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Murder in Mayflower: Did Sudden Riches Lead to Death of Carlton Moreira?

A father of two was gunned down in Belize City around one-fifteen this afternoon in the middle of a gang-ridden neighborhood. But the authorities and his family don’t have a [...]

Gangster Nicholi Rhys Charged with Murder of Taxi Man Luis Carlos Moh

Within hours of the murder of Luis Carlos Moh, taxi operator of the Kings’ Park area of Belize City at mile eight on the George Price Highway, police have made [...]

Final Appeal for Murdered Michelle Anderson; Family Seeks Help with Burial Expenses

While Belize City police are yet to make an arrest in the Monday morning execution of Michelle Anderson, the children of the slain fish cleaner are seeking public assistance in [...]

Rudolph Kelly Crashed on the Boulevard, but Was He Murdered Beforehand?

There was a fatal accident on Tuesday night at the intersections of Central American Boulevard and Mahogany Street.  Sometime before nine o’clock, Belize City police were called out to the [...]

Orange Walk’s Abimael Pott Takes Plea for Killing During Fight

He was originally charged, and subsequently convicted, of the murder of a teenager during a fight at a school in Orange Walk Town. However, he was ordered to stand trial [...]

Sharon Ferguson Sighted in City, but Looks in a Bad Way

Sharon Ferguson has been reported missing as of Tuesday afternoon although she has not been seen by her family since last week. But there have been several sightings since our [...]

Missing Jose Zelaya Found Dead in Calcutta, Corozal

The body of twenty-two-year-old Jose Zelaya was found in a cane field in Calcutta this earlier today, after reportedly attending a beach party in the Corozal District.  Zelaya was a [...]

Diaspora Belizeans Shut Out of Re-Registration over Residency

Chief Elections Officer Josephine Tamai appeared on this morning’s Open Your Eyes to discuss the upcoming re-registration process. The first and only re-registration of voters took place in 1997 and [...]

Guat-Belizeans Will Be Registered – but Immigration to Check Certificates

The express concern of those seizing on the re-registration process as a means of “cleaning up” the voters’ list is the presence of many persons of Guatemalan descent who claim [...]

Region One Commander Says Keep Calm on Murder Spate

Over the past week, several people have been murdered. Now, it is nothing new for Belize City, really, but for many these killings are worrying because most of the victims [...]

Bringing “Street Law” to the Youth

As Belizeans, we all play an important role in the framework of education and the development of our young people and adult learners. That’s the mission of a pilot group [...]

Cruel Hike in Gas Prices Coming Tonight

For a third time this month gas prices are seeing yet another increase at the fuel pumps.  Premium gasoline has gone up by thirty-one cents, from eleven dollars and thirty-six [...]

Belize’s Fire Chief Travels to U.S.

Fire Chief Ted Smith is presently away in the United States where he has visited with a pair of Belizean firemen studying in Virginia.  Patrick Parks and Johnny Cardenas are [...]

Celebrating Oil Moratorium – “Hands Across the Sand”

Over the weekend, on May nineteenth at noon, persons from communities and organizations across the country joined hands on beaches, across bridges, in conference rooms and along seawalls and other [...]

The ESRI User Conference Applies Science to Location

Every two years there is a gathering of Belizeans and international participants making use of geographic information systems technology under the aegis of its world-leading provider, ESRI, and its chief [...]

Honoring the “Flowers Bank Fourteen”

Next Friday, June first, marks not only the start of the hurricane season but an important milestone in Belizean history. On that date in 1797, the vote of twelve free [...]

Police Install New Booth on Barrack Road

Senior Superintendent Howell Gillett was on hand this afternoon to receive a brand new police booth on the north side. We met Gillett on Barrack Road where the police booth [...]

Defending the Community Policing Strategy

Earlier in the newscast, you heard Commander Howell Gillett speak briefly about the crime in the city.  While he has been on the Southside for less than three months, there [...]

Police Meet and Greet George Street Residents

This evening, officers attached to Precinct Two in Belize City took to the streets to meet with residents in the areas of Euphrates and Amara Avenues, as well as nearby [...]