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Cycling Honcho Perry Gibson Involved in Fatal Hit and Run Near Carmelita

It was a bloody weekend on Belize’s highways. There were four separate accidents, three on the Phillip Goldson Highway and one on the George Price Highway, leaving multiple persons injured [...]

Accident Near Haulover Bridge, Motorists Narrowly Escape Grave Injuries

A near fatal road traffic accident along the Phillip Goldson Highway on Saturday morning preceded a deadly crash moments later.  Andre Gordon and Marvin Ramirez were traveling in opposite directions [...]

Pamela Bennett and Alfredo Navaratte Die in Road Traffic Accident

While there was no loss of life in that accident, another RTA occurred in the same vicinity near the Haulover Bridge on January second. Two persons perished instantly; money lender [...]

Pam’s Siblings Incensed that Attorney and Unknown Person Entered Their Sister’s Home

Even in death, controversy seems to surround Pamela Bennett.  Late this afternoon, police were summoned to the businesswoman’s residence where irate members of her family were gathered.  Their bone of [...]

South Side Belize City Records First Murder for 2016

The first murder for the year took place minutes after five o’clock on New Year’s Day. A young man was accompanying two females from the neighborhood on Jane Usher Boulevard [...]

Supreme Court Rejects Jack Charles and Guyanese Rice

In the Supreme Court earlier today, businessman Jack Charles lost his only option to legally examine the rationale behind a decision taken by the Government of Belize to confiscate a [...]

What’s the Fate of the Three Shipping Containers?

While Senior Counsel Eamon Courtenay, who represents the Mennonite community, maintains that Jack Charles acted in open disobedience of the law.  As a result, the Customs and Excise Department, according [...]

Attorney Eamon Courtenay Takes it to Jack Charles

The importation of Guyanese rice was an issue that was in the headlines for the most part of December. The premise on which the shipment of rice was being imported [...]

Easy Glenn Allegedly Beats Up and Threatens Sandra Belcove

Tonight, forty-four year old Goldburn Adolphus, aka “Easy Glen” is in trouble with the law again for allegedly beating up and then threatening to kill his baby’s mother and then [...]

Gunmen Open Fire on Unsuspecting Men on New Year’s Weekend

We’ve told you about the shooting death of Kieron Moss, but there was another shooting that happened prior to his murder on New Year’s Day. Just minutes after the clock [...]

Guatemalan National Rapes Ladyville Woman and Absconds

An eighteen-year-old woman was sexually assaulted a little over a month ago in Ladyville.  A report of the incident was not filed until New Year’s Day.  According to Rural Eastern [...]

A Sizeable Marijuana Haul for OW Police

The Orange Walk’s Quick Response Team made a very large drug bust on Sunday, and it is believed that it was part of a cartel shipment. That’s because the marijuana, [...]

One Less Gun on Orange Walk Streets

Just a few hours after the Quick Response Team, acting on information received, made another discovery – this time a weapon. No ammunition was found with that weapon, but it [...]

Armed Intruders Rob Chinese Couple in Ladyville

An Asian couple, proprietors of Amy’s Restaurant in Ladyville, came under attack by a pair of armed robbers on New Year’s Day.  According to Xiao Zheng Lo, she was inside [...]

The First Bundle of Joy to Arrive on New Year’s Day

So far we have reported on the road fatalities, murders and other crimes. But there is some good news that prompted celebrations over at the K.H.M.H. The birth of babies [...]

Sports Monday: Smart’s New Year Cycling Race

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   Folks we start off with the 6th annual Smart New Year’s Day Race as presented by the Weekend Warriors [...]