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European Union ban on Belize’s aquaculture

There is a confirmed report out of Belmopan that the European Union has removed Belize from what is referred to as a List One Status for exports of fish and [...]

American Businessman murdered

Turning to crime, in a home invasion on Wednesday night shortly after seven-thirty, well-known US businessman, Dr. Larry Johnson, was brutally beaten and killed in Ontario Village. According to employees [...]

Francis Fonseca reshapes P.U.P. Executive

Francis Fonseca assumed the leadership of the People’s United Party two weeks ago and was sworn in as the leader of the opposition in the House last week. Since then, [...]

P.U.P. names its City Council slate

This morning at Independence Hall, the Opposition Party introduced its City Council slate. The party leader, Francis Fonseca admitted that the party is cash strapped, but that money does not [...]

APAMO wants transparency and accountability

The recent revelation of seismic drilling in the south is stirring up resentment among environmentalists. The Association of Protected Areas Management Organization, APAMO, also a member of the umbrella group [...]

Benque Police lock up minors overnight without charges

The relatives of a group of men and minors, who were arrested Wednesday, say that they are angry over the way the police handled them. According to the family members, [...]

1st flush; GSU bust couple for cocaine

Shortly before one o’clock this morning a team of officers attached to the Gang Suppression Unit descended upon the property of forty-eight year old Caryl Meighan on Mercy Lane and [...]

Couple’s home makeover was a STEAL

A husband and wife from Far West Street are facing charges after they gave their home a full makeover with stolen household fixtures and appliances. At around ten-thirty on October [...]

Store robber served time in remand

Another accused thief was in court today for allegedly robbing a Chinese storeowner and his customers at gunpoint this past Saturday night. Police believe that thirty-three year old Sandhill resident, [...]

Gift of Life and Awards to Rotary’s Finest

The Gift of Life is Rotary Club initiative that provides free medical assistance to needy children, primarily with heart problems. On Wednesday night at the Radisson, outstanding Rotarians were recognized [...]

Gulf of Honduras to eliminate pollution

You heard about the Gulf of Honduras Project back in October when directors announced that they were pressing full speed ahead to stop pollution in the gulf that is shared [...]