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DJ Textro Cardona murdered in Orange Walk

There’s an eighth murder victim for this year in Orange Walk. Just after midnight, a DJ was shot to death behind a supermarket at the corner of Arthur and South [...]

Winston not smiling about money owed by Steve Nembhard

Smiling versus Nembhard, their case was back before a magistrate today as tension went up notches between the two ranking members of the PUP. This morning, businessman Winston Smiling headed [...]

Nembhard un Mexicano? Attorney wants Steve to pay up in full

According to Smiling’s Attorney Michael Peyrefitte, they are requesting that the money be paid in full because Nembhard has shirked the court order repeatedly and is now considered a flight [...]

Acquitted of murdering John P. Saldivar; men sue Attorney General Ministry

Not far away, in the Supreme Court, three of five men who were accused of the 2009 murder of John Paul Saldivar are suing the Attorney General’s office for wrongful [...]

2 title papers for San Pedro land; attorney registers mischief in paperwork

There has been a flurry of purported fraudulent land transactions involving the Lands Department. It all became public when Israel “Pie” Marin, the manager of Belize Diesel and Equipment found [...]

GST not GSU Unit pulls the cops on businesses that hard pay!!

Over eleven million dollars are outstanding to the Government through the collection of General Sales tax (GST) and a total of thirteen businesses who owe GST were targeted this week [...]

Police need assistance in locating Lindburg Williams

Do you know twenty-three year old Lindburg Williams or recognize this picture? Well, he is a wanted man. The Police Department is asking the public for assistance in locating Williams, [...]

Dengue! Rains and mosquitoes; preventive spraying underway

Dengue fever is transmitted by a mosquito borne viral disease that thrives during the rainy season. This is why the Ministry of Health has started a campaign to reduce the [...]

Councilor Willoughby proposes solution to vendor problems

Since it opened its doors, the Michael Finnegan Market has been at the center of controversy from vendors. While the issues of rent and wholesale/retail occupancy are somewhat cleared up, [...]

Belize City, under sea level with poor drainage system

The vendors are not the only ones affected by the heavy showers. A number of streets in the Old Capital are tonight under water in the wake of the recent [...]

Draconian legislation may affect human rights

The Preventative Detention bill was flatly rejected by the public when it was first proposed in 2007, but in May of this year the government re-introduced the bill in the [...]

Attorney says 20-day detention can be extended

There are other sections of the bill that has the commission sounding alarm.  The twenty-day detention could also be extended via an application at the Supreme Court and the process; [...]

Duets, the best family show in the land, live on Channel 5

Those are serious matters with far reaching implications, but on a lighter note, KTV Duets premiered at the Bliss on Tuesday night and as previously promised by the producers, the [...]