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Empire’s old Colonial relics stolen from HOC

There is a burglary of major historic proportions to report tonight. Exactly a week ago, it was discovered that thieves had stolen a number of priceless antiquities from the House [...]

B.D.F. suspends its own during investigation

Now, in respect of the forty-two weapons that were stolen from under the noses of the B.D.F. at Price Barracks back in October, there is some development to report. Word [...]

George St. Affiliates win case against Government

A sensational trial ended today in the Supreme Court, three men known as George Street bosses sued the Attorney General for false imprisonment following the murder of John Paul Saldivar [...]

11 Carnival Dream Tourists in accident

It has not been a good month for some cruise ship visitors to the jewel. A number of them have been arrested and charged for marijuana possession at the Tourism [...]

Should DEA operate freely in Belize?

In our last question to viewers we asked if the D.E.A. should be allowed to operate freely in Belize. The response is as follows: fifty-eight percent of those who polled [...]

Police Academy graduates 74

The crime statistics are staggering, and to aid in the fight against the violence seventy-four new officers joined the force today. After passing written and physical exams, the recruits were [...]

Minister of Police say more training ahead

During his speech at the graduation ceremony for Recruit Squad number eighty-seven, the Minister of Police indicated that it’s time for the department to go back to basics and for [...]

Woman found guilty of killing her husband

In the Supreme Court today, forty-one year old Kim Brannon was today found guilty of killing her common-law husband Anthony ’Antics’ Herrera in December 2008.  Brannon confessed to chopping Herrera [...]

Arlie Petters wins award

He is one of the most outstanding nationals and is among an exclusive club of academics who has established himself internationally. Dr. Arlie Oswald Petters was honored with a Caribbean [...]

BELPO says STOP US Capital Energy activity

A license to US Capital Energy for seismic testing in southern Belize is coming under sustained fire.  Earlier today, the Belize Institute of Environmental Law and Policy, BELPO, said it [...]

Paraplegic to ride across Belize

In May of 2009, paraplegic, Jerome Flores set out on a long but fruitful eighty five mile journey from Corozal Town to Belize City. Then in June of last year, [...]

State of Nation Conference for Kids

About four hundred primary school children gathered in Belize City today for day two of what is billed as the first State of the Nation Conference. Organized by the National [...]

Cancer patient needs help

While Riverol is enjoying her good fortune, forty-nine year old Gilda Tillett, a mother of eight children, needs assistance for medical attention abroad for cancer. Tillett’s daughter, Denesia came to [...]

Mega Bingo Winner gets over $100,000

Valda Riverol, a resident of Hall’s Layout in Corozal Town, is the latest winner of the coveted hundred and twenty-eight thousand, eight hundred and sixty dollar Mega Bingo Jackpot.  Riverol [...]

Belize whips St. Vincent in Football Game

In football news, the Belize national team defeated St Vincent and the Grenadines earlier today. Belize’s global striker Deon McCauley scored the two winning goals. The St Vincent team tried [...]