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U.D.P. distances itself from city mayor as new allegations arise

It’s open season on Belize City’s first female Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers. First, the government has charged her with twenty-two counts of Uttering a False Document. Then the United Democratic [...]

Said Musa reminds PUP exec. to pay for assets

If you think that’s the only political stench, the PUP is also in turmoil. In August, it appeared that the old and new guards of the People’s United Party were [...]

Benque taxi drivers too cheap!

So while the political parties continue to wrangle, a old problem reached boiling point today in the west. San Ignacio and Benque Viejo Towns are only about eight miles apart, [...]

No one charged for Brandon Jones’ murder

Also in the west, Belmopan police have still not filed any charges against anyone for the murder of Roaring Creek resident, Brandon Jones. Jones had gone to a house not [...]

Association of principals meets to discuss crime problem

Belize has been dubbed murder capital number one because of the per capita murder rate. On October fifth to the ninth, Channel Five’s Open Your Eyes dedicated a week’s program [...]

Security guard busted with heroin, weed and cocaine

Heroin is not a drug commonly known in Belize, but police say, a security guard was busted with that highly potent drug along with a stash of crack cocaine and [...]

Murder suspects freed of charge

Turning to the trial of the 2007 murder of sixteen year old Faron Leslie Felix. This afternoon, one of the two murder suspects walked free and is back on Belize [...]

Caregiver convicted of assaulting minor

The caregiver of a fourteen year old girl will spend the next two years in jail for sexually assaulting her at the institution he was employed. Thirty nine year old [...]

Lord Ridge Cemetery running out of space

Talk to everyone who has had to bury a loved one, and they will tell you that the Lord Ridge Cemetery is running out of space. The Belize City Council [...]

Say no to drugs during Wesley College Red Ribbon Week

It’s Red Ribbon Week at Wesley College and today the students boasted their ribbons to proclaim that they say no to drugs. The school dedicates a week each year to [...]

Minor missing and crying mothers asks for his return

The mother of a twelve year old boy is asking for your assistance in locating her runaway child. He has not returned home since last Friday and his family is [...]