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Inspectors find skinned cat in Chinese restaurant

You have heard the rumours for years, but not until today has such conclusive evidence been presented that domestic animals are being prepared for eating in Belizean restaurants. If you [...]

Robbers strike twice in Cayo

A series of weekend robberies in the Cayo District have left gun toting robbers over two thousand, four hundred dollars richer. On Saturday, three men in camouflage uniforms and armed [...]

Four arrested for robbery of shop

Four men have been arrested and charged with the weekend robbery of a Belize City Chinese grocery. Xie Li He reported to police that on Saturday three dark skinned men [...]

O.W. man drowns in Rio Hondo

The body of a man who disappeared while swimming on Monday has been recovered. Julian Novelo, a resident of Yo Creek Village, went missing while he and two other friends [...]

20 Ecuadorans arrested on immigration charges

At about 10 o’clock this morning, twenty illegal immigrants were captured during a routine patrol of the Calla Creek area of the Cayo District. The group, all citizens of Ecuador [...]

Canadian appointed as coroner/investigator

The Ministry of National Security has hired a coroner investigator to strengthen the National Forensic Service. Marianne Taylor, a Canadian National, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physical anthropology [...]

CARICOM Summit opens in Bahamas

Prime Minister Said Musa took his place among his fellow Caribbean leaders as the twenty-second CARICOM Summit opened in the Bahamas this evening. High on the meeting’s agenda are trade [...]

Air Jamaica looks to fly to Belize

Belizeans who study in Jamaica or travel frequently to the Caribbean will be happy to know that Air Jamaica may soon be opening a route between Belize and its hub [...]

B.N.F.A. dissolves executive, will hold elections

It took them a while but the Belize National Football Association has finally gone public with recent decisions that will have serious implications for the way the world’s most popular [...]