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3 South American Nationals Arraigned for ATM Scam

Three suspect ATM scammers, all South American nationals, were arraigned in the Belize Magistrate’s Court this afternoon. Chilean Juan Espinosa Saaveria, Colombian Edgar Vargas Vaca and Peruvian Luis Robles Marroquin [...]

Police Were Monitoring South American Nationals and Have Evidence

Police say that they are in possession of sufficient evidence to have brought charges against the South American trio. According to police, at least one of the men has visited [...]

Notorious Felix Brothers Get Bail for Murder

In the Supreme Court in Belmopan, after a third attempt, the notorious Felix brothers were finally granted bail for murder and attempted murder.  Emory and Maurice were given bail of [...]

Customs and Coast Guard Seize 14K in Contraband Goods

The Customs Department and Belize Coast Guard carried out a joint operation on Friday morning at a contraband hotspot near San Victor Village, up north. The operations netted a big [...]

Coast Guard Finds Gun, Ammo and Weed on Northern San Pedro

There was another bust by the Coast Guard in another hotspot. It happened on Sunday morning about eighteen miles north of San Pedro Town. That patrol led to the discovery [...]

Land Meeting in Santa Cruz Village Gets Dramatic

A meeting in Santa Cruz Village, Stann Creek, got tense among residents over the village’s land expansion project. In 2017, one hundred acres of land were identified to grow the [...]

Santa Cruz Village Chairman Alleges Political Interference

The primary purpose of the meeting was to address allegations of political interference. Chairman, Christopher Budna and Vincent Scott are alleging that U.D.P. Stann Creek West Standard Bearer, Ivan Williams, [...]

Fire Destroys 1 House; Was It Caused by a Candle?

Fire destroyed a house in Belize City on Monday night. The blaze was seen coming out of the house after seven-thirty that night in the Conch Shell Bay area. A [...]

Belize City Shooting Victim Won’t Cooperate with Police

There was a shooting over the weekend on Ebony Street, Belize City for which several persons remain in police custody. But that is as far as it goes because according [...]

The Frustrating Long Lines at the P.G.I.A.

If you’ve been at the Philip Goldson International Airport on a Saturday then you might have noticed the long lines of international visitors attempting to enter the country.   The snaking [...]

A New N.G.O. to Focus on the I.C.J.

A new N.G.O. has been formed, primarily for the I.C.J.  It is called Citizens for the Defence of Sovereignty and one of its members is Assad Shoman, a YES proponent [...]

Tourists Robbed at El Pilar Archaeological Site by Alleged Guatemalan Bandits

Four American and Canadian tourists were robbed at gunpoint of their belongings and money at the El Pilar Archaeological Site in Cayo. The Maya monument is located about seven miles [...]

Cisco Contractor Relieved of $5000 in Armed Robbery

There were only a few violent incidents that occurred over the weekend in Belize City. Robberies continue to be a perennial challenge that the Police Department has been grappling with. [...]

Barbershop Robbery; Thieves Escape with $310

On Saturday night police also responded to a robbery on Cemetery Road in south side Belize City. Latino’s Barbershop was targeted by armed thieves who relieved two men of three [...]

Muffles College High School Teacher Remains on Administrative Leave Over Leaked Nude Pics

A female teacher of Muffles College High School remains on administrative leave. Nude pictures of the teacher were leaked in December, prompting the administration of the school to request the [...]

Willoughby to Host Land Consultation in Port

Philip Willoughby is the U.D.P. standard bearer for Port Loyola going into the 2020 General Elections. Willoughby is getting a head start and hosting consultations with the constituents and working [...]

Willoughby Making Himself Worthy to Replace Boots

It has been over two months since he defeated Attorney General Michael Peyrefitte, AC Castillo and former deputy mayor Dean Samuels and went on to win his bid for the [...]

March 10th is Last Day to Register for Referendum

If you want to vote in the Belize-Guatemala Referendum on April tenth of this year, the Elections and Boundaries Department says that the last day to register is March tenth.  [...]

Learning to Report on Migrant Related Matters

Global statistics indicate that there are more than two hundred million international migrants who have decided to leave their birth country in search of a better life. Migration is one [...]

Highlights of the Weekend Sporting Events

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend in sports...]