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Customs broker, Stephen Kuylen Jr., is executed in Orange Walk

A vicious murder, the first for this year in Orange Walk, has left the community reeling and the family of the victim in deep shock. A young and well-known custom [...]

Formal investigation launched into alleged sexual misconduct of Dangriga teacher

A formal investigation has been launched into allegations of sexual misconduct made against a primary school teacher in Dangriga.  On Monday, we reported that a trio of girls, standard two [...]

Global Fantasies, promoting Belize as a haven for hedonism

It is no secret that Belize is a popular tourist destination among cruise and overnight visitors wanting to get away from the frigid winters of North America and Europe, to [...]

A huge GSU bust in More Tomorrow

The Gang Suppression Unit is reporting a major bust tonight about one mile on the More Tomorrow Road off the George Price Highway. Early this morning, the GSU says it [...]

Jury deliberates in the murder trial of Belmopan Mayor’s son, Aubrey Lopez

Up to news time, a jury is deliberating the fate of Paul Jex, accused of the murder of Aubrey Lopez, the son of Belmopan’s Mayor Simeon Lopez. Lopez was violently [...]

Mother of murdered Balona siblings claims she is in fear of her own life

On January nineteenth, nineteen year old Marlon Balona was found murdered in the community of La Gracia, and on Tuesday his brother, twenty-one year old Raulito, was shot to death [...]

Mayor Bradley says much headway in resolving dispute surrounding 26 fired employees

Following a weekend meeting between Mayor Darrell Bradley and CWU President Audrey Matura-Shepherd, it was revealed that much headway had been made in resolving the dispute surrounding twenty-six City Council [...]

City Council back in court for monies owed to Belize Waste Control

While he is involved in intense discussions with the Labour Commissioner and the CWU, the Mayor is also dealing with litigation with Belize Waste Control. In fact, Mayor Bradley was [...]

Municipal bond project close to an end; says Mayor Bradley

Following a prolonged period of intensive road-works in the city which resulted in equal parts appreciation and frustration, there has been a noticeable slowing down of infrastructural works. It’s probably [...]

Groundbreaking ceremony at Altun Ha to jumpstart infrastructure improvements

‘Making Tourism Benefit Communities Adjacent to Archaeological Sites’ is a local initiative spearheaded by National Institute of Culture and History and the Belize Tourism Board that is being supported by [...]

The 2014 Eco-Audit

The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, also known as the Great Mayan Reef, stretches over six hundred and twenty-one miles from the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula down to Belize, Guatemala [...]

Foreign Affairs, National Security and Agriculture Ministries meet with Guatemalan government

There was a high-level meeting held in Toledo on Tuesday, where officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Security and Agriculture met with representatives of the Guatemalan government.  The [...]

Fantasy 5! A humble family heads home with a hefty cheque

A family from the village of San Pablo in the Orange Walk district is a quarter-million dollars richer today. This morning cane-farmer Teodulo Marin and his wife Rosalia headed down [...]