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Two shot on Lancaster Street; cops charge a minor

In the past twenty-four hours, there was a resurgence of gun violence in the city. The first did not turn out fatal and the victims were fortunate to survive. In [...]

Ladyville bad boy fatally shot in second attempt for the day

There is tension in the streets tonight following the murder of a well-known street figure who reputedly wore a bullet proof vest because he felt his life was under constant [...]

Island hopping suspect picked up in Caye Caulker for San Pedro murder

San Pedro police have taken into custody a suspect wanted in the vicious murder of Spanish flight attendant, thirty-seven year old Maria Plaza Gomez. The suspect, who was picked up [...]

Private car and school bus collide on the Western Highway

A car collided into a school bus last night at mile one and a half on the Western Highway. The car was extremely damaged and luckily no one was seriously [...]

Viewers want Commission of Inquiry into Immigration Scandal

We asked on Thursday, if a commission of inquiry should be named to look into the recent immigration scandal. The results of the poll are in and eighty-seven percent said [...]

I.D.B. President shares the secret to economic growth

As we have been reporting, I.D.B. President, Luis Alberto Moreno, is on a working visit to Belize. Along with, Harvard’s Dr. Ricardo Hausmann, he partnered with the private sector to [...]

BSI unable to meet cane farmers’ 3rd payment deadline

Up north, there are more signs that the sugar industry is in trouble. Sugar production dropped significantly this year by twenty percent and it is not known when the next [...]

BSCFA elects new committee of management

Alfredo Ortega was installed as chairman five days ago to the BSCFA’s Committee of Management. On October thirty-first, a special meeting of the farmers was held to elect new members [...]

One suspect charged for shooting Michael “Ham” Young

On October twenty-first, four persons were injured in a shooting incident when a car pulled up on Antelope Street Extension and opened fire on Michael “Ham” Young, whose life has [...]

Belmopan court hands down 12, 13 year sentences for manslaughter

A Guatemalan national was sentenced to twelve years today in the Belmopan Supreme Court by Judge Troadio John Gonzalez while another who was found not guilty of murder but guilty [...]