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First Cousins Killed in Belmopan Double Murder

A rash of murders has the community on edge in Belmopan. We start with a double murder in the San Martin area of Belmopan on Saturday morning. Two cousins, both [...]

A Sad Ending in the Search for Adamir Choc

The Choc family also of San Martin area in Belmopan, though hoping for the best, had their worst fears confirmed on Saturday. The body of nineteen-year-old Adamir Choc was found [...]

Two More Honduran Nationals Charged With Recent Drug Plane Landing

There are two more arrests in connection with a drug bust that yielded police over one thousand three hundred kilos of cocaine. Thirty-six-year-old Terencio Mejia Cruz and fifty-three-year-old Jacobo Yovany [...]

Police Chase and Shoot at Robbers in Trinidad Village

Armed robbers were on a rampage targeting business establishments in Trinidad Village, Orange Walk on Friday night.  The group of at least five men first hit Primavera Bar, holding patrons [...]

Police Considers Extending Curfew Across the Country Following String of Teen Murders

Today, police say there is still no solid lead that explains why thirteen-year-old Christopher Chi was killed, but investigators have reason to believe it may be drug related. So far, [...]

The N.T.U.C.B. Weighs In on Fatal Civic Centre Incident

The National Trade Union Congress has weighed in on the loss of life at the Civic Center. Two workers plunged to their death from a scaffold inside the facility where [...]

N.T.U.C.B. Prez Says OSH Bill is Back on the Front Burner

The N.T.U.C.B. calls for a full unbiased investigation by the Police Department and that a further inquiry be coordinated by the Belize Infrastructure Limited. President Marvin Mora says that the [...]

Opposition Leader Says Pass the OSH Bill Now

The People’s United Party says that the fatal tragedy at the Civic Center on Friday was unnecessary. Like the National Trade Union Congress of Belize, the P.U.P. believes that this [...]

Opposition Leader Calls on G.O.B. for Partnership in Fighting Crime

The double murder of the teenage cousins in Belmopan, the gruesome discovery of the body of a young woman in Cotton Tree Village and the brutal killing of a male [...]

Where is the Forensic Lab Promised So Many Years Ago?

According to Briceño, the approach to effectively fight crime and prosecute criminals is multi-faceted. Not only does the prosecution needs a solid case but also strong evidence. In the case [...]

Reynaldo Verde Remains in Detention in the U.S.A.

Deputy Director of the Belize Tax Service Department forty-six-year-old Reynaldo Verde remains locked up in the U.S.A. after he was nabbed by the feds for allegations of extortion and attempted [...]

Fiscal Agreement Signed; CitCo 1 Step Closer to Floating New Municipal Bond

The government approved an eleven-million-dollar municipal paper for the Belize City Council in August, today, CitCo and Heritage Bank Limited officially signed an agreement for the floating of the bond. [...]

Municipal Bond to be Launched by the End of September

Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner says that the bond will be officially launched with its prospectus by the end of September. But will the bond reflect increased pressures on the [...]

Eglah’s Training Center Gets Much Needed Space

With assistance from Hand in Hand Ministries, the Eglah’s Training Center for Women and Families, has added new space to accommodate more persons and expand its range of services.  The [...]

Daniel Rios Freed of Unlawful Sexual Intercourse Charge

A thirty-year-old man is free tonight after a serious charge of unlawful sexual intercourse was dismissed against him in the Supreme Court this morning.  Daniel Rios was accused by a [...]

Small Improvements Noted along the New River

The Department of Environment was in Orange Walk today monitoring the situation at the New River. The installation of aerators and the brief rains over the weekend have caused an [...]

Body of Missing Melchor Man Fished Out of Mopan River

The body of twenty-year-old Denis Enrique Lux Matus was fished out of the river in western Belize this morning. Lux Matus is from the border town of Melchor de Mencos. [...]

Expo Marketplace 2019 at the Marion Jones Sporting Complex

More than one hundred and fifty businesses participated in the two-day Expo Marketplace hosted by the Belize Chamber of Commerce at the Marion Jones Sporting Complex. The event is the [...]

Carnival Cruise Lines Reps in Belize Recruiting DJs and Musicians

Representatives from Carnival Cruise Lines arrived in Belize today for a two-day recruitment exercise beginning on Tuesday at nine a.m. at the Radisson Fort George in Belize City. Manager of [...]

James Adderly with Weekend Sporting Stats

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