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Video Evidence Unveiled in Court During Mason Murder Trial

Accused murderer William “Danny” Mason and his alleged accomplices were back in court today where they are being tried for the decapitation of Pastor Llewellyn Lucas in July 2016.  As [...]

A Tiff at Hattieville Ramada Over Right to Attorney

While the month long trial continues in the Belmopan Supreme Court, attorney Herbert Panton and Virigilio Murillo, C.E.O. of the Belize Central Prison, were involved in a back and forth. [...]

D.O.E. Brings ‘New/Same’ Charges Against Primose Gabourel and Dion Zabaneh

Mother and son duo, Primrose Gabourel and Dion Zabaneh, were back before Senior Magistrate Aretha Ford this morning. The Department of Environment is attempting to levy new charges on Gabourel [...]

The Prosecution ‘Screwed Up’, Says Attorney Emil Arguelles

According to Attorney Emil Arguelles this morning proceedings did not require his clients to submit a plea. Arguelles’ objections revolved around the prosecution’s decision to bring forth new charges which [...]

Senior Magistrate Reserves Decision to April 2nd

Then there is the matter of who owns the land in question. Parcel number four-six-seven-zero was acquired by the Government in 2006 but according to Attorney Emil Arguelles, his client [...]

Prisoner’s Lawsuit Against Parole Board is Heard

From the Magistrate Court to the Supreme Court where inmate, Hillaire Sears is suing the Parole Board for breaching his constitutional rights. On December twelfth, 2002, Sears who was twenty-five [...]

Fire destroys Home in Belize City

Fire destroyed a house earlier this evening in Belize City. Shortly after six, flames were seen coming out of a small wooden house in the Faber’s Road Area but the [...]

A Suspected Guatemalan Sailboat is Grounded Near Sapodilla Cayes

A sailing vessel, believed to be captained by Guatemalan fishermen, ran aground on the reef near Sapodilla Caye in the waters of southern Belize.  The Belize Territorial Volunteers set out [...]

How Did Crew of Grounded Vessel Skip Town?

According to Maheia, the proximity of the vessel to the F.O.B. at Hunting Caye makes it near impossible for coastguard personnel stationed on the island not to see it in [...]

John Saldivar on Guatemalans Who Were Granted Belizean Citizenship

But an estimated one hundred and forty-seven thousand persons have reregistered ahead of the March twelfth deadline to vote in the I.C.J. referendum on April tenth. The Elections and Boundaries [...]

Born Belizeans Told “you have not met the qualification as a citizen of Belize’

Some two thousand five hundred voters are not appearing on the voters list for the April tenth referendum. For one reason or the other they were deemed not eligible. This [...]

Elderly man shot during blackout in Belize City

An elderly man was shot on Monday night in Belize City. Police say that around seven-forty, sixty-three-old Gilroy Garnett was walking on Partridge Street when a man approached him and [...]

Belize vs. Guyana; a clash of the Jaguars to qualify for the CONCACAF’s Gold Cup

This Saturday night it will be the clash of the Jaguars as Belize Jaguars and the Guyana Golden Jaguars go head to head to qualify for the CONCACAF Gold Cup. [...]

Guatemalan with firearm busted in southern Belize

A Guatemalan man has been arrested and charged with gun and immigration offences. A B.D.F. Sergeant reported to police that they were conducting operations in the Machaquilha Area in the [...]

A Car Dealer is Acquitted of Possessing a False License

A car dealer was acquitted of possession of an alleged fake dealer’s license. In the courtroom of Justice Collin Williams, Charles Requeña was freed of the charge when the justice [...]

4 Men are Behind bars for Breaking into the Home of a Cop

Four Belize City men who are accused of attempting to break into the home of a police officer and another residence are on remand at the Belize City Central Prison. [...]

Human Skull found in rural Belize

On Thursday, a human skull was found near the Bacab Eco Park off the northern highway. Police say persons working in the area came across the skull just lying on [...]

NTUCB calls out the Police High Command

This evening the National Trade Union Congress of Belize called out the Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams. The N.T.U.C.B. says that it has viewed the apparent public confrontation between Williams [...]

Belize Celebrates World Water Day

Belize has joined the international community in celebrating World Water Day. The day is set aside every year as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and [...]

FCD Environmental Youth Group signs declaration with partner group in Guatemala

Youths who live along the border communities in Belize and Guatemala got together earlier this month for a bi-national youth exchange. The two-day event was held in Peten, Guatemala where [...]