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Mother and daughter murdered in cold blood

In cold blood; there is no other way to describe the inexplicable killing of a family. The security once felt by Corozal residents is becoming fragmented as the seeds of [...]

Shooting on Vernon Street

A shooting incident on Mahogany Street Extension shortly after five o’clock this evening has resulted in allegations being brought against a well-known police officer.  While no one was reported injured [...]

What is the budget for teachers?

Crimes such as murders and robberies should soon be easier to investigate as in the 2012/2013 budget; the Ministry of National Security received an additional nine hundred thousand dollars to [...]

Minister Lisel Alamilla to meet company about damage to protected area

We’ll seek out the B.N.T.U. to get its take on how they are affected by the budget. Another Ministry is seeing cuts but not the type you might expect. The [...]

K.H.M.H. and Skilled Solutions highly unusual practices

It doesn’t appear that anyone will pay fines or get fired now that the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital audit has been completed. The K.H.M.H. administration attempted to ram the document [...]

International Chemical Management

Stakeholders from various private sector industries that use chemicals converged at the Best Western Belize Biltmore Plaza for the launch of Belize’s Strategic Approach to International Chemical Management. It is [...]

South Chiquibul Joint Enforcement Unit launched to offset poaching

Over the last ten to fifteen years, the increased presence of primarily illegal Guatemalans squatters, cutting timber and xate, coupled with poaching of the Scarlet Macaw, have called for increased [...]

Luke out of the Port of Belize and into the Court

Government attorneys were busy today as a business and an environmental group saw their cases held against the administration in separate courtrooms. Port of Belize Limited and its majority shareholder [...]

Oceana says government won’t strike out their case

While the Port of Belize/Belize Ports Limited case was ongoing, in the courtroom of Justice Oswell Legall, Oceana Belize took their waves on other government attorneys. Oceana is challenging oil [...]

Rape conviction upheld

Not all the cases were highbrow, but they were two notable victories for prosecutors. Two men who filed appeals after being convicted of separate crimes received additional bad news. A [...]

Manslaughter appeal dismissed

The second appellant was thirty-two year old Wyatt Anderson, who was convicted of Manslaughter on February third, 2011.  Anderson was accused of fatally stabbing his brother-in-law, Robert Brown on November [...]

Not enough gas in taxi protest

Former City Council employee Phillip ‘Faada’ Henry, who was recently granted a taxi operator’s license only to have it rescinded a few weeks later, led a charge against City Hall [...]

Flavors of Belize launched for every palate

Some of the most delicious recipes from your favorite restaurants have been compiled into a local cookbook like no other; Flavors of Belize. This hardcover cookbook holds over one hundred [...]

Appointed ministers above elected ministers

The Cabinet is made up of seventeen elected representatives as well as four ministers appointed from the Senate; Lisel Alamilla, Godwin Hulse, Joy Grant and Charles Gibson. But the entire [...]

Healthy Living explores summer and skincare

Schools out, the weather is warm, the days are longer, and all these factors combined make it perfect for spending time outdoors. When it comes to skincare, our top concern [...]