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Murdered outside his mother’s home in Orange Walk

A twenty-six year old was executed on Sunday night in Orange Walk Town. Alberto Atarna Tutt was shot multiple times, including to the back of his head. Just prior to [...]

Teakettle resident charged for murder

While police investigate Tutt’s murder, a Teakettle resident has been arrested and charged for the murder of twenty-three year old Shane Simpliss, who was brutally killed last Wednesday night. Simpliss [...]

Bus owners; are they on the road to recovery?

Last Friday, the transportation industry came to a screeching halt when members of the Belize Bus Owners Cooperative staged a protest closing off the northern and western highways. It resulted [...]

However, government may face more industrial action

But there is dissention within the membership of the Belizean Bus Association.  On Sunday a meeting was held to discuss bus runs in the northern zone.  Those discussions did not [...]

September Carnival in jeopardy

Carnival has always been a traditional and integral part of the September celebrations. It is perhaps the most anticipated event in the calendar of activities for the mas camps as [...]

Hurricane Season begins this week

The hurricane season for the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea is just around the corner. The National Meteorological Service expects that Belize will see an active hurricane season between [...]

Prisoners who were injured in accident safe behind bars

On Friday afternoon a police van that was transporting prisoners to the Central Prison overturned around mile thirty-seven in Rhaburn Ridge. Prison warden, Delbert McLaughlin died shortly after while being [...]

Convicted criminal and escapee captured

Another prisoner, Fabian Bain, was not involved in the accident, but he had four days of freedom and is back in jail tonight. Bain, who is also known as Carlos [...]

Robbery and burglary in Corozal and Belmopan

Two thieves used one of the oldest tricks in the book to rob the Corozal branch of Belize Postal and Messaging Service. The men went to the establishment at around [...]

Walk to raise awareness of cancer

The Cancer Walk was one of main events in Cancer Awareness Month that concludes at the end of May. And this year, the turnout was impressive.  Organizers say the event [...]

Good Samaritan and heart surgery needed

The country is filled with testimonies of people who need assistance but those who can help are unfortunately in short supply.  Maria Ramos, a twenty-six year old single mother, is [...]

Miss YWCA crowned

The seventeenth annual Miss Y Pageant was held at Bird’s Isle on Saturday night and seven contestants between the ages of seventy-one and eighty graced the stage. The audience was [...]

Sports Guru James Adderley sums up the week in sports

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. As regular season in the Belize Bank Super League Tournament reached its natural conclusion over the weekend, Raymond Gentle City [...]