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A farm worker is found murdered on the outskirts of Cotton Tree

An intense police investigation is underway tonight following the gruesome discovery of the badly decomposed remains of a caretaker who was murdered on a remote farm near the outskirts of [...]

The body of a missing woman discovered near Bella Vista Village

There’s another murder to report. The body of a woman, who was also reported missing last week was found this morning. Twenty-two year old Susanna Rosalia Lopez was last seen [...]

Slovakian fugitive wanted for murder is arrested in San Pedro

The high profile arrest of an international fugitive, nabbed in San Pedro last Wednesday, has left the Belize Police Department in a public relations debacle.  While the local media has [...]

Jamaican cargo runs aground off the coast of Belize City

At this hour, a joint investigation is ongoing after a Jamaican registered cargo vessel, the MV Paranga, ran aground off the coast of Belize City this morning. The three hundred [...]

Rowan Garel completes 92 mile walk for charity

The following is an inspiring story about fourteen year old Rowan Garel. Born blind, Rowan has already climbed to the top of Victoria Peak. Today he accomplished another feat; he [...]

Police Association negotiating hasty transfers

At the end of June, a number of police officers got notice of their sudden transfer to take effect in two weeks. Some of the officers were to relocate to [...]

Phone companies disconnect over 60,000 unregistered customers

The deadline for the mandatory registration of prepaid cellular phones was initially in March, but was extended twice, eventually landing on July thirteenth. Well, it appears that those extensions led [...]

Shooting victim refuses to testify; accused gunman walks free

The second trial without jury was quickly disposed of this morning by Supreme Court Justice Herbert Lord. The prosecution’s main witness was nineteen year old Kenrick Longsworth, who was shot [...]

After over a month in Belize, 2 Jamaican nationals face deportation

Two Jamaican nationals left Kingston, Jamaica on June third en route to the United States, but for unknown reasons, they had a change of plans and instead sought refuge in [...]

K.H.M.H. Board to review special audit report

We have been reporting on the special audit at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital for the period April to December 2011. By and large, it reveals that there were serious [...]

BAVIA announces animated film competition winners

The International Film Festival kicked off over the weekend; sixty-seven films will be featured this year. This morning, as part of the festival, an audio visual symposium was held at [...]

APAMO elects new executive at Annual General Meeting

The Association of Protected Areas Management Organization, APAMO, held its fifth annual general meeting on Friday where stakeholders discussed a range of issues pertaining to the environment, natural resources and [...]

Sports Monday weekend report with James Adderley

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   The Harrison Park National Cricket Competition returned on Saturday to beautiful Lord’s Bank in an effort to conclude the [...]