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Cayo teacher murdered in his home

A well known teacher was stabbed to death at his home in San Ignacio. His body was found on Sunday afternoon by a roommate. Marco Thompson was stabbed multiple times [...]

Ride by murder in Orange Walk

There were two murders over the weekend; in San Ignacio, a well known teacher was stabbed to death and in Orange Walk, a hail of bullets was unleashed by a [...]

Lord Ashcroft and Prime Minister Barrow’s Peace Talk

If you felt the ground shake on Friday night, that is because there is a major shift in relations between the government and Lord Michael Ashcroft. Ashcroft, the man who [...]

The Penner Petition still too close to call

On April tenth an election petition was filed against returning area representative Elvin Penner on the refusal of a recount of ballots and an allegation of bribery. The petition for [...]

The education process to ICJ Referendum

At the headquarters of the Organization of American States in Washington, delegations from Belize and Guatemala agreed to hold simultaneous referenda on October sixth, 2013. The citizens of both countries [...]

Police, ex-cop and clerk in McAfee Mess

In the local courts, a police officer, an ex-cop and a second class clerk have been charged for allegedly attempting to bribe police officers, following a raid by the Gang [...]

17 homeless after Guerrero Street Fire

Seventeen persons have been left without a roof over their heads after the two-storey wooden and cement structure they once called home was gutted by fire. The upper flat of [...]

Suitcase not overweight, but has 14 pounds of weed

There was a joint operation between the Special Patrol Unit in Belmopan and Special Branch in Belize City today.  It is billed as an ongoing choke hold operation. Police recovered [...]

$60,000 worth of fuel stolen from Belize Diesel Service Center

Over sixty thousand dollars worth of fuel are unaccounted for at the Belize Diesel Service Center. The shortage was discovered by the company’s accountant, Cecil Knowles at the end of [...]

Attempted murder by setting victim on fire, while another shot in the face

Two persons are tonight in critical condition at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after attempts on their lives. And although they may carry the same surname they are not related. [...]

Santi’s Shores Education Center on Kelly Street

Kelly Street, off Freetown Road, is transforming. Known for sporadic bursts of violence, there is a brand new facility that will provide opportunities for the youth of the area and [...]

Sugar Barge Stevedores on strike

There is a developing story tonight on unrest between stevedores, represented by the Christian Workers Union, and the management of the Port of Belize Ltd.  Since eight o’clock this morning [...]

Port Receiver discuss stevedore issue

According to receiver, Arturo Vasquez, the Christian Workers Union forwarded a list of demands on behalf of the stevedores and was expecting a prompt response from PBL management.  When the [...]

Sports Monday’s Women Cycling Edition

Good evening I’m James Adderly and this is Sports Monday.   The Premier League of Belize reached money time inside the FFB Stadium Saturday night as Police United made its [...]