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Four shots for Abdul Theus on Gibnut Street

The night of the twentieth as well as Independence Day went without any reported violent incidents. But the quiet did not last for long. Just before news time this evening, [...]

A tale of 2 economies: P.M. & Opposition Leader’s Independence Day Speeches

There were conflicting tales of the same economy on Independence Day by Prime Minister Dean Barrow and the Leader of the Opposition, John Briceño. One presented a picture of an [...]

No bottom to moral decay; God’s House burglarized

No one is spared from the hands of criminals, not even the house of God. A thief or thieves broke into the Wesley Church on Albert Street and made away [...]

Thousands jacked from Palm Island Nightclub in early morning robbery

While the burglary of the church occurred in the absence of its congregation, a popular nightclub was also robbed shortly after the last of its flock went home early this [...]

Do you support that your pension funds in Social Security should be used to buy shares in Telemedia?

Tonight’s question is: Do you support that your pension funds in Social Security should be used to buy shares in Telemedia? To take part in the conversation all you have [...]

Tour Operators wary of CSME and potential impact on Tourism Industry

The troubles in the cruise ship industry are still not over. A few weeks ago the caldron boiled over following the signing of what has been described as a controversial [...]

Telemedia shares to be divided, but for whom?

Prime Minister Dean Barrow was expected to announce on Independence Day that the Social Security Board would be purchasing shares in Belize Telemedia. That didn’t happen because at an eleventh [...]

“Crazy” Arnold assault minor, although rape charge pending in Court

Two families say they were terrorized by an early morning intruder, identified as the infamous Michael “Crazy” Arnold, of Ladyville. In the wee hours of Sunday morning, Arnold entered a [...]

Leroy Arnold gets 3 yrs for stolen weapon

Twenty-five year old Leroy Arnold was charged in 2009 after a twenty gauge shotgun disappeared from Fresh Catch Fish Farm at mile thirty-one on the Western Highway.  Arnold initially denied [...]

Poor condition of streets in Belama

The much publicized poverty alleviation project does not stretch to the north side of the City, but that does not mean that poverty does not plague this side of the [...]

Councilor promises to address flooding situation in Belama

There may be some relief in sight; that is if the Belama Phase Three residents are not being fed another empty promise. City Councilor responsible for streets on the North [...]

Parading students say how they feel about violence

On Tuesday events were held countrywide to celebrate the twenty-ninth anniversary of independence. In the City, students marched through the streets in the uniform parade after the ceremonies at Memorial [...]

Maud Williams High School gets free computers

The Maud Williams High School, formerly Saint Michael’s College, has been gifted with a set of computers by a US based organization called Serving Saints International. Both the students and [...]

Band stage and restored bust; new elements to the Battlefield Park

If you venture in downtown Belize City you’ll note an upgrade to the bust of national hero, Antonio Soberanis. Its refurbishment has been completed and luminaries such as the Chief [...]