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Fruit Vendor shot dead

The past weekend brought grief to at least three families. In the first instance, it is believed that robbery may have triggered the latest murder in the Old Capital. A [...]

Robert Burgess dies during highway accident

Meanwhile in Ladyville, a night out in the town turned fatal for well known resident, Robert Burgess, who worked as a security officer. Burgess, along with four others, was heading [...]

Flowers Bank resident drowns

We’ve told you about the murder in the city and traffic accident in Ladyville; heading to Flowers Bank, Wilton Robinson, aka Premier, did not return home after a cricket outing [...]

The P.M.’s Speech: review of pension and $63 million in amortization

The 2011-2012 budget presentation was on Friday in the capital and details of how it will impact Belizeans are just beginning to take shape. Prime Minister Dean Barrow did reveal [...]

Germany expert to measure butane providers

Last month there was huge public outcry after it became known that gas companies were shortchanging consumers. Subsequently, the Bureau of Standards introduced the National Metrology Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) [...]

Bureau of Standards very serious about passing gas standards

So just how will the Bureau of Standards implement the recommendations?  First of all, there isn’t even a set of quality standards to go by in Belize.  But Director of [...]

Hit and Run victim wants help identifying vehicle driver

We told you earlier about a fatal traffic accident in Ladyville, but a city resident needs your help to find the driver that knocked him off his bike and kept [...]

Senseless Sunday morning shooting of car van and house

The corner of Prince Street and West Canal is becoming a regular fixture in the news. We’ve reported on two murders and one attempted murder of a store clerk in [...]

Ladyville businesswoman stabbed in the neck

A businesswoman in Ladyville was attacked by two men in a stabbing incident that could have ended fatally. That’s because Bridget Garcia was stabbed in the left side of the [...]

International Narcotics Control Strategy Report sniffs out Belize

The International Narcotics Control Strategy Report is submitted by the US State Department to Congress every year in March. It’s an assessment of global efforts to combat transnational narco-trafficking and [...]

Mark Conorquie goes to trial for Causing Death by Careless Conduct

Forty-one year old Mark Conorquie appeared in court today and was to hear his sentence for a charge of Causing Death by Careless Conduct. Conorquie pleaded guilty last Thursday, admitting [...]

3 week old baby going to Venezuela for Heart Surgery

On Thursday night we reported on three-week old Shantel Carr, whose congenital heart requires surgery.  The baby’s family publicly asked for support to raise funds for her to undergo the [...]

Musician’s Album dubbed “New Sheriff”

He is following in the footsteps of Belize’s best entertainers and now the man who calls himself ‘Taprick’ has a release of his own. The young musician, Troy Busano, stopped [...]

Pregnant ‘Sea Cow’ killed by boat

The coast of Belize is becoming more perilous for manatees. Despite the awareness campaigns of the Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute and the Sea 2 Shore Alliance, mariners are [...]

Sports Guru, James Adderley scores on Sports Monday

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday The final major race staged by the BCA before the Annual Cross Country Cycle Classic reigned supreme on the Western [...]