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City’s Fifth Murder in 5 Days; Construction Worker Gunned Down on Dolphin Street

The unrelenting spate of gun violence in the Old Capital since last Saturday continues, as we open our newscast tonight with coverage of yet another murder.  On Wednesday evening, a [...]

City Resident Jose Zelaya Jr. Murdered in Corozal – But Who Did It?

Missing Belize City resident, Jose Zelaya Junior, was found dead on Wednesday afternoon in a cane field north of Calcutta Village. He had been missing for three days and his [...]

Robbery Likely Motive for Death of Carlton Moreira

Police are seeking two persons in connection with Wednesday afternoon’s murder of Carlton Moreira in an alley between Banak and Mayflower Streets. While the area is known for both external [...]

Gangs’ Net Ensnared Luis Carlos Moh

On Wednesday, alleged gang leader Nicoli Rhys appeared in court, charged with the murder of taxi operator Luis Carlos Moh, who was found near Homeland Memorial Park on Monday dead [...]

A ‘Comprehensive’ Sit-Out by Teachers over Final Grades

Teachers at the Belmopan Comprehensive High School are on a sit-out. Today when we travelled to Belmopan, we found most of them sitting out in the school compound and most [...]

Daron Gonzalez Charged for Hopkins Murder-Arson

Police have arrested and charged twenty-one-year-old Daron Gonzalez for the crimes of arson and murder. Twenty-four-year-old Jorge Magana was killed over the weekend inside Flomon’s Guesthouse, which was then set [...]

What Killed Rudolph Kelly?

Accident or murder? Police say it leans toward the former for now in the case of Rudolph Kelly, a landlord of Mile Eight on the George Price Highway who sustained [...]

4 Firearms Removed from Streets; Police Chasing Diamond Bar Robbers

Police on Wednesday removed four firearms off the street in a span of about eight hours, the last as a result of a robbery at a north side establishment. At [...]

Woman Corporal Charged with Stabbing Male Constable Partner

Woman Corporal of Police, Audrey Moody, faces charges of dangerous harm stemming from a domestic dispute at her home over the holiday weekend. The victim is a fellow officer and [...]

Maya Mopan Family Dispossessed

A family in Maya Mopan is without a home tonight after their home was dismantled by local authorities in Belmopan. The family says they have been left out in the [...]

Study for Northern Highway Rehabilitation

The Ministry of Works signed a two point one million dollar feasibility study and design contract for the upgrade of the Philip Goldson Highway.  The contract’s feasibility study and design [...]

2 Charged for Fishing Illegally in Marine Reserve

Two Guatemalan nationals were today arraigned in the Punta Gorda Magistrate’s Court for fisheries and immigration offences. The duo, Dalian Cruz and David Medina, was caught illegally fishing using a [...]

Venezuela Defends Election Results from Charges of Fraud

Nicolas Maduro remains president of Venezuela after securing a second term on Sunday with more than sixty-seven percent of the nine-million plus votes cast, compared to just under twenty-one percent [...]

How U.S.-Venezuela Battle is Affecting Belize’s Oil Supply

Castillo Pena railed at the international powers that have refused to recognize Venezuela’s electoral process, citing their own internal problems in response. He also noted that some of Venezuela’s allies, [...]

The Future of Petrocaribe in Belize

Despite his assurances that the Petrocaribe program would continue, Castillo Pena was not able to be pinned down on how the Belizean and Venezuelan governments would handle the ongoing issues. [...]

U.B. Launches Transformational Plan

The University of Belize has unveiled a new concept which will see the country’s national tertiary institution taking a transformational leap over the next six years.  Earlier today, UB introduced [...]

Barbadians Count Votes in General Election

Votes are being counted at this hour, two hours east of Belize on the island of Barbados, where voters went to the polls today to elect a new government. The [...]

Arthur Saldivar Hopes for Political Comeback in Belmopan

On July first the People’s United Party will select its standard bearer for Belmopan. Last week, we understand at least three persons submitted their application; those persons are Patrick Andrews, [...]

Healthy Living: Why You Should Come Out to Cancer Walk 2018!

The annual Belize Cancer Society awareness walk takes place this Saturday. It’s one of the largest activities executed by the N.G.O.  Although thousands are expected to participated, if you’re still [...]