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Prosser leaves GOB holding US $57M debt

Details are still hard to come by tonight but one thing is confirmed: Jeffery Prosser has not paid the fifty seven million US dollars in loans due at the International [...]

5 months pregnant, woman shot to death

It’s about as disturbing as a crime scene can get…a young mother, her unborn child still in her womb, lying on the floor of her own house, blood pouring from [...]

Villager murdered in armed robbery

Another murder, this time in the village of La Democracia, has left a community in shock, after one of their own was attacked on Thursday night. According to authorities, forty-nine [...]

Separate shooting incidents leave 3 injured

Separate drive-by shootings in Belize City over the weekend have sent two people to hospital. According to police, the first occurred on Friday night. Twenty-six year old Darren Gillett told [...]

Bze and Guat launch new trade negotiations

The Governments of Belize and Guatemala today made the first steps towards enhanced trade and investment relations. According to officials, based on “requests, suggestions and strong pressures” from the private [...]

Youth and politics mix at YFF forum

A public forum for young people, organised by their peers to address issues affecting the next generation of Belizeans was held today in the old capital. It’s part of activities [...]

Teakettle singer jumps into Bzean music scene

Another local artist is braving the tough realities of the music industry to share his lyrical talents with Belize. A resident of Teakettle Village, twenty year old Hubert Goff, AKA [...]

Reginald Jex competition continues in Sandhill

James Adderley, Reporting Good evening I?m James Adderley and you?ve logged on to Sports Monday. The four teams to make the post season in the Reginald Jex Challenged Cup all [...]