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Bus and pickup mash up on highway; one dead

Three persons have died in traffic fatalities in the past five days. At about six-thirty on Monday evening, forty-one year old canero, Jenaro Gaspar Sanchez perished in a traffic accident [...]

Rosalia Castillo charged for Palomas Del Norte Bar murder

Thirty-four year old Honduran National, Pamela Perez was murdered at the Palomas Del Norte Bar in Santa Elena Town, Cayo District. It is alleged that just before midnight on Saturday, [...]

George Street gangster charged for Murder by St. Ignatius School

Marvin Nunez was gunned down execution style in front of Saint Ignatius Primary School on Friday. The cold blooded murder happened just after one o’clock when school children were heading [...]

Murder witness disappears after hung jury in Appeals Court

Thirty-five year old Rommel Palacio junior has been missing since last Thursday. His family members presume he is dead and want information on where his body may be found. There [...]

Spurned lover guilty of stabbing pregnant ex and new hubby

A jury of eight women and one man stepped into the deliberating room just before noon this morning to decide the fate of twenty-two year old Henry Patnett. He was [...]

Owed GST lands businessman David Gegg in Court

Belize City businessman David Gegg, proprietor of Cruise Solutions and Discovery Expeditions, today evaded a committal warrant for failure to pay General Sales Tax.  The GST Department wanted Gegg for [...]

Should a Commission of inquiry investigate Northern Regional?

Tonight’s question is: Given the grave reports of malpractice, should a Commission of Inquiry be established to look into the situation at the Northern Regional? Send your comments and responses [...]

Rosewood still being harvested

A moratorium was imposed on the harvesting of rosewood by Minister of Forestry, Lisel Alamilla, back in April in response to complaints over the unsustainable way that the valuable logs [...]

Wanted for narcotics in U.S., but Courts return their cash

Over six thousand US dollars are said to have been confiscated from US National Arthur Schuh and his wife Sheryl, following two police raids at their Ladyville in May, 2005.  [...]

Adi mai, Living with HIV, and her baby is fine

You’ve heard the horror stories about malpractice at the Northern Regional Hospital, but there’s one woman who was probably lucky that she wasn’t treated at the hospital. Adi Mai is [...]

Sensitizing media in role for national health response

The story of Adi Mai came up during today’s media launch of the strategy for Getting to Zero and an informational kit for persons living with HIV. The concern from [...]

Police Corporal to be transferred to Burrell Boom Police Station

Since the pressure from the National Trade Union Congress of Belize and the public has increased about the transfer of Corporal Sharmane Young, following an incident with a tourist on [...]

McAfee to be released and will return to the U.S.

Businessman John McAfee still sits in cell at a detention center in Guatemala City where he continues to fight constitutional challenges to avoid deportation to Belize. He told various media [...]

2 year old in need of medical attention abroad; family needs your help

The family of two-month-old Sanjay Armstrong, diagnosed with a rare condition which causes his body to reject sodium, is appealing to the public for assistance to send him abroad for [...]

F.F.B. complains again on the use of the MCC Grounds for a concert

The Football Federation of Belize is up in arms against the National Sports Council for allowing the use of the MCC Grounds for an upcoming concert this Friday, featuring a [...]

YWCA opens a center for women to sell products

The Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) has a long documented history of implementing programs that advance women issues while educating marginalized sections of that gender. It’s most recent initiative involves [...]