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Brother of former Prime Minister murdered

There were no gang related murders over the weekend, but an innocent life was still snuffed out in the crime wave sweeping across the country. The brother of Belize’s first [...]

Police raid showers down on ‘Raindrops’ Swan and family

A series of police crackdowns across Belize City began on Friday with an operation on Flamboyant Street. One of the big finds was an antipersonnel explosive similar to that of [...]

Galvez Family and Belizeans for Justice targeted by arsonists

At about two-thirty on Saturday morning a vehicle belonging to Yolanda Schakron, the outspoken founder of Belizeans for Justice, was torched in the Los Lagos area. It is the second [...]

Contraband beer at La Isla Bonita

On Sunday evening, a vessel was intercepted in San Pedro carrying a quantity of contraband liquor. The authorities are keeping tightlipped about the incident but there is a reliable report [...]

Glenn Tillett Vs Social Security Board

A hearing began today before the Acting Chief Justice, Samuel Awich. It is the case of Glenn Tillett versus the Social Security Board. Last November, Tillett filed a claim in [...]

Custom Officers charged for scamming US senior citizen

In the lower court, two customs officers are facing charges following a report by an elderly US National, who claims he was scammed out of thousands of dollars. The accused [...]

Law & order; Fake Cop becomes his own attorney

Remember Aaron Wilson? He’s the man dubbed as the ‘fake cop’. While Wilson has beaten other charges, he was back in court today on four of seven charges; theft, threatening [...]

Several Illegal guns and ammunition taken off the streets

Earlier we told you about a raid at the house of James Swan Senior, where police found a stash of weed and a firearm magazine. In other searches throughout the [...]

Bus robbers busted at the next stop

The Police Department removed at least six unlicensed weapons and different caliber bullets from the streets over the weekend. But the department is under fire for not doing enough and [...]

COLA’s Conference after termination of its President from G.O.B. post

This Tuesday, COLA, is planning a press conference at the Battlefield Park to discuss the termination of its president, Moses Sulph, as an open vote registry clerk. On April twelfth, [...]

Claymore explosive kit was a dud; no explosives

Last week, among the stolen and illegal items raked in during a sweep of hot zones in the City, was a high powered weapon, known to be used mainly by [...]

Mark King becomes U.D.P. Lake Independence candidate

And in news of a political nature, the United Democratic Party held its convention for a new Standard Bearer in the Lake Independence constituency and when the polls closed at [...]

Rose Classic International Basketball camp at Bird’s Isle

It’s the time of the year for the Rose Classic International Basketball camp. The camp has been taking place for five years at Easter time when the students are away [...]

Crime Stoppers Football Tournament for kids

Basketball is not the only game in town and across the City at the MCC grounds, another group of school children are competing in a football tournament. Organized by Crime [...]

Sports Monday with James Adderley

Good night I’m James Adderly and this is Sports Monday. Week 8 in the Belize Bank Super League Tournament brought the surging Orange Walk United ball club to the MCC [...]