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Hit and Run murder suspects freed for lack of evidence

Another high profile police prosecution has ended with the case being dropped for lack of evidence. Brothers Salvador and David Lazaro were charged with the hit and run murder of [...]

Norman Martin formally charged in tourist murder

He was flown in from Honduras in handcuffs on Tuesday and today he was formally arraigned in Magistrate’s Court. Norman “Butch” Martin was charged with murder, theft and nine counts [...]

Two dead as car collides with horse and cart in Corozal

A Belizean tour guide and farmer are dead after a car and a horse driven cart collided in the Corozal District. The accident happened on a dirt road, a half-mile [...]

Corpse found on farm, no arrests yet

Three days after the gruesome discovery of the body of Isias Franco, a farm hand at Polak’s Farm at mile fifty on the Hummingbird Highway, Belmopan police are still trying [...]

Police seek suspects in forgery

Belize City police are on the look out for two men whom they believe will be able to assist them in solving a case of forgery that took place between [...]

Courtenay chattels crowfooted as appeals judge refuses stay of execution

The ongoing saga of Vernon Harrison Courtenay versus the Social Security Board has hit another bump in its long and winding road. On Wednesday, an application by the Courtenay defense [...]

No confirmation of Barrow’s accusations; P.U.P. says Interpol chief denies report

No new accusations are coming from Attorney General Dean Barrow today with regard to his attempts to implicate P.U.P. representative Ralph Fonseca in illegal activities in Panama. A number of [...]

Foreign exchange scarce? Central Bank says no problem

If you’ve been to bank lately in search of U.S. dollars, British pounds or any other foreign exchange chances are you’ve been told to come back later. Word on the [...]

Burn victim faces long recovery

It was a tragic story when it first aired last week and while tonight’s follow up offers some hope, the news is still touch and go. One week after five [...]

Barrow and Bradley battle in Queen’s Square

Until a few months ago the race in Queen’s Square was considered a walkover, with perennial incumbent Dean Barrow having a lifetime lease on the solidly U.D.P. seat. But when [...]

New park for southside Belize City

Politics usually produces more heat than light, but once in a while the last minute activities of candidates and their supporters actually benefit the people they seek to represent. Arreini [...]

CITCO donates to junior carnival bands

Earlier in the day Arreini dropped in on a short ceremony marking the donation of funds for another youthful project, this one set to debut in a few weeks. Swing [...]