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Guns, drugs and ammunition in Mexican’s Las Vegas Casino hotel room

Las Vegas Casino at the Corozal Free Zone. We broke that story on Tuesday, but police have only today released the information. It is reported that one of the most [...]

Citrus Growers intend to buy out Banks Holdings shares in C.P.B.L.

The Citrus Growers Association has ended its two days of protest against Citrus Products of Belize Limited and its business partner Banks Holdings of Barbados. The breaking news is that [...]

P.M. says Slusher/Alpuche dissolution letter is much to do about nothing

And as Zabaneh sticks by his release, so does the PM stick by his man, Slusher. PM Barrow made it clear today that he holds all confidence in Slusher. The [...]

Antichrist convicted of murder

The domestic dispute that ended in the death of David White in 2010, has now resulted in the murder conviction of a woman. It took the jury of seven women [...]

School boy recovering after falling out of bus

A young school boy suffered a horrible ordeal on Wednesday evening when he was flung from an overcrowded bus of the Haylock Bus Line fleet. Martin Noble remains in the [...]

Another Northern Regional case of malpractice and childbirth

Since September first, a number of women who went to the Northern Regional Hospital for child birth or obstetrics left the hospital with life threatening complications. While the Ministry of [...]

Child who was crushed by falling house passes away

Just two weeks ago, we reported the good news that the Belize Bank and Hand in Hand Ministries had assisted the Cordova family in Orange Walk, whose house collapsed on [...]

Business Forum opens to bridge private and public sector

With the economic engine barely stuttering, the second Business Forum under the motto Partnering for Growth, opened today at Old Belize. The forum is designed to provide an opportunity for [...]

PM asked cabinet to approve cash for slain Guatemalan

Earlier in the news the PM came out in support of Alan Slusher, his special advisor; he also came out in support of the Minister of Foreign Affairs. The newly [...]

Prior to age of consent relationship, but consummated when legal

In January of this year, twenty-three year old Jason Tingling was accused of Carnal Knowledge by a high school student who claimed he had sex with her on four occasions [...]

$10 to pick up your garbage

But the following story is not a lie; Belize City residents can expect to receive an additional monthly bill for garbage collection as of mid-December, to be paid during the [...]

Providing security for city council workers

Forty-three year old David Myvette was shot and killed as he supervised a team of workmen, who were paving a section of Electric Avenue on Wednesday morning.  The father of [...]

Dia de los Muertos; Mexicans celebrate Day of the Dead

Today, November first, is recognized in several countries around the world as El Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead.  The day focuses on the gathering of family [...]

APAMO outlines more holes in the U.S. Capital EIA

The three hundred page document known as the U.S. Capital Energy’s Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) was not easily digested by the Mayan villagers in Toledo. A language barrier and the [...]

Superstar finalists are Ladyville high school students

There’s a third finalist in the Be The Next Superstar competition; that’s the drama trio of Colin Smith, Kristen Fuentes and Ashanti Garbutt. The Ladyville group has brought comedy and [...]

Healthy Living reduces the chance of catching a stroke

World Stroke Day was observed on October twenty-ninth; it went by without much fanfare but according to one specialist, Belizeans suffer far more strokes than we realize.  Poor lifestyle habits, [...]