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Franz Parke Resigns as Supreme Court Case Looms

There is major news of a judicial nature tonight. Just over two months after being sworn in, and one week before trial on a fixed date claim form concerning his [...]

What Happened to Cayo’s Victor Spain?

The west turned out to be the most violent area over the weekend. On Sunday afternoon, police were called out to a house in San Ignacio town where the decomposing [...]

Is Teakettle “Jose” a Robber or a Victim?

One man is dead following a shooting at the hands of the police. The victim is unidentified and had moved to the village of Teakettle about four months ago. But [...]

Person of Interest Being Sought in U.S. for Corozal Double Murder

According to People Magazine, U.S. police authorities have identified a possible person of interest in the United States as part of their investigation into the unsolved double slayings of American Drew DeVoursney [...]

Police Roughed Up Cayo Trio, Including B.D.F. Soldier, at Blue Angels

Allegations of police brutality popped up again over the weekend in the west, but tonight, the injured men have been charged and arraigned for wounding and aggravated assault.  Jeremy Gentle, [...]

Mom Says Police Acted Unprofessionally

Following their arraignment, the trio was given bail of two thousand dollars plus surety of the same amount. Jeremy’s mother, Winnel Harris, says that she was back and forth with [...]

Another Deadly Accident on Cayo Highway as Pre-Teen Dies

There were several accidents reported over the weekend, but a fatal RTA on Saturday claimed one life and left several others injured. Twelve-year-old Lelany Chan lost her life when a [...]

2 Years for Taxi Driver Who Molested Teenager

Taxi-driver, forty-four-year-old Nestor Gallindo was today sentenced to two years behind bars even as he maintained his innocence after he was found guilty of sexually assaulting a fifteen-year-old minor, who [...]

UHS and the P.U.P.’s Internal Turmoil

The unpaid UHS debt continues in the news following the announcement that parliament is not likely to vote to pay the loan note that goes back to 2004 and was [...]

N.T.U.C.B. Says Pay Up, in Installments

The Chamber of Commerce and the Belize National Teachers Union have come out in support of payment of ninety million dollars to the Belize Bank for Universal Health Services. Over [...]

Alleged Meeting with Lord Ashcroft is ‘Red Herring’

Last Wednesday, at a press conference to address the UHS debt, Prime Minister Barrow said that he had come into information from a trusted source that Lord Michael Ashcroft had [...]

AIDS Commission Honors ‘Unsung Heroes’

Turning to other issues….The National Aids Commission in commemoration of World Aids Day this past Friday hosted the first ever Red Ribbon Solidarity Day under the theme: “The Right to [...]

Third Time Lucky – Sergio Chuc Elected F.F.B. President

With fourteen votes of a possible twenty, Sergio Chuc is elected, along with running mate Cruz Gamez, to the presidency and vice presidency of the Football Federation of Belize respectively. [...]

Ruperto Vicente’s Mixed Legacy

Doctor Bertie Chimilio’s infamous humbling in elections at the hands of Ruperto Vicente in 2012 was expected to usher in a golden generation for football in Belize. And while Belize [...]

Shane Stands Up for the Players

Shane Moody-Orio, goalkeeper and long-standing national football hero, was elected in May 2016 during the disputed presidential election as a member of the Football Federation of Belize’s executive. Moody-Orio says [...]

Milt Palacio’s Belize Evens Score Versus Costa Rica at C.A. Games

Every four years, Central America’s top athletes gather to test themselves against each other in various sporting disciplines. The eleventh edition of the Central American Games kicked off on Sunday [...]

Special Olympics Goes on the Run

On Saturday morning, the Police Department along with sister enforcement agencies—such as the B.D.F. and the Coast Guard—embarked on a ‘Torch Run’ carrying the Flame of Hope. Over the course [...]

James Adderley Presents Weekend Sports

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