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7 B.D.F. soldiers injured in Mountain Pine Ridge accident

We begin the newscast tonight with a report of seven B.D.F. soldiers that are hospitalised with various injuries after the truck they were travelling in overturned in Mountain Pine Ridge. [...]

Police release soldier, but B.D.F. still investigating

Last week we reported that police had picked up a B.D.F. private in connection with the grenade which was thrown at spectators on carnival day in Belize City. The private [...]

Serial rapist targets sixth victim in the city

Reports of crime involving grenades, shootings, stabbings and drug smuggling, have been constant on the news and now there is reason to believe that a serial rapist is lurking in [...]

Woman is gang-raped in Ladyville

And in another case of rape which is not linked to the serial rapist, a nineteen year old woman reported that between one and four Saturday morning she was outside [...]

Escaped prisoner back in jail, two others still on the loose

But there is one criminal less off the streets as one of three inmates who escaped from Hattieville Prison earlier this month is back in jail. Twenty-two year old Guatemalan [...]

Salvadoran national dies in traffic mishap

The weekend’s fatality came not from a gun, but from something just as deadly: a vehicle collision. The deceased has been identified as forty-one year old Jose Orellano, a Salvadoran [...]

Two drug busts at San Pedro airstrip

Police in San Pedro are reporting two drug busts which both have the airstrip in common. Around three-twenty on Friday police say they were on mobile patrol in the San [...]

Blease, King in court for shootings

Two men appeared in court today for separate shooting incidents. In the first case, a twenty-four year old fisherman of Rivero Street, Leon Blease, was charged in connection with the [...]

NEMO reports Waha Leaf, Mullins and Kendal causeways impassable

In June of this year, tropical storm Arthur severed southern Stann Creek and the Toledo Districts from the rest of the country. The overflow of the Sittee River washed away [...]

Supreme Court/UWI get Edward Laing’s collection of books

A rich collection of books has been added to the Supreme Court Library. The collection was named the Edward Laing’s Collection and was received today by Chief Justice Abdulai Conteh, [...]

P.M./P.U.P. leader address Independence Day

There were tightened security measures in place for this year’s Independence Day to put the population at ease after the grenade scare of September sixth … and it worked. Independence [...]

P.U.P. turns fifty-eight

The country turned twenty-seven and the oldest political party that has claim to its own record of accomplishments in the political landscape of Belize turns fifty-eight. It has been in [...]

James Adderley has weekend sports

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The rains couldn’t stop the nation from celebrating its twenty-seventh birthday over the weekend. However, on Saturday its effects became [...]