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Patricide? Police detain son for questioning in father’s murder

There are two cases of family violence that are showing that crime is no longer the domain of thugs on the street.  Nonetheless, two families are still mourning the deaths [...]

The woman between the murderer and the victim speaks

Instead of being a peaceful night before Valentine’s Day, tragedy struck on Sunday for five children who are without their fathers tonight. One is dead, stabbed to the heart, and [...]

Strike action may be less than a month away for S.S.B. workers

Countrywide the majority of employees of the Social Security Board called in sick on Monday.  The sickout was to get the S.S.B.’s attention over what they feel is their employer’s [...]

Social Security Board workers want a raise

But while the S.S.B. employees feel as if their rights to a raise have been ignored, viewers may be wondering how much of an increase the employees are asking for?  [...]

Kenneth X’s shopping spree with customs officer’s credit card

A Belize City Customs Officer lost his wallet and the person who found it, used his credit card to go on a personal shopping spree.  Thirty-two year old Albert Matute [...]

B.D.F. corporal fined $13,000 for accident that killed a cop

A Belize Defense Force Corporal was today fined in connection with a fatal traffic accident that claimed the life of a policeman.  Corporal Enrique Montejo must pay a total of [...]

Burning midnight oil meant temporary replacement for elections officer

It appears that putting in extra hours after work, does not always bode well for employees.  The Elections and Boundaries Department has been investigating the late opening hours of its [...]

N.G.O.s knock on doors for 17,000 referendum signatures

Learn, Sign, Vote, is the campaign launched on Monday by the Belize Coalition to Save Our Natural Heritage.  The coalition needs seventeen thousand votes to convince the government that a [...]

Red Cross receives gift, so it may give again to hurricane victims

The country felt Hurricane Richard’s wrath over three months ago, and the relief efforts have now dwindled. Sadly, the effects have not been forgotten by many residents who are still [...]

Mega Bingo is the Game: 3 more persons win Jackpot!

As the advert says MegaBingo is the game and its jackpot is hot.  A Hopkins resident on the day she received her eviction notice won the jackpot of over one [...]

Latinos & Latinas hit the right musical notes on KTV

KTV Latino is live at the Bliss tonight for another exciting round of competition and impressive performances by the Group A singers. But before their powerful vocal chords belt out [...]