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Murder at Fish Market; George Street’s Avondale Fuller gunned down

A well known associate of the George Street gang has been gunned down this evening by the Vernon Street Fish Market. Avondale Fuller, also known as Hagbone, was shot and [...]

Price of fuel at the pump reaching for the skies

A mere ten days ago on April third, the prices of fuel hit the roofs. And if you felt the pain in your wallet, well, we can tell you that [...]

In the heat of the night; two vehicles set on fire

The Fire Department was called to the scene before dawn this morning in the area of Vernon Street. Two vehicles parked near the Red House were on fire and the [...]

Should G.O.B. attack social ills instead of implementing draconian laws?

Tonight’s question is: Do you think that government should attack the social ills instead of imposing draconian laws to reduce crime? Get involved by emailing your comments and responses to [...]

Former National Transport Bus Workers still not paid

It has been tough for the former employees of National Transport Limited. Since the company went into receivership late last year, they have been in limbo over salaries owed to [...]

Government fires COLA President, Moses Sulph, from public service

The group Citizens Organized for Liberty through Action has been at the forefront of social issues affecting Belizeans. COLA has been very vocal about the offshore drilling issue and the [...]

2004 Belize Bank robbery case falls apart

Five persons, including the bank manager, were arraigned on Monday in connection with the robbery at the Orange Walk branch of Heritage Bank. Just as that case got underway, a [...]

First time convict gets 7 lenient years for burglary

A case of Burglary also ended in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court today, but fifty year old Anthony Rodriguez, didn’t get a happy ending. Rodriguez pleaded guilty to the charge [...]

Belize not participating in regional basketball tournament

In August 2009 Team Belize got a taste of victory despite placing second in the COCABA Championship held in Cancun, Mexico.  The team then proceeded to the Centro Basket Tournament [...]

UB student government’s March for Peace

John Lennon once said Imagine all the people living life in peace. And though you may say he was a dreamer, the former Beatles Icon is not the only one [...]

Ministry of Transport re-routes Northern Highway buses

The Ministry of Transport is implementing a new regulation in respected of tinted vehicle windows, beginning June first. That ministry is also putting in place new bus routes to come [...]

Training medical practitioners to care for human trafficking victims

Earlier today a two-day workshop got underway relating to the global problem of trafficking in persons. While a number of initiatives have dealt with enforcing laws to what is known [...]

Musician drops video and ready to throw international hit

The headlines in April have been dominated by walls and bodies packed with slugs from illegal guns and ammunition.  Well, one Belize City musician has taken all the trials he [...]

$10,000 on the line for KTV Latino

The final round of competition on KTV Latino takes place at the Bliss at nine o’clock tonight. The season is about to conclude and one worthy performer will take home [...]