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3 men arraigned for murder of Harrison Smith

Three murders in three days…on Thursday, twenty-seven year old food vendor Gerald Palmer was shot and killed on Grants Alley by a lone gunman who opened fire on him during [...]

Lincoln “Corn” Sabido is waylaid and killed on Flamboyant Street

The weekend’s second murder took place on Saturday night. Another man, well-known to the law, who also twice beat the murder rap lost his life in a hail of bullets. [...]

Still no arrests in murder of food vendor, Gerald Palmer

As we said earlier in the newscast, twenty-seven-year-old Gerald Palmer, a food vendor of Belize City, was shot and killed on Thursday night during a nationwide power outage.  He was [...]

Teakettle man loses his left hand in a chopping incident

There was more violence over the weekend. A vicious chopping incident in Teakettle Village on Saturday evening has left one man short of a left hand.  Twenty-four-year-old Aldo Moro was [...]

21 year old loses finger in machete assault

  Later that night, twenty-one-year-old Edel Diaz, a resident of Salvapan, lost his left index finger when he was also attacked by a machete-wielding assailant.  Diaz, who works as a [...]

Update on San Valentin where armed Guatemalans threatened B.D.F. soldiers

On Friday, the nation was shocked and outraged at the news that a gang of armed Guatemalan civilians came across the border and confronted BDF personnel. The incident happened at [...]

P.U.P. Leader speaks on Guatemalan-built military facility on Hunting Caye

The Coast Guard’s Forward Operating Base, located on Hunting Caye, remains a point of much contention. Last week, the news broke that the base, funded by the US, is being [...]

Charges dropped against more BML workers

A flood mitigation project is being funded by the Inter-American Development Bank, which is a good thing because the City Council seems to be chronically cash-strapped. A significant portion of [...]

Teacher stabs ex-common-law wife multiple times before taking his life

A terrible domestic tragedy in the quiet village of Seine Bight has left a woman clinging to life, while the man who viciously stabbed her took his own life. At [...]

16 year old girl reportedly raped in the city

From the south to the city where a young girl is claiming she was raped. The sixteen year old minor of Belize City reported to police last Friday that while [...]

Businessman robbed by a gang of 8 men

Belizean businessman, Ignacio Villanueva, was attacked on Sunday by a gang of eight men. Villanueva was on Wagner’s Lane shortly before midnight, when he was targeted. The fifty-one year old [...]

$20 Million project launched to address flooding in the city

This morning, the Belize City Council broke ground on a twenty-million dollar project designed to relieve the perpetual problem of flooding in Belize City. It’s called the Flood Mitigation Infrastructure [...]

An art exhibition created by primary school students

Fifty-five primary school students took part this summer in an art program sponsored by the Taiwanese Embassy and the National Institute of Culture and History. The arts program is taught [...]

Jalacte: a look back at the incursions 10 years ago

Jalacte is a remote southern community in the Toledo District and, for many years, was off the beaten path for most Belizeans.  While its inaccessibility placed it out of reach [...]

Sports Monday with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   The 24th Women’s National Softball Championship reigned supreme insdie Roger’s Stadium yesterday. 7 teams had started the campaign but [...]