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Noel Leal Jr. Executed in Mahogany Heights Community

The son of Assistant Commissioner of Police, Noel Leal Junior, was executed and his Ladyville house ransacked likely by his killer over the weekend. Leal Junior was shot once to [...]

Gunman Shoots Raffle-man; Special Constable Shoots Alleged Gunman

Tonight, Kevin Thomas, a popular raffle man, is fighting to stay alive at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital having undergone various rounds of surgery. Thomas was shot multiple times on [...]

Who Shot Elroy Saldano on Haulze Street?

Prior to the shooting of Kevin Thomas, there was another act of gun violence over the extended weekend. Around one-thirty on Monday afternoon, in the vicinity of Belize Water Services [...]

Guatemalan Cops Busted with Uzi in Benque Free Zone

A pair of Guatemalan lawmen is in hot water for having crossed over into Belizean territory over the weekend with a concealed weapon inside their vehicle.  Police officers Juan Garcia [...]

P.U.P. Leader Explains Why Meeting with Southern Caucus was Cancelled

Turning to political news…In August, the People’s United Party’s Southern Caucus announced that it will vote against taking the Belize/Guatemala dispute for resolution to the International Court of Justice. The [...]

Opposition Leader to Embark in I.C.J. Referendum Listening Tour

As of next week, P.U.P. Leader John Briceño will embark on a nationwide ‘listening’ tour. It’s his way of getting to know how the party’s standard bearers, area representatives, and [...]

Should Assad Shoman Lead I.C.J. Referendum Campaign?

Foreign Affairs Minister, Wilfred Elrington, has come under heavy criticism for the nature of the ministry’s I.C.J. Referendum Campaign.   On April tenth, 2019 voters will head to the polls and [...]

U.D.P. Edmond Castro Speaks on I.C.J. Referendum

While there is a chorus for a ‘YES’ vote in line with the Prime Minister’s position, we did find today an elected representative who hasn’t made up his mind.  Whne [...]

P.U.P. Belize Rural South Standard Bearer Sworn In

The People’s United Part endorsed Andre Perez as the Standard Bearer for Belize Rural South.  On Saturday, party supporters of the Belize Rural South constituency gathered at the Saca Chispas [...]

Belize City Man Plunges Into River and Dies

There was loss of life due to an accident over the extended weekend. A fifty-three-year-old Belize City resident died after the Ford Ranger pickup truck he was driving plunged into [...]

Corozal Police Investigate Drowning of American Retiree

An American ex-pat died inside a swimming pool at her home on Saturday night in Consejo, Corozal District.  Forty-nine-year-old Claire Elizabeth Rigdon was found floating in the pool by her [...]

A German National is Raped and Robbed in Cayo District, One Man is Detained

Thirty-one-year-old Sharn Vanegas has been arrested and charged for the rape of a German national who reported to police that she was sexually assaulted by a pair of men with [...]

Main Witness Not Cooperating with Police in OW Murder Investigation

Orange Police are making some progress in the murder of twenty-one-year-old Jose “Duffy” Medina. He was fatally shot last week Thursday while he was on an alley off Mahogany Street [...]

Fire Destroys Home in the City

There was a fire in the city on Saturday night. The blaze destroyed a small, wooden home that was occupied by two persons. When fire officials arrived on the scene, [...]

Audubon’s Small Grants for Chunox Fisherfolk

In 2012, the Belize Audubon Society awarded the first of its small grants to fisherfolk to support income diversification in northern fishing villages like Chunox, Copper Bank and Sarteneja.  To [...]

A Visitor’s Centre is Installed at the Uxbenka Archaeological Site

In 2015, there was huge controversy when a section of a mound at the Uxbenka Archaeological Site was cleared by Rupert Myles, a resident of Santa Cruz Village. Because the [...]

WiMAC Conference Kicks Off In Belize City

A regional conference aimed at empowering women in the maritime sector began today in Belize City. Representatives of sixteen Caribbean nations are participating in the third annual Women in Maritime [...]

Danielly Tillett Still Missing from Home in August Pine Ridge

Fourteen-year-old Danielly Tillett left her home in August Pine Ridge en route to a nearby shop on September twenty-fourth and has not been seen by her mother since.  Despite communicating [...]

The Weekend in Sports with James Adderley

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