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Elderly Man Found in Shallow Grave, Murdered in Belmopan

An elderly man of the Valley of Peace area in Cayo was killed and his body buried in a shallow grave.  Porfilio Nino had been missing since Saturday and his [...]

Vasquez Family Clamors for Mental Health Training at Police Academy

The family of Nestor Vasquez Junior, who was beaten to death while in detention at the Queen Street Police Station back in June, met with the Mental Health Association this [...]

Will Charges be Brought Against Collin Francis for Death of Nestor Vasquez Jr.

While the Vasquez family is also seeking a revision of antiquated legislation dealing with the treatment of persons with mental illness, they are hoping that the Director of Public Prosecutions [...]

Vasquez Family Tables a Compensation Proposal

Commissioner of Police Chester Williams, at a press brief following the death of Nestor Vasquez Junior accepted that the police department will be held liable for the tragic incident inside [...]

Pastor Lucas’ DNA Found on Clothing Worn by Three Accused Killers

A shocking new disclosure was made today during the murder trial of William ‘Danny’ Mason, who stands accused, along with four others, of beheading Pastor Llewellyn Lucas in July 2016.  [...]

Weighing in On DNA Evidence in Mason Murder Trial

While D.N.A. evidence lifted from the clothing of three of the five accused men does not, as yet, implicate his client, attorney Norman Rodriguez is studying today’s testimony carefully since [...]

Fuel Prices Goes Up At Midnight, Again

There is another hike in fuel prices that will put a dent in the pockets of consumers.  At midnight, the prices for regular gasoline, diesel and kerosene will go up. [...]

Sarstoon Showdown! G.A.F. Orders Belizeans to Return; B.D.F. Stands Its Ground

The Sarstoon is back in the news tonight and according to BTV Leader Wil Maheia, Guatemalan Armed Forces attempted to sink the boat Belizeans were attempting to traverse the river [...]

NTUCB speaks on the impact of the Sanctuary Bay scam

The National Trade Union Congress of Belize discussed a number of pressing issues this week, from crime to the recent Sanctuary Bay scam. According to President Marvin Mora, the N.T.U.C.B. [...]

Belize City Youth Wanted for Murder of Taxi Man

Police have issued a wanted poster for twenty-one-year-old Belize City resident Dante Reneau. He is wanted for the murder of fifty-two-year-old taxi-operator Emmanuel Ampomah.  Investigators believe that Reneau can assist [...]

Choice Bank has New Liquidator, Again

The third liquidator has been appointed by the Central Bank for Choice Bank Limited. The offshore bank was forced to fold and thrown into receivership in June 2018, after the [...]

Denise E. Antonio Is New UNDP Representative to Belize

Denise Antonio, an American citizen, and native of Liberia has been appointed to serve as Resident Representative for Belize. Antonio is committed to supporting the government in areas such as [...]

A vigil for Allyson Major

Allyson Major Junior was shot and killed by police almost a week ago, but his friends and family were determined to use his untimely death to shine a light on [...]

NTUCB speaks on fatal shooting of Allyson Major

On Monday, the N.T.U.C.B. issued a press release to condemn the wave of recent criminal activities. The organization raised concerns over the impact of crime on the workforce, highlighting that [...]

Teen Arraigned for Attempted Murder of Raheem Chambers

A week ago, Raheem Chambers was shot and injured during a shooting incident on Lacroix Boulevard in the Saint Martin’s de Pores area, Belize City. Today, a teenager was arraigned [...]

Anthony Reyes is Committed to Stand Trial for Murder of Emmerson Anderson

Tonight, a twenty-two-year-old youth is back on remand as he awaits trial for the 2018 murder of a man who was playing cards and was not the intended target. Anthony [...]

Biscayne Fisherman Guilty of Possession

A Biscayne fisherman and farmer, thirty-year-old James Seguro was slapped with a two thousand-dollar fine for the offense of possession of more than three hicatees. Allegations are that on Monday, [...]

A Protest at Ground Zero; Activists Want Building Named ‘1919 Plaza’

An energetic group protested at ground zero this morning at the foot of the Swing Bridge in Belize City. They want to rectify a vexing matter in respect of the [...]

Land issue brewing in La Gracia

There is a land issue brewing in western Belize.  Over twenty farmers in La Gracia claim that surveyors have initiated works on their land.  The farmers say that majority of [...]

Week 3 of KTV the Remix Season III; Who Made the Cut?

Don’t miss out tonight and be part of the fun. It’s another round of competition in KTV, the Remix.  The search for this season’s singing sensation is well underway and [...]

Meet Miss Scuba Belize 2019, Johnisha Ariola from Hopkins

A twenty-one year old advanced diver is heading to Malaysia to compete in the Miss Scuba International Pageant. She is Johnisha Ariola, a stunning beauty from Hopkins, Stann Creek District.  [...]