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Security Guard executed on the job in O.W.

The long list of murder statistics for this year has gone up by two and now stands at one hundred and eight. Two men were killed over the weekend, one [...]

Murder on South Creek Bridge

In Belize City, where the homicides are at all time high, a resident of King Parks was walking his girlfriend home when he met his death in the deadly South [...]

Stabbed in a cab

In other violence in the city, a disc jockey is recovering from a stab wound to the abdomen. On Sunday, Mauricio Lemus was inside a taxi, when he had a [...]

D.P.P. waiting for Police’s rape statement

Several cases of the sexual abuse of minors have been reported in the news recently. In Sarteneja, a U.S. national has been accused of sodomizing three brothers. And in Belize [...]

P.U.P. Northern Caucus supports Espat

On the political front, this Wednesday is the deadline for the submission of names for the P.U.P. leadership. We note that the Interim Leader, Mark Espat, is yet to put [...]

B.N.T.U.: Teachers say NO to the 9th Amendment

So while Mark Espat has said if he will lead the Opposition at Friday’s House Meeting on the ninth amendment, the Council of Management of the Belize National Teachers Union [...]

Many accidents; where is Benque’s ambulance?

When helping an accident victim, most Emergency Medical Technicians would tell the public to call 911 and not to attempt to move the injured person. Good Samaritans who want to [...]

Ghost Town Associate charged with Attempted Murder

In court today, an associate of the Ghost Town Gang was charged in connection with a shooting incident that occurred on August tenth. Nine shots were fired at thirty-one year [...]

Teen pleads Guilty to Marijuana Possession

Around twelve-thirty this morning, police busted a vehicle with four parcels of marijuana on Vernon Street.  A pick-up truck driven by San Ignacio resident, Leslie Grinage was stopped where police [...]

Thieves steal toddler’s medical instruments

A family is seeking the public’s assistance in locating some medical instruments that went missing from their luggage on public transportation. A team of surgeons recently completed general pediatric surgeries [...]

GMO destroyed; all gone?

On Friday, the Scientific Steering Committee of the Belize Agricultural Health Authority issued a press release on the importation of genetically modified corn seeds into the country in mid-August.  The [...]

Breaking News: traffic accident on the Western Highway

A traffic accident has been reported on the Western Highway near mile thirteen involving a bus and a private vehicle. The extent of injuries is not known and we’ll have [...]

Esperanza villager’s century old lesson

He has lived a century; it is quite a feat for Edujives Velasquez, one of the oldest persons in Belize who lives in Esperanza in the west. In his lifetime [...]

Joyce Shaw wins Lotto

The lotto jackpot climbed all the way up to one hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars for Saturday’s draw. And the lucky winner is Joyce Shaw, a teacher for over three [...]

New Angles in Sports Broadcasting with James Adderley

The National Male Football Team can only be described as over achievers after posting a record 3 wins, 3 losses so far in the 2014 World Cup Qualifiers. In fact, [...]