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Murder near St. Ignatius Primary School

There was a brazen execution style murder immediately in front of the St Ignatius School on Euphrates Avenue just as students were getting back into their classrooms after the lunch [...]

Mexican national charged for drugs and plenty arsenal

In Corozal this morning, Mexican national Zurisday Villasenor  Mendez appeared briefly in the Magistrate’s Court for keeping prohibited firearm and ammunition, unlicensed firearm, drug trafficking and possession of controlled drugs. [...]

N.T.U.C.B. says no to political interference with police officer

A recent incident on San Pedro that resulted in a police corporal’s transfer after arresting an unruly U.S. national has prompted reaction from the National Trade Union Congress of Belize.  [...]

P.U.P.’s Dolores says Manuel has no business in police affairs

The P.U.P. is also speaking out against the transfer of Police Corporal Sharmane Young from San Pedro. Deputy Party Leader, Dolores Balderamos Garcia says, that as the Area Representative, Manuel [...]

McAfee, locked up in Guatemala for now

The saga of anti-virus founder John McAfee continued today with juicy gossip posted on his blog from an immigration center in Guatemala City to which he has returned after a [...]

Millennium Development Goals update show males dropping out

A report on how the country has moved since the launch of the Millennium Development Goals was released today at the University of Belize. The UNICEF report looks primarily at [...]

IDB and Belize Government mend fences

The Prime Minister is in Miami for scheduled meetings and will return to Belize on Sunday.  This afternoon after his departure, a joint release by his office and the Inter-American [...]

Inmate found guilty of making a gun

Twenty-seven year old Cecil Castillo, an inmate at the Belize Central Prison, was today found guilty of attempting to assemble a makeshift firearm behind prison walls.  On May twenty-ninth, while [...]

Not dirty laundry, but weed in bucket

Thirty-five year old Trisha Stephanie Jefferies Domingo, a cook of a Santa Barbara Street address, has been charged for possession of over two pounds of marijuana with the intent to [...]

Spirit of Christmas, K.H.M.H. receives infant warmer

It’s the season of giving and for the second time this week, the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital has received the latest medical technology to boost their services. On Tuesday, the [...]

The families that suffered at Northern Regional

Since September there have been persistent reports that something is horribly awry at the Northern Regional Hospital. At least ten women have claimed mal-practice and only last week a newborn [...]

P.U.P. calls for suspension of doctor at Northern Regional

With the number mothers and newborns who have suffered severe complications, the People’s United Party says the time has long passed for stringent action. The P.U.P. is calling for the [...]

Bus Company gives scholarships to deserving kids

Three lucky students—two attending St. Luke Methodist Primary School and one attending first form at Wesley College—are the recipients of scholarships from the Belize Bus Owners Cooperative. Twins, Alyssa and [...]

Mista Peetaz Bruk Dong Bram

Start your weekend right with Channel Five’s Christmas Spectacular at the Bliss tonight. It’s also the final night of Gimme Five, which means you’re in for great performances and the [...]