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BATSUB and B.D.F. investigate security breach

Police have not yet pressed any charges following the grenade scare at Saturday’s carnival, but the British Army Training Support Unit Belize has publicly confirmed that the explosive device came [...]

Independence Day Uniform Parade moved September 22nd

Initially, the concern about parading on National Day, which falls on a Sunday, was that church pews would be empty if there was a competing event. Then came the grenade [...]

Carnival Day’s grenade scare puts damper on 10th parade

There are fortunately no serious incidents of crime to report from Wednesday’s Tenth Day Celebrations in Belize City. And while some may say the turnout of spectators was respectable, when [...]

Chamber of Commerce beefs up security for Trade Expo

Concerned over the escalating acts of violence, the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry is working closely with authorities to beef up security at the annual Trade Expo, set for [...]

Darren Banks charged in case of ephedrine container

In news from the courts, Darren Banks, who has an extensive rap sheet, was this morning charged with Attempted Theft and released on bail in the case of the twenty [...]

Fisherman charged for unlicensed ammunition

Nineteen year old fisherman, Jamie Young of Turneffe Island, has been remanded to custody for Keeping Ammunition Without a Gun License. Young appeared in court today after police found him [...]

Brian Yorke charged with Carnal Knowledge of 14 year old

Police have made arrests in two crimes which occurred over the weekend. In the first instance, the accused is Brian Yorke of Berry Street in Belize City, charged with Grievous [...]

Guns stolen in city and caye

There is no shortage of firearm on the streets and tonight there are three cases of stolen guns to report. Manuel Pacheco, forty-seven, of three Cockburn Lane, Belize City has [...]

DHS investigates root of toddler’s injuries

A toddler lies in critical condition in the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital tonight and Police and the Department of Human Services are investigating to determine the root of her injuries. [...]

Francis Reneau concert set for September 12th

All the bad news and the acts of violence reported earlier in this newscast may have put a damper on this year’s September celebrations but there is still a full [...]

Six compete in first Miss Y International in Belize

And there is some good and interesting news to report. Six brave women between the ages of sixty-one to seventy-six, are vying for the prestigious title of the first ever [...]