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$140 Million in cocaine up in smoke

As early as five this morning, the destruction of more than two tons of cocaine began in the north. An estimated one hundred and forty million dollars went up in [...]

Street man, Michael Morgan, gunned down

While the police were on high alert, keeping an eye on the cocaine, gun violence erupted on the streets of the old capital on Garifuna Settlement Day. Police operations included [...]

George Pipersburgh gunned down in murder capital

Only fifteen minutes later and not too far away a second Belize City man was ambushed and shot. The victim is George Pipersburgh, the uncle of Neisa Pipersburgh, a high [...]

Body of footballer found

In the south, it is not known what led to the death of a young Dangriga sportsman who went missing last week Thursday.  The body of twenty-one year old Thomas [...]

Michael Finnegan at the New Michael Finnegan Market

There is a spanking new market in the south side; it was inaugurated this morning and replaces the old Queen Square Market. Construction of the one point three million dollar [...]

Will there be Moya for Mesop in the next General Elections?

During the ceremony at the Michael Finnegan Market, the minister made it very clear that he was quite pleased with the Belize City Mayor. A Moya move on the Mesopotamia [...]

Fake Cop questions GS-COM employees

Remember Aaron Wilson? He was the man charged with impersonating a police officer. Wilson, no longer has the dishonor of being the only person to be called a fake cop.  [...]

Man who killed high school teen charged with Manslaughter

The man who was charged with shooting and killing a minor last week was back in court today.  Eighteen year old Ibrahim Smith was formally arraigned for the November sixteenth [...]

Belizean student also tops CAPE

Two Belizeans students distinguished themselves in regional exams this year. Dorien Villafranco, a student of St. John’s College, was named the Most Outstanding Candidate in the Caribbean for his performance [...]

Diabetes Association given donation by family of man mauled by jaguar

Bruce Cullerton was mauled by Max the jaguar twenty four hours after hurricane Richard in October. Max’s cage was destroyed by a tree that fell when the eye of the [...]

Garifuna Settlement Day celebrated in the Jewel

The weekend weather interrupted a number of activities that were scheduled to celebrate Garifuna Settlement Day across the country. But in the Culture Capital the downpour was not enough to [...]

Jamal Barrow aka Shyne aka Moses levi, now Moshe Levi Ben David

Moshe Levi Ben David formerly known as Moses Levi, formerly known as Shyne, and formerly known as Jamal Barrow, was featured on the BBC this morning. The BBC covered Belize’s [...]

James Adderley with the Weekly Sports Update

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. As the semifinal round of the FFB’s Inter-District Football Tournament reaches its natural conclusion, over the weekend, we headed West, [...]