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Husband says unknown assailant killed his wife

The abundance and availability of guns and ammunition on the street has resulted in six persons being shot since Friday night; they all managed to survive.  But it’s not a [...]

Guatemala police kill man who threatened Joseph Budna

While it seems that violent crime is no longer endemic only to Belize City, other communities rarely feel the constant fear that is felt by some in the old capital.  [...]

Tourist at Airport with his personal stash of Crystal Meth

Belize’s reputation for being a top eco-friendly tourist destination has travelled far, but for some tourists, they have also heard that Belize’s drug laws are not prison ready. The recent [...]

Caught on Camera: Culprit stealing Health Services vehicle

The impudent behavior that Higgins used to pass his drugs through U.S. and Belize customs, is not uncommon, as a car thief in the presence of cameras also had gall [...]

Should taxpayers’ dollars pay gang salaries?

It was announced late last month that the referendum on taking the Belize/Guatemala territorial dispute to the International Court of Justice will be held on October sixth, 2013. Leading up [...]

“I neva know” defense works in Cuthkelvin container case

Six containers loaded with a precursor to methamphetamine have been sitting at the Customs Department compound since March. The value of the chemical methylamine hydrochloride has been placed in the [...]

Labor Commissioner bridges connection with B.E.L. and B.E.W.U.

The management of the Belize Electricity Limited and the Belize Energy Workers Union, through the intervention of Labor Commissioner Ivan Williams, is set to resume deliberations on Wednesday morning in [...]

Oceana explains why it’s taking ministry and G.G. to court

While the union has the option of seeking out the labor commissioner, nongovernmental organizations have no such recourse for redress. That is why Oceana Belize is taking its issues to [...]

OCEANA foresees a double referendum day

On October sixth, 2013, citizens of Belize and Guatemala will vote in a referendum as to whether the territorial dispute should be forwarded to the International Court of Justice. But [...]

Marijuana at Lim Ni Punit and in New River

Drug busts were made in the north and south over the past few days. On Monday afternoon at around three-thirty, a team of officers from the Ladyville Police Sub-Formation conducted [...]

Prison Officer tries to smuggle marijuana into prison

Nim Li Punit and the New River are but only a sample of locations where marijuana occasionally turns up. But there is one place that smugglers regularly get caught; believe [...]

3 persons missing; have you seen them?

Three persons, two females and one male, have gone missing since the start of this past weekend and the families have been desperately trying to locate them. The first was [...]

World Red Cross Day celebrated in Belize

World Red Cross Day is recognized yearly on May eighth. It is a celebration of the work of the organization that has aided the country in many disaster relief efforts. [...]

Coca COLA’s carbonated nouveau art

Since 1962, when the first batch of cokes hit stores, the drink has been a favorite among most Belizeans. Fifty years later, coca-cola is still the beverage of choice and [...]

$10,000 in prizes delivered at KTV Latino Final

The wait is almost over and within the next few hours you will know who the KTV Latino Season Three champion is. Four finalists have survived weeks of eliminations and [...]