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Mangar and Williams seen regularly in St. Margaret?s

On yesterday’s newscast we aired the chilling story of a young woman who was assaulted and nearly raped by a man believed to be Douglas Williams, an escaped prisoner and [...]

Body of Bernard Rosado found at river mouth

The body of 45-year-old Bernard Rosado was recovered today by police from the mouth of the Belize River, downstream from the Haulover Bridge. As we reported yesterday, Rosado had plunged [...]

Ramos charged with murder

In a follow up to another story we reported on Monday, police have arrested and charged twenty-two year old Jack Slade Ramos with murder. Ramos, of La Democracia Village, was [...]

Two men arrested in ride-by shooting

Two young men have been arrested in connection with a weekend shooting in Belize City. 17-year-old Deon Cadle and 18-year-old Mark Gardiner have each been charged with two counts of [...]

Mark Henry found not guilty of murder

In court news, Mark Henry was this morning found not guilty of attempted murder and robbery. A nine member jury acquitted Henry of both charges which arose out of an [...]

Hugh Fuller Jr. Dies at 47

An active member of Belize’s business community has passed away. Hugh Fuller Jr. was an accountant by profession who served as General Manager of the Belize Chamber of Commerce and [...]

PACT awards two environmental grants

The Protected Areas Conservation Trust, PACT, has awarded two grants of $25,000 each to community environmental groups. The funds awarded to the Belize Development Foundation will be used for reforestation [...]

Evadney Garcia retired by government

In other news from Belmopan, Evadney Garcia, head of government’s geology and petroleum unit, has been retired in the interest of the service. Her dismissal comes as the result of [...]

Colombian “tall ship” arrives next week

The nation’s gossip may be focused on Sunday’s impending arrival of a cruise ship but a vessel docking two days later may steal the show. The “ARC GLORIA”, a classic [...]

Belize district athletes compete

Coming off a less than stirring performance in last month’s Central American Games you’d think that morale among Belize’s athletes, coaches and officials would be at low ebb. And perhaps [...]

New initiative targets primary school dropouts

You see them almost everywhere: sometimes peddling newspapers, selling tamales door to door, or just hanging out. They are kids who should be in school but for a number of [...]