the murder of fourteen year old Hellen Yu, a student at Edward P. Yorke High School. Her life was cut short on Thursday [...]

Tour operators feel Carnival is boxing out locals in tourism industry

Tourism numbers seem to be picking up after a slow season. The livelihood of hundreds depends on the industry and everyone is after a slice of the pie. So a [...]

Mayor gets her day in court; attorney says 37 statements are futile

Belize City’s Mayor, Zenaida Moya Flowers, made another in a series of court appearances today. This particular case goes back to an audit of City Hall’s finances after which she [...]

Viewers give their opinion about Dr. Gough and Dr. Gabourel’s fight

You will know by now that two well known doctors caused a spectacle at the northern border this week when they engaged in a very public scuffle. The two had [...]

Babysitter who allegedly burned toddler with iron is caught

The babysitter who was being sought for allegedly burning a two year old baby boy has been apprehended and taken to court in San Ignacio.  Thirty-three year old Melanie Moody [...]

Dr. Gough back in court for allegedly beating teen

He’s been in the news this week for an altercation at the northern border with a colleague. The brawl was spurred by emails of the beating of sixteen year old [...]

Convicted rapist to spend two decades in jail

Leroy Gomez turns twenty-four on Saturday, but his birthday will be spent at the Central Prison in Hattieville. He was convicted of Rape, Robbery and Aggravated Assault on Monday and [...]

Court orders psychiatric evaluation for Dekel Bennett

For the past two months, twenty-one year old Dekel Bennett had been missing his court appearances for an Attempted Murder Charge. A bench warrant was issued for his arrest and [...]

Small growers say C.G.A. is not representing their interests

There is more discord in the citrus valley. Among the many issues affecting the citrus industry, one particular difficulty has been the representation of small growers at the management level [...]

Port Loyola resident says area rep knocked down his home

A resident of Port Loyola is claiming that Works Minister, Anthony Martinez, gave him a major boot by dismantling his home.  The disgruntled constituent of Port Loyola claims he was [...]

Made in the USA and sold in Belize

The United States is Belize’s largest trading partner. We sell most of our products to the US and buy much more from them. Earlier today, representatives from various US businesses [...]

Hollywood actors give to kids while filming Hookup in Belize

Two US movie and television stars caused a stir at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital on Wednesday. Patients and visitors were excited to see Brody Hutzler of soap operas such [...]

Kids find their muse at summer arts camp

The round room at the Bliss Centre for Performing Arts is filled with paintings and drawings by young artists. It’s a two week exhibit, showcasing the works of twenty kids [...]

Retiring in Belize is relatively cheap for some

In the tourism world, Belize is well known as a small piece of paradise, with its beautiful cayes, Maya temples, diverse cultures, as well as exotic fauna and flora. But [...]

Safiyyah’s weekly entertainment column aims to please

It’s that time of the week where families, friends and everyone around the country are looking for entertainment for the weekend. Safiyyah has scoured the internet, checked with all her [...]