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P.S.U. Meets with PM Barrow to Save Hilltop Property

A meeting with Prime Minister Dean Barrow for his intercession in a land transaction which threatens to leave the Public Service Union without a roof over its head is perhaps [...]

PM to the Embattled Union’s Rescue?

During the meeting, PM Barrow and the union representatives agreed that the P.S.U.’s Belmopan address should remain the same, despite the sale of the property.  While Mayor Khalid Belisle has [...]

Mayor Belisle is Expected to Recover from Political Black Eye

So what does the prime minister’s intervention mean for Mayor Belisle who went on record at a press conference last Tuesday to state that central government or the U.D.P.’s political [...]

Christmas Cheer to Spread the Spirit of the Season

‘tis the season for giving and while Belizeans across the country are preparing their annual wish list, government has also put together its budget for the Christmas Cheer program.  This [...]

Murder/Suicide: Police Officer Kills Wife Before Killing Himself

Punta Gorda police are investigating a murder-suicide involving one of their own and his common-law-wife. Police constable Steven Anthony Ferguson fatally shot Josephine Hamilton, before shooting himself in the head [...]

Did PC Ferguson Had Prior Domestic Abuse Charges?

PC Steven Ferguson was a member of the Quick Response Team which is why he had a service issued pistol in his possession on Wednesday night. He was a member [...]

Woman Dies in San Juan; Will Her Family Be Charged?

A woman is dead and tonight her relatives are in police custody. On Tuesday evening around four-thirty, Keidi Ramirez, a resident of San Juan Village along the Southern Highway, was [...]

Fatal RTA in Belmopan; Edwin Valdes is Knocked Down & Killed

Around five o’clock on Wednesday evening, there was a fatal road traffic accident on the Hummingbird Highway near to Yim Sam Hotel in Belmopan. Thirty-two-year-old Guatemalan national Edwin Valdes of [...]

1 Person Sought for Ontario Home Invasion

Fifty-five-year-old Teakettle resident, Simeon Alvaro Perez remains hospitalized at the Western Regional Hospital in a stable condition, following an early morning home invasion at his place of work in Ontario [...]

Several Persons Detained in Connection with Murder of Jermain Sanker

Investigations continue into the murder of Jermain Sanker. The twenty-three-year-old, who is originally from Corozal, was executed inside a rented car on Cemetery Road in the Salvapan area of Belmopan [...]

No Leads for Eric Staine’s Murder

Police are nowhere closer to solving the November eighteenth murder of Eric Staine. The twenty-one-year-old Belize City barber was shot and killed on Sunday night at the intersection of Krooman [...]

Second Person Charged for Murder of Lamont Lipka

A Belize City resident has been charged for the murder of American restaurateur Lamont Lipka. Lipka was executed in front of his patrons inside his business, Tropicana Bar & Grill [...]

Joshua Gallego Charged for Neal Pen Road Shooting

Police have also made an arrest in connection with an attempt made on the life of Stephan Tablada. Over the weekend, Tablada was struck to the right calf by a [...]

Teenager Charged for Pair of Robberies in the West

A seventeen-year-old Belize City resident has been charged for a pair of robberies out west. The minor was injured during the robbery of a store in Unitedville last week. ACP [...]

PM Barrow Opens Up About Sanctuary Belize

Since the Sanctuary Belize scandal broke earlier this month, the Government of Belize has been silent on the matter.  That is because Prime Minister Barrow and Central Bank Governor Joy [...]

PM Barrow Says His Law Firm Was Not Involved with Running Sanctuary Belize

It is being reported outside of the country that the prime minister’s law firm of Barrow and Williams was involved with Sanctuary Belize.  According to PM Barrow, only one of [...]

Mount Carmel Teachers to Demonstrate in Benque

Students were absent from the classroom at the Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Primary School in Benque Viejo del Carmen as teachers continue on a sit-out at the institution. The teachers [...]

B.N.T.U. and M.O.E. to Negotiate Hardships & Commuting Allowance

As to the negotiations on hardships and commuting allowance, Elena Smith says that a meeting will be held on Friday between Ministry of Education officials and branch presidents from across [...]

What Can Parliamentarians Do to End Aids

“What Can Parliamentarians Do to End Aids?” That was the question surrounding a forum hosted today by the Pan Caribbean Partnership Against HIV/Aids and the National Aids Commission in Belize [...]

Exercising this Christmas with Healthy Living

Are you finding it harder and harder to wake up with that alarm for your early morning workouts? Well, listen up, because tonight in healthy living we highlight three reasons [...]