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B.D.F. volunteer murdered by B.D.F. volunteer in Militia Hall

A young B.D.F. volunteer soldier was murdered before news time on Monday night after a crime wave swept across the country over the weekend.  Clifford Cruz was killed when another [...]

Foam house burns down 3 years later

If you looked to the sky this afternoon, a large plume of smoke was hovering over the George Price Highway at the entrance to Belize City. The foam house for [...]

Security guard found dead at workplace

A security guard from Dangriga, Charles Gamboa, was found dead at his workplace on Friday. The family believes he was murdered but the police are calling it a case of [...]

Stephen Lewis murdered during home invasion in Capital

One man from the Dangriga area is detention tonight in connection with the horrific murder of a retired Belizean American, fifty-three year old Robert Stephen Lewis. Lewis and his wife, [...]

Why has no one been charged for Kaylee Burgess’ murder?

Tonight’s question is: Why do you think no one has been charged with the murder of Kaylee Burgess: No evidence, Sloppy police work or the Suspect may be highly connected. [...]

PM returns from IDB and IMF meetings; partial guarantee in sight?

After making a partial payment of eleven point seven million dollars on the twenty-three point five million dollars August coupon of the superbond, bondholders agreed not to take legal action [...]

Prime Minister expects Telemedia dividends to be issued in months ahead

Telemedia held its annual general meeting on Friday. The dividends were not issued because of an injunction granted by the Caribbean Court of Justice just prior to the meeting. There [...]

Passport Office in Belize City closed until further notice

Following the alleged Hezbollah member, Rafic Labboun’s swift receipt of a Belizean passport in the name of Wilhelm Dyck, an investigation into procedures and loopholes at the Immigration Department is [...]

Couple lucky to be alive after vehicle flips during highway accident

A Belmopan couple is lucky to be alive tonight after a horrific accident on the George Price Highway this afternoon. Mohiddin Kharuri and his seventeen year old girlfriend were heading [...]

Stolen car, but lawyer proves owner not quite yet owner

When he appeared in court earlier this year, Maintenance worker, Charles Requeña had pleaded not guilty to the charge of handling stolen goods, but it wasn’t until today that he [...]

Christian Landaverde identified as man killed on St. Margaret’s Farm

On Monday night we reported that a man was killed in St. Margaret’s Village, where it is believed that he was stealing from a farm. That man has since been [...]

Public space and sports collide; football field or concert ground?

IndigeNOW Belize, a world indigenous music festival organized by the National Institute of Culture and History, is scheduled for next weekend at the MCC Grounds.  The event promises a who’s [...]

Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington on ICJ at UN General Assembly

The annual debate at the UN general assembly in New York is winding down. On Monday afternoon, Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington took to the famous lectern along with the other [...]

September 10th and 21st, redux in print

The annual September Celebrations are officially behind us but today the National Institute of Culture and History, along with the Belize Archives and Records Service returned to the essence of [...]

Superstar hopefuls take the stage to win major cash

After a brief recess last week, The Next Superstar is back tonight with a bang. It’s coming down to wire now, so you better get in the grove because five [...]