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Manhunt continues for accused killer

The countrywide manhunt for the prime suspect in string of violent murders continues tonight with police no closer to bringing Jermaine Fuentes also known as Jermaine de Paz into custody. [...]

Heavy weapons used in southside shootout

This evening, police are still investigating an early morning shootout in southside Belize City that has traumatised a neighbourhood and destroyed one man’s car. According to police reports, just before [...]

Cayo man dies in bar brawl

A teenager from the Cayo District is dead tonight after a late night brawl. According to police, eighteen year old Allen Smith Flowers, a resident of Teakettle Village, was involved [...]

Testimony continues in murder trial

One murder case, in which a suspect was charged long ago, is currently being heard in the Supreme Court. Ann-Marie has an update. Ann-Marie Williams, Reporting The trial of Ornel [...]

Crime task force hears suggestions

Cabinet’s blue ribbon committee on crime met for its first consultation on Wednesday and heard suggestions from a selected cross section of the public representing churches, business sector, media and [...]

Customs: Zabaneh’s cars not legal

It was not a major topic at the sub-committee meeting, but it should be remembered not all crimes in Belize involve violence…and not all crimes are prosecuted with equal zeal. [...]

Fred Hunter nominated as Senator

The business community has announced its choice for Senator, as specified by the recent amendments to the constitution…and he is no stranger to government service. Fred Hunter served as member [...]

Pioneer medical practitioner dead at 90

She was a pioneer in every sense of the word and a role model for several generations of Belizean women. And tonight we regret to report that Dr. Bernice Hulse [...]

Teachers still scoring low on tests

The results of the First Class National Teacher’s Examination are in. Of the two hundred and eighty-eight teachers who sat the exam, only sixty-six were successful, which, believe it or [...]

UDP denounces Intelco contract

In political news, the United Democratic Party has entered the fray over the future of telecommunications in Belize. In a press release issued today, the Opposition strongly denounced the deal [...]

Caribbean Court publishes book

A new publication which highlights the merits of the soon to be established Caribbean Court of Justice has been launched. Caribbean Court of Justice: Issues and Perspective is a compilation [...]

Toledo Development Corporation launched

This evening the Toledo Development Corporation was formally launched in Punta Gorda. T.D.C. will co-ordinate activities in the Toledo District to promote increased development of the area. The corporation was [...]