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Devon Reynolds, 15 year old minor murdered

There were two murders in the Old Capital over the past weekend within a little over an hour of each other. A minor and another youth fell victim to the [...]

Former murder suspect, Shamir Medina, murdered near his home

The other victim to the weekend’s violence is nineteen year old youth, Shamir Medina. He was gunned down just before Devon Reynolds at eight-thirty on Friday night. Shamir Medina, who [...]

Police Officer shot to chest and robbed inside Police Substation

Aside from the murders of Reynolds and Medina, there were several shooting incidents that occurred over the weekend and while the following incident was not fatal, it was still alarming. [...]

A shooting foretold; Area Rep. said substation was undermanned

The Belama Police Substation also came into public focus earlier this year when a store across the street was robbed and the assailants got away.  828 Super Center was robbed [...]

Ambulance crashes with pregnant woman; driver and nurse dead

The Kendal crossing has been in the news for years now since the bridge was washed away by Tropical Storm Arthur in 2008. A bailey bridge was donated by the [...]

Tour operator says guides and guests are being harassed

Tour operator, Yhonny Rosado, surfaced as one of the most outspoken critic in the recent cruise tourism crisis. Rosado was on the frontlines when the livelihood of tender operators came [...]

Telemedia tries to block union president from entering meeting

On Saturday morning, the scene at the Belize Telemedia Limited compound on Saint Thomas Street became potentially explosive before the start of the Annual General Meeting of the Belize Communications [...]

Disharmony in Harmonyville

All is not quiet at Harmonyville since last week’s meeting with the Deputy Prime Minister, Gaspar Vega, and Belize Grassroots Youth Empowerment Movement representatives. Major decisions were announced at that [...]

Visually Impaired Youth reaches the pinnacle of mountain

As we reported on Friday, twelve year old Rowan Garel completed his grueling two-day campaign to the summit of Victoria Peak in an effort to raise funds for the annual [...]

Shyne promised, but left not even a glimmer, says concert promoter

A lot of hype went into Saturday night’s concert billed as a pre-release album show for Shyne’s post-prison compilations. The advertisements said that there would be two Def Jam platinum [...]

Prime Minister ends debate with last minute whipping of Opposition

But Shyne’s father, the prime minister, was in the House of Representatives on Thursday and Friday for the 2011-2012 budget debate. Much of what was debated was not the expenses [...]

Courtroom takes murder trial to Bowen & Bowen Crime Scene

The prosecution in the murder re-trial of Francis Robateau and Leslie Pipersburgh closed its case today after calling twenty-one witnesses. The jurors, judge, the accused as well as their attorneys [...]

3 more shootings; 2 in the Old Capital and 1 in down south

Earlier we reported on two murders and a shooting over the past weekend in the city. There was more violence, including the shooting of a mechanic of Vernon Street. Fifty-one [...]

Sports Monday analyzed by skilled Sportscaster, James Adderley

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. We immediately head north to the People’s Stadium where Orange Walk United hosted Cayo South United yesterday week 5 of [...]