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San Pedro residents protest construction

At noon today, a demonstration was held in San Pedro where Mayor Elsa Paz is adamant about the construction of a town clock. Many are not totally against the mayor’s [...]

Francis Fonseca endorsed as P.U.P. leader

But it was political in Belize City when John Briceño handed over the baton of the People’s United Party to Francis Fonseca on Saturday following Briceño’s sudden resignation on October [...]

But where will campaign finance come from?

Francis’ baptism as party leader was done metaphorically in hot water at the Parish Hall. He has months to secure finances for municipal as well as spearhead the upcoming General [...]

Who will become the new Caribbean Shores Rep for the U.D.P.?

In news in the U.D.P., while he had denied stepping down, all indications are that the Caribbean Shores Minister, Carols Perdomo, will not seek a second term. Perdomo was elected [...]

Guang Dong Restaurant Owner shot during robbery

There were no gang related murders in the City over the weekend, but the sustained urban violence was felt in Belmopan. At around seven on Friday night in the capital, [...]

Fainting Students will get new classroom

Eleven standard six students at the St. Edmund R.C. School in Teakettle Village inexplicably fell ill and were briefly hospitalized on Friday. Some of them fainted, but all had the [...]

Cops get legal advice about promotions

A group of police officers, who were sidelined and not promoted will firstly be seeking direct intervention by the Commissioner of Police, Crispin Jeffries. And for now, court action will [...]

Romel Rudon & Aaron Stock, CXC Finest

Last year, SJC student Dorien Villafranco took the title of top finisher of the CXC in Belize and the region. Well, the CXC and CAPE results are out and SJC [...]

SJC Principal happy about CXC Results

Echoing happy sentiments is SJC’s headmaster Yolanda Gongora. Gongora says that the hard work they have put in has paid off. Yolanda Gongora, Headmaster, SJC “I know that the boys [...]

Factory refuses Citrus Growers

Down south, there are new problems for citrus farmers. They are yet to recover from the devastation of the last hurricane that swept through the area in October 2010, which [...]

San Pedro resident missing; family concerned

A San Pedro resident has been missing for over two weeks. Ervil McCauley, a father of two daughters, one seven months old and the other two years old, has not [...]

Landlord punches female tenant

A Belize City man is spending his first of many nights in a prison cell after he was today sentenced to a year and a half behind bars for a [...]

Out on bail, burglar caught again

Cruz Anthony Allen, a Belize City resident, was recently granted bail for burglary. And almost like dejavu, Allen was back in court on a similar charge today. Chief Magistrate, Ann [...]

Hard hitting Sports Stats with James Adderley

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. Collet Maheia won the Annual Cross Country Cycle Classic in 1993 and has never deserted his love for cycling. So [...]

11 students faint in Teakettle School

An incident this morning at a Teakettle school has puzzled the entire community. Soon after classes began, several standard six students, who use the church as a classroom, fell ill; [...]

Belizean American guilty of murdering wife

Belizean, Ian Alamilla, who is living in Westmont, Chicago turned himself in six days after he strangled his estranged wife, Tara, in April 2010. Over a year later, Alamilla pleaded [...]

Stabbing Victim tells police who did it

Leon Hinds was stabbed three times on Wednesday night in an area near 88 Shopping Center on Central American Boulevard. The blade caught him in the neck, chest and lung. [...]

Viewers give their view in online poll

Earlier this month, it was discovered that forty-two weapons, including M-16s and M-4 Carbines were stolen from under the noses of the B.D.F.  Up to today, no one has been [...]

Belizean in World Series of Poker Finals

Badih “Bob” Bou-Nahra departs Belize over the weekend for Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker. He is among eight other finalists competing to take home the pot of [...]

Police arrest 22 year old for recent O.W. murder

Tomas Antonio Moguel was murdered at his workplace at the Shell One Stop in Orange Walk on the night of October fourteenth. The watchman was executed by one of two [...]

Cops seek injunction to prevent promotions

Back in January a little over three hundred police officers of various ranks sat a promotion exam and the results were very poor.  Despite the unsatisfactory performance many of them, [...]

Tourists gets 3 years for drug trafficking

The court dealt a heavy blow to British Tourist, twenty-seven year old Paul Smith, a resident of New Castle, England.  Smith was charged with a single count of drug trafficking [...]

Cops find bucket of ganja

Police made a significant drug bust on Thursday morning. It happened in an abandoned lot on Baracat Street in Belize City where they discovered a white bucket containing twenty-two black [...]

Citrus Industry’s Sheriff Polack passes away

A giant in the agriculture industry has passed. Jamaican-Belizean Pat Polack passed away on Monday of this week in the Cayman Islands after a short illness.  Polack, known by most [...]

SMART still upgrading customers to 3G

If your attention has been drawn to some dramatic television ads of three young women on a top secret mission, it really has to do with Smart upgrading to its [...]