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“Bouncer” Gunned Down At Wake In Ladyville

Early on Friday morning, the body of a watchman was found at his workplace in Ladyville, Belize District. He had been strangled to death but neither family members nor the [...]

Double Homicide in Teakettle: One Shot, Another Hacked to Death

The peace and quiet of Teakettle Village was shattered by the news of a double murder. Two American nationals were killed in what seems a senseless act of violence. A [...]

Roaring Creek Family Waylaid, Wife Killed in Fatal Attack

The other murder victim is a Camalote resident who was killed after a lone-gunman fired several bullets at the vehicle she was travelling in around five thirty on Sunday evening. [...]

Unknown Assailant Opens Fire on Vehicle Near Monkey River

And one more story on the weekend’s gun violence. A vehicle carrying several men returning to Monkey River Village on Sunday, after an evening of socializing at a football game [...]

Near-Fatal Traffic Mishap on Phillip Goldson Results in Multiple Injuries

A near-fatal road traffic accident on Sunday evening, has left several persons critically injured.  The men were traveling along the Phillip Goldson Highway in a grey Toyota pickup in the [...]

Lusby Martinez Acquitted of 2009 Murder

When we closed our newscast on Friday, a jury was still deliberating in the murder trial of Lusby Martinez who was facing charges for the grenade attack in which fourteen [...]

Deliveryman Arraigned for Kissing Male Minor

A young boy under the age of sixteen years claims that he was sexually molested back in December 2014 by a man well known to him and his family.   Today, [...]

Chamber of Commerce on Petrocaribe Loans Act

The Belize Chamber of Commerce has taken a position in respect of the Petrocaribe Loans Act which is in line with the pronouncement of the unions and the P.U.P. as [...]

More on the Special Agreement Amendment with Foreign Minister Elrington

This past Sunday, the Foreign Minister of Guatemala, Carlos Raul Moralez was in Belize.  The visit coincides with the signing of an amendment to the 2008 compris, which is now [...]

What Happens Should Guatemala Vote Yes to ICJ Resolution?

As it stands, the political situation in Guatemala remains unstable. This past Saturday, thousands protested against acts of corruption, demanding jail time for those who are guilty.  The masses are [...]

Territorial Volunteers Treks West to Garbutt Falls

On Sunday the Belize Territorial Volunteers made one of its regular treks to Belize’s border monuments, this time at Garbutt Falls in Benque Viejo del Carmen. It was the largest [...]

SICB Suspends Restructuring of Quotas, Sugar Crisis Averted

A potential crisis in the sugar industry was narrowly averted when late this evening the Sugar Industry Control Board voted to suspend the decision to restructure quotas. That decision, made [...]

Was Munchie Cervantes’s Vehicle Used By Caneros in Arson of Cane Fields?

Also up north two men are in custody tonight because police suspect they burned cane fields belonging to American Sugar Refinery, and fired at ASR Security personnel who caught them [...]

Sports Monday with James Adderley

Good evening I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The long awaited Game two in the PLB Championship teaser was staged inside the Norman Broaster Stadium as the host [...]