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Plastic Packaging Supplies Company robbed at gunpoint

Armed thieves broke into a business establishment not far away from the Mesopotamia police sub-station. The late afternoon robbery on Tigris Street in Belize City netted the three brazen robbers [...]

Cop charged for theft committed inside the Police Station

While the police look for the suspects in the Plastic Packing Supplies robbery, a female constable was arraigned for Theft following a report from a Belize City woman that her [...]

Maya Leader says Government’s Attorney can’t define their identity

The Maya land rights case was initially won in June 2010 by thirty-eight southern villages. The Supreme Court legally allowed communal land rights which has been the traditional way of [...]

No more brawls at Progresso School Construction site

On Tuesday we broke the story that pandemonium erupted at a Progresso school under construction. A family who is squatting on a piece of land where the Seventh Day School [...]

Polls show many viewers believe vendors should be compensated

Mahogany Street vendors are being asked to move from their current location because it is smack where the main transmission line for electricity runs. On Wednesday we asked the question [...]

Annual San Jose Succotz Fair underway

The annual San Jose Succotz Fair is an anticipated event in the calendar of activities in the west. It is a culturally enriching experience that attracts visitors from all over [...]

Placencia B.T.I.A. applauds report that says NO to port on the peninsula

We told you on Thursday night that the report has been completed on the controversial issue of cruise ship tourism for southern Belize, specifically the Placencia Peninsula. In a nutshell, [...]

Manslaughter parolee goes back to prison on Carnal Knowledge charge

A fifty-four year old man, who was out on parole is back behind bars. Winston Dennison was arraigned today for Unlawful Carnal Knowledge of a fourteen year old high school [...]

American National on Holiday steals beers and gets time as souvenir

It also did not go down well for an American National, who is facing stiff penalties for stealing three beers and a coke from Red Hunt Inn in the Bella [...]

European national raped by man she met at Wet Willy’s Night Club

A thirty-eight year old European visitor was reportedly raped while vacationing in San Pedro. The woman told police that on Wednesday night she met a man, who identified himself as [...]

Mahogany Vendors won’t go says aspiring politician

Twenty-three Mahogany Street vendors, who operate under Belize Electricity Limited’s main transmission line, are no closer to finding a solution to their impending relocation. B.E.L. charges that the vendors are [...]

S.J.C.’s Drug Week ends with a drug free party

St. John’s Junior College celebrated Drug Awareness Week. In a time when teens are experimenting with alcohol and drugs, the students and teachers culminated the events with a display to [...]

Women’s Department’s Single Mother’s Project

The Women’s Department is encouraging Belize City women to sign up for its Supporting Single Mother’s Project. Successful applicants will learn a trade and after the course, the department will [...]

Castillo Group rebuilds and adopts Highway Bus Stop

Commuters heading north of Belize City can now wait for transport in the comfort of a newly built bus stop on the Northern Highway near Palotti High School.  For several [...]

What’s Happening this Weekend? Arielle knows the Hot Spots!!!

Week after week Arielle has been bringing you the scoop on where to find the hottest parties. And tonight’s What’s Happening Belize segment is packed with ideas for fun and [...]