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Pregnant 18-year-old murdered in Dangriga

It was another murderous weekend in a nation that appears to be blessed with abundant natural beauty and cursed with a corresponding amount of inhumanity among its inhabitants. The latest [...]

O.W. fight ends in death

In the Orange Walk District a man was stabbed to death during a fight. Twenty-year old Armildo Carillo was killed Friday night, allegedly with a switchblade knife wielded by one [...]

Man charged in murder of Belama grocer

A man has been arrested and charged for Friday’s murder of a shopkeeper in the Belama area of Belize City. Thirty-two year old Earl Bowden was today brought to Magistrate’s [...]

Cop arrested for hit and run

Another policeman is in trouble, this time in Belmopan. The allegations are that he drove drunk, knocked a cyclist to his death, and sped off into the night. Not surprisingly, [...]

5-year-old killed crossing street

Another collision between a vehicle and pedestrian has left a person dead. Five-year-old Tue Young was knocked down by a car as he crossed Vernon Street on Sunday evening. Driver [...]

Foetus found in city garbage box

Around eight-thirty this morning a foetus was discovered in this garbage box on Ferrel’s Lane in Belize City. Following an examination at the K.H.M.H., the foetus, a female believe to [...]

Appeals Court overturns abductor’s conviction

He was convicted of forcible abduction, threat of death, and harm, and in October was sentenced to eight years in jail. But today thirty-eight year old Albert Guy walked out [...]

New vehicle, computers for B.D.F.

The two improvements in the capabilities of the Belize Defence Force officially made today will not tip the balance in the war on drugs or any other war…but they are [...]

B.D.F. soldiers will stay on city streets

And while the B.D.F. may be upgrading its logistical and technological skills, the fact remains that a significant portion of our army is on patrol, not in the jungle, but [...]

46 officers honoured to open Police Week

With the nation reeling from a weekend of deadly violence, including a cop charged with hit and run manslaughter, it is almost painful to note that this is Police Week. [...]

Belize tops Guatemala in friendly warm-up

Good evening, I?m James Adderley and we welcome you to this delivery of Sports Monday. As a part of its preparation for next week?s two-match World Cup qualifier at Canada, [...]