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Man Shot to Death during Domestic Dispute in Camalote

One man is dead and two women are being treated for gunshot injuries following a domestic dispute on Sunday night in Camalote Village. The deceased has been identified as twenty-five-year-old [...]

Orange Walk Man Shot Dead Near His House

A man from Orange Walk was shot dead on Saturday night in that town. The victim, twenty-five-year-old Roberto Aragon lived less than a hundred yards away, through an alley. The [...]

Police Inspector Charged with Wounding a Detainee

An inspector of police has been criminally charged for wounding a man who was detained at police station outside of his jurisdiction. Inspector Christopher Martinez, the Head of Special Patrol [...]

Businessman Robbed and Shot in Silk Grass

A businessman was shot during a robbery in Silk Grass Village, Stann Creek on Saturday and his common-law wife was robbed of cash. Andriel Chan reported to police that he [...]

Man Chopped During Domestic Dispute in Cayo

A domestic dispute in San Ignacio led to the chopping of a man. Police say the incident happened on Panama Street and when officers responded to the scene, they found [...]

Waterloo Threatens Lawsuit if G.O.B. Doesn’t Divulge Details of Definitive Agreement

The controversial Definitive Agreement between the Government of Belize and Portico Enterprises was trashed by Prime Minister John Briceño in the House of Representatives on Friday.  On that same day [...]

Senate Debates Civil Asset Recovery and Unexplained Wealth Bill

In an effort to meet compliance with a host of recommendations from the Caribbean Financial Task Force, a suite of financial legislations was brought back to the Senate for second [...]

Opposition Leader Weighs in On Civil Asset Recovery and Unexplained Wealth Bill

Opposition Leader Shyne Barrow also weighed in on the bill. We heard from Barrow outside the National Assembly on Friday. One of his main objections to the bill has to [...]

Security Forces Work to Deter Narco Traffickers in Northern Belize

We have been reporting about the presence of narco traffickers in southern Belize and how the security forces are working to mitigate those activities. But, the presence of narco traffickers [...]

$1 Million to Fight Narco Trafficking in Northern Belize

As we said, the Government of Belize is allocating an additional one million dollars to the Belize Police Department, to assist with its fight against narco trafficking in northern Belize. [...]

Fire Guts Only Shingled Building in the City, Police say it’s Arson

In the wee small hours of Saturday a fire erupted inside one of the oldest structures on Regent Street in Belize City. Once the home of the Eusey family, the [...]

Media Personality, William Neal, Loses Belongings in House Fire

A fire has destroyed all the contents of a house in the Vista del Mar area. The fire was reported on Sunday at a residence occupied by William Neal, the [...]

Senate Debate $69 Million Supplementary Appropriation

A sixty-nine million dollar Supplementary Appropriation Bill was brought from the House of Representatives and debated today inside the Senate. Eamon Courtenay, the Senator for Government Business, sought to explain [...]

Senators Weigh in on $69 Million Supplementary Appropriation

Business Senator Kevin Herrera and Union Senator Elena Smith also weighed in on the matter. Senator Herrera contended that during the budget debate he flagged the sum of money that [...]

DYS Launches Entrep Hub – a Marketplace for Services by Youth Entrepreneurs

Today, the Department of Youth Services launched an Entrepreneurship Hub as a space for young business owners to operate their business.  From cosmetology to food and beverage industry and even [...]

Iris Centeno is the New Sports Director

There is a new director for the National Sports Council and she is no stranger to sports. Iris Centeno, Women’s Director at the Football Federation of Belize, took up the [...]

Rado on Extortion Case: “Innocent until Proven Guilty”

As we reported last week, transport officer Andrea Peters was charged with extortion following an investigation by Independence Police on an allegation made by a woman who claims that she [...]

Over $100,000 Payout for License Plates & Stickers; Due Process Not Followed

There have been multiple reports of shortage of license plates and stickers, but we have not been able to confirm until today that, for a few months, a shortfall was [...]

Serrano’s Bus Service Threatens to Protest after Losing Road Service Permit

While with Minister of Transport Rodwell Ferguson, he also gave brief comments on a planned protest by Serrano’s Bus Service in Ladyville. The bus line is saying that they’ve made [...]

This Weekend’s Sports in Review

Goodnight and welcome to another edition of Sports Monday, I am Paul Lopez. “He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life”. That is a [...]