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4 year old Treshawn Goff is silenced, and nobody knows why

A young boy, a student of the Port Loyola Pre-school, did not live to see his fifth birthday. Before eight o’clock on Monday night he became the latest victim of [...]

Four of nation’s youngest dead in two weeks; many more scarred

It has been a deadly child Stimulation Month so far in which two children lost their young lives in violent and despicable circumstances. Before that, two others perished in gun [...]

Charges pending for Everal Martinez, but lawyer says he’s not afraid

While freshly outraged by the death of Treshawn Goff, Belizeans are still thinking and talking about the tragedy of Allyssa Nunez of Maskall Village. She was sexually assaulted and sustained [...]

P.U.P. says no to election boycott as Opposition Leader tackles crime

Voters go to the polls in a matter of hours, but the national consciousness of the people is also focusing on the violent deaths of children. Around midday today, the [...]

Despite mockery, John Briceño maintains bipartisan approach is needed

Briceño’s youngest son is fourteen; he says he fully understands the pain of the families who have lost their children and others to violence. And despite the doubling of boots [...]

Lands takes away Derick Garcia’s Ambergris property while he’s out of town

In addition to the recent revelations of massive land compensation to connected government supporters revealed in the past few days, there are ordinary Belizeans still complaining about the shady dealings [...]

More members of Montero family got compensation; Finance and Lands equally guilty

Andre Vega, the son of former Lands Minister Gaspar Vega and Sharon Pitts were taken to court for the return of over four hundred thousand dollars given to them as [...]

On the eve, fire engines come out for U.D.P. in P.G.

On this eve of municipal elections, attention is once again being drawn to allegation of the misuse of government resources to support the ruling political party. On Monday night in [...]

Where have you gone, Godwin Hulse?

Minister Godwin Hulse has been pretty much silent in the past months. But last week the unassigned U.D.P. caretaker for the Fort George constituency was on the campaign trail with [...]

Nolle prosequi stalls attempted murder case

Crown prosecutors say they have insufficient evidence to try Mason Patnett in the attempted murder of Marvin Bull, who has been missing since 2014. They entered a motion of nolle [...]

After delays, appeal against Araceli Cahueque comes to court

The Court of Appeal has been considering the appeal of the Crown against Aracely Cahueque since 2016. She is the former Corozal resident and former beauty queen accused of abetment [...]

What do the people say about Election Day?

Voting starts at seven o’clock across the country on Wednesday morning. Thousands of registered voters will cast their votes to determine the sixty-seven candidates that will lead the two city [...]

P.U.P. says it’s time to vote – U.D.P. out?

At his press conference today, Briceño made a last appeal to voters to exercise their constitutional rights to determine the leaders of the towns and city councils across the nation. [...]

Police will keep the peace at the polls

The complement of the Belize Police Department will be deployed into the streets of Belize City, as well as other municipalities across the country tonight, in anticipation of the opening [...]

SMART donates to Hand in Hand Ministries

Hand in Hand Ministries received a fifteen thousand dollar cheque from Smart today. The donation will be used to cover operations cost for the outreach program of the non-profit organization [...]

One step closer to end of UNIBAM appeal

The appeal of the Section fifty-three case decided in the Supreme Court in August, 2016 is before the Court of Appeal. On one side is Caleb Orozco, Executive Director of [...]

Unraveling the mystery of ‘cancer healer’ Mary Jewell

On Monday, we reported on a woman who is operating as a healthcare practitioner in northern Belize without a license. The British woman, identified as Amanda Mary Jewell, according to [...]