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Boyfriend stabs girlfriend in neck and leg

A teenage girl is in stable condition after her boyfriend reportedly stabbed her in the neck and leg at his shack this afternoon. The girl, seventeen year old Stephanie Wagner [...]

Tropic Air plane runs off runway

There hasn’t been a local plane accident since the tragic death of Sir Barry Bowen in February of last year, when his plane crashed near San Pedro. But this morning, [...]

Squatters won’t move, and meet to discuss the promise of land

On Thursday, heavily armed police showed up at the junction of Faber’s Road with the Western Highway. They took eviction orders to a community of squatters ordering them to move [...]

Online poll suggests refund from concert

You will know by now that last Saturday’s platinum artists were a no show as advertised for the concert featuring Shyne, the Music Ambassador and son of the P.M.  The [...]

Mash up on the Northern Highway

Two vehicles collided head-on just before the lunch hour. The accident caused a traffic jam on the Northern Highway, in the area of the Haulover Bridge. One of the drivers, [...]

Fuel prices jitter like a bug

Motorists are experiencing slight gas relief at the pumps this weekend after several consecutive price hikes over the past three months.  The cost per gallon of premium and regular gasoline [...]

Cardona not gone and certainly not forgotten

Earlier today we caught up with Wilfred “Sedi” Elrington, the Minister of Foreign Affairs at a CARIFORUM ministerial meeting. The subject of Marcel Cardona’s “constructive resignation” from the U.D.P. was [...]

Christian Workers Union and Port of Belize agree to disagree

Stevedores employed at the Port of Belize Ltd. say they are contemplating industrial action over what they are claiming to be a deliberate act of union busting on the part [...]

CARIFORUM: Dominicans being sidelined?

Five Foreign Ministers and senior officials from the seventeen countries that make up CARIFORUM, which includes CARICOM countries along with the Dominican Republic, are in Belize for the eighteenth meeting [...]

Brother now faces manslaughter for killing his brother

Fifty year old Jeremiah Pott pleaded not guilty to a charge of Grievous Harm last Thursday, after a fight that landed his brother, Fedencio Pott in a coma. Jeremiah told [...]

Juggling from Argentina to Belize

If you drove past stop lights at Cinderella Plaza or on Central American Boulevard this morning, you may have been wondering if the circus came to town. There were three [...]

COLA’s Fundraiser for former fast food chain employees

HL’s, a well known burger joint in the past decade, has wound up and closed its locations around the old capital. There have been several former employees that have worked [...]

YC Gospel Concert will raise the spirit and save some souls

The buzz last weekend was a major concert, involving Belize Musical Ambassador, Moshe Levi Ben David, also known as Shyne. That event turned out to be anti-climatic, but there’s another [...]

What’s happening this weekend? Arielle knows

It’s April and Arielle has the lineup of events that you and your family can attend to kick off the month.  There are events on Sunday, a night of rock [...]