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Attorney for Belize Waste Control says Mayor Darrell Bradley is “mal pago”

Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley was back in court today representing himself and once again he seems to be heading down the rocky road leading to his possible incarceration. The [...]

City Hall remains in arrears to sanitation company

As we told you, last year the Mayor narrowly dodged contempt proceedings which might have landed him behind bars. He and Belize Waste Control were able to reach a settlement [...]

A female cop passes away unexpectedly

The police department has lost one of its brightest. Sergeant Kimari Tucker passed away this morning at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital where she had been admitted since last Sunday. [...]

Is the killing of an armed Guatemalan in the Chiquibul justified?

And our question for tonight is: Do you think the killing of an armed Guatemalan in the Chiquibul is justified? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to [...]

The dismal conviction rate for murders

Three months into 2014, six persons have been tried in court for three sensational and heinous murders. In fact there are about one hundred and ninety persons behind bars and [...]

Former Minister of State driver acquitted of traffic offense

There is another acquittal though for a lesser offence to report tonight. Back in May 2010, the wife of the then Minister of State in the Ministry of Human Development [...]

Cooler heads prevail at the Saint Ignatius High School

On Friday, an internal discord among teachers and management of St. Ignatius High School in Santa Elena Town came to a head when representatives of the Belize National Teachers Union [...]

Investigations continue into murder of American Expat and disappearance of 2 Sarteneja men

The murder of seventy-six year old American national Dennis Walt has gone below the radar.  The incident has not made it to the police blotter, despite the discovery of his [...]

Guinea Grass man died of alcoholic stupor

Thirty-year old Azael Gomez, a resident of Guinea Grass, was found dead inside a latrine at a primary school in the village on Monday morning.  His decomposing corpse was stumbled [...]

Driver of judge charged for fisheries offense

Two men have been charged for fisheries offences after they were found with eight hicatees at a fishing camp in Sand Hill. Fifty-three year old Goldburn Seguro, who is the [...]

55 year old man charged with theft

A fifty-five year old man was before the court today to answer to the charge of Theft. He is accused of stealing nine hundred and fifty dollars worth of items [...]

GSU finds ammo and drugs in Lake I

The Gang Suppression Unit is reporting that it found ammo and drugs in the Lake Independence area. The GSU says that at midday on Monday, it carried out a search [...]

B.T.L. changes…who is in and who is out

When we contacted former Chief Operations Officer of Telemedia, Karen Bevans, today, she told us that she was awaiting word from the Belize Tourism Board on the offer to take [...]

Dangriga marketplace project to resume

After months of delay, work on the Dangriga Town Market is set to resume.  A new agreement for the completion of the project was signed on March twenty-fourth, between newly [...]

Mexican Embassy offers scholarships

The Mexican Embassy on a yearly basis provides scholarships to Belizeans students to obtain graduate and post graduate degrees at universities and education facilities within that country. And as of [...]

Golden Princess Casino to reopen under a new brand

On February twenty-first, the Golden Princess Casino at the northern border closed its doors. Fifty-seven employees were terminated while ninety-six persons were relocated to the other Princess Casino at the [...]

Belizean wins South Florida University’s Miss International Pageant

There is some positive news to report tonight and that is that Belizean Jacinta Gomez won the annual University of South Florida Miss International Pageant this past Sunday. It is [...]

3 Chetumal artists featured in exhibit at Mexican Institute

The Mexican Embassy is not only offering scholarships, today it launched a new artistic exhibit. The exhibition includes various drawings made by three young artists – Mireya Gomez, Mariana Montes [...]