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11 year old girl shot multiple times while sleeping; brother also injured

An eleven year old girl is fighting for her life in the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. The vicious cycle of violence continued on Saturday morning but instead of the streets, [...]

Honduran national shot in Belize City

There was another shooting incident over the weekend which left a Honduran national injured.  Shortly before eleven o’clock on Saturday night, twenty-nine year old Lindy Aranda, a mason, was riding [...]

Vehicle careens and kills businessman in accident

Saturday morning was also deadly on the highway. A Belize City businessman, Liang Sheng Heng was killed in a traffic accident. Heng was walking on the Northern Highway when an [...]

Woman dies after violent fight reaches inside her home

A fight between relatives in the village of Cristo Rey in Corozal District has left an elderly woman dead and a man fighting for his life after he was chopped [...]

3 charged for murder of Trial Farm villager

Three Orange Walk men have been charged in connection with Ricardo Elmer Blanco’s death. After he failed to return home on August third, the following day Blanco’s nude body was [...]

Suspects detained for E-Buy robbery/homicide

A Ladyville businessman was fatally shot during a late evening robbery at E-Buy Supermarket last Thursday August ninth.  Two armed assailants entered the store shortly after five p.m. and demanded [...]

Neighbor’s machete attack fueled by jealousy?

Another chopping incident occurred over the weekend in the Corozal District; this time in San Roman Village. Ocias Cobarruvias was walking home along with his son and a friend, when [...]

Oppenheimer says proposed terms significantly worse for bondholders

The feedback on the bond restructuring continues to be far from welcoming. According to a recent report by Carl Ross for Oppenheimer issued on August tenth, 2012, “The the proposed [...]

Committee of Bondholders express disappointment with negotions

There is breaking news regarding the bond. The Coordinating Committee of Bondholders formed to address matters relating to the potential restructuring of super bond due in 2029 has expressed disappointment and concern [...]

Belize Times former employees want Said Musa to “show me the money”

The government has a tough task of restructuring the Superbond to the international bondholders and on the home front, the Opposition People’s United Party also faces a tough time keeping [...]

Illegal gold miners busted miles in the Chiquibul National Park

The first arrests for illegal gold mining in the Chiquibul National Park were made over the weekend during patrols by the Joint Forces Unit based at the Ceibo Chico Conservation [...]

Proper solutions needed to end Guatemalan incursions in Belize

The first phase of the initiative was to inform the Guatemalans that they were illegally panning for gold on Belizean territory. But Rafael Manzanero says that since they are moving [...]

CSEC: more students, more passes; but core percentages decline

The cramming for high school examinations have long been forgotten and those students are enjoying their summer holidays while preparing to enter sixth form. Before classes begin, there is still [...]

CAPE examinations: more females take exam and results are steady

Also released today were the results of the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE). One hundred and twenty sixth form students signed up to sit subjects. Fifty-one percent of them were [...]

House of Said Musa Jr. burglarized

Said Musa Junior, son of the former Prime Minister, lost over six thousand, two hundred dollars in items when his house was burglarized between mid July and August sixth. The [...]

How safe are we? Minister of National Security’s vehicle broken into

He’s the head honcho of local law enforcement, but even the Minister of National Security, John Saldivar Senior, has been targeted by criminals. His vehicle was burglarized, while it was [...]

Exhibit showcases the art of Rachel Heusner

Rachel Heusner is a Belizean who lives in Trinidad and Tobago; but her love for Belize and her passion for painting soon infused to create works of art. With a [...]

James Adderley with the weekend sports update

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   The Belize Defense Force went into Game II of the Champion of Champions Cup inside the MCC Grounds yesterday [...]