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Second pair of siblings missing in the south

A second pair of siblings is missing from the south. The Rash children went missing in August 2010 and they were never found. Tonight Independence Police are on the lookout [...]

Mayan King Employee chopped to death

And even as they launch a manhunt for the missing siblings, Police are also investigating the murder of a Guatemalan national yesterday evening. Isaac Gutierrez, an employee of Mayan King [...]

Man pleads guilty to Attempted Murder of GF’s nephew

Last week, ten Belizeans were deported from the U.S. after completing their sentences for crimes committed in that country. Another deportee is currently facing time behind bars for crimes in [...]

Cop acquitted of manslaughter

Today, the second policeman alleged to be involved in the shooting death of O’Neil Anthony Jones in February 2010 walked out of the Supreme Court a free man. PC Lazaro [...]

SATIIM files injunction to prevent drilling in forest reserve

The Sarstoon Temash Institute of Indigenous Management (SATIIM) will be hosting a press conference on Tuesday, to discuss a claim filed in the Supreme Court of Belize by SATIIM and [...]

Miss Gay Goddess Belize 2013

On Saturday, protestors in favor of the existing laws of Belize took to the streets of Corozal Town in demonstration against the content of the Revised Gender Policy 2013, as [...]

Uh oh; Boledo machine giving problems

The thirtieth weekly drawing of the Sunday Lottery Draw was an unusual one, as in the middle of the drawing there was a malfunction of the automated lottery and jackpot [...]

Arlington Drive resident lucky to be alive

Thirty-one year old Marlon Usher, a resident of Arlington Drive, Belize City, is lucky to be alive tonight, following a shooting incident over the weekend during which he was injured.  [...]

Five women and knives at Iguana Street Party

A house party being held at a residence on Iguana Street Extension on Saturday night ended in bloodshed when a group of women turned on each other with knives.  Shortly [...]

Visually Impaired boy prepares to dive the Blue Hole

Fourteen-year-old Rowan Garel, the visually impaired teenager who conquered Victoria Peak two years ago, was set to dive the Blue Hole on Tuesday; however, plans to make the descent below [...]

Olympian Kaina Martinez holds a camp for Seine Bight kids

Garel is providing inspiration to many youths to show them that anyone can achieve as long as they make the effort. That is also the same spirit that Belizean Olympian, [...]

UWI and Global Parish’s open mic night for poets

Rowan Garel and Kaina Martinez are two outstanding Belizeans that are motivating youths. The Global Parish Project, sponsored by the Central American Regional Security Initiative, is also honing the skills [...]

Conference of the Caribbean Association of Principals of Secondary Schools

The twenty-fourth biennial conference of the Caribbean Association of Principals of Secondary Schools started today with pomp and circumstance as delegations from across the Caribbean converged at the San Ignacio [...]

What does BAPPS think of IDB report on education in Belize?

Last week, we reported on an independent report commissioned by the Inter-American Development Bank that indicated that Belize’s education system is in a crisis. The report said that Belize is [...]

Weekend sporting highlights with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   If you thought5 the bitter rivalry between Belize Telemedia and Fresca Lady Rebels couldn’t get any hotter, well you’re [...]