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Murder in broad daylight in San Pedro

It appeared that there was a ceasefire on murder cases, but today in the nation’s favourite tourism destination, jealously was at the heart of the latest murder case, when an [...]

Leaking cargo cleared to dock at Port

There was a lot of activity at the Port this morning when word reached land that a container on a cargo ship headed for Belize was leaking hazardous material. This [...]

A.C.B. back in court over loan guarantee of U.H.S.

We have not heard much from them since the change of government in February, and today in the court of Justice Minnet Hafiz, the case brought by the Association of [...]

Court dismisses appeal of Mark Cardinez

The Belize Court of Appeal will be hearing a number of cases in its current session which began yesterday. Today the Court dismissed an appeal by thirty-five year old Mark [...]

Louie Ganzie will wait for decision on his appeal

In another case before the Appellate Court, the decision in the appeal of convicted murderer Louis Gentle, a.k.a. “Louie Ganzie”, which was heard yesterday, will be delivered in the next [...]

Appeal Court uphold appeal of Dean Hyde

And the Court of Appeal upheld the appeal of thirty year old Dean Hyde who was convicted of the murder of sixteen year old Dual Wagner Jr. on August seventeenth, [...]

Paul Fabers pleads guilty to possession cannabis

And in Magistrates’ Court, thirty-two year old Paul Faber, the brother of the Minister of Education, was fined five hundred dollars after he pleaded guilty to the possession of five [...]

Two brazen women rob and assault elderly man

Two brazen teenagers from Corozal Town reportedly held up an elderly man at the Santa Elena border and made away with fifty pesos, the equivalent of ten Belize dollars, and [...]

Mayor Moya still in the hot seat for $90,000

Zenaida Moya won her place back on the U.D.P. ticket as mayoral candidate for the March 2009 elections but that does not mean she is out of the woods. The [...]

Seventy-five receive land titles

When the United Democratic Party came to power in February, one of their first decisions was to put a hold on the issuance of land titles and leases for transactions [...]

Crooked Tree gets first rudimentary water system…

If all goes according to plan, by next April the picturesque village of Crooked Tree along the Northern Highway, which is recorded as the oldest settlement, will at last be [...]

…But it is in urgent need of better roads

Crooked Tree will shortly have a new water system, and while that is clearly a necessity for the community, there is another urgent need that is yet to be delivered. [...]

Truancy workers/school wardens benefit from training

Truancy officers in charge of monitoring school attendance and school wardens responsible for the safety of school children are engaged in a two-day training programme. The Truancy Unit and Quality [...]

Car clubs are the new craze

There are billiards clubs, tennis clubs, football clubs and the most recent craze are car clubs. There were no such clubs in Belize until recently, when a group of men [...]

3 duets battle for ten thousand dollar grand prize

You would have had to be in Siberia, not to know of the number one entertainment show, Duets, that airs every Tuesday night live from the Bliss on Channel Five. [...]