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Murder at Louisiana Government School: 17 year old charged

Shamir Gonzalez was killed at the compound of the Louisana Government School in Orange Walk on Wednesday afternoon. Tonight, a seventeen year old is charged with his murder while a [...]

3 Pook brothers charged for killing Errol “Lighta” Ferguson

Errol Ferguson, the taxi driver known as “Lighta”, was violently stabbed to death at around seven a.m. on Thursday and it was suspected that the culprits were brothers. Today three [...]

Rufino Sho still missing since Agric Show

A search party, led by the police, is combing the Roaring Creek area for a father of three who has been missing since Sunday. The family of Rufino Sho, a [...]

Is the high unemployment hampering the country’s economic recovery?

One of the most startling findings of the 2010 Population Census was that the unemployment rate has peaked to twenty-three percent. That prompted our last poll question, which asked viewers [...]

B.D.F. Recruit Intake #54 ready to fight for Belize

Another intake of young men has gone from recruits to soldiers. This morning they became the newest members of the Belize Defence Force. Governor General Sir Colville Young was the [...]

But are trained soldiers ready for peace keeping on City streets?

After the ceremony the recruits gathered with their family in celebration at Price Barracks. While there are opportunities for growth and experience in the B.D.F. for these recruits, it is [...]

Security guard removes 5 teeth from man urinating on fence

In the wee hours of this morning tour guide, Dean Smith went head to head with Fort Point Security Guard Harvey Sambula at the Princess Hotel and Casino. That clash [...]

Mexican pleads guilty to possession of unlicensed firearm

Mexican national Jose Luis Robles Beltran was nabbed inside the Corozal Free Zone in late February with more than the prescribed amount of money allowed by law. Robles was also [...]

Fire causes damage to structure

Our news crew has headed out to mile four on the Northern Highway where a two storey wooden structure is completely engulfed in fire. The building is across from the [...]

Boilers break down at B.S.I. Compound

Tonight the Tower Hill Factory is on a complete shutdown after its two boilers experienced mechanical problems. The first boiler broke down on Thursday morning, but grinding continued until the [...]

Petroleum analyst says public needs to be on guard

On Tuesday we told you that the Coalition to Save Our Natural Heritage had engaged Rick Steiner, a renowned US oil expert, to assess the oil industry in Belize. Steiner, [...]

Which club is hot this weekend? Arielle Knows

Hi I’m Arielle, and this is “what’s happening Belize!” Did you enjoy your Labor Day weekend? Well I sure did. But now it’s time to get your cards, your bouquets, [...]