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Regular Fuel Up; Premium Down

Earlier this week on Wednesday, the Financial Secretary promised that consumers can expect a decrease in fuel prices. He didn’t say there would be an increase, but as of midnight [...]

G.O.B. Makes Final Payment for B.T.L. Acquisition

There’s another commitment that government has met. As ordered by the Caribbean Court of Justice on November first, G.O.B. has complied with a payment of about a hundred and sixty [...]

More than 30 Women Arrested in Human Trafficking Ring in San Pedro

A major sting operation in Honduras last week, resulted in the arrest of Denia Suyapa Ochoa, believed to be the ringleader in a human trafficking organization that extends to Belize.  [...]

Zheng Yuanran to be Expelled from Belize

A pair of Asian men, one a Taiwanese/Belizean from Camalote, Cayo and the other a Chinese businessman, pleaded guilty to falsifying immigration documents when they appeared in the Belmopan Magistrate’s [...]

Still No Arrests in Heist of Western Union, Corozal

There are still no arrests to be made in a heist that saw thieves make off with ten thousand dollars in cash from a Western Union branch in Corozal Town [...]

Are Indian Nationals, Accused of Theft, Victims of Human Trafficking?

Indian nationals Keyur Barot and Jitendra Kumar are accused of having stolen a sports utility vehicle, as well as sixty-two thousand dollars in cash from businessman Jack Charles back in [...]

No Development on Recent Murders in San Pedro and Belize City

Who killed German national Raimund Adalbert Kobler in San Pedro on Sunday night?  It’s a mystery that local police on the island are still trying to unravel.  While an autopsy [...]

Police Need Evidence to Charge Thieves/Murderers

On Monday, police told the media that they strongly believe the murder of businessman Amit Moryani in Orange Walk Town may have been committed by thieves who have also been [...]

Elvis Bandosingh Discovered Dead in a Drain on Raccoon Street Extension

This morning, residents in the vicinity of Raccoon Street Extension discovered a body inside a drain.  Initially, it was believed that the then unidentified male may have been the victim [...]

Who Will Get the Vote of Outgoing Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley?

Dion Leslie or Bernard Wagner for next Mayor of the City? Elections are due until next March, but the campaign machines are in gear already. The two rival mayoral candidates [...]

Transition Process Begins for Incoming Mayor and Councilors

Bradley maintains that some matters could have been dealt with differently during the past five and a half years he sat in the mayor’s seat. But he says the City [...]

Darrell Bradley’s Eye on the House of Representatives

But is this the last we’ll see of Mayor Darrell Bradley as it relates to his political career? For now, he is winding down at City Hall, but Bradley says [...]

Common-law Wife of Leon Usher Disputes Police Version of Events

Leon Usher is the man that Ladyville Police shot and is now under guard at the K.H.M.H.  Police say that they responded to a domestic dispute at Usher’s residence in [...]

Unnecessary Use of Force by Police in Ladyville Shooting?

Police say that a criminal and internal investigation has been launched into this shooting incident. Usher remains hospitalized and is in need of surgery. But before he does that, he [...]

The Launch of the Annual Kettle Appeal

The annual Kettle Appeal of the Salvation Army kicked off today in the downtown area of the city. The launch marks the beginning of the Christmas season during which the [...]

Marlon Kuylen’s Parting Shot on the State of Affairs at the F.F.B.

Acting President Marlon Kuylen will not be contesting the seat for the highest office in national football next month.  It’s a decision that he says was fairly easy to make [...]

Accountability in the Tendering Process for Roadwork

The City Council, under the tenure of Darrell Bradley, has concreted one hundred and sixty streets across the city. The council invested twenty million dollars on the massive undertaking. That [...]

An Acting Opportunity in an Upcoming TV Series

Do you want to make your acting debut to screens across the Caribbean? Well, whether you have acting experience or not, filmmaker Cristobal Krusen says he wants you to try [...]

Secondary School Volleyball Competition

The central secondary school volleyball competition was held today to select the male and female teams that will represent the central region against the north, west and south. The national [...]

Healthy Living – a Food Plan for Diabetics

World Diabetes Day will be commemorated next Tuesday. This weekend the Diabetes association will be having its annual Ride Out Diabetes fundraiser. While, exercise is an important element in maintaining [...]