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Cashier charged with Paslow building fire

One week ago city residents watched in disbelief as flames destroyed the top floor of the Paslow building at the corner of Queen and North Front streets. Within hours, the [...]

Corozal shooting leaves one dead

Tonight, Corozal police are investigating an early morning shooting that has left one man dead. According to the authorities, just after 1:00 this morning, residents living in the South End [...]

Belize City man survives shot to the face

A Belize City man is lucky to be alive tonight after he was shot point-blank in the face. Reports are that on Saturday night, twenty-two year old Renicle Hemmans was [...]

Burglar caught red-handed, shoots homeowner

Meanwhile in the west, a woman who caught a thief in the act remains in serious condition after the man shot her. Police say that on Saturday morning, forty-nine year [...]

Second O.A.S. team to investigate illegal settlers

Another team from the Organization of American States arrived in Belize today to further investigate the group of people that have taken up lodging just outside the Belizean town of [...]

C.J.: Hertular bros. confessions admissible

At the time, it was a cocaine bust that shocked the nation and ranked third on the list of major drug seizures: two thousand, five hundred and fifty-four pounds of [...]

Are Belize passports still for sale on web?

The exposure of the passport sandal may have put a dent in the illicit trade in Belizean nationality, but it appears that some people just don’t seem to get the [...]

Belize cops get F.B.I. training

Belize’s heavily burdened police investigators will get a little help this week in the form of training, courtesy of the U.S. embassy. Thirty-five officers will participate all this week in [...]

Red Cross low on cash; Chinese com. helps out

It is an organization among the first to respond in times of disaster, but this year, the Belize Red Cross Society is taking on a different kind of adversity: money [...]

Bz. exhibit makes its mark on global art scene

What do you get when you add zero plus zero plus zero? According to art guru Yasser Musa, the biggest zero yet. That’s right, the Belizean art show known as [...]

F.F.B. moves on despite football controversy

Good evening I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The heavy rains over the weekend forced the postponement of yesterday’s match between defending semi-pro champion Kulture Yabra of Belize [...]