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Police security offered to Musa and Opposition Leader

The death threats followed by the very real danger of bullets being fired at his home have brought the crime situation in Belize up close and personal to the former [...]

House of former Prime Minister, Said Musa, riddled with bullets

2012 was a record year for murders with one hundred and forty-five reported and the New Year has started with another record for murders. It is a new era in [...]

Private sector demands that G.O.B. stop negotiating with criminals

The Belize Chamber of Commerce and the Belize Business Bureau have issued one of its strongest release expressing grave concern about the escalation on crime following the shooting at the [...]

Kent Moss shot three times in shooting incident

A Belize City man is recovering from gunshot wounds at the Karl Heusner Memorial hospital after being shot on Tuesday night. Just before seven, twenty year old Kent Moss, a [...]

Nurses protest against Health C.E.O., Peter Allen

On January tenth, C.E.O. in the Ministry of Health, Dr. Peter Allen was caught in an altercation with a veteran nurse in Belmopan, and today he was again the center [...]

Referendum Unit meets with media on ICJ awareness campaign

As the ICJ question looms larger with the announcement of a set date for the referendum on October sixth, people all over the nation are starting to sit up and [...]

Does cabinet support minister’s action to burn half a million dollars of rosewood?

Belizeans have not been at all reticent about weighing in on the rosewood burning issue.  Last Friday morning in Golden Stream, Minister Lisel Alamilla set on fire a stock of [...]

February U.D.P. convention: Faber versus Vega for Deputy Party Leader

The U.D.P. National Convention is scheduled for February, and in the past months much attention has been focused on the royal fight for deputy Party Leader. The incumbent, Gaspar Vega, [...]

Were challenges at B.E.L. also put forward by previous owners before nationalization?

On Tuesday, the Public Utilities Commission held a press conference to present its final decision on the approved almost seventeen percent increase in electricity rates. The final amendment is for [...]

Police charge suspect in death of Keith Lewis

  In June of 2012, twenty-one year old Keith Lewis was gunned down in the Lake Independence area in what was classified as a gangland slaying. He was ambushed by [...]

Businesswoman raped in Hopkins Village

In news from the south, a fifty-three year old businesswoman of Sittee Point reports that on Sunday she was asleep in her van that was parked in Hopkins village when [...]

Price of burying your loved ones has just shot up

There is ongoing discontent in the burial service industry since the Belize City Council arbitrarily announced that it would be taking over those services. And it is bound to get [...]

B.D.F. receives a $1.4 million donation from U.S.

The Commander Designate of the Belize Defense Force on Tuesday received new vehicles to add to its current fleet and enhance their ability to patrol our borders and aid in [...]

National selection heads to Costa Rica

Today the National “A” Selection Team left the jewel with an upbeat spirit en route to Costa Rica to participate in the Copa Central Americana tournament. The team is hoping [...]