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Police kill ‘Jewboy’ while investigating Lord’s Bank fight

The murder statistics continue to rise with the city’s latest homicide at the Biltmore Plaza on Sunday morning; victim number seven for February. That story is coming up, but first [...]

Press Officer gives the cops’ version of shooting incident

There are many questions that still remain unanswered regarding the shooting of the Jamaican National.  Did O’Neil have a weapon in his possession at the time of his death?  Was [...]

Security guard killed at the Best Western Biltmore Plaza

There was more gun violence over the Valentine weekend. On the north side, at the prominent hotel, the Best Western Biltmore Plaza, even before dawn, a security guard was murdered. [...]

M-16 rifle missing from sleeping B.D.F. soldier

Another high powered weapon is missing from the Belize Defense Force and this time it’s an M-sixteen A-one rifle.  The weapon had a full magazine of thirty ball rounds of [...]

Litigation over Telemedia continues

Senior Counsel Godfrey Smith is taking on Prime Minister Dean Barrow. It’s not the usual challenge over politics which he writes in his blog, Flashpoint; it’s about legal and weighty [...]

Former Attorney General speaks about GOB’s outsourcing legal work

Also on Wednesday, when a reporter brought up the matter of the Prime Minister’s first wife, Lois Young, being contracted as lead attorney in many of the government’s high profile [...]

Mervin Polanco shot while taking early morning walk

Earlier we reported on the murder of a Nigerian security guard at the Biltmore Plaza. That happened early on Sunday morning. Hours later, a shooting took place on Mahogany Street. [...]

Corrington Villanueva shot while playing poker

But before Polanco was targeted, twenty-seven year old Corrington Villanueva of Hattieville was shot several times near the taxi stand at the entrance of the Western Highway. Villanueva was enjoying [...]

Three freed of murder on a technicality in Corozal

And this news just in from the north. Three Corozal residents were today acquitted of murder charges following the bludgeoning of an elderly Belizean American in San Andres Village in [...]

“ET” back in jail; charged with robbery

And forty-two year old, Basil Willis also known as ‘ET’ is tonight once again an inmate at the Hattieville Prison after being charged with robbery. Willis was out on bail [...]

Ex-soldier caught with unlicensed gun and ammunition

An ex-Belize Defense Force soldier who was busted with an unlicensed nine millimeter gun and a magazine loaded with thirteen live rounds is tonight behind bars on remand.  Police say [...]

Stakeholders battle over the future of the citrus industry

While there is continuing dispute within the citrus industry over control and finances between Citrus Products of Belize Limited and the Citrus Growers Association, another legal battle is being waged [...]

Should the Citrus Processing and Production Act be amended?

The existing system requires that licenses must be obtained prior to supplying the processor.  In this case CPBL is the only processor that purchases citrus in large quantities.  Marshalleck, in [...]

CPBL gives tour of multi-million dollar facilities

The dispute in the citrus belt is not letting up, we said earlier, a demonstration is planned for this Tuesday by the Citrus Growers Association against its subsidiary Citrus Products [...]

15th annual Valentine’s Day classic goes to Marlon Castillo

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. We take you immediately to the Western Highway where we join the fifteenth running of the Digicell Valentine Classic as [...]