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Gerald Lamb is Executed in Biscayne Village

There have been six murders in the past seven days. Over the weekend four persons were killed, another was found dead on Wednesday and by today, there was one more [...]

Headless Body of Elito Puc is Found near Benque/Melchor Border

There is another murder, a retired teacher went missing a week ago; this afternoon his decapitated body was found at a bushy area on this side of the border near [...]

Result of Post-mortem on Michael Cobo Inconclusive, but Who Killed Him?

The family of eighteen-year-old Michael Cobo from San Pedro is still reeling from his recent gruesome murder.  Late on Wednesday, Cobo’s mother identified his body after he had been missing [...]

1 Person Detained for Deadly Beat Down of Edwin Usher

In respect of recent killing, one person is detained pending investigations into the fatal beat-down of Edwin Usher. The forty-nine-year-old handyman of Cedar Street died on November thirtieth; one week [...]

Who Shot Curassow Resident, Godwin Flowers?

Who shot Curassow resident Godwin Flowers and why? Police are investigating an attempt made on Flowers’ life on the evening of December third, just a stone’s throw from where he [...]

Mennonite Couple is Victim of Armed Robbery by Fake Cops

Criminal activity is heightening as the Christmas Season gets underway. In the Barton Creek area in Cayo today, a Mennonite couple was attacked by two men dressed in police uniforms. [...]

Belize City Council Installs Set of Traffic Lights on C.A. Blvd and Neal Penn Road

If part of your routine involves commuting by foot or by vehicle, private or public, there is something to look forward to.  Traversing the Central American Boulevard can be a [...]

The Latest on Candice Miller’s $378,000 Judgment Win Against CitCo

One of the issues haunting City Hall is the huge payment ordered by the Supreme Court to former City Administrator Candice Miller.  As you know, the court awarded Miller a [...]

CitCo’s Swing Bridge Contract to Bill Lindo is $120,000

During the traffic light unveiling, Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner came under fire for recent decisions that have a semblance of nepotism. Now, the City Administrator is Stephanie Lindo, her [...]

Gaspar Vega Absent from House Sitting Yet Again!

There was a Special Sitting of the House of Representatives on Wednesday and absent for the umpteenth time was U.D.P. Area Representative for Orange Walk North Gaspar Vega.  Vega has [...]

Firearms Amendment Bill 2019 Taken to the House

On Wednesday, the Government introduced the Firearms Amendment Bill 2019. The bill provides for new licensing fees which will be lowered tremendously to appease gun license holders since the cost [...]

Belize City Council Biting the Bullet to Make Ends Meet

The end of the year is quickly approaching and so is crunch time. At City Hall, Mayor Bernard Wagner says he is biting the bullet and will not be offering [...]

Belize City Mayor Provides Update on Municipal Bond

One way by which the Council plans to become fluid, is by selling bonds through the municipal bond. Now, the bond received the support of the House and Senate in [...]

Caribbean S.B.D.C.s Network is Launched

Belize, along with other CARICOM member states, has signed a memorandum, launching the Caribbean Small Business Development network.  Penning the memo on behalf of the government was Minister of State [...]

House Debate Hydro Maya Power Project Bill

The House sitting on Wednesday was chock full of pressing matters. The House passed the Hydro Maya Power Project Bill, 2019 which seeks to give effect to certain undertakings and [...]

Prime Minister Dean Barrow Misspoke

After the house adjourned for committee meeting, PM Barrow consulted with Financial Secretary Joseph Waight and returned, apologizing for having misspoken.   Prime Minister Dean Barrow “Accept that I misspoke. [...]

The Annual Disability Awareness Parade

Today, a Disability Awareness parade was organized by the Stella Maris School under the theme, “the Future is Accessible.” As we found out, the purpose of the initiative is to [...]

Stella Maris School – the Future is Accessible

Earlier this week, the Ministry of Education held a workshop with teachers and other stakeholders about the roles they play in the education system and working with students with diverse [...]

Healthy Living: Special Olympics National Games

“Let me win! And if I cannot win, let me brave in my attempt.” That is the motto of Special Olympics Belize. This Friday is a big day for the [...]