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3 murders in the city; 2 alleged witnesses killed on Oleander Street

While Restore Belize continues to slowly take shape as the Government of Belize’s panacea to crime and violence, gun play continues to wreak havoc on Belize City streets. Over the [...]

Eyan Arnold killed on Berkley Street

Police are investigating a third murder in Belize City which occurred on Sunday as a result of a shooting that took place shortly after nine a.m. Reports indicate that Eyan [...]

Stabbing incident turns deadly in Salvapan

The fourth murder over the weekend occurred in the immigrant community of Salvapan, Belmopan and was the result of a scuffle between two sets of youths.  At the end of [...]

Michael “Popeye” Foreman back in court on a robbery charge

Michael “Popeye” Foreman is a familiar face at the Magistrates’ Court and a common name in the news because of his criminal record. The twenty-eight year old Belize City resident, [...]

Two men charged for illegal guns and ammunition

There were two separate gun and firearm busts in Belize City over the weekend that resulted in the arrests of two persons.  The two accused men are behind bars for [...]

Beresford Jones acquitted of firearm offense

Twenty-two year old Beresford Jones, an employee of Belize Recycling Company, was today freed of firearm related offences when he appeared in court before Magistrate Edd. P. Usher.  On February [...]

Dr. Irvin Gabourel regress scuffle at border with Dr. Gough

Two esteemed professionals in their field, Doctor Irvin Gabourel and Doctor John Gough were both charged with Disorderly Conduct at the Corozal Police Formation on August tenth.  Prior to their [...]

Jamborees; the fast food experience elevated to a higher standard

The opening and closing of restaurants are not usually covered within the newscast but we believe this new initiative deserves mention.   Located just behind Belize Elementary School, Jamborees opened on [...]

Restore Liberty Hall and Marcus Garvey’s whirlwind

The Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), is a Pan-African movement founded in Jamaica in 1914 by Marcus Garvey.  Garvey started many community based organizations, including the Black Cross Nurses which [...]

UB’s 4th annual Natural Resources Mgmt Research Symposium

The University of Belize (UB) through the Environmental Research Institute (ERI) and its partnership with the Mesoamerican Society for Biology and Conservation (MSBC) is hosting the fourth Annual Natural Resources [...]

Baby faith flown out of the country thanks to Canadian couple

It was once said that faith can move mountains but only knowledge moves them to the right place. Well that statement could not ring more true than in the case [...]

Sports Monday with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. We’re off to the M.C.C. Grounds where the Belize Bank Super League playoffs saw City Boys United F.C. play host [...]