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Cop found guilty of killing common-law wife

The murder trial of forty-five year old Police Constable Jose Zetina culminated today with a guilty verdict. A jury of six men and six women deliberated for less than three [...]

Shomans relieved of ammo charges

From the Supreme Court to the Magistrates’ Court; on May sixth, police shored up by the Canine Unit descended on the Northern Highway home of well-known businessman, Jose Shoman, and [...]

Minors busted for burglary

In more news from the courts, a fifteen year old has pleaded guilty to Burglary. The teen and his twelve year old brother appeared in Family Court this morning to [...]

Night out on the town culminates at K.H.M.H.

A night of socialising ended at the K.H.M.H. for a group of friends when the car they were travelling in flipped over several times. Just after midnight this morning the [...]

Thieves jack safe from Cayo Cable Vision

In news from the west, police report that Cayo Cable Vision on Burns Avenue in San Ignacio was jacked. Manager Yesenia Romero reports that she left the C.C.V. offices on [...]

San Felipe resident accused of rape

There is an allegation of rape coming out of Orange Walk Town. An eighteen year old female reported to police that around midnight on Thursday she went to La Enramada [...]

Fire destroys home in Steadfast

A house in Steadfast Village in the Stann Creek District has been destroyed by fire. According to sixteen year old Leslie Leon, while he was cooking, a butane tank fell [...]

Contract to pave Placencia Road finally signed

After months of delay due to administrative snags, today the government finally closed a deal with CISCO Construction for the paving of the Placencia road. The twenty mile-long thoroughfare from [...]

Budget to be read Monday, Barrow to push through bill

This coming Monday in Belmopan, the House of Representatives will meet to hear the long awaited budget presentation for the financial year 2008-2009. It is the first budget to be [...]

Coast Guard: small islands need communication system

With a string of unsolved disappearances at sea and on small islands off the coast of Belize, the public has become more wary of travelling in open waters. Today Operations [...]

CARE-Belize hosts annual open day

Today the Community Agency for the Rehabilitation and Education of Persons with Disabilities, CARE-Belize, hosted an open day to highlight some small projects that parents can do to improve the [...]

Water taxi association and newcomer go head to head

There are more problems brewing at the waterfront in Belize City where two heavyweights are battling to secure their slice of the pie. Jose Sanchez has been following the story [...]

Coastguard offers summer camp for kids

Over the last several weeks, we’ve been previewing and visiting a variety of summer camps … and tonight it’s the Belize Coastguard’s turn. According to the organizers, their camp will [...]