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Another Felix brother gunned down

The entire country was plunged into darkness Thursday night shortly after six-thirty.  About an hour and a half after power was restored two gunmen wasted no time in seeking out [...]

Ryan is the fifth Felix brother targeted in shootings

Ryan Bennett is the fifth of the Felix brothers to have been shot in the area of Port Loyola.  Of the five brothers Tyrone and Faron have fell victim to [...]

Police recover murder weapon used to kill Anthony Matura

There’s another family grieving tonight. On Wednesday afternoon eighteen year old Anthony Matura was killed as he alighted a bus in Ladyville. Anthony was returning home from Belize City he [...]

Viewers give mixed response on the removal of ComPol Jeffries

The Commissioner of Police, Crispin Jefferies, has been told by his Minister that his management approach is not effective and he is likely on the out way out. So on [...]

New educational program to take kids off the streets

The statistics on out-of-school children are far from impressive; eleven thousand children are not receiving any form of education or training.  Come this new school year, a programme attempting to [...]

Seawell brothers may be closer to being extradited to the US

Brothers Mark and Gary Seawell have met another legal hurdle as a judgment handed down by Supreme Court Justice John Muria today paved the way for an extradition hearing to [...]

Lavern Longsworth ends argument by setting David White on fire

Tonight, Lavern Longsworth, the well-known court figure, who runs errands for employees of the Belize City Magistrate’s Court is in lock down pending a charge of Attempted Murder while her [...]

Court reporter Roy Davis charged for assaulting a cop

There’s another court personality in trouble with the law. After an overnight in police custody, fifty-six year Roy Davis, a freelance court reporter and photographer, is out on a thousand [...]

Jury of 8 women and 1 man finds Pratt guilty of Carnal Knowledge

At two-thirty this afternoon, a jury of eight women and one man emerged from the deliberating room and announced that Bernard Pratt was guilty of four counts of carnal knowledge [...]

Infant diagnosed with rare genetic disease

A Mennonite infant has been diagnosed with a rare genetic disease, in fact it is believed that Justina Peters from the Shipyard community is the first person to be diagnosed [...]

Sutton Valence School students exhibit spirit of volunteerism

Seventeen students from Sutton Valence School in Southeast England have generously volunteered their summer to do charity work in Belize. The students are between the ages of fourteen and eighteen [...]

B.E.L. turns off the light and says to light a candle

The only way you would not have known that there was a power outage on Thursday night was if you were in the deep jungle.  That’s because the outage was [...]

Belize International Film Festival and industry workshops

The annual Belize International Film Festival opens tonight at the Bliss with a big bang that includes a red carpet entrance. The yearly event features films from independent and well–known [...]

Free summer camp for youths of Port Loyola

There is an abundance of summer camps taking place across the country. Some of them are well funded, therefore relatively cheap, and there are a few that might empty your [...]

Cyclists ride in regional and international events

The Football Federation of Belize announced earlier this month that the national team would not be competing in the Central American and Caribbean Games in Puerto Rico, because the facilities [...]

Safiyyah’s weekly search for entertainment and the best fried chicken

It’s another busy summer weekend as the Old Capital once again comes to life with activities for the entire family.  Entertainment host Safiyyah has a rundown of everything that’s happening [...]