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Two Chinese shopkeepers wounded in George Street hold up

We touched on it briefly as a late breaking story on last night’s newscast, but today when I visited the scene of the crime I discovered that the shooting of [...]

Police try to cool off cycle of gang violence

Meanwhile, police have responded to vocal accusations made by residents that their neighbourhood is being targeted for harassment. Sr. Supt Chester Williams “We continue to receive complaints from residents in [...]

Orange Walk teen charged with jail cell murder

A teenager has been charged with murder following the death of a fellow prisoner in the Orange Walk police station. According to authorities, on Saturday afternoon, seventeen year old Eric [...]

Police shoot suspect in leg during big weed bust

Did a police officer overreact or did he genuinely feel threatened when he shot a suspect in the leg? That is the question authorities are trying to answer in an [...]

Driver cops a plea, fined $5,000 for traffic death

A Belize City man who pled guilty to knocking down an elderly woman has been fined for causing her death. According to court reports, thirty-six year old auditor Ian Skeen, [...]

P.M. leads delegation to Washington conference

Prime Minister Said Musa is in Washington, D.C. leading a delegation of public and private sector officials to the heavily hyped conference on the Caribbean. The three-day series of meetings [...]

Mexican president will visit next week

And looking forward to next week, Belize will be the venue for a number of high level meetings leading up to a summit of leaders from Central America, the Dominican [...]

Did G.O.B. letters to U.N. imply legal commitment to Maya?

The case of the Toledo Maya claim against the Government of Belize for communal land rights continued this afternoon in the Supreme Court. At the start of the sitting, attorney [...]

Summer camp promotes art, memory of artist

As summer camp organisers start making the rounds to promote their programmes to the public, parents on a budget will be carefully reviewing their options. Among the choices this July [...]

Junior carnival moves will be more modest this year

Another outlet for artistic expression is being provided by the Belize Carnival Association in the form of its Summer Youth Camp. Association chairman Patrick Thompson says the kids will learn [...]

“Ultimate KTV” has new format, bigger prize

You’ve seen the advertisements, but tonight in a bit of shameless self-promotion we’ll offer more detailed reasons why the 2007 version of Karaoke Television is must see TV. Mary Rhaburn [...]