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Gang warfare continues unabated; a construction worker clings to life after being shot

Full scale gang warfare continues unabated in Belize City; nine persons have been shot in three days. The latest casualty is twenty-seven year old Rafael Cruz. He was shot four [...]

Street Figure, Roger Anthony, denies knowledge of rivalry with George Street

As we said, on Sunday night, a pair of gunmen stormed a graduation party at the Brown Sugar Mall and indiscriminately let loose a volley of shots at a number [...]

Roger Anthony says safety of his workmen threatened by the series of events

The shooting incident this morning involving Cruz, an associate of Roger Anthony, is believed to have been retaliatory.  When we posed that question to him, Anthony said he cannot ascertain [...]

Broad daylight shooting on Victoria Street

The other shooting in the city today happened less than seven hours after the near-fatal attack on twenty-seven-year-old Rafael Cruz gunshots rang out near a residence on Victoria Street.  Shortly [...]

Auditor General’s report is leaked; it says Elvin Penner did not act alone

The Auditor-General’s report on corruption in immigration is out…well technically it’s been out since March twenty-first, almost three months ago…sent to the PM and to the Ministry of Immigration. But [...]

Christian Ebanks…is he also wanted by the U.S.?

On Monday night, we showed you part one of an exclusive interview with Christian Ebanks. Ebanks, who also goes by the name Floyd Ebanks Jurado, is wanted in Ecuador for [...]

Vitalino Reyes Junior still critical at the K.H.M.H.

On May twenty-ninth, manager of Cavetubing.bz Vitalino Reyes Junior was badly beaten at the Long Island Bar in Belize City. Six employees of Yhony Rosado’s Cavetubing.com, a competitor, have since [...]

Was Lavern ‘Antichrist’ Longsworth suffering from Battered Women Syndrome?

Lavern ‘Antichrist’ Longsworth appeared in the Court of Appeal this morning along with her attorney Godfrey Smith.  Longsworth was previously convicted for the murder of her common-law-husband, David White, after [...]

Father charged for sexually assault his daughter

Earlier today, a father was before the court to answer to a single count of sexual offense, referred to as a sexual assault, upon his eight year old daughter. According [...]

B.T.I.A. tells PM to fix up Orange Walk Streets

In November, near the end of an unusually prolonged and intense rainy season, Prime Minister Dean Barrow presented what he called a muscular plan, a plan on steroids. It was [...]

Ladyville Tech student wins National Bank of Belize logo competition

The National Bank of Belize, a state-owned lending institution in the country, has a new logo.  The design is the brainchild of a first form student at Ladyville Technical High [...]

Supreme Court rules in dispute within the executive of Belize Ex-Services League

A decision by the Supreme Court in a longstanding dispute within the executive of the Belize Ex-Services League has been handed down by Justice Courtney Abel.  The administration, led by [...]

Still no resolution to the bagasse issue between B.S.I. and farmers

The 2013/2014 sugar cane crop season was two months delayed due to a bagasse impasse. Both B.S.I. and the B.S.C.F.A., representing cane-farmers, agreed to start the crop in good faith, [...]

A symposium and expo on the impact of climate change

An important symposium is ongoing at the Biltmore Plaza in Belize City about an issue that has significant impact on many sectors. It is about climate change and it is [...]

Bob Bou Nahra at the poker table of the WSOP’S Final

Turning to some sporting news, Belizeans got a crash course on poker when business man Bob Badih Bou Nahra made it to the World Series of Poker’s November Nine Final [...]