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Body of deportee washes up on Southern Foreshore

Was a twenty-three year old deportee murdered? That’s what police are trying to determine. This weekend, the high tide in Belize City did not only wash sea water and debris [...]

Orange Walk man passes away in wheelchair

The second death reported this weekend, was up north in Orange Walk. But the body did not wash to shore in the floods; in fact it was simply sitting in [...]

MET Office traces TD Matthew and Flood Prone Areas

In our last newscast on Friday, the seventeenth tropical depression for this year intensified and became Tropical Storm Matthew. It initially posed a threat to our nation over the past [...]

High tide on City Streets that are below sea level

Matthew was the third storm to threaten Belize for this year’s hurricane season. And similar to the previous storms, Alex in June and Karl earlier this month, the Jewel was [...]

Cayo bridges under troubled waters

Matthew dumped as much as ten inches of rainfall and by this morning the water levels were rising in the west; in some areas as much as ten feet. Bridges [...]

Constitution helps to reduce sentences of two convicted

A ruling was handed down this morning in the Supreme Court in the case of two minors convicted for murder and sentenced to life. Anthony ‘Zambo’ Bowen and David Jones [...]

Akeem Humes charged with Murder

Jason Flores was gunned down on the morning of December ninth, 2009. Four months after the murder, in April of this year, Ryan Alvarez was charged and remanded for the [...]

Security guard robbed of his firearm

One of two men who robbed a security guard last week at the Belize Medical Associates was today escorted to face the music in court.  Twenty-six year old Bryant Gentle [...]

Highway accident results in broken arm

A couple was heading out of the city on Saturday night, but before they made to the Haulover Bridge they were involved in a traffic accident. Merevaldo Cassasola was driving [...]

Mom provides alibi; she says her son didn’t try to kill anyone

Twenty year old Sherman Rodney, a resident of Gentle Lane in the Port Loyola area remains on remand at the Central Prison after being charged for the attempted murder of [...]

Crime Bills say tougher penalties but Opposition opposes

Last Friday, the debate often got testy in the House of Representatives. There were nine bills that were tabled and passed; three of them dealt with the pressing crime situation. [...]

Operation Jaguar pounces on teddy bear and claws out cash

Since the beginning of the month the Belize Police Department has kicked into overdrive embarking on a series of joint operations to tackle crime in the city.  Information from the [...]

James Adderley with the Post TD Matthew Sports Update

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The menace of Tropical Storm Matthew gripped the country of Belize over the weekend to the extent that most events, [...]