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Brazen Double Murder Recorded in San Pedro Town

Two men were gunned down in a brazen daylight execution this afternoon in San Pedro Town. The victims have been identified as forty-one-year-old Deon Faber and thirty-four-year old Allen Martinez.  [...]

Upheaval in Supreme Court – are Mason’s Attorneys Still on the Murder Case?

The trial of accused murderer William ‘Danny’ Mason and his alleged accomplices took a strange twist this morning when the courtroom of Justice Antoinette Moore was unexpectedly cleared.  The media, [...]

Corporal Arzu Files Lawsuit against ComPol Williams

An application for a claim to be brought against Commissioner of Police Chester Williams was presented before Justice Shona Griffith this afternoon in Belize City.  Corporal Eldon Arzu, the embattled [...]

Charges Withdrawn from 2 of 3 Men Accused of ATM Scam in Dangriga

Two of three men accused of an ATM scam in Dangriga, today saw the charges withdrawn from them, but they remain in police custody to face immigration charges. As we [...]

Albert Waller Charged for Unlawful Sex with 14-Year-Old

Also in court…a thirty-nine-year-old Belize City resident is spending his first night behind bars at the Central Prison after he was charged for having unlawful sex three times with a [...]

Still No Charges for Alleged Murderer Alexander Ruiz

The sensational story of the killing of Luis Cabrera Junior and the chilling accident that followed involving his alleged killer and another man sent shockwaves across the Punta Gorda community. [...]

John McAfee Ordered to Cough Up $20 Million for Gregory Faull’s Death

The infamous John McAfee is back in the news tonight and it’s in relation to the murder of Gregory Faull who was subdued, tortured and murdered at his San Pedro [...]

Price for Diesel Gas Decreases by ONE Cent

The government announced today that the price for diesel gasoline will decrease by one cent. Yes, you heard right—one cent. At midnight tonight, the price per gallon of diesel will [...]

2 Persons Charged for Separate Fatal RTAs

Two separate fatal road crashes happened on the Hummingbird and Southern Highways in the past few days. The fatal hit and run on the Hummingbird claimed the life of sixty-three-year-old [...]

No Leads in Shooting of Elderly Man, Gilroy Garnett

It’s not the first time that criminals have struck during a black-out, but that is what happened when an elderly man was shot in the city earlier this week. Police [...]

Did Neighborhood Rivalry cause Joshua Gillett’s Shooting?

On Wednesday night, Joshua Gillett was shot in Belize City as he walked through an alley in Belize City. Gillett reported that he was approached by a man who shot [...]

Human Skull is that of a 20-30 Year-Old Male

Tonight, we know a little bit more about the skull that was discovered last week Thursday near Bacab Eco Park off the Philip Goldson Highway. Police say a forensic examination [...]

2 Separate Fires in Mahogany Heights

There were two small house fires in Mahogany Heights on Wednesday night. Police say that no one was at home at the time of the first fire around seven. A [...]

Woes in Transportation over a License Issued to a Guatemalan Company

Transport woes are brewing once again.  Today, police were on alert monitoring the area of the bus terminal on East Collet Canal and reportedly at the western border point. This [...]

Senators Discuss Integrity Commission Appointments

The Senate on Tuesday approved the appointment of six persons to the Integrity Commission. They are Lisbeth Delgado, Armead Gabourel, Wilmot Simmons, Nestor Vasquez, Zoe Roberson Zetina, and Claudette Grinage. [...]

D.O.E. says Fines and Fees in Proposed Plastic Ban Legislation will be Reviewed

As you may know by now, the Department of Environment is pushing full steam ahead to phase out single use plastics and Styrofoam in Belize by December of this year. [...]

Will There Be Help for Plastics and Styrofoam Businesses to Transition to Biodegradables?

And so the phase out is a staggered process that starts with the importation followed by local production. The ban will affect the bottom line and even see many importers [...]

St. Luke’s Methodist Receives Donation from Smart

Five computers were donated to Saint Luke’s Methodist Primary School in Belize City to boost its computer lab. The now thirteen functioning stations will assist teachers and students with their [...]

U.S. $5.9 Million for Road Safety Project

On Thursday, the Senate ratified a loan agreement between the Government of Belize and the Caribbean Development Bank for five point nine million U.S. dollars. The monies have been earmarked [...]

A Public Forum on the Legal Opinion Organized by the Bar

Since presenting an updated legal opinion on the Belize/Guatemala dispute and the possibilities of a resolution at the I.C.J., Professor Stephen Vasciannie has been sought after to discuss his findings [...]

A Basketball Showdown between Hurricanes and Tigersharks

The NEBL Basketball regular season is quickly coming to a head as teams from across the country continue to fight for a spot in the semi-final rounds and a closer [...]

Healthy Living: World Tuberculosis Day

It’s one of the top ten causes of death globally. In Belize, it killed sixteen people last year. It is preventable and treatable with all the tests and treatment available [...]