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Prime suspect freed in child murder case

In March, the mutilated body of ten year old Jackie Fern Malic, was discovered on a feeder road by mile eight on the Western Highway. Following the gruesome discovery, the [...]

Granny says only God knows who killed Jackie Malic

The family of Jackie Malic says they are disturbed by the news that the police’s prime suspect is now a free man. Deonicia Cadle, Malic’s sixty six year old grandmother [...]

No evidence, four suspects released in teen killing

In more bad luck for police, this afternoon, Melvin Young, Warren Cabral and Philip Meighan, all charged with murder and conspiracy in the death of thirteen year old Samantha Gordon [...]

Tourist drowns after Blue Hole dive

Police have released details on the death of a tourist on Wednesday morning in the vicinity of Lighthouse Reef. 69 year old Edwina Hammond of Cincinnati, Ohio was finishing a [...]

Kids’ Mexico trip cancelled by tropical storm

It was going to be a great experience in the lives of some young Belizean musicians… but alas, Mother Nature had other plans. Today the Belize Arts Council announced that [...]

Court refuses to lift injunction in land dispute

The United Democratic Party lost another round in its fight with the P.U.P. government today when the Supreme Court refused to revoke an injunction obtained by the government. That injunction [...]

Hydro plant changes ownership

The Belize Electric Company Limited, better known as BECOL, today has a new owner. The company, which operates the Mollejon Hydro Plant and supplies Belize with the majority of its [...]

P.S.U. joins international picketing in St. Vincent

Delegations from government, NGOs and the private sector frequently travel abroad for training or to meet with colleagues. What made a recent trip somewhat unusual for a group of Belizean [...]

Training hopes to improve attitude of civil servants

It is the conventional wisdom that whenever you go into a government office you can expect to be met at best with indifference and at worst with a downright bad [...]

Costa Maya Festival opens in San Pedro

It began life as the Sea and Air Festival and eight years later the massive party now known as Costa Maya has San Pedro, Ambergris Caye rocking harder than ever. [...]