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Toddlers witnessed mother’s cold blooded murder

Our headline story on Wednesday night was about the chilling murder of a woman, her common-law husband and one of her children. It is one of the most monstrous homicides, [...]

four men charged in for Wild West murder of Jesse Jones

Belmopan police have charged four persons with the murder of twenty-two year old Jesse Jones of Ontario Village, Cayo. Jones was shot dead as he tried to bring two rival [...]

B.T.L. on the selling block

Turning to news of a financial nature, it is known that Prime Minister Dean Barrow will use the occasion of Independence Day to announce the sale of shares in the [...]

Lloyd Elijio charged with attempted murder of cop

In the courts, a nineteen year old was charged with the Attempted Murder of two police officers after a shooting around eight o’clock on Tuesday night. The officers, Abel Mendez [...]

Two burglars charged for breaking into Wendy Castillo’s home

The home of Hattieville resident Wendy Castillo was burglarized on Monday by culprits, believed to be her neighbours.  Castillo’s husband got news of the break-in at around three o’clock that [...]

Victim’s interview before triple murder

The grisly murders of thirty-five year old Carmita Rivas, her fourteen year old son Carlos Wagner and her common-law-husband sixty-five year old Pantaleon Navarro, has the small northern community of [...]

City Council move market vendors

There was more commotion near the Queen Square Market where fruit and vegetable vendors line the banks of the canal to sell their produce.  The problem is that the vendors, [...]

Prime Minister leaving for Mexico

The Prime Minister and his wife Kim, will leave the country this Saturday for Mexico via Miami. The purpose of the visit is to join in the celebration of the [...]

Mesoamerican countries celebrate independence

September, the month of our national celebrations, also has patriotic fervour among our northern and southern neighbours.  Central American countries, except for Panama, but including Mexico will be holding a [...]

Tumblers flip over carnival

One of the favourite groups in the Carnival parade is the tumblers. At the end of the parade, kids and adults are treated with performances by the youths of the [...]

Duets keeps the crowd happy with jaw dropping performances

The performances were stunning and thrilled the audience from start to finish. Four aspiring duos in Group B of Duets stepped up their game at the Bliss stage and according [...]

Healthy living gets lactose intolerant

We’ve all been accustomed to hearing “Milk does the body good” and while a daily dose of calcium through milk is indeed good for your health, milk, for some people [...]