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Ministry of National Security apologizes to Taylor’s Alley residents

The Taylor’s Alley incident in which gang members claimed that they were the object of brutality by the Gang Suppression Unit and members of the Police Force took place on [...]

No Arrests yet for Easter Weekend murders

In the past seven days, six persons were viciously murdered. In the old capital, four families are grieving and in the Hattieville community, two other families are looking for answers [...]

18 year old is charged from ruthless downtown murder of deportee

While no arrests have been made in the past weekend’s murder, one man was charged today for the murder of twenty-three year old Michael Garbutt, who was killed in a [...]

Is the spike in violent crimes an indication that the gang truce is failing?

Tonight’s question is: Do you believe that the spike in violent crimes is indication that the gang truce is failing? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to [...]

Over $17,000 stolen from BWS Belmopan Branch

Three robbers netted over seventeen thousand dollars from BWSL in Belmopan in a Tuesday evening robbery. Reports are that around five-fifteen on Tuesday evening, employees were inside the branch office [...]

Brothers fight off robbers at Blue Marlin Restaurant

Shortly before noon today there was another robbery in downtown Belize City. it happened while patrons of the popular Blue Marlin Restaurant on Regent Street West were purchasing lunch. A [...]

Murder stats down in first months of 2012

The bodies piled up at the City morgue, where we are told, there is no more room left following the past weekend’s murders, drownings and traffic accidents. But is crime [...]

Mayor Darrell Bradley unveils 100-day Plan for Belize City

Since officially swearing in as Mayor of Belize City on March sixteenth, Darrell Bradley says he has had to make tough decisions at City Hall, including the recent firings of [...]

City Mayor questioned about his father’s employment at CitCo

The recent termination of twenty-two employees of the City Council has also been met with strong criticism from those who believe that cost-cutting measures resulting from the findings of the [...]

Revenue Collection in the City Traffic Department “healthy?”

According to the details of the plan, the council intends to slash its overall expenditure by twenty percent.  Conversely, it proposes to increase the revenue collected at the Traffic Department [...]

Belizean making waves in Caribbean Fashion Design Competition

Belizean, Rebecca Stirm of Roaring Creek is hitting it big in a Caribbean fashion designer show. Stirm, who heard about the reality series through a friend, auditioned and was accepted [...]

Minister Lisel Alamilla is a finalist for Prestigious Conservation Award

Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and Sustainable Development, Lisel Alamilla, has been named a finalist for a prestigious conservation award from the Whitley Fund for Nature. Alamilla has been selected for [...]

San Pedro Fisherman missing for weeks

A San Pedro fisherman has been missing for eighteen days. His family and police on the island are now asking for the public’s assistance in locating twenty-seven year old Wilmer [...]

Top 6 for the hottest show in the land; KTV Latino

KTV Latino was live at the Bliss on Tuesday night and as always, the show was packed with excitement; especially for the in-house audience that walked away with many raffle [...]