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Double murder on Belize City. Is a stolen bicycle the motive?

Two Lebanese businessmen were murdered this week. And while the investigations continue into possible links, there is no mistake that Thursday night’s murder of two Belize City men are related. [...]

Cop flung from truck and robbery suspects run for freedom

Statistically, most of the country’s murders take place in Belize City, particularly in the south side. But it must be noted that all four of this week’s murders took place [...]

Murder acquittal over 3 years in the making

While the suspects in that robbery case await their day in court, suspects in a three year old murder case spent their final day before a judge in the Belmopan [...]

SATIIM’s Greg Ch’oc removed from mic during US Capital Consultation

The southern part of the country, which is the most economically deprived does not experience the violence associated with the Belize District. However, the residents of Toledo now have a [...]

Citrus Industry shake up; growers grow weary and prepare to protest

Trouble is brewing in the Citrus Industry. For several years there has been tension within the industry between its stakeholders. The Citrus Growers Association sent a press release saying, “Growers [...]

Elderly couple not quite bankrupt as millions of assets in offshore Belize

Belize is sometimes advertised as a hideaway and a getaway. And an elderly US couple, thought it would be a great place to hide millions of dollars. The couple got [...]

Another “Martinez scammed me” land fraud case

Several Belizean Americans, living in Los Angeles, have contacted this station alleging that they have been swindled out of thousands of dollars by Edward Martinez, the brother of Minister, Anthony [...]

Burglars have a busy week

While the victims in that scheme no doubt feel violated, several home owners share their pain as their physical property was also treated with irreverence. The spike in burglaries continues [...]

Passport Office in Belize City remained closed

A number of concerns have been raised by Belize City residents since the processing of passport applications was transferred to Belmopan a few weeks ago.  The move by the Immigration [...]

Heal the World says traditional healers

Traditional healers from across the country are meeting in Belmopan. They are discussing what is called traditional knowledge, specifically traditional healing and medicine. The topic is broad; it includes songs, [...]

Credit Union League award some youths

Credit Unions have been present in Belize for over sixty-eight years. And with a total of thirteen credit unions countrywide, twelve are members of the Belize Credit Union League. The [...]

24 countries join Belize in PANCAP’s mission to fight HIV/AIDS

Representatives from twenty-four countries of the Caribbean region have been in Belize since Wednesday for the twelfth Annual General Meeting of the Pan Caribbean Partnership. PANCAP is an alliance of [...]

National Aids Commission says time to focus on marginalized groups

While it is a regional discussion, Chairperson for the National AIDS Commission, Kathy Esquivel, says the meeting validates the work that is ongoing in Belize. Esquivel says there have been [...]