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Did hard talk cause weekend murder?

The “M” in Monday could just as easily stand for murder as this is the day the nation usually receives the tragic details of whatever homicides occurred over the weekend. [...]

O.W. man decapitated in N. Hwy. crash

A gruesome traffic accident which took place Friday night around mile twenty-five on the Northern Highway has left one man dead and another hospitalised. According to police, thirty-one year old [...]

Child drowns; was under Human Services Dept. care

A drowning over the weekend has claimed the life of a Belize City child. According to police reports, around four on Sunday afternoon, ten year old Natalie Forbes was swimming [...]

Victims trail robbers, leads to arrest of five

Five men were remanded to Hattieville Prison today after being arraigned on robbery charges and handling stolen goods. Nineteen year old Aaron Brooks, twenty year old Wilfred Peters, thirty-six year [...]

Importers receive two week holiday from Sales Tax

In a surprising bit of good news for merchants–and presumably consumers–the Ministry of Finance today announced that all goods being imported into Belize between today and June thirtieth will not [...]

P.U.P. conventions select new standard bearers

There has been a shake-up in standard bearers following conventions by the People’s United Party over the weekend. A press release from the P.U.P. secretariat indicates that on Sunday, almost [...]

S.J.C. expands offerings to meet student needs

Classes might be winding down for summer holidays but this month, Saint John’s College has officially launched its School of Professional Studies. Under the theme, “Our Mission … Your Success”, [...]

Summer courses offer extra help for primary schoolers

Friday was the last day of exams for most primary schools and while students will have to wait another two weeks to receive their report cards, there are already plans [...]

Caves Branch is most popular visitor site

In case you haven’t been out to visit your nearest archaeological site lately you’d be surprised to learn that business is booming. Thanks largely to the steady influx of cruise, [...]

B.T.L. avoids elimination in basketball play-offs

Good evening I?m James Adderley and we welcome you to this serving of Sports Monday. The Father?s Day Cycle Classic was a monster which rolled for eighty-two miles from the [...]