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“Dodo” shot and killed in rival gang territory

There are two suspects in the murder of Steven Polonio, whose street name is “Dodo,” but no charges have yet been brought against anyone. Polonio was shot after five o’clock [...]

Chunox family speaks about home invasion by Mexican police

Two Mexican nationals, both carrying, Mexican police identification are in police custody tonight after a frightening home invasion in the northern village of Chunox. Police are looking for a third [...]

ASR purchase of majority shares of B.S.I. complete

The Belize Sugar Industries is now officially an asset of American Sugar Refining Limited. The boards of both B.S.I. and ASR issued a joint release announcing ASR’s successful purchase of [...]

Cayo residents in full force following murder of UB student

The brutal killing of Suzanne Martinez has left the western communities in shock and angry. Today, members of the town council and locals staged a mini demonstration in front of [...]

Fleecing of Belize: Ministry buys lumber/cement from gas station and tires for stripped vehicle

The auditor general uncovered suspected cases of fraud in different ministries during the review of government finances for the period 2010-2011. According to the audit, government suffered great financial losses [...]

Integrity: C.E.O. of the Ministry of Works resigns

There are reports tonight that the C.E.O. in the Ministry of Works has called it quits.  Carlson Goff was recruited from the Caribbean Development when the government won a second [...]

B.D.F. soldier Not Guilty of keeping 1,000 rounds

After thirteen years of service, the fate of Belize Defence Force Sergeant, thirty-four year old Emerson Michael today landed in the hands of a jury. Charges were levied against the [...]

Environmentalists should be celebrities; CZMAI lecture series

The Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute hosts a monthly educational series for members of the environmental community. The seminar series has been conducted by researchers and scientists who use [...]

Harvest for Kids needs your help

Summer may be long gone, but that doesn’t imply that camps have gone on hiatus until 2013. The Belize Camping Experience continues its work with youths.  This Saturday the organizers [...]

Healthy Living examines prevention of whopping cough

The Ministry of health announced that recently suspected cases of whooping cough or Pertussis were detected in Springfield, Cayo where a close knit Mennonite community has settled.  The fear is [...]