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Chicken Dread and Dougie Bury the Hatchet…

A politically charged fracas that ensued outside of a popular Belize City nightclub on Sunday morning between two political opponents has been settled.  Footage of the disturbance outside of Sit [...]

…But, Will Douglas Grant Still be Charged for Firearm Offense?

The complaint by Ferguson was withdrawn on Tuesday evening after he agreed with Grant not to proceed with the criminal matter. This afternoon, ACP Chester Williams explained the possible scenarios. [...]

What is the Fate Press Office Director Dorian Pakeman?

There is another case involving another political operative. It involves Dorian Pakeman, the Director of the Government’s Press Office. Pakeman hit and killed Gardenia resident, Dean Dawson.  Pakeman was driving [...]

A Cop is Detained in Jeon Peebles’ Murder

A cop is tonight in custody of his colleagues in connection with the execution style murder of Belize City resident Jeon Peebles. The twenty-five year old father of one was [...]

Police Won’t Confirm Arson in Tragic Death of Kaylee Alvarez

Police are no closer to determining the cause of the fire that claimed the life of two year old Kaylee Alvarez last Thursday in the Conch Shell Bay Area. As [...]

Belize City Motorist Succumbs to Fatal Traffic Accident One Week Later

The family of thirty-eight-year-old Rafael Marin is tonight mourning his untimely death following a traffic accident last Thursday night. The father of two was knocked down by a motorcycle in [...]

Javier Chan Perishes in RTA in Corozal Town

There is another traffic fatality. Police are investigating a traffic accident on Tuesday night in Corozal Town that claimed the life of twenty-two year old Javier Luis Chan. According to [...]

OCEANA Hosts Seismic Consultations in Belize City

There does not appear to be much of a debate on the issue of seismic testing in Belize’s offshore waters – at least, not if you ask the environmentalists, who [...]

OCEANA VP Says Legislation for Moratorium is a Firmer Option

As we reported, the Cabinet met last week to consider the plans for legislating the moratorium on activities related to offshore exploration for petroleum and conditions for lifting that moratorium. [...]

TGS and Its Relationship with G.O.B. Goes Back Years

For many, the company conducting the testing, TGS, came out of nowhere. But OCEANA’s Janelle Chanona reported that its relationship with the Government has been long-standing and it is clear [...]

Bradley Paumen and Michael Modiri: Unresolved Land Dispute

Businessman Michael Modiri and tourism stakeholder Bradley Paumen share a history of enmity over access to private lands in Franks Eddy Village.  Earlier this year, Paumen, along with several others, [...]

Public Health Department Cracks Down on Rodent Infested Belmopan Restaurant

The Ministry of Health has responded to concerns raised on social media about Chen’s Restaurant, an establishment in the Water Reservoir Area of Belmopan. Patrons and residents of the area [...]

Justin Hyde to Stand Trial for Attempted Murder

Twenty-one-year-old Justin Hyde, the man accused of shooting up his neighbour’s house in Belize City, will have to stand trial at the Supreme Court for two counts of attempted murder. [...]

Phillip Willoughby Opens Up About Beef with Raymond Rivers

Last Wednesday, Assistant Commissioner of Police Chester Williams openly invited Raymond Rivers to a sit-down at the Raccoon Street Police Station, following a series of inflammatory social media posts made [...]

Hurricane Victims Receive NEMO Assistance Following Overnight Downpour

Hurricane Earl struck Belize on August third causing substantive damages to properties in the city and elsewhere. And despite all efforts to bring relief to families affected, many are still [...]

NEMO Hurricane Assistance Program Broken Down

Since embarking upon its Hurricane Earl relief initiative, NEMO has been criticized by residents who have been affected by the natural disaster and have not been visited by ministry personnel.  [...]

Chester Explains His Absence from Eastern Division North Activities

On Tuesday night, we showed you the opening of a training facility at the Eastern Division North. And noticeably absent was top cop Chester Williams. At today’s weekly meet and [...]

Meet and Greet on Albert Street

As we said, we caught up with Commander of the Eastern Division South Chester Williams and his officers on their weekly meet and greet in Precinct One in the downtown [...]

Belize City Police Mediate with Rival Gangs

In recent weeks, there has been a spate of shootings and murders across the city. It is believed that these have resulted from turf wars on the south side, namely [...]

Louisiana National Guard and B.D.F. Celebrate 20 Years of Partnership

On Tuesday, the Belize Defence Force and the Louisiana National Guard reached a milestone in their state partnership program. It has been twenty years since Louisiana and Belize have been [...]

GISCAD in Belize; Hosts Geospatial Conference

Advantage, Trimble, Digital Globe, AutoDesk, SCI are geospatial engineering companies that provide top of the line tracking hardware and software to public and private sector companies for cross-effective solutions. Through [...]