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    ALLEGED GAS STATION ROBBERS INTERCEPTED IN GET AWAY VEHICLE

ALLEGED GAS STATION ROBBERS INTERCEPTED IN GET AWAY VEHICLE

In less than two weeks Puma Coral Grove Gas Station located on the Phillip Goldson Highway came under attack by robbers, but this time police quick response led to the apprehension of the men who are suspected to be the culprits. Although Lijahman Young 25 and Ryan Rhaburn 21 have

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    TWO HOUSES BURN IN SANTA ELENA, – Reduced to Ashes

TWO HOUSES BURN IN SANTA ELENA, – Reduced to Ashes

Two houses, located on George Price Avenue in Santa Elena Town were scorched by fire and reduced to ashes early this morning. There were no reported injuries but house owner Geronimo August 68 completely lost his two storey board structure measuring 30 by 40 ft and another cement structure measuring

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    QUALITY POULTRY PRODUCTS IN COROZAL BURGLARIZED

QUALITY POULTRY PRODUCTS IN COROZAL BURGLARIZED

REPORTER: Miichelle Sutherland, – A thief or set of thieves who burglarized Quality Poultry Products in Corozal Town by cutting off a padlock from off a shutter is now on the run with over $5,000 cash, gift certificates and several blank checks. Reports gathered by police from the Ingrid Vega,

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    GOB announce motorcade for volleyball team.

GOB announce motorcade for volleyball team.

REPORTER: Michelle Sutherland, – The Government of Belize through the Ministry of Education recently issued their congratulations to the Belize National Volleyball Team on winning the silver medal during the 20th Central American Women’s Volleyball Championship. In honor of the team’s recent achievements and stellar performance displayed during the five-day

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    PG woman stabbed to death in Belize City

PG woman stabbed to death in Belize City

REPORTER: Michelle Sutherland, – A callous stabbing in front of a popular establishment on Central American Boulevard in Belize City last night has claimed the life of a woman. The now deceased has been identified by police as Roxana Pop 33, Belizean of Punta Gorda Town who was pronounced dead

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    San Pedro Fire Victims Receive Assistance

San Pedro Fire Victims Receive Assistance

The huge losses caused by Saturday morning’s fire in San Pedro and the dire plight of those left homeless and without possessions have not gone unnoticed or unanswered; since then several organizations and private businesses have come to the aid of the victims and have offered basic assistance and shelter.

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    British Filmmaker Brutally Murdered – One Man Detained!

British Filmmaker Brutally Murdered – One Man Detained!

On Thursday morning Police confirmed that based on statements and descriptions given by witnesses, they have detained one man, a resident of Mahogany Heights, for questioning in the callous murder of world renowned British filmmaker Richard Foster, 74. The well-loved resident of Mile 28.5 on the Phillip Goldson Highway was

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    San Pedranos blame Fire Service – Fire Service Blames Congestion!

San Pedranos blame Fire Service – Fire Service Blames Congestion!

San Pedro residents have come out swinging at the Fire Department, blaming what they say was a slow and inadequate response for the spreading of a blaze which ultimately destroyed 10 houses and left 87 persons homeless in the wee hours of Saturday morning. But Fire Chief Ted Smith refutes

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