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Triple murder in Ontario may have roots in land grab

It appears to have no connection with a series of recent crimes against tourists in the Cayo District. But that’s about the only good thing that can be said about [...]

Two lucky to be alive following road accident

Seventy-two year old Fabian Rivero and forty-nine year old Michael Gordon are lucky to be alive after the vehicle they were travelling in was extensively damaged after it crashed into [...]

Two men electrocuted while hunting scrap metal

B.E.L. has issued warning after warning but some folks just don’t seem to get the message. And that communication failure has resulted in two more deaths by accidental electrocution. The [...]

Driver charged following death of infant

Police in Benque Viejo have arrested and charged a resident of that western town following a fatal traffic accident on Friday. According to the cops, around seven that evening thirty-eight [...]

SATIIM brings supporters as trial opens

There is a romantic notion in some quarters of the developed world that citizens of small countries are somehow capable of rising up as one to confront their most serious [...]

1st new-style production sharing agreement signed by G.O.B.

In related news the Ministry of Natural Resources has issued the first production sharing agreement under the new oil exploration strategy approved by Cabinet. That contract, concluded with Spartan Petroleum [...]

New political party will soon be unveiled

He claims it’s not a third party, but instead a prime party. Semantics aside, Belizeans will soon be officially informed of the formation of a new political entity. According to [...]

Workshop explores gender relationships

This morning young leaders gathered in Belize City to participate in a two day seminar entitled “Working with young men and women in the promotion of gender equity and health”. [...]

B.T.B. helps tourism police in anti-crime effort

The last few weeks have been disastrous for Cayo tourism and while the P.R. machinery is working overtime to bolster Belize’s image as a fun and safe place to visit, [...]

Belize tops El Salvador to keep basketball hopes alive

Good evening. I?m James Adderley and you?re absolutely welcome to this version of what we call Sports Monday. And we were certainly felt privileged to be inside the Carl Ramos [...]

Jones begins comeback with New York triumph

And in case you missed E.S.P.N. this weekend, we are happy to note that our favourite Belizean sprinter, Marion Jones, is back in form. Jones, running in just her third [...]