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Eddie is lifesaver on Saturday, murder victim on Monday

There has not been a murder in the city since Jason Coombs was killed on November eleventh. That murder was apparently well executed and until today no arrests have been [...]

After 1 year in Mexican jail, casino guard and boss freed

The area between the Las Vegas Casino and the Mexican Border was the scene of a shootout and high speed vehicle chase that ended across the border at Subtiniente Lopez [...]

African nationals caught with six illegal passports

Two African nationals have been charged with Unlawful Possession of Passports after they were nabbed with documents belonging to persons who are not in Belize. Nigerian national, Prince Azutory and [...]

San Pedro feeling the pinch of declining tourist arrivals

It’s the high season in the Tourism Industry but if you visited La Isla Bonita, the number one tourist destination, you wouldn’t know because the island is not experiencing the [...]

Mayor says it’s up to the courts to decide case’s outcome

In political news, Belize City Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers has generally kept away from the public eye since she was criminally charged with twenty-two counts of Uttering a False document [...]

National Transport robbery suspect freed of charges

While the mayor’s trial is pending before the courts, Justin McClaren, who was accused in a robbery at National Transport Services Limited was freed today. Earlier this year in January, [...]

Guatemalan and Belizean caught with 10lbs. of weed

And a Guatemalan woman and a Belizean man who were busted in a grey Pontiac vehicle at a checkpoint on the Northern Highway met bail at the Belize City Magistrate’s [...]

Marion Jones hopes to make a comeback in basketball

She made Belize proud at the Sydney Olympics when she wrapped the Belize flag on her next to the American flag after zipping past the finish line in first place. [...]

Safety tips on proper use of extension cords

The hustle and bustle of the Christmas season is here and that means that both business establishments and residential homes will be consuming more than the usual supply of electricity. [...]

African heritage organization, CABO, holds 15th AGM in Belize

Representatives from Central and South American countries and the United States are meeting in Belize for the general assembly of the Central American Black Organization also known as CABO. The [...]

World AIDS Day… get tested

There are over five thousand persons living with HIV/AIDS in Belize. With the high rate of infection, organizations countrywide offer education, counseling and testing in different awareness campaigns. For World [...]