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Darwin Phillips killed because he loved the mother of his child

It was a deadly weekend for two persons. In the City, a love triangle ended with the homicide of a man half the age of the accused, Vincent Tillett Sr. [...]

Son allegedly kills father

The other murder is an unusual case of suspected patricide which is rocking residents of Dominguez Layout in Corozal Town. Early Sunday morning, a fifteen year old minor discovered the [...]

Social Security workers sickout

At most Social Security offices countrywide today, members of the Christian Workers Union did not turn up for work in fact they called in sick. The action caused disruptions in [...]

SATIIM will do everything possible to stop oil drilling

Prime Minister Dean Barrow said last week that “drill we will” in respect of oil exploration in the Sarstoon Temash National Park. Greg Ch’oc,  the man who would be the [...]

Teenager reports sexual assault

A very disturbing case of sexual assault has been reported by a teenager, who ran away from home.  The thirty-three year old mother of the child first reported on February [...]

Bert Vasquez charged with Imprisoning an Accountant

Businessman, Bert Vasquez, was arraigned today for three criminal offenses in respect of a complaint made by a twenty-two year old accountant. In court, Vasquez was charged with unlawful imprisonment, [...]

Money changer from Corozal robbed at gunpoint

A money changer from the village of San Joaquin in the Corozal District was targeted over the weekend at his home, only this time he wasn’t harmed.  The money changer, [...]

Other money changer still hospitalized after shooting

Meanwhile, there’s an update to another assault on a money changer who was shot at his house in the same village of San Joaquin.  Thirty-four year old Jaime Headman was [...]

Teacher and wife assaulted and robbed

Heading west to Santa Elena, a teacher and wife were assaulted at their home over the weekend.  Police report that one of the two assailants was armed with what appeared [...]

Port Loyola Pre-School adopted by Michael Young’s Law Firm

Port Loyola is one of the known hot spots in the City that is fraught with crime.  The community has experienced numerous murders and other forms of violence over the [...]

U.D.P. endorses Boots; and P.U.P.’s Ivan Ramos wins convention

In political news, the red and blue machines revved up over the weekend as both the U.D.P. and P.U.P. held conventions for standard bearers for the next general elections. Supporters [...]

James Adderley with the latest Sports Statistics

Good evening I’m James Adderly and this is Sports Monday. The 16th Annual DigiCell Valentine’s Cycle Classic proved to us that cyclists are a special breed of athletes who never [...]