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PC Modesto Cucul is Murdered Near Crique Jute

On November second, PC Osbourne Martinez was murdered in the line of duty in Belize City when robbers shot at him on Regent Street West. This morning, in southern Belize, [...]

Search along Old Northern Highway is Fruitless, Still No Signs of Annie

Another futile attempt at locating the remains of twenty-three-year-old Anisha Young, despite investigators following all leads forwarded to the C.I.B. office in Belize City.  On Wednesday, officers combed an area [...]

Ivor Neal – Gone Without a Trace

There is also very little progress to report on the disappearance of Ivor “Iverson” Neal.  The whereabouts of the KBH security guard is unknown since he was last seen a [...]

Benson Jerry Butler is Reported Missing

Fifty-three-year-old Benson Jerry Butler is also missing. The resident of West Lake Area of Western Paradise Village left home en route to Belize City to run some errands around eight [...]

Don’t Wait to Report a Missing Person!

There are at least seven other persons reported as missing across the country. In respect of an ostensible increase, the police department has come forward to inform the public that [...]

Failure to Pay Hotel Tax – Golden Tree is Shut Down Indefinitely

Golden Tree Hotel on Coney Drive, a popular getaway in Belize City, has been shut down by the Belize Tourism Board.  Officials from B.T.B., accompanied by officers from the police [...]

A Different Approach to the Referendum Campaign in Guatemala

In the months before Guatemala’s referendum in April this year, a number of non-governmental agencies took the lead in a “YES” vote campaign.  One private sector group, however, had to [...]

S.I.B. Releases November’s Economic Figures

The cost of living dipped marginally in November, as consumers prices went down by point zero two percent.  That’s according to the Statistical Institute of Belize which has released the [...]

Andrew Bennett Goes Back Before the Chief Magistrate

Attorney Andrew Bennett was back before the lower court today where he is presently fighting an extradition request by the U.S. government.  It is alleged that the lawyer participated in [...]

Official Report on PC Pandy’s Fatal RTA

Today police gave the official report on the accident that claimed the life of one of their own, twenty-seven-year-old Police Constable Kenyon Pandy. Pandy is the first officer to perish [...]

Hitchhiker Hubert Taylor Charged with Murder

Good Samaritan Marcus Ack was driving his vehicle when he stopped and picked up a man whom he recognized. That hitchhiker turned around and stabbed Ack to death. Police have [...]

7 Expended Shells Recovered from Shooting Scene in Benque

A Benque Viejo resident is luckily to be alive after he was shot four times to the body and head on Tuesday night. Roberto Galvez was ambushed as he returned [...]

Robbers Strike in Ranchito Village

With Christmas around the corner, criminals are on the loose. At around six-forty-five on Wednesday night, robbers who were not wearing masks held up a man at a gas depot [...]

Woman Robbed of Her Purse in Ladyville

Another robbery took place in Lord’s Bank and the victim is a female resident. According to the victim, she was walking along with a family member when she came under [...]

B.F.F. Booted From Gillnet Task Force, Replaced with B.C.F.A.

Social partner senators Mark Lizarraga and Osmany Salas have written a letter to Fisheries Administrator Beverly Wade, demanding an immediate moratorium on the issuance of permits for the use of [...]

B.F.F. Concerned Over Composition of TASA Board

The Belize Federation of Fishers was also booted from the Turneffe Atoll Sustainability Association Board and, according to Nigel Martinez; it was because they were asking the right questions. The [...]

B.F.F. Claps Back at B.C.F.A.

The Belize Federation of Fishers has been very vocal regarding several developments in the fishing industry.  When the B.F.F. first called out the Gillnet Task Force for not carrying out [...]

Light and Peace Blocked from Competing in the NEBL

Hundreds of Belize City youths have received some sort of professional training by the Light and Peace Basketball Foundation. The foundation, for more than a decade, has been hosting basketball [...]

Where to Get Your Ham for the Christmas

It is the time of the year when families are looking forward for the traditional Christmas meal: ham, turkey and the trimmings. Even if your meal doesn’t include the bird, [...]

850 Families Benefit from Salvation Army’s Hamper Programme

The Salvation Army’s Christmas programme started with the yearly Kettle Appeal. Earlier this month, the organization hosted a party for deserving children in the city. Today, they topped it off. [...]