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Extradition case adjourned for 4th time

Belizean businessman and owner of the Coral Grove Lounge, Kevin Morris, had his extradition hearing in the Magistrate’s Court adjourned for the fourth time this morning, this time until May [...]

Suspect confesses to killing elderly Corozaleño

Police in Corozal have arrested the man they believe murdered an eighty-eight year old victim last month. Twenty-four year old Alejandro Ramirez has allegedly confessed to the brutal crime which [...]

Police investigate death of farmer

Another death in Corozal, this one discovered Thursday evening, also has police working overtime. Officers were called to a farm about four miles from town around 5:30 where they found [...]

B.E.L. hopes blackouts will end tonight

Officials at Belize Electricity Limited are once again keeping their fingers crossed, hoping that assurances given by Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission are reliable. B.E.L. has been told that the four [...]

Central Bank warns public about defacing currency

The increasingly popular political practice of bribing voters with one half of a blue note has come under some serious criticism from the Central Bank. In a release today, the [...]

New psychiatric ward for Belmopan Hospital

A new facility for the mentally ill has been opened at the Belmopan Hospital. The acute psychiatric ward was officially dedicated on Thursday by Minister of Health Jose Coye. Built [...]

Citizens will walk for mental health

The World Health Organisation is encouraging Belizeans to walk for good mental health tomorrow. The journey from Hattieville to Rockview Hospital is just one of the activities to mark the [...]

Dust engulfs city during dry season

Back in the days when streets in Belize City and the district towns were unpaved, the dust somehow didn’t seem so bad… probably because there were much fewer vehicles. Today, [...]

April the tapir turns 18

In terms of name recognition she’s probably not too far behind Marion Jones–and she’s still a teenager. Jose Sanchez reports on one of our favorite national symbols. Jose Sanchez, Reporting [...]