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Did quarrel cause the arson of a Belize City house?

Flames consumed two houses over the weekend; one in the City and the other in Lord’s Bank. The blazes are both believed to have been deliberately set but fortunately no [...]

Lord’s Bank fire leaves mother and 6 children homeless

The second house that went up in fire over the weekend belonged to a single mother, Maria Rodriguez of Lord’s Bank. Rodriguez now has to rebuild a house for her [...]

Man charged with murder killed on border of Belize and Guatemala

It is the close of January and so far there have been seven murders for this month, statistically it is one more than last January. While the victim is from [...]

APAMO asks government not to issue new oil drilling concessions

OPIC, the state owned Taiwanese company, recently announced that it had given up the second largest exploratory concession for oil that stretched across the Belize Barrier Reef. The environmental N.G.O. [...]

Publics Supermarket burglarized

One of two suspected burglars who broke into Publics Supermarket in the early hours of Sunday morning is tonight in police custody after being identified on the store’s surveillance footage.  [...]

Carjacking victim regrets giving a free ride

A Belize City man was jacked on Saturday night. He was being a good Samaritan when a man he knew as Troy asked him for a ride while he was [...]

Syringe found near body of Irvin Penner

Funeral Services were held today at the University of Belize in Belmopan for Irvin Penner, brother of Minister Elvin Penner.  Penner’s body was discovered around nine-twenty on Saturday morning at [...]

Squatters reject invitation of Harmonyville developers

The land being reclaimed by the Belize Grass Roots Youth Empowerment Association, BGYEA, is thirteen hundred acres and includes an area already being settled by a group comprising mostly of [...]

P.U.P.’s Gregorio ‘Papas’ Garcia becomes Corozal Bay standard bearer

So far the news has been about the uproar over uncontested conventions in the People’s United Party. But on Sunday in Corozal Bay, the field was crowded by four aspirants [...]

Sports Monday’s weekend stats with James Adderley

Good evening I’m James Adderly and this is sports Monday. The Belize District Basketball Association U-17 and U-15 competitions blasted off inside the Civic Center Friday and indeed the fans [...]