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Healthy Living pulls out a tissue for sinusitis

In today’s edition of Healthy Living we discuss a condition that can affect just about everyone. Sinusitis is the inflammation of the sinuses or nasal passages. The main symptoms include [...]

Corozal Police busts villager and his minor/wife with 9 Kilos of cocaine

The north of the country has not experienced the violent crimes that have spread from Belize City to Cayo. However, the Corozal Police Formation has been hot on the trail [...]

Sixteen year old shot in the head

The trickle of blood on West Street near its intersection with Cemetery Road where sixteen year old Trevor Neal was discovered this morning adds to the ongoing bloodbath in Belize [...]

B.D.F. soldier found guilty of murdering his wife

Just before five o’clock today a jury decided on the fate of a B.D.F. soldier who was accused with the murder of his wife. Raquel Requeña had separated from her [...]

Is the Gang Suppression Unit using excessive force on civilians?

Tonight’s question is: Do you think the Gang Suppression Unit is using excessive force on civilians? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your [...]

American tried to kill himself in U.S.A., but passes away in Belize

On Monday, US national Michael Virgin, checked in at a local hotel in La Isla Bonita. It seemed as if he had come to vacation in San Pedro, but before [...]

Marketing Board’s Dutch onions are going up in smoke

Last week we reported on the onion crisis in the two northern districts. Thousands of acres of onion fields, some nine hundred thousand pounds of the vegetable are rotting and [...]

Robbers had beef with victim, but culprits beaten with frozen meat

A Belize City man was the target of two thieves who ambushed him on Monday night as he rode his bicycle on Dolphin Street. One of the attackers snatched a [...]

B.D.F. Light Engineering Company helps Haiti in time of need

Normally it’s the Peace Corps or the Red Cross that is deployed around the world in times of disaster. But last year the Belize Defense Force sent a Company to [...]

Coast Guard hauls in contraband liquor and getaway boat

We usually hear about the Belize Coastguard in search and rescue missions, but the unit also helps to keep the waters safe from illegal activities such as narco-trafficking. During their [...]

Intergovernmental Panel on climate change meets in Belize

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the leading international body for the assessment of climate change. It’s a scientific group that deals with the complex issue of climate [...]

Lucilla Bartley charged for fatally stabbing Osborne Gordon

A forty year old woman, Lucilla Bartley, a single mother of two, is at the Central Prison tonight. She is among a small number of women to be charged with [...]

Elvis Rhamdas stabbed in the back

There was another stabbing and it involved forty-one year old Elvis Rhamdas, a Belize City fisherman of a Central American Boulevard Address.  Sometime around nine o’clock p.m. on Holy Thursday, [...]

Shootout between robbers and store owner; customers shot

While two families grieve the deaths of their loved ones, it didn’t turn out as tragic for a mother and son in Orange Walk Town.  Two armed robbers burst into [...]

Chopping victim succumbs to wounds

A recent victim of robbery passed away and now the crime has been upgraded to murder. He is murder victim number forty. On April twelfth, two salesmen were robbed at [...]

What happens in Cancun stays in Cancun; unless you have guns and ammunition

Three men and a woman believed to be linked to the ruthless Los Pelones cartel have been arrested in Cancun and according to the Mexican media; two of the suspects [...]

Eighteen year old charged for murder of cab driver

Forty-four year old Kirk Belisle was shot and killed in Belize City while repairing a rented black Chevy Nova near Shiloh Seventh Day Adventist Church on La Croix Street off [...]

Michael Palacio’s Grievous Harm and Aggravated Assault charges

Also appearing in court today was thirty-one year old Michael Palacio who was charged with of Aggravated Assault of an Indecent Nature upon a minor and Grievous Harm upon a [...]

Gang Suppression Unit finds weed stashes

The Gang Suppression Unit was busy over the Easter holidays; they did not pull in any high powered weapons, but they found a whole lot of marijuana when they conducted [...]

Esso Superstation robbed

Gas stations continue to be a source of quick cash for thieves.  The latest target is the Esso Superstation in the Pound Yard Bridge area of Belize City.  On Sunday [...]

Drug plane that landed on Highway was stolen from Honduran Military

The biggest drug bust in Belize was recorded in November last year when a twin-engine Beechcraft Super King Air 200 plane landed on the Southern highway laden with Colombian cocaine; [...]

15th Annual Mexican Children Painting Contest

Are you between the ages of eight and twelve years old?  Do you have a keen interest in painting? Then you’d be interested in the fifteenth annual Mexican Children Painting [...]

Highlights of the Cross Country Classic

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and welcome to this portion of Sports Monday. The 83rd Annual Cross Country Cycling Classic grabbed center stage on Holy Saturday as the entire nation [...]

“Raindrops” Swan gets bail

James “Raindrops” Swan Senior, the highly connected man whose house was raided on Monday morning, has been granted bail due to a health condition. Members of the Belize Police Department [...]

Freak accident on highway leaves one dead

A family who lives on the Hummingbird Highway is grieving the death of one of their own. Thirty-nine year old Edgar Otoniel Guerra, a laborer of Armenia Village and a [...]