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Warren Cabral still held after 8 days

Police have turned up the heat in the Samantha Gordon murder investigation, and it appears that one of their suspects may still be in custody although the seventy two-hour period [...]

Bike cart owner alleges police brutality

But Simeon Sampson was not the only man angry at the Criminal Investigations Branch today. Lindsford McKenzie who drives a bicycle cart told News Five that last week he was [...]

Land alliance to create new distribution policy

If you’ve been back and forth to the Ministry of Natural Resources trying to get a piece of land, you know how frustrating the whole process can be. Three organizations [...]

Red Cross takes disaster preparedness to the villages

In the aftermath of Hurricanes Georges which affected several Caribbean countries and Mitch which touched down closer to home, the Belize Red Cross and U.N.D.P. have organized a series of [...]

WASA gives their side of fire fiasco

There was a lot of finger pointing on Friday night as firefighters and volunteers spent two hours getting the Victoria Street fire under control. Those on the street blamed the [...]

Lotto winner claims prize

Seven years ago Cesar Augusto Maradiaga of Honduras moved to Belize with the hope of making a better life for himself. Today that dream became a reality when the fifty [...]

German tourist robbed at Caye Caulker

Five men have been detained by Caye Caulker police in connection with the hold-up of a German tourist on Sunday. Andre Schultz was relaxing on the Ocean Side pier when [...]

Zoo camp begins

For the next two weeks, the Belize Zoo will be inhabited by wild animals of a different nature. Yesterday the Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center launched its Conservation Camp [...]

Drummers get organized in Orange Walk

Most Primary Schools are closed and it is summer camp season. For kids interested in music, drumming in particular, Music World One Drummers Fever ’99, opened in Orange Walk yesterday. [...]

Musician raises funds for study

It will be a benefit concert with more than a cause; it will display the talent of young Belizeans. This Thursday’s benefit recital, which will be held at the Bliss [...]