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Teen murdered in front of parents in Benque

While the revelry was taking place down south in celebration of Garifuna Settlement Day, in the west a teenager lost his life in a dangerous stretch along the border. The [...]

Argument becomes murderous road rage

Up north another murder has been reported. A resident of the San Victor Village in the Corozal District was killed during a hit and run incident last Thursday. The driver [...]

Deep inside the Chiquibul with joint forces

Illegal logging activities continue unabated in the Chiquibul. This past Friday, the Chiquibul Joint Enforcement Unit, comprising of Friends of Conservation and Development rangers, B.D.F. and police personnel, surprised a [...]

Kim Barrow receives medical treatment

Prime Minister Dean Barrow returned to the country on Sunday. The PM was in Miami where his wife, Kim Simplis Barrow is receiving treatment for breast cancer. Simplis Barrow was [...]

Police sergeant stabbed in police station

In Dangriga this morning a police officer was stabbed while on duty. The incident happened at the station and the accused is the ex-common-law of Delia Hyde. Kent McKenzie also [...]

Woman claims raped 3 times by boss

Aside from the murders in the West and north, there is another heinous crime to report this time in the south. A twenty-four year old domestic of San Pedro Columbia [...]

4 year old knocked down in Succotz

A four year old, Ethan Can was knocked down on Friday afternoon in the Village of Succotz. The infant one student was on the perimeter of his school grounds when [...]

Jerome Flores completes reef ride

Jerome Flores, a paraplegic cyclist, completed his two-day ride from the capital to Dangriga on Saturday.  Flores’ handlers estimated that the ride would take him six hours but when he [...]

Security guard robbed at Sol Belize

A security guard became a victim of robbery early this morning. At twelve ten a.m. Monday morning, twenty nine year old Randy Rodriguez was working the night shift at Sol [...]

German victim of violent home invasion

Two foreigners received a shock when they became victims of a home invasion in Ladyville. On Sunday, fifty one year old Harold Hillger, a German with Belizean nationality reported that [...]

Business Processing outsourcing graduates 66

Call centers have been growing in numbers as many overseas companies turn to the region looking for trained personnel. It is a relative new industry that has the potential of [...]

B.S.I.; Is it Union Busting?

The newly elected executive of the Belize Workers Union whose membership owns majority shares in the financially embattled Belize Sugar Industries Ltd. is tonight at odds with the company‘s administration [...]

Citrus Growers short U.S. $2 Million

The situation in the citrus belt remains tenuous. Citrus growers are nowhere near getting paid for their produce because the Citrus Products of Belize Limited has been unable to draw [...]

Woman stabs woman over relationship issues

In broad daylight on Saturday on Curl Thompson Street, a mother claims she was attacked by in the presence of her children.  Sherlene Garnette says her attacker is the daughter [...]

James Adderley’s groundbreaking Sports Update

Good Evening I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The semi-final round of the Belize District Female Football Competition got off with a bang yesterday at the Ladyville Football [...]