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4 Murders in 3 Days; Deliveryman Shot Down Near Family Home

There were four murders between Friday night and Monday morning in San Pedro, Orange Walk, Benque and in Belize City. The carnage started early on Friday night here in the [...]

In Orange Walk, Son Sacrifices Life for Mom

Minutes later in Orange Walk, a businessman was murdered in front of his business on Friday night. Thirty-seven-year-old Amit Moryani was inside his store when he saw two men assaulting [...]

Motive in Death of German on Ambergris Caye Unknown

Two of the four murders were simultaneously recorded around seven o’clock this morning by investigators in San Pedro Town and Benque Viejo del Carmen, hours before the scheduled police press [...]

Teenager Executed on Farm outside Benque

The fourth murder victim is an eighteen-year-old recent graduate of Mopan Technical High School, who was also found dead this morning on a farm in Benque Viejo Del Carmen. Police [...]

American Tourists Drown in Hopkins and Placencia

There was further loss of life over the weekend. Two American senior citizen tourists apparently drowned in separate incidents between Friday and Saturday. The incidents took place in the beach [...]

P.U.P. Names Belize City Slate, Hope for “Re-Birth”

The People’s United Party on Saturday evening presented its team of eleven aspirants for the Belize City Council, which it has not controlled since 2006.  The team consists of first [...]

Kareem Says P.M. Should Pay for B.T.L.

The settlement of the acquisition of Belize Telemedia Limited and related concerns twice over by the Government of Belize between 2009 and 2011 remains a burr in the saddle of [...]

Cordel: Civic is for Belize City, Not U.D.P.

Thirty-two million dollars later – though in many quarters that figure is far more – the Belize Civic Center on Central American Boulevard is scheduled to be opened early in [...]

Money in Minutes: Corozal Western Union Robbed

Up north, Corozal is experiencing a spike in burglaries and robberies. A robber made off with ten thousand dollars from the Western Union outlet in Corozal Town around nine this [...]

Conway Murphy Charged in Ladyville Accident

Irish national, thirty-six-year-old Conway Murphy was today arraigned in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court for last Friday’s horrific traffic accident at mile eight on the Phillip Goldson Highway. Murphy was [...]

‘Belice’ es de Guatemala?

News reports say that Guatemala will be reintroducing Belize as part of its official map. This is to take place due to an awareness campaign that is being undertaken in [...]

Evangelicals Tell A.G. to Back Up ‘Venomous’ Words

On Friday, Attorney General Michael Peyrefitte took square aim at the church and fired off a salvo of very harsh criticisms, chiding the religious community for its tardy objection to [...]

Marijuana-Loving Minors to be Counseled

The topic of marijuana possession and consumption, in the days following the decriminalization of a small handful, remains at the center of public discourse simply because there are still more [...]

Police Legal Advisor Embarks on Information Campaign

While the public continues to ask questions, a countrywide education campaign is being held within the Belize Police Department to inform officers of the new law and its parameters.  According [...]

New Wheels for the Cops

One of four murders over the weekend occurred in the Old Capital; and even though the loss of one life is too much, the murder did not occur within any [...]

Honest Traders Mean Lower Prices on Shelves

The World Customs Organization and the Government of Sweden are funding a five-day consultative workshop and national training on the National Committees of Trade Facilitation. In February, the World Trade [...]

James Adderley has Sports Monday

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of weekend sporting activities….]