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Tempers flare at Queen Square

It has been a hotbed of tempers lately and today was no different; Marion Ali visited the Queen Square market area and found out what makes it so heated. Marion [...]

CitCo and Market Vendors might both get their way

During the exchange this morning Councilor Singh invited the vendors to meet with him at the Commercial Centre this afternoon.  That meeting did happen and he later informed the media [...]

SICA plans to strengthen the Tourism Industry in the region

Belize’s pro tem presidency of the Central American Integration System (SICA) is seeing great strides being taken to bolster its friendly relationship with neighboring countries.  Among the many areas in [...]

Viewers support curfew and raids to clamp down on crime

After Thursday’s call for a shutdown to speak out against crime and violence and the senseless murder especially of eight year old Eyannie Nunez… we put forward the question: Do [...]

Would-be robber confesses to the robbery attempt of on fruit vendor

Eighteen year old Andrew Talbert was escorted to Magistrate’s Court today to answer charges for a robbery attempt at the Queen Square Market on Thursday morning. He was scheduled to [...]

Accused robber remanded due to failure to meet bail

Twenty-four year old Andre Cadle, accused of robbing twenty-four year old Chedrack Slusher, is on remand at the Central Prison tonight after an unusual day in court. Cadle was expected [...]

Woodcarver and Shooting Victim, Edwin Henry needs your help

With the spate of shootings in the city, when news of gunfire at a pawnshop rang out—initial reaction was—there must have been a robbery attempt. Investigations later revealed, however, a [...]

Belizeans for Justice Pres. says business shutdown was successful

The appeal by the Belizeans for Justice Movement for the closure of business for one day to protest against the level of crime and violence that has ravaged Belize City [...]

33 new recruits join the B.D.F. Brigade

Their motto is: “Shoulder to Shoulder” which represents their ability to work and play together as team. Well today some new members were added to take up that challenge as [...]

Belize City students celebrate Belize’s 29th birthday with its annual rally

It’s one of the staples for September—The Primary School Children’s Rally and dates back to a time when lemonade and powder buns were the special treats. Despite the changes in [...]

Safiyyah brings pre-Independence weekend happenings

Hey I’m Safiyyah and this is What’s happening Belize? This weekend marks the beginning of the end for September celebrations 2010. So if you weren’t getting into the September Spirit [...]

Eight year old murder victim, Eyannie Nunez, laid to rest

Today Belize City witnessed one of the largest funerals that brought out thousands along the path to the cemetery. The state like procession was also heart wrenching and terribly emotional [...]