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Felicia Chen gets 8 years in prison for drowning her 3 children at Belizean Beach

On Saturday, April twenty-seventh, 2013, a young mother exited a bus at the mile four checkpoint, walked her four small children into the sea at Belizean Beach and held three [...]

59 year old man is senselessly murdered while playing dominoes

There was one murder over the weekend and the victim lost his life senselessly. Fifty-nine year old Julio Mendoza was hanging out on Raccoon Street Extension, as he routinely did, [...]

Cashier at Publics is shot during a brazen robbery

Police are looking for two persons in connection with a broad daylight robbery which turned near fatal for a cashier of Publics on East Canal on Sunday. Just before eleven [...]

Interpol asking pointed questions about C.E.O. of CYNK

Interpol and federal agencies are asking very pointed questions about Belizean Javier Romero; the President, C.E.O., Secretary, Treasurer and Director of Cynk Technologies…a five billion dollar social networking company – [...]

PM out of country for medical treatment

The Office of the Prime Minister announced earlier today that the PM Dean Barrow left the country on Sunday for medical attention. He is scheduled to return on Wednesday from [...]

Residents mount impromptu demonstration over water in Santa Familia

San Ignacio Police had to be called in to keep the peace in the small community of Santa Familia on Sunday, as villagers massed near the community centre. They’re concerned [...]

B.D.F. soldiers back on city streets to curb crime

While several persons have been detained for questioning in reference to the murders and shootings that occurred in the past week, there have been no charges levied against anyone. The [...]

4 Guatemalan farmers caught gold panning

A delegation of Guatemalan parliamentarians was in the country last week visiting the Chiquibul. But on the heels of the visit, the Prensa Libre is reporting that four residents of [...]

Dezerie Phillips is the new Commander of Eastern Division

Among the few women to rise to the top of the force is Dezerie Phillips. The department announced today that the Senior Superintendent of Police, with effect July third, is [...]

Jaime Awe stepping down as Director of the Institute of Archaeology

Renowned Belizean archaeologist Doctor Jaime Awe is stepping down from his post as Director of the Institute of Archaeology, a distinguished title he has held for almost fifteen years.  As [...]

2 men committed to stand trial for unnatural crimes

Two men, who were unrepresented at their Preliminary Inquiry, will have to answer to indictable offenses at the Supreme Court. They are seventy-one year old David Popper, a resident of [...]

18 year old charged for the attempted murder of Shawn Fisher

Police have also arrested eighteen year old Tevin Palmer of Belize City and charged him with the attempted murder of Shawn Fisher. Today, Palmer appeared before Senior Magistrate Sharon Frazer [...]

2 fatal accidents over the weekend

There are two fatal traffic accidents to report tonight. The first fatality occurred on Friday night in Esperanza Village, Cayo District.  Thirty-five year old William Lopez was riding his bicycle [...]

A state funeral for deceased Ambassador Fred Martinez

A state funeral was held on Saturday afternoon for Ambassador Fred Martinez who died on Wednesday morning in a Guatemala hospital. Martinez served in Guatemala for ten years and was [...]

Occupy Belmopan takes Belize City condemning Foreign Minister

Occupy Belmopan, an initiative led by activist Patrick Menzies, began in the nation’s capital several weeks ago.  The peaceful protest at the foot of the Assembly Building, involving a group [...]

Artists stage creative interventions at Noh Mul

The case against U.D.P. standard bearer Denny Grijalva and others was adjourned again today in the Corozal Magistrate’s Court. Grijalva is being charged in connection with the destruction of Noh [...]

Blackout in Belmopan

Belmopan fell into darkness and a number of government offices as well as companies had to curtail business because of a blackout that continued throughout the day.  The government owned [...]

Weekend sport highlights with Kaya Cattouse

In football news, the Smart Mundialito Semi-finals were played on Saturday. In the first game, City Boys defeated Brown Bombers in sudden death penalty kicks…Cyril Jones of City Boys scored [...]