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Plane heard over Corozal village

Police and B.D.F. last Thursday, found nine blue drums containing suspected aviation fuel and sixteen empty plastic gallon containers near a landing strip that was destroyed by the B.D.F. two [...]

St. Ignatius student dies and friend injured in accident

The Saint Ignatius High School of Santa Elena is mourning the death of one of its students and hoping for the recovery of another. On Saturday morning, the two students, [...]

One hit murder in Libertad

There was a murder up north on Friday. A mechanic was killed reportedly over a bottle of rum and his best friend has been charged. Sisto Victor Osorio was hit [...]

Downtown cab drivers protest, but did they have the facts?

We’ve all heard the cliché progress brings problems, but it’s probably never been more real than right about now in Belize City, where traffic congestion, blocked streets and frustration are [...]

Battlefield Park undergoes a second renovation

But back to the City where a new project has caused an uproar at downtown Albert Street. We can’t exactly call it a facelift, or even a renovation. What it [...]

Drag racing on newly inaugurated Chetumal Boulevard

If we had to caption this story, we’d probably call it – ONLY IN BELIZE. It’s just one of those things that make you shake your head. Less than a [...]

El Turk extradition case meets roadblock

The extradition case against businessman Khalid Jamil El Turk, of Lebanese extraction and wanted by U.S. authorities for conspiracy to import pseudo-ephedrine, resumed today before Chief Magistrate Anne Marie Smith.  [...]

Career burglar remanded for recent incident; accomplice killed

Thirty-three year old Lenny Benguche, one of two men caught in the act of breaking into a residence in Los Lagos last Thursday, was arraigned on a single charge of [...]

John Baptist convicted of carnal knowledge against 6 year old

A man has been found guilty of two counts of aggravated assault of an indecent nature, and is awaiting sentencing for that crime. Thirty-eight year old John Baptist Sr. was [...]

Turneffe caretaker found dead

A caretaker of a fishing camp on Turneffe Island was found dead on Friday, but preliminary examination does not suggest foul play. Fisherman and owner of the camp Leopold Westby [...]

SATIIM says rosewood being cut during amnesty

The public furor over government’s rosewood amnesty has not died down. In fact, on Friday the flames were fanned by a very strong release from the Sarstoon Temash Institute for [...]

P.U.P. supports and gives credibility to 2 court rulings

The People’s United Party is weighing in on two recent court decisions. In respect of the OCEANA challenge on six oil contracts, the court declared them null and void because [...]

To control numerous brushfires across the country

Brushfires have been sparking all across the country; the Fire Department says it is caused by the dry spell. While there is nothing unusual about the “bushfires” residents of Lord’s [...]

A common ground; Succotz gains a recreational park for kids

Each community needs open space and a safe environment for its youths to serve as a playground to foster friendship and also to begin to learn about the world of [...]

James Adderley’s Sports Highlight

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is sports Monday.   Week 13 of the FLB season found FC Belize inside the friendly Confines of the MCC grounds yesterday needing [...]