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Ex-B.D.F. Soldier Killed on Valentine’s Day

A former B.D.F. soldier was likely lured to his death on Valentine’s Day. Denver Jones was murdered after nine o’clock on Saturday night in an area that he was known [...]

9 year old Boy and a Fisherman Shot In Belize City

In Belize City, nine year student, Davian Sanchez, and fifty-six year old fisherman, Charles Guy, were shot while they were in front of Zen’s Shop on Faber’s Road. Guy is [...]

CitCo’s Financial Records Under the P.U.P. Microscope

This morning, the P.U.P. held a press briefing to draw public scrutiny to what they say is very questionable management of the City Council’s finances over the past three years [...]

Former Mayor Joe Coye Says Mounting CitCo Debt Unsustainable

According to accountant and politician, Joe Coye, although the 2012 audit is inconclusive and the 2013 audit is incomplete, the figures presented in the 2014 audit are cause for alarm. [...]

Mayor Bradley Scoffs at Coye’s Opinion on CitCo Audit

The P.U.P. maintains that from what they’ve seen of the audit, and from what they haven’t seen, there is a clear indication of mismanagement. According to Coye, it’s almost impossible [...]

Is Audit Scrutiny Really Political Propaganda?

According to Bradley, it’s beyond him how anybody could question the record of the Council, when he maintains that they have been nothing but transparent. He got quite hot under [...]

Yolanda Schakron Says Mayor Bradley is Incompetent

The Belize City Council has received financial assistance from Central Government, to the tune of millions of dollars to bail out city hall for B.M.L. workers, for streets and other [...]

Will Taxes Be Lowered Under a P.U.P. City Council?

So with all that said…is all the hullaballoo about CitCo’s finances a genuine concern, or a political red-herring? We figure that depends on who you ask, on which side of [...]

Darrell Bradley Defends His CitCo Administration

And to wrap up the political discourse, Mayor Darrell Bradley dismissed the P.U.P.’s assertions as utter nonsense. And to prove it, he even threw his predecessor under the bus, claiming [...]

Ladyville Trio Charged for Possession of Unlicensed Ammunition

Darryl Rowland, a real estate officer from Ladyville, along with two women, Angela Burns, a Second Class Clerk employed with the Belize City Prosecution Branch, and Jessie Stephenson, a visiting [...]

Separate Hit & Run Accidents Claim Two Lives

Two persons also lost their lives over the weekend in separate hit and run accidents, one up north in Orange Walk and the other in the Stann Creek District. Just [...]

Meet the Dangriga Mayoral Candidates!

Our Meet the Mayoral Candidate series takes us tonight south, to the banana and citrus belts. In Dangriga, the mayoral seat is between two educators—one is in the classrooms and [...]

Dangriga Machete-man Shot by Police Officer

Also in Dangriga, forty-three-year-old Gregory Williams is tonight recovering from gunshot wounds to the legs after being injured by a police officer at the start of the weekend.  On Friday [...]

Rare Specie of Hammerhead Shark Dies In Gill Net Near Hopkins

The drowning of a rarely seen Scalloped Hammerhead Shark in Southern Belize has brought into sharp focus the use of gillnets at sea. For years, fishermen have been calling for [...]

Sports Monday with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   The 2 Belize City teams in the NEBL season went into the Belize Elementary School Auditorium desperately looking to [...]