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Woman Kills Son-in-Law in Self Defence

A sixty-two-year-old resident of Biscayne, Belize District was released this morning by the police following a bizarre case of domestic violence with a fatal outcome. Moszetta Reyes provided today vivid [...]

1 Man Injured in Ladyville Scuffle

Also along the Phillip Goldson Highway, mayhem outside of a local bar in Ladyville left one person injured during a scuffle involving five men over the weekend.  On Saturday night, [...]

Family Loses Everything after Home is Set on Fire

A single mother and her five children lost everything when a fire gutted their house in Scotland Halfmoon, Belize District. As they try to pick up the pieces to restore [...]

Belizean Law Student in Guyana Recovering from Gunshot Wounds

Thirty-one-year-old Glenfield Dennison, a Belizean law student in Guyana, has been taken off life-support after being shot multiple times in Georgetown on Thursday night. Dennison, who is presently attending the [...]

FECTAB Calls for Punishment in Paumen Affair

Today, FECTAB called a press conference to air concerns which they are facing in the industry, and called on government to hear them and act on a number of issues. [...]

Yhony Rosado Says G.O.B. Over-regulates Small Tour Operators

FECTAB member and tour operator Yhony Rosado says they deliberately waited until after elections to come public, since they didn’t want to be tarred with a political brush. Still, he [...]

FECTAB Will Stand Behind Stake Bank Project

FECTAB also weighed in on the situation surrounding the now halted Stake Bank project. Developer Mike Feinstein has requested exclusivity from Government or at the very least a tangible show [...]

Woman Assaulted by Ex-boyfriend

Victims of domestic abuse don’t normally go public about the violence. But tonight, Shawna Gillett, a single mother of four children, has come to the media to expose what she [...]

Career Criminal Shot by Fearful Homeowner

Career criminal Kareem Smith is tonight at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital recovering from multiple gunshot wounds. Smith, twenty-seven, was shot in the back, chest, neck and both hands by [...]

Mennonites Busted With Weed at Checkpoint

Four persons, two Americans and two Mennonites, of the Spanish Lookout area were busted on Sunday, inside a Toyota Four-Runner. They were found to be in possession of twelve point [...]

Guatemalan Questioned by Police in Swaney Murder Released

The Guatemalan fisherman found in the immediate vicinity when American Anne Swaney was killed is back in his home country, out of the reach of Belizean investigators. The executive producer [...]

COLA Calls on G.O.B. To Step Up in Czech National’s Detention

Martin Muzikant, a Czech national who also goes by the name Petr Maneth, is in trouble with the law tonight. Muzikant gained prominence when he was accused of an alleged [...]

Sports Council and B.D.F. Repairing Damaged MCC Football Field

A year and a half ago, the MCC Grounds in Belize City was closed to facilitate a much needed upgrade. The works were contracted out and scheduled to be completed [...]

New NSC Director Says Marion Jones Complex is a Priority

While we had the Sports Director in the hot seat, we also asked about the white elephant Marion Jones Sporting Complex. About the only thing sports-related at the facility are [...]

Julius Espat Says G.O.B. Slipping Down on Santander Land Situation

More than six months ago Santander and thirty-one farmers who had been involved in a lengthy dispute came to an agreement on a settlement. The farmers had no title to [...]

NCL Received 25 Year Exclusive Deal in the South

The Prime Minister and a delegation are now in Washington DC where they will be meeting high level officials of the U.S. Government on the correspondent banking issue. On Friday [...]

EU Donates to Fight to Preserve and Promote Children’s Rights

Creating an Enabling Environment at Community Level…It’s a project of the European Union and the United Nations Children’s Fund that promotes the rights, survival, development and protection of children. This [...]

RED Cops Meet and Greet in Neighborhood Chapel

Ladyville police took time off the streets briefly on Sunday and instead turned up mass this weekend at Our Lady of the Way Roman Catholic Church.  Officers attached to that [...]

Basketball, Football and Cycling Stats with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   The PLB closing season kicked off over the weekend with only 1 of the matches scheduled being staged. We [...]