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Statutory Instrument signed for Crime Ridden Areas

Sections of Belize City are bracing tonight for the joint operations that will take place in designated Crime Ridden Areas. Officers will have no need for warrants for searches. Entire [...]

Mayflower residents get searched; one person claims abuse

But even before patrols begin in the crime ridden areas, there are serious allegations being made following a search of a house on Mayflower Street as police crackdown on crime [...]

Mayflower resident wants police to work in crime area

Sandra Uter says she is not against the search of the area and supports the police’s fight against crime. According to Uter, the situation on mayflower is worsened by criminals [...]

Teenagers in custody for murder of Dennis Williams

A trio of teenagers remains in police custody tonight, following the brazen midday murder of fifty-four year old Dennis Williams on Thursday.  Williams, an employee of Three Star Quality Chicken, [...]

Baptist Church says man accused of sex crime not a pastor

The Baptist Association is distancing itself from Julio Cesar Garcia. Garcia is the man who has been named in the sexual abuse of an eleven year old school girl from [...]

4 GSU cops in trouble for incident involving top cop’s wife

Four police officers attached to the Gang Suppression Unit are tonight on interdiction, following an incident in October during which the wife of Assistant Commissioner of Police Allen Whylie was [...]

Early childhood development will be focus of ministries

To make a cohesive plan will take the concerted effort and planning from the Ministries of Human Development, Health, Education and non-governmental organizations. Criminal activities, including murders, have been carried [...]

How many carnal knowledge cases this week?

This week alone, we reported on four suspected cases of carnal knowledge. One alleged perpetrator was taken to court this morning and is on remand tonight.  Twenty-three year old Adam [...]

Murder to manslaughter; wife couldn’t testify against him

Thirty-four year old Alvaro Rene Gregorio, of the San Mateo Area of San Pedro, who was accused of killing Roberto Jimenez Marroguin on October eighth, 2008, was sentenced today to [...]

B.D.F. wants his job back; he said he didn’t cheat

On Thursday night, we reported that a Belize Defense Force Lieutenant is fighting his termination. Leslie Roberts claims his woes started in January 2010 when he and another Lieutenant took [...]

Trouble for the P.U.P. and its northern caucus

In news of a political nature, there is trouble tonight in the usually united Northern Caucus of the P.U.P. According to reports, Florencio Marin, Deputy Party Leader and Corozal South [...]

Northern Regional allegations discussed at Medical Congress

There have been persistent reports of allegations of malpractice at the Northern Regional where at least fifteen persons reportedly developed life-threatening complications after surgery. But that’s not an issue that [...]

Help the Salvation Army Kettle Drive

Across the globe and in Belize, the chiming of the Salvation Army bells fills the air. The organization today kicked off its annual Kettle Appeal in downtown Belize City. This [...]

World Bank wraps up session to start Social Policy

Earlier in the week, Representatives of the World Bank had the opportunity to support the government via a technical workshop where the policy and planning units of the Ministry of [...]

Primary School students are All Saints at the Battlefield Park

If you were in the downtown area today, you would have seen young primary school children cleaning up the Battlefield Park.  The students who attend the All Saints Primary School [...]