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Death waited for man headed to a party

A Belize City fisherman who is the father of five children will not be with his family for Christmas this year. George Rochester was gunned down on Saturday night in [...]

Murder victim identified as Nigerian national

Last Friday, an unidentified man was found with multiple stab wounds; in fact, police say that as many as fifteen were inflicted on the body. Up to Friday evening police [...]

Bicycle thieves rob gas station

Aside from the two murders, there’s other violence to report. The Texaco Service Station, popularly known as Texaco North Star, located near mile one and a half on the Northern [...]

Viewers think elections will be called early

Speculation has been rampant that the government is considering early elections. Back in 1993, the P.U.P. administration called an early poll before their term of office had expired; that move [...]

Rice growers want ‘marketing board’ shut down

We broke the story of the rice crisis back on November twenty-fourth. The largest producers in the rice industry from Blue Creek have seen their sales dip since last year. [...]

Bar Association challenge status of Sol Gen

The decision was taken almost two weeks ago but went under the radar. At the end of November, the Bar Association decided to challenge in court the status of Belize’s [...]

Bus driver charged for death of 2 year old

A horrific accident occurred in Double Head Cabbage on December ninth; two young siblings were hit and one died shortly after at the KHMH.  Two-year-old Rushina McFadzean and her five [...]

7 persons charged for gun possession

A group of seven, including two women, appeared before Magistrate Sharon Frazer today for the possession of a loaded nine millimeter Luger brand pistol. The weapon and ammunition were found [...]

Mother worried about missing 12 year old

A first form student has been missing for four days and her family is desperately trying to find her. Twelve year old Kevona Williams was last seen after school on [...]

Boulders transformed into sculptures

Wood sculpting is an art, a passion and a business for those forming and shaping new life into the grain. At least nine locals joined a team of international artists [...]

PAHO and WHO add pages to the Library

Two organizations of the United Nations this morning donated a heap of books to the national library service. The publications will spruce up the library’s health collection on a wide [...]

Father of Kim Simplis Barrow passes away

Norman Simplis, the father of the wife of the Prime Minister, Kim Simplis Barrow, passed away on Saturday. Ninety-two year old Simplis was the father of seventeen children and a [...]

Hitting Sports Monday

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. It was a chilly morning inside Capital City, Belmopan yesterday as 56 elite riders assembled for the blastoff of the [...]