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Caye Caulker cops accused of brutality

They call it La Isla Carinosa… but the Caye Caulker police were anything but loving this weekend to one island resident who alleges that cops beat him so mercilessly that [...]

No motive yet in Hummingbird murder

Police have yet to come up with a motive for the death of a Guatemalan national discovered on Saturday, but they strongly believe that someone murdered Andres Lopez. Lopez’s body [...]

Fisherman dies of heart attack during storm

Police have identified a man who was found dead, slumped over the side of his boat, on the Haulover Creek early this morning. Forty-six year old Redford Everett, a fisherman [...]

Two dead in separate N. Hwy. accidents

Corozal police had their hands full on Saturday following two separate fatal traffic accidents on the Northern Highway. The first occurred around eight-fifteen following a collision between a mini bus [...]

Driver pleads guilty to 4 kilos of coke

It’s been a while, but police have added another notch to their anti-narcotics belt. The latest bust occurred at the checkpoint at the Burrell Boom cut-off on the Northern Highway. [...]

Two more U.S. fugitives to be sent home

Two more foreign criminals on the run in Belize have had their stay in paradise cut short. According to local police, fifty-two year old Arthur Schuh and his brother thirty-six [...]

City burglar was supposed to be in jail

On Friday, we reported on the arrest of two men for burglary after they were caught by police inside a Belize City house. One of the pair, Archibald Leslie, has [...]

Blackouts result of poor maintenance, not sabotage

A series of blackouts left the country in the dark last night, but according to Belize Electricity Limited, the outages were not the result of sabotage. According to a company [...]

Audubon A.G.M. takes place tonight

It is the oldest and largest environmental conservation organisation in Belize. And tonight, the Belize Audubon Society will take time out to report to its membership on the organisation’s activities [...]

Tourists’ book drive helps Toledo schools

The drive called Books for Belize is the brainchild of Penny and Jack McDonald of Florida. Since their first visit to the country as tourists almost two years ago, the [...]

Long time resident releases poetry book

Her work appears regularly in the Amandala and her words have entertained readers for a number of years. Today, American retiree Anne K. Lowe released an anthology of poems called [...]

San Pedro tops Calcutta in B.P.F.L. playoffs

Good evening, I?m James Adderley with this fresh dish of Sports Monday. Week three of the Regent?s Cup playoffs took us again to Calcutta at Corozal where the home team [...]