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Masked men invade home of 81 year old retiree

A retired woman who shuttles between New York and Belize, got a shocking welcome when she came back home over the weekend. The woman arrived on Saturday and that same [...]

Policeman shot by Guatemalan bandits

No arrests have been made in the Ladyville home invasion, and heading west, a police officer was injured allegedly by a group of Guatemalan bandits. The officer has been admitted [...]

Ten wheeler truck knocks down Georgeville resident

Also in the west, a sixteen year old minor luckily survived an accident involving a ten wheeler truck on the Western Highway. She has been stabilized but doctors at the [...]

Student’s skull cracked with T-square during school fight

And a brawl between two teenage boys at their high school compound has landed one in the hospital. The minors, whose names are being withheld, were on recess around ten-thirty [...]

Shyne visits Wesley College and talks about education

Moses Michael Leviy aka Shyne was deported last Wednesday back to the Jewel after spending close to ten years in prison in the US. Since then he has moved out [...]

Shyne’s legal advisor, Charles Ogletree, visits him in Belize

Shyne’s appearance at Wesley College was not only for the students; it was also his first press conference with the media. Professor Ogletree indicated that they would not discuss his [...]

Contracts not renewed for BTB execs.

Turning to the tourism industry, major changes are expected to take place at the Belize Tourism Board. It involves the replacement of the Executive Director, Tracy Taegar, who has held [...]

L.A.P.D. busted shipping illegal guns to Belize

And a cop believed to be a Belizean with the L.A.P.D. who allegedly owns a private security firm in Belize surrendered to U.S. authorities today after he was indicted for [...]

Student athletes awarded for endurance under pressure

When a group of Belizean students travelled to Costa Rica to participate in a series of sporting events in September, they made the news because they encountered problems at the [...]

The country takes a bite out of Dental Health Week

It’s a yearly event in the calendar and the official opening of Dental Health Week took place today and that means the start of activities aimed at promoting awareness on [...]

Flores Bus Company injunction hearing starts in court

A hearing started today behind closed doors on a one-month suspension by the Transport Board against Flores Bus Line which covers the runs between Lord’s Bank and Belize City. The [...]

Motor cyclist caught riding with weed

Also in the court blotter, an employee of the Belize City Council was busted with a quantity of weed and after a weekend in the police lock down, twenty-five year [...]

Excellence is the Champion of Champions in cricket

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. Week ten of the B.P.F.L. competition brought League Leading Hankook Verdes to the M.C.C. Grounds to face a floundering F.C. [...]