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Officer charged with Abetment in murder of Chinese National

The cops believe they have cracked the recent grizzly murder of a Chinese national in Orange Walk Town. And as it turns out, the case has the plot twists of [...]

Suspect charged for scamming fruit vendor

And in other crime news, in an update to a story aired on March thirteenth, in which a fruit and vegetable vendor was scammed out of some money, police have [...]

Owen McFoy is shot on Orange Street

The shootings in the city continue unabated and tonight twenty-one year old Owen McFoy is recovering from a gunshot wound to the left forearm. McFoy says he was riding a [...]

Argument heard in Rhett Fuller extradition case

Day two of the extradition appeal of Rhett Fuller ended late this evening with the defence resting its case. Attorney for Fuller, Eamon Courtenay, put forward seven grounds under which [...]

Murder suspects free as witness fails to appear in court

Two men charged with Murder were set free on Monday by Supreme Court Justice, Adolph Lucas when the Prosecutor, Crown Counsel Trenia Young entered a case of nolle prosequi. Twenty-one [...]

Minister’s son caught riding naked

And in the Magistrates’ Court, twenty-two year old Andre Hutchinson, the son of Minister Michael Hutchinson, was fined two hundred dollars today after he pleaded guilty to the charge of [...]

Honduran Govt. threatens to shut down TACA

By now you know that the global financial crisis has been chipping away at the core of business markets and the region is not exempted. In the Caribbean we have [...]

CARICOM passport comes with new security features

But if you’re heading east, the new CARICOM passports have just been released and should make traveling hassle free in the Caribbean region. As we’ve reported, they come with a [...]

Ecumenical College rallies for a new multi-purpose center

The Stann Creek Ecumenical College opened its doors back in September 1974 through the amalgamation of two high schools, Stann Creek and Austin Highs. It evolved into a community school [...]

Special Olympics promotes second annual Fun Run

Early Thursday morning, hundreds will be lining up at the Stella Maris school front gate for two races organized by the Special Olympics Belize. The first Fun Run race will [...]