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3rd time in week: death follows drinking binge

If this week’s news had a theme, it would be Drinking with Friends is Dangerous to Your Health. In the last seven days, three men in separate cases have all [...]

Lord’s Bank killer still on the loose

She has gone from Ladyville housewife to Belize’s most wanted, as police have issued an all points bulletin for the arrest of Miriam Aguilar Lopez. The thirty-five year old Honduran [...]

City restaurant robbed

Another Belize City business establishment has been hit up for cash by armed thieves. Employees of HL’s Burger on Freetown Road reported to police that around six thirty on Wednesday [...]

O.W. man charged in wife beating

A man from the Orange Walk district has been arrested and charged with harm following a domestic dispute with his wife. According to police, thirty year old Evertt Tzac came [...]

Mom says teacher beat her 11 yr. old

It may not be classified as police news but one Belize City mother believes that if not a crime, it’s at least a shame the way her son is abused [...]

Marion sues accuser for $25 million

Marion Jones is fighting back against allegations that she took banned performance enhancing drugs during the Sydney 2000 Olympics. On Wednesday the track and field star, who holds both Belizean [...]

Mexico supports O.W. school

The gift has nothing to do with Christmas, but for Orange Walk’s Escuela Secundaria Mexico the donation of two thousand dollars will go a long way in establishing a new [...]

Post office dealing with Christmas rush

With the meaning of the word “mail” increasingly defined as that long list of unsolicited offers that find their way onto your computer, it seems that fewer and fewer Belizeans [...]

Belizeans head north for upscale shopping

If you’ve tried to drive through downtown Belize City this week you’ve already discovered that holiday shopping is reaching a crushing crescendo of activity. But Albert and Queen Streets are [...]