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2 Colombians dead after Mexican plane crashes near Zoo

When a Super King Air landed on the Southern Highway in November 2010, a massive load Colombian cocaine was found hidden nearby and charges followed for several officers. Another plane [...]

Carters Upholstery burns but business still open

While the plane was hovering above the Western Highway, its pilots may have noticed a fire on the ground, but it wasn’t its landing strip. A local business located on [...]

Trouble in Paradise; Oilmen, Barrow and Saum in Court

There is trouble in paradise for Kimano Barrow and Alfredo Acosta, as the injunction filed against Paradise Energy Limited continues to be in effect. Their oil contract was signed in [...]

Oceana says transparency needed with environmental fund

Still on the prospect of oil, Cabinet has approved the establishment of the Environmental Common Fund as has been long stipulated in the Petroleum Regulations. All current Production Sharing Agreements [...]

16 Days of Activism officially launched in parade

Commemorating the annual Sixteen Days of Activism, the Women’s Department along with their partners, held their official opening ceremonies.  It is anticipated that the activities which are geared at sensitizing [...]

Fraudulent cheques, but weak evidence

German national, Stephanie Lupp, was the victim of embezzlement on October eighteenth 2010 when two blank cheques were stolen from her cheque book and two thousand, eight hundred dollars went [...]

Roaring Creek man gets several charges for a bit of weed

Also in court, a Roaring Creek man who was caught with a small amount of marijuana got himself into big trouble with the law when he allegedly resisted arrest. Thirty-two [...]

4 Mayoral candidates for former capital; meet Paco Smith

With municipal elections in less than four months, the political machinery has been in full gear around the city. The U.D.P. and the P.U.P. are out in full force, having [...]

The 1st round of Church Vs. UNIBAM misfires

It is a high profile-case, one that has been attracting a lot of attention, even internationally. It’s the UNIBAM verses the Attorney General case. UNIBAM, led by its President, Caleb [...]

International Anti-Corruption Day’s Poster Competition

International Anti-Corruption Day is celebrated world-wide on December ninth and this year the Vision Inspired by the People (VIP) is holding a poster competition to observe the day. Paco Smith, [...]

Hundreds of Belizeans and Guatemalans Storm Border for fun

For the past six months Belizean and Guatemalan students have been working side by side, learning art and music in a cultural exchange program. The initiative to bring together youths [...]