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Diehard P.U.P. Leonard Chavarria protests his party in Belize City

The political thermometer is heating up on both sides of the political divide and if you were downtown today you’d have thought that the People’s United Party was staging a [...]

Sadie Vernon High’s dilemma between Admin and Teachers not resolved

Although a good education was the focus of all involved in Friday’s dispute at Sadie Vernon High, the teachers and the administration clearly have not found a suitable middle ground [...]

Belizean Creole Girl, victim of human trafficking in the U.S.A.

According to the United Nations, nearly two point five million people from one hundred and twenty-seven countries are being trafficked around the world. The annual revenue derived from trafficking in [...]

Businessman gets a bullet over the head at closing time

A Chinese grocer is tonight lucky to be alive after being grazed over the head by a bullet during an armed holdup on Saturday night.  Forty-five year old Jian Liang [...]

Mark King no longer mad; U.D.P. allows him in convention

Earlier we told you about Leonard Chavarria’s woes with the P.U.P.; on the other side of the political fence, Mark King was home safe. You will remember him as the [...]

3 car pileup, but police department is quiet about people involved

A police pursuit on Saturday morning caught the attention of many onlookers at the busy intersection of St. Thomas and St. Joseph Streets. It happened close to midday and a [...]

Second crash, this time on Western Highway

The second accident over the weekend was on the Western Highway between miles two and three. Twenty-six year old Braulio Esquivel, a bus driver of Belize City, was travelling in [...]

Fisherman caught jewelry and the Court hooked him with prison time

A Belize City fisherman broke into a jewelry store and only got away with twenty dollars. It’s a small loot, but it was enough to land twenty-six year old Marlon [...]

Woman who stabbed neighbor because of flash drive, finally charged

A Belize City woman, who has been in police custody for the past four days, was arraigned today for allegedly stabbing her neighbor. The police reports and charge sheet have [...]

Fathers Group Controversial remarks on sexual behavior of youths

Stephen Okeke is well-known as a painter, sculptor, author and fulltime entrepreneur.  Okeke has donned another hat that many people aren’t aware of. For the past two years, Okeke has [...]

Corozal Money Changer succumbs to injuries

Exactly two weeks after he was shot by two men at his home, a money changer has died of the injuries.  Thirty-four year old Jaime Headman who lived in San [...]

B.T.B. tours the city ‘old school style’ on horse and buggy

Sightseeing in the old capital is a favourite activity for visitors to the Jewel. The visitors learn about Belize’s colonial past as well as its modern history from tour guides, [...]

High School District Festival of Arts underway

Throughout the country students are participating in their local high school festival of arts.  The shows are a precursor to the National Festival of Arts which is showcased at the [...]

James Adderley Sports update on cycling, football and karate

Good evening I’m James Adderly and we welcome you to this fresh dish of Sport’s Monday. For a 5th time the elite cyclists of this nation took aim at breaking [...]