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Siian Rancharan and Paul Sylvester Top CSEC/Cape

  The results of the CSEC and CAPE exams taken in May and June are in. There is word about who are the outstanding Belizean students in the regional exams.  [...]

Corozal Resident Killed in Ride-By Shooting

Turning to crime, there was a murder early on Saturday morning in the peaceful village of Concepcion, Corozal. Twenty-four year old Ricardo Alfredo Itzab was shot and killed as he [...]

2 Die in Separate RTAs

There is more tragic news to report…both coming out of Rural Belize District. It includes a sudden death and a fatal traffic accident. Around two-thirty on Saturday morning, twenty-four year [...]

Police Investigate Sudden Death in Sandhill

The Ladyville police were also called out to mile nineteen on the old northern highway this morning. There, on the right hand side of the road, a vehicle belonging to [...]

Fire at Belfuel Company in Shipyard, Orange Walk

Disaster was narrowly averted today after Fire Department personnel managed to extinguish a blaze in Camp Six, Shipyard in the Orange Walk District. The fire occurred at the Belfuel Company [...]

Legendary Parandero Laid to Rest

On Saturday, in Punta Gorda, the man dubbed the King of Paranda was laid to rest at the age of eighty-six. Paul Nabor’s send-off was spectacular, and aside from the [...]

Penner Recall Petition Faces Further Delay

One year after it was revealed that he facilitated the issuance of an illegal Belizean passport to a jailed South Korean fugitive, disgraced Elvin Penner remains area representative of Cayo [...]

BGYEA Back in Court

The case of the Government of Belize and Belize Grassroots Youth Empowerment Association (BGYEA) returned to court. When last we left it, Justice Courtney Abel had scheduled mediation between the [...]

Parties Still Awaiting Mediation Session

BGYEA has halted activity in the area as an act of good faith, but the two parties are yet to sit around the mediating table. According to Matura-Shepherd the grassroots [...]

9 Persons Charged for Drug trafficking

  Nine persons, including a sixty-six year old resident, along with his fifteen year old grandson, were hanging out at the home of the elderly man on Gentle Avenue, Belize [...]

A Final Tribute to Paul Nabor

Earlier, we showed you the beautiful and poignant church farewell to the legendary parandero Paul Nabor. But for the undisputed king of paranda, that was only one stop on his [...]

Yaya Protests Inhumane Conditions at Queen Street PD

When last we heard from activist, Yaya Marin Coleman, she was protesting solo in front of the U.S. Embassy in Belmopan for awarding a contract to a Guatemalan company to [...]

Mexican Institute Hosts ‘Day of the Dead’

Dia de los Muertos is a truly Mexican tradition that has spread to other countries; the event was celebrated today at the Mexican Institute.  Day of the Dead, as it [...]

Boxing, Basketball and Cycling in Sports Monday

Good Evening, I am James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   Let’s jump in quickly to the Belize City High School Basketball Torunament so we head to Bird’s Isle [...]