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Another Matura murdered

The Matura family of Central American Boulevard is no stranger to the constant street violence. At the start of the weekend, a fourth family member was murdered. Mark Matura was [...]

Body found with plastic bag tied over head

In Ladyville, the body of a thirty-six year old resident was found under suspicious circumstances but the Police Department is unable to ascertain if the man was murdered. According to [...]

Jaime Hendrick Smith charged for double murder

A lone gunman unleashed a barrage of bullets at a group of friends on Antelope Street on May twentieth, leaving two men dead and three others injured. Police believe that [...]

Accidental bump transforms into shooting and alleged police brutality

When two Belize City residents, a deacon and a small business owner decided to visit a local entertainment center on Saturday night, they hadn’t a clue that it would end [...]

Primary School Examination top students say how they did it

Now for the good news, the PSE results 2011 were released late on Friday evening. We told you who the top scorers are; they comprise a mix bag from the [...]

Analyzing the PSE scores; why grades dropped for so many

Earlier you met this year’s top PSE students; most of them from public schools. And as we said, the results in English and Math were not encouraging. Last year, the [...]

Winners of PUP and UDP conventions promise to serve

With convention season in full swing, the machineries of the political parties revved up in the Orange Walk South, Belmopan and Toledo East constituencies over the weekend. In the north, [...]

Gill Street gang member charged for prohibited weapon

A reputed member of the Gill Street Gang was arrested for Kept prohibited firearm and Kept unlicensed ammunition, but he is also being investigated and may be charged for the [...]

Diamonds Entertainment Bar manager drops attempted murder charges

A Belize City businessman decided today that he did not want to proceed to trial against two accused men for attempting to rob his business and trying to kill him. [...]

Police woman Nicholette Bermudez charged with theft

A police woman was also before the court today, facing charges for stealing jewelry and other items from Julissa Westby, who was detained back in March. Westby’s complaint led to [...]

Wholesale market vendors need improved area

The Michael Finnegan Market Vendors are unhappy with the new configurations implemented by the Belize City Council. The street vendors who normally block traffic along the canal side have been [...]

Open Your Eyes attends 41st OAS General Assembly in El Salvador

The forty-first General Assembly of the Organization of American States is underway in El Salvador and is being held under the theme “Citizen Security in the Americas”. Organized transnational crime [...]

Honduras readmitted into OAS

A top agenda item at the general assembly is the re-admission of Honduras, which lost its membership after a military coup in June 2009, interrupted the democratic process ousting former [...]

Woman needs help to raise funds for MRI

The violence in the old capital has often been the source of pain and media coverage. But there are families whose pain though not exposed in the news headlines requires [...]

Lotto Winner gets $55,250

But tonight twenty two year old Tanisha Beaton, a second class clerk at the Treasury Department is the luck winner of the Lotto jackpot. When Beaton collected her winnings of [...]

Sportscaster James Adderley’s calorie burning sports update

Good Evening I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The Belize Bank Super League Tournament blasted off its 2011 playoffs yesterday with the reams fighting to get into the [...]