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Taxi-driver viciously stabbed to death

A Belize City cab driver was viciously stabbed to death; his body was found early this morning in Ladyville while his rented van was found hours later in Biscayne Village. [...]

“Bucket” sentenced to life for killing his wife

A jealous forty year old Glenford “Bucket” Bermudez executed his wife on November twenty-second, 2007 and for taking her life, he will now spend the rest of his life behind [...]

Contract hit placed on media mogul and businessman

The media was called out today by one of its own members, who along with a well known business personality, say they have received credible reports that their lives are [...]

Friends of Belize working visit to Washington

As we reported on Tuesday, a delegation from the newly formed organization, Friends of Belize, is on a three-day working visit to Washington D.C.  The delegation was led by former [...]

Mark Seawell’s case unusual turns; where are the attorneys?

A second lawyer has withdrawn legal representation from Mark Seawell this week and his case has been postponed until he is able to secure a new defense team.  Since his [...]

Karl Heusner claims police brutality

Karl Heusner was in court today; no, it’s not the hospital, it’s a twenty-five year Belize City resident. Heusner faces seven charges, but he claims that he was badly beaten [...]

Fence blocking peace for four Succotz families

Tonight there are four families in Succotz Village in the west who say that come the rains, they will have no way out of their yards.  It has to do [...]

Long and winding road to Jaguar paw now dilapidated

It is a road that thousands of tourists travel every year to go cave tubing at the Caves Branch, but the road is rapidly deteriorating and stakeholders are up in [...]

Royal Geographic Society in London awards Rachel Graham

Belize’s own Dr. Rachel T. Graham was presented with a prestigious conservation award by no less than Her Royal Highness, Princess Anne, at the Royal Geographic Society in London. Graham [...]

LightHawks transporting falcons to Belize

Still on the issue of conservation, LightHawk, a nonprofit group of volunteer pilots is looking for someone to bring a very special cargo to Belize. The organization is urgently seeking [...]

Healthy Living solves a temper tantrum

Kicking and screaming, incessant ranting and stubbornness; those are just a few behavioral problems of children throwing temper tantrums so adults cave in and allow them to have their own [...]