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Double murder; Pastor’s son and a security guard gunned down

At the close of our newscast on Tuesday night, we reported the breaking news of a fatal shooting at the Belize Diesel Service Center. The news spread quickly across town [...]

No one charged for murder of Orange Walk senior citizen

Orange Walk police have still not charged anyone in connection with Tuesday’s early morning murder of seventy year old Paulo “Julian” Diaz.  The watchman of San Isidro Construction Supplies was [...]

American Fugitive James Donald Baker deported to the U.S.

This afternoon, James Donald Baker, sixty- seven year old US national, was escorted to the PGIA and was boarded on an American airline flight bound for Miami.  Baker was accompanied [...]

Viewers get their say and believe Castro must pay

You will know by now that Edmund “Clear the Land” Castro was fired last week as minister of state because a Belizean living abroad complained that she had given more [...]

Alleged serial rapist freed of serial rape charges

This morning, the last of a number of rape cases before the Supreme Court against the man police dubbed as the serial rapist, fell apart when the main suspect said [...]

Former immigration officer, Maria Guerra, vindicated

Former immigration officer Maria Guerra who was suspended indefinitely from her post at the Philip Goldson International Airport in the wake of a customs duties evasion scandal in mid-July, 2008, [...]

Pinta arraigned for attempted murder of Anthony “King” Major

Thirty year old Chadrick Tingling, also known as Pinta, was today arraigned in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court for the Attempted Murder of thirty-six year old Anthony Major.  Major was [...]

Still no payment for cane farmers

In the House of Representatives last week both sides gave their support for a bailout loan to the Belize Sugar Industries. The government and the opposition both recognized that the [...]

Universal Access and Human rights observed on World Aids Day

HIV/AIDS is in the spotlight around the globe today as World AIDS Day is observed under the theme “Universal Access and Human Rights”. On a global scale, UNAIDS estimates that [...]

Youth encouraged to reflect and protect from HIV

Nearby at the Bliss, Reflect and Protect, was the theme at one of seven rallies held around the country to mark World AIDS Day. Although the statistics are showing that [...]

USA turns against Offshore Drilling while Oceana looks at lessons

The Anti-Offshore drilling sentiment, which has brought environmentalists together in Belize, is also spreading in other regions. The United States of America on the heels of the major BP Deep [...]

It’s a jungle out there, but the zoo is ready for visitors once again

On October twenty-fourth the Belize Zoo suffered major infrastructural damage to much of the structures and trees when Hurricane Richard ripped directly over its path.  It took more than a [...]

Breaking News: two murdered at gas station

At news time tonight, a Texaco security officer was murdered just before seven o’clock at the gas station in front of Courts Belize on the Northern Highway. A second person [...]

U.S. Fugitive captured in the Old Capital

A US fugitive was captured in Belize today. The details are just coming in but the wanted man was hiding out in the old capital. James Donald Baker, described as [...]

70 year old murdered during Orange Walk burglary

The alarm went off early this morning at a business establishment in Orange Walk Town. Thieves had broken into the business, they made away with a small amount of goods [...]

Belizean American wants $48,500 returned from Clear the Land

Edmund “Clear the Land” Castro was fired from his post as Minister of State in the Ministry of Works, since last Wednesday but he has been unable to escape the [...]

Human trafficking best kept secret; from Nigeria to Belize

There is no end to the immigration scandal. Our investigations have taken us to far away countries whose nationals are willing to spend mightily and take risks to get to [...]

Should recall legislation be tested in case of fired minister of state?

Edmund “Clear the Land’’ Castro was fired for behavior inconsistent with that of a government minister.  So tonight’s question is: Do you think that the new recall legislation should be [...]

Fugitive, Carlos Keme handed over to Belizean authorities

While US fugitive, James Donald Baker, will be deported to the US on Wednesday, Carlos Keme, the man who local police had on their wanted list for murder is back [...]

Woman stabbed woman during fight ‘ova man’

Earlier we told you about the brutal murder of an elderly man in Orange Walk Town. In the city, also last night, a woman was stabbed by another in what [...]