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Well-known body-works man dies; is it murder?

A well-known Belize City body-works man died on Monday night. Don Tillett took his last breath in an ambulance as he was being rushed to the K.H.M.H. after he collapsed [...]

Family thinks the K.H.M.H. is responsible for the death of Tillett

The post-mortem examination may reveal that Tillett died as a result of the head wound he suffered on New Year’s Day…or as a consequence of his heart condition, related or [...]

Home of an elderly couple riddled with buletts

Tonight there are very reliable indicators of a possible resurgence of the bloody gang warfare which marked Belize City as a danger zone. Things had cooled off noticeably since the [...]

Do you think the rejection of the recall of Penner is legitimate?

And our question for tonight is: Do you think that the rejection of the recall of Elvin Penner is legitimate? Yes or No? Send your comments and responses using your [...]

Five people die from Leptospirosis, is the Ministry of Health launching an investigation?

Tonight there are unconfirmed reports that the Ministry of Health has launched an investigation into five deaths, allegedly caused by an infectious bacterial disease known as leptospirosis. Lepto occurs in [...]

B.N.T.U. not happy with the PM’s back and forth on dates for salary adjustment

On Monday, the Belize National Teachers Union indicated that in 2014 it will be upping its profile in a slew of national issues. And during a fiery press conference, the [...]

Palacio says unions are still in negotiations with the P.M.

According to the B.N.T.U. president Luke Palacio, they, along with the Association Public Service Senior Officers and the Public Service Union, remain in negotiation with the Government of Belize and [...]

Cane Farmers hoping to sign an agreement with B.S.I. on Wednesday

The BSCFA and B.S.I. will go back to the negotiating table in Orange Walk on Wednesday afternoon. With one week to go before the imposed deadline of January fifteenth, time [...]

Haitian busted with Fake Visa

The findings of the immigration scandal have still not been revealed but tonight we can report that a Haitian national was busted on Monday with a fake visa issued as [...]

Ryan Gillett charged with attempted murder of Boom resident

A man from Burrell Boom has been charged for the shooting of another Boom resident. Adrian Myvette was shot at the entrance of the horse track in Burrell Boom over [...]

Belizean citizen asks to revisit Gun Law

Official statistics on violent crimes in Belize have yet to be released, but at least where murders are concerned, there has been a dramatic decrease. Police attribute a large part [...]

M.C.C. Grounds closed for much needed repairs

There is unease tonight in the football community over the closure of the M.C.C. Ground. The field was abruptly closed for renovation at an inopportune time for the Premier League [...]

Dismantlement of City Center 75% complete

The dismantlement of the Belize City Center is nearing completion, after three months of diligent work by the company assigned to take down the structure.  The project commenced at the [...]

Red Cross launches appeal for assistance for flood victims in the Caribbean

Relief efforts, in the form of cash donations, are underway locally to assist victims of deadly rains and floods that washed over several islands within the Eastern Caribbean on Christmas [...]