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Police look for would be child molester

In recent years we have witnessed an alarming number of child molestation cases … but rarely has an alleged perpetrator been caught in the act. That’s what apparently took place [...]

Novelo brothers assist in search for child killer

Last week’s incident in Camalote cannot help but make us recall the sickening abduction and murder of five Belizean girls over six years ago. Today Channel Five’s initiative to bring [...]

Corpse is identified as O.W. resident

The human remains found last week in the Orange Walk District have been identified. Following a post mortem, the dead man’s identity has been confirmed as fifty-two year old Misael [...]

Three acquitted of St. Paul?s kidnapping

It was a dramatic tale in July 2003 … a husband and wife ambushed by masked and armed gunmen at their St. Paul’s Bank village home. Percival Flowers and Cecilia [...]

Compromise allows oil company to work in Belmopan

Reports out of Belmopan tonight are that the Department of the Environment and Belize Natural Energy have struck a compromise following citizen complaints against oil exploration within the city limits. [...]

FirstCaribbean seeking Unsung Heroes

What makes a person a hero? Is it the fire-fighter who charges into a burning building because he thinks that there may be someone inside? Is it the teacher whose [...]

Price, Young to receive honorary U.W.I. degrees

Two eminent Belizeans are among those slated to receive honorary degrees from the University of the West Indies. Former Prime Minister George Price and current Governor General Sir Colville Young [...]

Cycling race looks to encourage young riders

Last weekend it was professionals taking part in the Father’s Day Cycling Classic, but this Sunday it is the youths’ turn to ride in the race honouring Bishop O.P. Martin. [...]

Methodists celebrate and reflect on 181st anniversary

The Wesley Methodist Church on Albert Street this week is the focal point of celebrations marking the one-hundred and eighty-first anniversary of Methodism in Belize as well as the fifty-fifth [...]

Too big, too little info say Ara Macao opponents

They have been trading canon shots in the media for several months now and it looks like the battle is only beginning. I’m talking about the controversy over the tourism [...]