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Pen knife murder at Cayo bar

There were two murders over the weekend; the first murder occurred in the west. Eighteen year old Shaheem Slusher, a construction worker from Gales Point Manatee, moved to San Ignacio [...]

Name changed, but man murdered at Palm Island

Nine hours later, there was another murder…this time in the Old Capital. It’s also the second murder to be recorded at Palm Island. In the predawn hours of Saturday morning, [...]

5 year old drowns in Burrell Boom Pond

Even as the nation struggles to deal with the killing by drowning of three small children one week ago, another family is grieving the loss of their only son to [...]

Toddler drowns in bucket in Belize City

Another child purportedly drowned and Belize City police are tonight investigating the death of a toddler. The initial reports are that one year old Kyle Adain Leslie drowned inside a [...]

Foreign Ministers of Belize and Guatemala headed to O.A.S.

The October referendum has been called off; first by Guatemala on the basis that they wanted Belize to amend the Referendum Act to change the sixty percent voter turnout to [...]

Former British High Commissioner vindicated of allegations of inappropriate behavior

Former British High Commissioner to Belize John Yapp has been vindicated after a judge ruled that he was let down by the British Foreign Office in 2008. Yapp was yanked [...]

UNIBAM and U-RAP pretrial conference

The landmark case of Caleb Orozco versus the Attorney General of Belize goes to the Supreme Court on Tuesday, and both sides, and the churches as interested parties, are gearing [...]

Is UNIBAM being used for foreign gay agenda?

Although the trial will be run along clear-cut legal lines, this is far from a clear-cut, unemotional issue and feelings on both sides are running deep. Today, the media asked [...]

UNIBAM’s Caleb says gay case is human rights issue

And from taking offense to giving offense, Orozco reiterated that there is no foreign government at work in this case, and it is a human rights agenda that is dictating [...]

Michael “Crazy” Arnold locked up until 2023 for rape

Repeat offender Michael “Crazy” Arnold was charged for raping a twenty-nine year old woman back in September 2010.  At the time, Arnold pleaded not guilty. But today, he went back [...]

Frutos’ attempted murder with machete

Thirty-four year old Edgar Elmer Frutos, an employee of the Angelus Press Limited, appeared before Chief Magistrate Anne Marie Smith today, where he was read a string of charges stemming [...]

Smith; claims to be a minor, but charged for murder

Eighteen year old Paul Smith was charged today for the March murder of Frank Neal. Smith originally claimed that he was seventeen, but he was brought back to court today [...]

Day two of PSE; students say math hard, social studies easy

Day two of the PSE took place today at different locations countrywide. Close to eight thousand primary school students sat the exams. While a number of students were comfortable with [...]

CARSI and YWCA teach youths to be paid barbers

The Central American Regional Security Initiative (CARSI) is the United States Government’s top program for investing and promoting peace in Central America. CARSI has pledged six million U.S. dollars to [...]

Ball kicking, hoop shooting Sports Monday highlight

Good evening I’m James Adderley and this is sports Monday.   The 2013 PLB playoffs got off to a roaring start over the weekend so we took in game 1 [...]