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Crooked Tree protests to get Audubon out of village

The historic village of Crooked Tree on the Northern Highway is a Wildlife Sanctuary since 1984. A vast network of lagoons and interconnecting waterways lure thousands to the village which [...]

A woman is critically injured after being shot inside her bathroom

On Thursday night, there was no reported gun violence in the Lake Independence area of Belize City, a declared Crime Ridden area, but in the heart of the City a [...]

Machete brawl ends with 1 man chopped and another shot by police

Not far away on Regent Street, there was another shooting which involved a pair of Belize City men and the police. It started with an altercation in front of the [...]

McAfee losing credibility on the international scene

Gregory Faull was murdered and found dead at his house in San Pedro on Sunday morning. But the story is no longer about Faull’s murder; the focus is now Faull’s [...]

US Networks converge on Ambergris Caye

John McAfee was a technological pioneer not only for his brand of antivirus, but also because one of his companies, Tribal Voice, designed one of the first instant messaging programs. [...]

Butane prices going up on Saturday

An increase of ten dollars in the price of liquid petroleum gas or butane was announced today, but it only applies to gas imported from Mexico. The new price of [...]

Alleged gunman denied bail on attempted murder charge

The suspect in the early morning shooting of Youth for the Future employee, Delone Vernon, remains imprisoned tonight after he attempted to secure bail at the Supreme Court. Twenty year [...]

Second accused church burglar is sent behind bars

A second suspect has been charged for the burglary of Mount Olive Seventh Day Adventist Church between October twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth. Twenty-eight year old Ronald Gill was charged within a [...]

Former ComPol suggests that controlling ammo importation can curb crime

The government is in the process of implementing new measures to try to curb crime in the country, particularly by focusing on the city’s known hotspots. But, there’s one more [...]

Belize Institute of Public Safety and Security is launched

In the fight against crime, every bit helps. A new organization was launched today that intends to help find solutions to tackle the rampant crime. It’s the Belize Institute of [...]

New Cuban Ambassador speaks on relationship with Belize

Newly-appointed Cuban Ambassador to Belize Jose Prieto Cintado met with the media in Belize City earlier this week.  During the hour-long session Prieto touched on a range of issues, including [...]

A reenactment of the arrival of the Garinagu

Monday, November nineteenth, will be celebrated nationally as Garifuna Settlement Day.  Across the country people have begun the annual mass migration to the Culture Capital, Dangriga.  In honor of the [...]