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Jordick Thompson, 17yrs old, another youth added to murder statistics

Gun violence erupted on Wednesday, the first time this week. The victim was just a month shy of his eighteenth birthday. Jordick Thompson’s life was in danger for months; he [...]

No charges yet for man implicated in Mata Chica Resort death

On Monday night fifty-seven year old Gregorio Cornejo lost his life during a staff party at Mata Chica Resort on San Pedro Ambergris Caye. While on the pier of the [...]

New trial for man who is accused of killing his brother-of-law

Linsbert Bahadur was charged after the April 2006 murder of his brother-in-law, Albert Wade, who was killed by a single bullet to the face in the Cayo District. His trial [...]

Should the City Center be demolished or repaired?

We reported earlier this week that the Belize City Center will be out of commission for a number of activities in this month’s national celebrations. The facility deteriorated over the [...]

Janay Moguel’s first day at school since shooting incident

It’s been eight months since Janay Moguel was hit by stray bullets as she crossed the Central American Boulevard in the company of her grandfather, Steven Rhamdas.  Since then she’s [...]

Two kids, 9 and 11 years old, missing in Punta Gorda

The Rash family in San Marcos, Toledo is on a desperate search for eleven year old Benjamin and nine year old Onelia Rash. Their father, Pedro Rash, reported to police [...]

Court says case adjourned, but a cop’s letter from his boss says case dismissed

Special Constable John Myvette was interdicted in February when he was criminally charged for doing business with an accused sex offender. Myvette was back in court today for Obtaining Services [...]

Cops recover some items stolen from Social Security in Corozal

Cops in the north have recovered some of the items that were stolen during a burglary at the Belize Social Security Board office in Corozal Town on August twenty-seventh. The [...]

Mopan River drowning victim still not identified

The body of a man that was found in the Mopan River in Succotz Village on Monday remains unidentified. A post mortem has confirmed that the man died from drowning [...]

Oil rig explodes in Gulf of Mexico; Bahamas halts drilling

The BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico put the world on alert. Well, there is more bad news to report. An oil rig exploded this morning in the [...]

Belize versus Trinidad & Tobago in football; who will win?

Belize’s national football team took on Mexico and lost by two goals, that game played in Houston, Texas in June 2008. It was considered one of the big moments since [...]

Belize get free entrance to museum during September

There will be plenty to see and take part in during the celebrations of Belize’s twenty nine years of Independence. Favourite events include the Carnival Road March and the Citizen’s [...]

Senior Mas Camps ready for carnival

Carnival 2010 is days away. Organizers say they expect a large turnout of bands this year. On Wednesday night, our carnival team caught up with two-well known senior bands as [...]