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Police and BDF cleared in death of Guatemalan men

The Commission of Inquiry charged with the task of investigating whether or not Belizean security forces were criminally liable in the deaths of three Guatemalans have completed their report…in favour [...]

Belize/Guatemala meeting postponed

Also in news from across the border, on Sunday, delegations from Belize and Guatemala met with O.A.S. facilitators Sir Shridath Ramphal and Paul Reichler to discuss the border dispute negotiation [...]

Fire in C.F.Z. destroys four stores

On Saturday night, things were heating up inside the Corozal Free Zone…but not in a good way. A fire that began in one of the zone’s stores quickly spread, and [...]

Police suspect boyfriend in Cayo woman’s death

A family from the Cayo District is in mourning tonight after their young relative was found murdered on Sunday morning. According to police, twenty-year-old Aiba Luz Marquez was last seen [...]

O.W. policeman stabbed by brotherly duo

Too often, the media is forced to expose cases of police brutality, but tonight two brothers who viciously attacked an officer in Orange Walk are in police custody. According to [...]

Jalacte villagers shot at while crossing border

Meanwhile, Punta Gorda police are investigating a shooting incident that took place near the Belize/Guatemala border on Friday. Reports are that Pablo Chun and Santos Bo, farmers from Jalacte Village, [...]

Cayo robber injured during shootout w/cops

Not all the weekend crime remains unsolved, in fact, San Ignacio police can boast that they foiled a robbery by catching the bad guys and recovering the loot. On Sunday, [...]

Corozaleños protest dismissal of credit union CEO

While some Corozaleños were still bemoaning the loss of their goods in the free zone fire, other residents had mercury rising as they took to the streets to protest the [...]

Min. of Transport says bus price hikes are illegal

While commuters and other bus riders across the country shelled out more today to get around, the Ministry of Transport has called for a review of the price hikes. According [...]

Belizean men parade in Hundred Men March

If you woke up Saturday morning to the sounds of blowing horns and an occasional burst of song, you might have been just a little surprised to see a bunch [...]

St. Matthew’s University allege harassment, threats

For the past five years, Ambergris Caye has been home to the St. Matthew’s Medical University, but at the end of this month, the institution will relocate to another part [...]

Juventus clinch win over Bandits in overtime

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. It took the final match on the B.P.F.L. playoffs to determine which two teams would make it on to the [...]