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A look at the possible motive for Joseph Sanchez’s murder

Police have reviewed video surveillance of the murder of eighteen year old cross dresser, Joseph Sanchez, but there are no arrests so far even though police believe the motive is [...]

Mother and daughter attacked by four armed men in a scary home invasion

Elizabeth Artiga and her mother, Maria Elisa Artiga, locked up their small grocery shop on the Palmar Boundary Road in Orange Walk Town and headed home on Friday night. It [...]

Belize City Mayor goes public over land dispute in Caribbean Shores

A storm has been brewing since last year over a parcel of prime seafront property in the Caribbean Shores Area. Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley says that the Council has [...]

Ministry of Health to hold press conference on results of suspected H1N1 cases

The Ministry of Health will be hosting a press briefing on Wednesday in which it will be releasing the results and the management of the recent H-one N-one Influenza cases [...]

Do you support action of teachers to march and rally for salary and national affairs?

And our question for tonight is: Do you support the actions of teachers to march and rally for salary and national affairs? Yes or No. Send your comments and responses [...]

Caneros prepare for cane delivery on Monday

The sugar-cane standoff is officially at an end. Late Monday evening representatives of both the B.S.C.F.A. and B.S.I. met in Orange Walk and signed a seven point interim agreement. That [...]

…But sugar roads impassable

The critical necessity of government’s intervention where sugar roads are concerned cannot be understated at this point. Now that the signing is done, the cane-farmers need to get their product [...]

2 Indian nationals to be deported for illegal entry

Two brothers who claim they fled from their country, India, due to threats to their lives were caught illegally in Belize. They are thirty-one year old Kuldeep Singh, and his [...]

P.M. promises infrastructure developments in Cayo Northeast from PetroCaribe funds

In mid-October of last year, while encouraging voters of Cayo Northeast to abstain from signing the Penner recall petition, Prime Minister Dean Barrow promised residents that government would spend millions [...]

…But PetroCaribe agreement forbids use of funds for salary adjustments

On Monday, the prime minister called in to the media to explain the context in which he made the statement.  PM Barrow says that the terms of the PetroCaribe agreement [...]

Multiple oil spills in Trinidad trigger concerns of environmental organization

Over the past two weeks there have been as many as eleven reported oil spills off the coast of Trinidad.  While efforts are underway to clean up the discharge, residents [...]

Guatemalan Minister of the Interior confirms arrest of a Guatemalan drug lord in Belize

We reported on Monday, that Guatemalan authorities have arrested as many as thirty seven persons involved in a contraband ring which transported liquor, cigarettes, corn and lumber. An operation was [...]

Guatemalan Minister of the Interior confirms arrest of a drug lord in Belize

There is also further information on the reported arrest of alleged drug baron, Eribel Adolfo Rodriguez Barrientos. Rodriguez, according to the Guatemalan Minister of the Interior, was arrested in Belize [...]

City Council launches its online license services

Motorists whose drivers’ licenses are in need of renewal are now able to do so electronically, thanks to the efforts of the Belize City Council to automate the application and [...]

Belmopan Teacher wins 2012 Great Wall Wingle from Courts

A teacher from Belmopan is the winner of a 2012 Great Wall Wingle courtesy of Courts Belize. The raffle was launched back on November eighth and ended on December thirty-first. [...]