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Tragedy at Sea: Kayak Capsizes off the Coast of San Pedro

There was a dramatic rescue on the high seas by the Belize Coastguard of one of three persons who set out to fish on Monday. A second person was rescued [...]

Hunting Caye F.O.B. Construction Poses No Threat to National Security

Construction of a Coast Guard forward operating base on Hunting Caye was brought to an abrupt close last week after a stop order issued by the US Southern Command. That [...]

Coast Guard Commander on Employment Status of Guatemalan Workers

That, relatively speaking, takes care of the substantive matter of the forward operating base, but there are other serious issues – like the immigration and work status of those Guatemalan [...]

Are Unwelcome Visitors Reconnoitering Conservation Post in Chiquibul?

Another issue that has remained in the headlines is the execution-style murder of Danny Conorquie at the Caracol Archaeological Site, inside the Chiquibul National Park. The BDF says that groups [...]

Belize-Guatemala Joint Commission Meets in Guatemala City to Discuss Security Issues

The government also announced today that a Belizean delegation led by CEO Alexis Rosado traveled to Guatemala City last Friday where the Belize-Guatemala Joint Commission convened a meeting to discuss [...]

Was GSU Boss Involved in Human Smuggling Attempt?

Early this morning the GSU called the media to a press briefing at Raccoon Street, hosted by no other than Inspector Mark Flowers. As usual, he had quite a lot [...]

Ghost Town Overlord Roger Anthony Renounces Thug Life

He hasn’t been in charge of the Gang Suppression Unit for long, but he’s racked up quite a record. A lot of people would say that’s not a good thing [...]

Former Gang Leader Finds God and Family

o what has brought about this remarkable change in a man who has been linked to many acts of violence crime and even murder? Well as clichéd as it may [...]

Jose Luis Umana Executed in Belize City

There were two murders in the Belize District this weekend, one out west and one down south. We start with a murder on Saturday night at the corner of New [...]

Stabbing Incident in Ladyville Claims the Life of Brandon Flowers

The second murder happened in Ladyville at around three am Sunday morning. There are reports that twenty-one year old Brandon Flowers was partying at a club in the community when [...]

Teakettle Duo Charged for Unitedville Murder

In the west another man was killed when he was stabbed to death. Tonight a pair of Teakettle men is on remand at the Belize Central Prison, following the Friday [...]

Bullet-riddled Body of Independence Woman Discovered

The weekend’s fourth murder occurred in the South where Independence police are investigating an apparent case of homicide, following the discovery of the lifeless body of a woman in that [...]

Six-year-old Perishes in Spanish Lookout Mishap

A six year old boy from Spanish Lookout also tragically lost his life over the weekend. Elam Penner was along with his father and siblings when he perished at about [...]

Third Person Charged for A&R Heist

Belize City police have arrested and charged another suspect for the armed robbery of A and R store which occurred back on twentieth August.  During the heist, robbers made off [...]

GSU Mark Flowers Addresses Allegations of Police Brutality

Two weeks ago, mechanic Allan McCoy claimed that members of the Gang Suppression Unit, including Inspector Mark Flowers, worked him over as he headed home from a club. Just minutes [...]

Will Allan McCoy Be Charged After Allegedly Being Beaten Up By GSU?

Flowers today made much of the Ombudsman’s report, but made no mention of the Police report. That report, made by McCoy to the Professional Standards Bureau, does make very specific [...]

Another Hilux Stolen in Belmopan

Vehicles belonging to the Mayor of Belmopan and the Ministry of Health are among six vehicles to be stolen and not recovered from the Belmopan area. Over the weekend, another [...]

Mark Flowers Goes In on the Media Once Again

And we end our coverage of GSU Head Mark Flowers tonight with a quite remarkable rant. We’re not sure what to make of it, to be honest. He attacks certain [...]

EU to Lift Fisheries Ban on Belize

There is some good news coming out the European Commission. In March this year, the EC imposed restrictions on Belize and other countries for not doing enough to combat illegal [...]

Well-Known Belizean Businessman Karl H. Menzies Passes Away

And this news well known businessman Karl H. Menzies whose reputable business on Barrack Road carries his name passed away on Saturday October eleventh. A mass in celebration of his [...]

Weekend Sporting Events with James Adderley

Good evening I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The Cayo first division football competition is heating up so we took on Saturday’s big time matchup inside the Norman [...]