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2 Murdered; 3 Injured in the West!

Two men were murdered and three others were injured in crazy gun violence in Cayo. In the early hours of Sunday morning, hell broke loose outside the C.K. Sports Bar [...]

Several Persons Detained for Double Murder in the West

So, there you heard from the families of three of the victims in the shooting. We turn now to the police department for the official report. In the story, you [...]

Police Have Concerns About CK Bar After Deadly Weekend Shooting

The location where the deadly weekend shooting took place in San Ignacio is a concern to the police department since it poses serious security risks for patrons of the establishment.  [...]

G.S.U. Deployed to San Ignacio

As a result of the shooting that claimed two lives, police say that they are taking swift action to quell that growing problem in the west. Commissioner of Police Chester [...]

Egbert Baldwin is Murdered in Ladyville

Hours before the double murder in Cayo, the Ladyville area exploded with gun violence in another gang-related murder. Just after seven o’clock on Saturday night, Egbert Baldwin, who as recent [...]

Suspected Drug Plane Circles Above Chunox Overnight

A low-flying aircraft was seen hovering above Chunox overnight, where law enforcement assets had scrambled to the vicinity of the isolated village in Corozal District in anticipation of an illegal [...]

San Felipe Villagers Abandoned in Lockdown Zone

The villages of San Felipe and Blue Creek remain cut off from the rest of the country.  Agriculture produce from Blue Creek is allowed to be transported out of the [...]

What About Students in San Felipe Village?

According to residents, some thirty students in San Felipe Village missed their CSEC examinations due to the lockdown.  No provisions were made to have them sit the exams at a [...]

PC Nadir Mendoza Kicked Out of the Police Department

In December 2019, Police Constable Nadir Mendoza went on the lam and became a fugitive from the law after being accused of stealing a firearm from the Belize Police Department.  [...]

PC Nelson Ramos in Jail for Sexual Assault of Teenage Girl

Another cop is trouble with the law. Police Constable Nelson Ramos is on remand at the Belize Central Prison after being charged for a sexual offense involving a minor.  The [...]

A Small Cache of Ammunition is Discovered Outside

A hidden supply of ammunition, including a smoke grenade, was recovered by police during an operation outside of Teakettle Village over the weekend.  According to Assistant Commissioner of Police Joseph [...]

A Santa Elena Resident is Charged for MADISCO Truck Holdup

A forty-one-year-old resident of Santa Elena Town has been arrested and charged for the armed robbery of a MADISCO delivery truck last Tuesday.  Luis Castellanos is accused of stealing an [...]

Armed Thieves Storm Residence in Maya Mopan

While police have cracked the MADISCO robbery, they are investigating a Belmopan robbery.  A quartet of armed thieves stormed the residence of Gloria Tush in the Maya Mopan neighbourhood over [...]

B.N.T.U. Turns 50

The Belize National Teachers Union today achieved a milestone: it is a historic fifty years.  The powerful watchdog union is celebrating its golden anniversary under the theme, “B.N.T.U. @ 50: [...]

N.T.U.C.B. to Advocate for Senate Report Investigations

The much anticipated Senate report was tabled and adopted by the Senate last week. It is now a public document so the question now is: will the relevant authorities investigate [...]

Elena Smith to Patrick Faber: “Let’s see what will happen, I guess, come November.”

It is no secret that Minister of Education, Patrick Faber, has had some bitter moments with the Belize National Teachers Union. Both have been bucking heads over a myriad of [...]

B.N.T.U. Has Concerns over P.G.I.A. Re-opening

Bahamas is not allowing U.S. visitors due to the spread of the corona virus. In Guyana, the Civil Aviation Authority has delayed the phased opening of the Cheddi Jagan International [...]

N.T.U.C.B. Shows Supports for C.W.U. Against P.B.L.

The National Trade Union Congress of Belize on Saturday met to discuss several issues including the Christian Workers Union’s battle against the Port of Belize Limited.  Last week, the Port [...]

A Motorcycle Driver is Flung into the Belize River

An eighteen-year-old motorist is recovering from a mishap that landed him in the Belize River near the Valley of Peace Road on Friday evening.  It is unclear whether Guillermo Ical [...]

Why Are Your Light Bills So High?

There are mounting complaints from consumers that their light bills have been going up, in some instances doubling, during these very difficult economic times. Now, since March when there was [...]