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B.C.C.I. calls for 1-day business shutdown

On Monday nights, our newscast usually opens with the worst of the weekend crime. But lately the situation has gotten so bad, every night is beginning to feel like a [...]

Thieves hit Romac’s for groceries and cash

But as the business community gears up for a shut down, one of their own is still trying to ascertain the damage to their pockets. Romac’s supermarket on Albert Street [...]

Bz. City man tight-lipped about shooting incident

In other crime news, a Belize City man is recovering from gunshot wounds tonight after he was shot over the weekend. According to police, around 3:30 on Sunday afternoon, police [...]

Escaped prisoners still on the run

Prison officials need your help tonight in locating two escaped convicts still on the loose. The department has joined forces with police and launched an all out manhunt for twenty-three [...]

Two robbed in separate Sat. morning hold-ups

Police are also investigating two robbery reports in Belize City. According to thirty-two year old teacher Diedre Faux, around 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, she was near the Queen Square Market [...]

Musa angry about crime situation

After all those crime stories, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that the business community aren’t the only ones frustrated with the situation. And while the move of a nation-wide shutdown of [...]

Police make arrests in Lewis, Bennett murder cases

But while the P.M. is angry and businesses are frustrated, the police are working overtime to crack cases. Tonight, we can report that they have made arrests in two murders. [...]

Teenager dies in weekend accident

A traffic accident on the Southern Highway has claimed the life of a teenager. According to police, twenty-two year old Bruce Martinez was driving his Honda Civic near the intersection [...]

Student cracks Lotto jackpot

A U.B. student is the youngest Belizean ever to win the lotto jackpot. On Saturday night, twenty year old Susan Ferguson was the lucky person with the right combination to [...]

Scout Association recruits teachers as leaders

With the wave of violence plaguing city streets, several organisations are trying to come up with ideas to get the Belizean youths to do something constructive. This week, the Scout [...]

San Antonio opens classroom extension

In news from the Cayo District, late last week we were reminded that overcrowded classrooms are not just a city phenomena. On Friday afternoon, Prime Minister Said Musa officially inaugurated [...]

Prisoners to get drug rehab programme

For many of us, it would be easy to throw away the key after we’ve locked the bad guys behind bars. But rehabilitation is part of the solution, and for [...]

Yabra and Griga tie in weekend clash

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and you’ve landed aboard this fanciful flight of Sports Monday. The mad rush to make the Regent Cup Football playoffs found the defending champion Kulture [...]