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Three murders in Belize City over the weekend

The incessant number of murders by gunfire has reached a new high with four more fatal killings over one weekend alone—three of them in Belize City! The first murder occurred [...]

Belmopan cops investigate fourth murder victim

But the killings were not confined to the deadly streets of Belize City, cops in the nation’s capital also have a murder mystery to solve tonight. Head of the National [...]

And in Cayo and Orange Walk, police find bodies of missing men

And in the Cayo District, police came across what is believed to be yet another murder this morning. The victim, twenty-four year old Pedro Guzman, recently got out of prison [...]

B.D.F. soldier takes his own life

And from murders to suicide, a Belize Defence Force soldier is dead after he reportedly took his own life with a shotgun. The eighteen year old private, Samuel Carrias, reportedly [...]

Two injured in separate Belize City shootings

There is more crime news to report. Two Belize City shootings did not result in fatalities, but did send three persons to the emergency room. Around one-ten Sunday morning police [...]

Taxi driver jacked at gunpoint, escaped unharmed

Any taxi driver who works especially late in the night will tell you that they are very discriminate when choosing passengers. But over the weekend, fifty-four Michael Hemmans erred in [...]

C.J. rules against government in referendum case

Chief Justice Abdulai Conteh handed down a decision this morning and granted judicial review in a constitutional case that challenged the Prime Minister for his government’s decision to amend the [...]

Two diplomatic appointments before the Senate

In news from the diplomatic front, there are two ambassadorial appointments that will seek approval from the Senate at its sitting tomorrow. Independent Consultant and former C.E.O., Kamela Palma, who [...]

Onion producers get relief funding

Papaya farmers are facing economic hard times, but today onion producers got a little relief. The government handed over chemicals and irrigation supplies to thirteen families in the northern village [...]

Youth Hostel hosts open day on arts and craft, hospitality

School is in recess, but instructors at the Youth Hostel on the Western Highway are busy with various activities to challenge the minds of the youth in their charge. This [...]

Miss Belize 2008-2009 crowned hush-hush pageant

The newly crowned Miss Belize visited our studios this afternoon. Yes, you heard right. She was selected and crowned over the weekend at a pageant held at a Raccoon Street [...]

RF&G Football Cup 2008 season kicked off over the weekend

Good evening, I’m James Adderley. You’re right on time for this dish of Sports Monday. We take you immediately to the M.C.C. Grounds where the RFG Cup kicked off its [...]