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Benque taxi driver found dead in Roaring Creek

Belmopan police are tonight investigating a homicide following the discovery of a body in Roaring Creek Village. The victim has been identified as thirty year old Selvin Santos, a taxi [...]

Accused burglar shot by police in front of court house

An official investigation is underway tonight after police shot a man just outside the Belize City Magistrate’s Court. We are not sure if thirty-two year old Gareth Humes knew that [...]

P.U.C.: VoIP verdict is fair and legal

The verdict is in on VoIP and according to the Public Utilities Commission, if the service provider isn’t licensed in Belize, it ain’t legal. According to the P.U.C., in its [...]

Convicted killer sentenced to 13 years behind bars

A man convicted of manslaughter in the Belize City Supreme Court has been sentenced to thirteen years behind bars. This morning Justice Troadio Gonzalez told the defendant Trevor Gill, “For [...]

Witness charged with fabricating evidence

In other news from the courts, today a witness who changed his story on the stand during a murder trial has been charged for the offence. Donald Gaskin appeared before [...]

Two brothers arrested in hold-up of Pomona shop

In more crime news, police have arrested two brothers in connection with the armed robbery of a store in the Stann Creek valley. According to the cops, twenty-three year old [...]

Doctors warn of adverse effects of unhealthy lifestyles

Millions across the world are in the fight to be fit, and here in Belize the message is no different. According to current statistics, our population’s overall health is showing [...]

Habitat director launches poetry book

By day, Carla Sainsbury is a hardworking member of the Habitat for Humanity team in Belize … helping local landowners build their dream house. But in her spare time, Sainsbury [...]

361 Public officers awarded for dedicated service

Public officers often get a lot of flak but by all accounts, they are the nuts and bolts that keep government’s machine working. And today, they put off their first [...]

Belizean black belts to take on regional competitors

In clubs across the country, boys and girls, men and women are lining up to learn martial arts. There are three styles of karate being practiced in Belize: Shotokan, Red [...]