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B.D.F. soldier is hacked in southern Belize

Belizean and Guatemalan officials may be edging close to an agreement to take the territorial dispute to the I.C.J., but on the ground, the B.D.F. has been busy securing Belize’s [...]

Mother hands over son for murder

Last week we reported murder in the village of Cotton Tree and tonight another man has been murdered in Georgeville, also in the Cayo District. A fight between two villagers [...]

One dead, two injured in traffic accident on Southern Hwy.

And in a traffic mishap over the weekend, the Tush family of San Roman Village in the Cayo District is grieving the loss of a loved one, while praying for [...]

Woman is robbed and raped on Croton Lane

There appears to be a notable increase in rape cases reported throughout Belize and a pattern seems to be emerging in a Belize City neighborhood. The most recent case reported [...]

Man gets caught with firearm in underwear

Thirty-six year old Asher Brown, also known as Larry Sutherland, was charged today with Keeping a Firearm and Ammunition without a License. Following a naked search at the Queen Street [...]

Minor identifies robber at Belikin Fest

His first job was to guard the court, but now a Belize City man has been locked up by a magistrate of the same court he once protected. Twenty-eight year [...]

Grenade and other explosives included in Firearm Act

In news from Belmopan, government is tightening up legislation following the carnival grenade scare on September sixth in front of the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. A Statutory Instrument has been [...]

U.D.P. infighting spreads to San Pedro

In news of a political nature, you would know of the infighting in the Belize City Council between the Mayor and her councillors. Now it seems that the next U.D.P. [...]

Belize rates high in health information systems

It is dubbed ‘The World’s First Nationalized Electronic Health System.’ And the Belize Health Information System, B.H.I.S., has taken the jewel to a new level in information for both the [...]

Trade Expo attracts new businesses, thousands attend

Statistics released last week show that consumers are feeling the pain of a high cost of living, but that the economy may be on the rebound as the wholesale and [...]

Expo has enhanced security but flooding disrupts show

The Chamber and law enforcement worked together to put in place measures to give a sense of security following the recent wave of street violence. But despite all the good [...]

Anita Henry is first Miss Y International

It was the first of its kind in Belize, and at the end of the evening, Miss Y Belize transitioned to become Miss Y International. On Friday night at the [...]

Legendary Mr. Peters has new CD release

Most people think about retiring when they reach their sixties and seventies, but for Belizean Brukdong legend, Wilfred Peters, like good whiskey, wine and cheese, he seems to only get [...]

Central America and Mexico celebrate independence

Belize is not the only country that gained its freedom in September. Today the diplomatic missions of Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, and El Salvador were closed in commemoration of their [...]

James Adderley has weekend sports

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and we’re certainly glad you could join us for this issue of Sports Monday. Week eight of the RF&G Tournament saw Football Club Belize venture [...]