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National Security’s finest, B.D.F. and Police Officers, charged for Credit Union Robbery

Three weeks ago on May fourteenth to be precise was the last time a police officer was arrested. The charge? Trying to corrupt another cop. Police officers have been arrested [...]

PG Sho Family members still in hospital after murder and chopping

In other news from the south, a home invasion on the outskirts of Punta Gorda town has left one man dead and two others hospitalized. Care-takers of Tropic Inn, the [...]

Belize River Valley under water

Ten days of rains has caused flooding in the Belize River Valley. Farms in a number of communities have been affected. In the Maskall Area, the farmers have lost most [...]

What is the most pressing problem the country is facing: crime and violence or the economic downturn?

Tonight’s question is: What is the most pressing problem the country is facing: crime and violence or the economic downturn? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to [...]

Attorney Godfrey Smith weighs in on Belize/Guatemala Referendum

The date to hold simultaneous referenda to take the Belize/Guatemala claim to the International Court of Justice is set for October sixth, 2013. In both Belize and Guatemala, a massive [...]

Possible opposing views within U.D.P. and P.U.P. on Referendum

The issue of how to resolve the territorial claim has been divisive among the public and in political parties.  According to Smith, despite sensitization on the subject there may be [...]

South Side Gangsters, AKA Ministry of Work employees, busted with weed

The Gang Suppression Unit made a bust of cannabis this morning when it searched an enclosed yard at Caesar Ridge Road housing a two storey building and a number of [...]

GSU busts duo who burglarized home

In another arrest by the GSU, nineteen year old Hugh Thomas and nineteen year old Monica Ramclam along with a seventeen year old were all detained pending charges of burglary, [...]

Security Guard says Tyrone Meighan pulled gun and fired shot at him

Eighteen year old Tyrone Meighan may have not thought much of the consequences of pulling out an illegal firearm and shooting in public, but he will have some time in [...]

Tulip theft and false name, but Bennett says he’s innocent

K-Park Supermarket on Sixth Street in King’s Park is popular with shoppers and shop lifters. But instead of hiding the stolen items, one thief tried to walk away with them [...]

Highlights of Festival of Arts

We’ve reported so far on the arrest of law enforcement officers, other crimes and flooding, but there’s something positive that has just concluded that shows talent of the youth.  The [...]

Film Festival to be launched with record number of entries

Fans of the cinema will be happy to know that the Belize International Film Festival is on the horizon. The seventh installation of the country’s only festival that praises the [...]

World Environment Day observed in Belize

“Green Economy: Does It Include You?”, the universal theme for this year’s World Environment Day, encourages growth in income and employment driven by public and private investments that reduce carbon [...]

Croc lounges in residential neighborhood

While our news crew was covering the city murders and shootings on Monday, they drove past North Creek on the South Side near Meggs Vehicle Repair Shop. Across the canal [...]

Transit of Venus across the Sun; 117 years in the making

A singular event today captured the attention of astronomers around the globe and those who simply follow the stars. A rare astronomical event that is known as the transit of [...]