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Devaun Mascal Gunned Down in Midnight Execution

Twenty-five-year-old Devaun Mascal, was gunned down in front of his house around midnight on Saturday. Mascal was with his girlfriend who escaped uninjured in the shooting. He had just exited [...]

Coast Guard Officer Allegedly Attacks Woman

Coast Guard Officer Brian Orellano is tonight in trouble with the law. Orellano stands accused of hitting a woman with a handgun and firing the unlicensed firearm in public during [...]

No Gun? No Charges for Coast Guard Officer

According to investigators, the firearm that Coast Guard Officer Brian Orellano used to hit Christian Tuel and fire was not a coast guard issued firearm and is unlicensed. In most [...]

Reginald Ruiz Critical after being Rear Ended by Police Mobile

Sixty-year-old Reginald Ruiz is tonight in a critical condition at the K.H.M.H. after he was hit from the rear by a police mobile. The accident happened between mile forty-four and [...]

Inspector Clifton Jones Served with NIP

According to A.C.P. Joseph Myvett, urine samples from both men will be collected and tested. Myvett says that Inspector Jones has been served with a notice of intended prosecution.   [...]

Belize Bus Association won’t back down and is prepared to strike

There is heightened tension within the transportation industry where a final decision has not been reached on buses from Mexico and Guatemala that travel through Belize. The Belize Bus Association [...]

Patrick Faber Launches Simultaneous Leadership Campaigns Ahead of 2020

Deputy Prime Minister Patrick Faber hosted a convention on Sunday at the Civic Center. While the convention was to endorse him as representative for the Collet Division, which he has [...]

Did Faber’s Convention Draw Massive Outside Support?

Of the thirty-one constituencies across the country, only seven were represented at Faber’s endorsement convention leading some to believe that the Deputy Prime Minister may not have been able to [...]

Will PM Barrow Step Down Before November 2020?

Prime Minister Barrow’s departure from office ahead of his retirement from electoral politics in November 2020 has been announced on previous occasions; however, a definitive timeline is yet to be [...]

2019 September Celebrations Officially Underway

The official launch of the 2019 September Celebrations was held over the weekend in Punta Gorda where chair of the National September Celebrations Commission, Deputy Prime Minister Patrick Faber opened [...]

Trial Against Danny Mason Et.Al. Adjourned

The murder trial against William Danny Mason and his co-accused murderers was today adjourned to Wednesday, September fourth. Two attorneys, namely Illiana Swift who is representing Terence Fernandez, and Guyanese [...]

A fisherman is in trouble with the law for a stabbing incident at Caye Caulker

  A fisherman is accused of an old stabbing incident on La Isla Carinosa and tonight he is spending his first night on remand at the Belize Central Prison. This [...]

Armed men attack businessman and wife inside their home in San Lazaro Village Orange Walk

There was a frightening home invasion at the home of a couple up north.  A businessman and his wife were attacked inside their home in San Lazaro Village in the [...]

Students turned back at Ladyville SDA Primary School for nonpayment of fees

It was back to school for thousands of pre and primary school students today. It was to have been a day to meet old friends, make new ones and get [...]

Bushfires near dumpsite is contained

The personnel at the National Fire Service were very busy last week tackling bush fires that erupted almost all over the city. Station Supervisor at the National Fire Service Kenneth [...]

Hurricane Dorian Leaves Disaster and Destruction in the Bahamas

Five people were confirmed dead on Abaco Island in the Bahamas as Hurricane Dorian continued on its ravaging path.  The Category Four storm came to a standstill as it pummelled [...]

Bowen and Bowen says prices lower costs can lead to lower prices in butane

Last Friday, the Senate passed a bill paving the way for the new National Gas Company which is made up of a partnership between the government and a group of [...]

Senators Debate Land Tax, Partial Remission of Areas, Bill 2019

The government’s Land Tax, Partial Remission of Areas, Bill 2019 has raised many eyebrows across the country. The bill was ratified by the Senate on Friday, and essentially it is [...]

San Ignacio/Santa Elena’s Kimberly Santos is new Queen of the Bay

The seventy-fourth Queen of the Bay pageant took place at the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday.  It was a night of beauty, elegance, eloquence and grace as [...]

The splendor of the King and Queen Competition in Carnival 2019

September is known for its pageantry and its formalities and for the Belize Carnival Association, it is no different.  What Queen of the Bay is to the tenth of September [...]

But still, the winner not announced

As we said, among the revelry, one Senior band claimed that the wrong music was played during their Queen’s performance.  As Sunshine Masqueraders was performing their version of Queen Nefertiti, [...]

James Adderley has the full rundown of the weekend’s sporting activities

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend in sports...]