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Murder in St. Matthew’s Village

A twenty year old student from the IT-VET in the west has been shot and killed. His family heard gunshot blasts around midnight but did not imagine that Jorge Agustin [...]

Churches pass judgment on 9th Amendment

The ninth amendment by which government proposes to alter the constitution to give parliament supremacy is the hottest topic of discussion in most quarters. Public consultations are scheduled to commence [...]

ComPol gets in accident

Commissioner of Police Crispin Jeffries was involved in a traffic accident last Friday; he was unscathed.  It happened at about one-forty at the junction of Fabers Road and the Western [...]

Salvadoran national allegedly molests 10 year old girl

There’s another disturbing case of child molestation to report tonight and the victim is a ten year old girl. Thirty-eight year old Salvadoran national, Jose Cortez, is celebrating his birthday [...]

Drug exhibit tampered with? Leiva Brothers acquitted of charges

Two brothers, who have had a charge of drug trafficking hanging over their heads for more than two years, walked free today. Stephen and William Leiva were charged in February, [...]

Series of assaults against Americans in Cayo

The Cayo District is trailing the Belize District when it comes to violent crime. And though murders are the hallmark of misconduct in the Belize District, assaults on United States [...]

Dickie Bradley gives his objections on 9th Amendment

The proposed ninth amendment to sections sixty-nine and two of the constitution should go back to the House of Representatives in October following ninety days of public airing. This Wednesday [...]

Bradley also questions proposed changes to section 2 of constitution

On Open your Eyes this morning, Dickie Bradley quoted verbatim the controversial proposed amendment to section sixty-nine of the constitution. The new subsection says that “for the removal of doubts, [...]

GOB should not cast any aspersions on the Supreme Court

Dickie Bradley also said that the executive of government should not cast any aspersions on the Supreme Court. Richard “Dickie” Bradley, Attorney “It is so—let me try and find words—it [...]

Under 17 Volleyball players in Costa Rica

The Belize Female Junior Volleyball Team has been in Costa Rica since Friday representing the Jewel at the Central American Female under-eighteen Volleyball Championship.  The young team has been fighting [...]

Stakeholders get a crash course in aviation safety

Plane crashes are not frequent occurrences in the Jewel. The latest tragic accident involved business tycoon Sir Barry Bowen and a family of four in San Pedro a year ago. [...]

YWCA Belize wins an award

The World YWCA holds it international council meeting every four years to assess the work of the different country branches and to elect board members.  The World Council Meeting and [...]

2 Belizeans receive UWI Scholarships

Two Belizean students also received prestigious awards today. Aretha Sabal and Devon Paulino were selected over students from across the Caribbean, who applied for the Sir Arthur Lewis Award for [...]

And the winner is: Miss Mexico!

La Reina De La Costa Maya 2011 was selected on Friday night in La Isla Bonita. Eight contestants from Central America and Mexico vied for the crown and strutted their [...]

James Adderley rounds up all the winners on Sports Monday

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and welcome to this portion of Sports Monday. With the Alamilla’s/Ministry of Education and Belize Bank Bulldogs already into the semifinal round of the 2011 [...]