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Four ships in harbour mark start of cruise season

After three weeks of north winds and hard rains, perfect weather has finally returned to Belize…and while last week’s U.S. Thanksgiving holiday is the traditional start of Belize’s tourist season, [...]

Puga fired from post at prison

The embarrassing arrest of a senior prison official over the weekend has cost him his job. According to Chairman of the Kolbe Foundation John Woods, on Wednesday morning thirty-two year [...]

Courtenay elected to high post at Red Cross

News from Geneva is that Ambassador and former Foreign Minister Eamon Courtenay has been elected to a high post in the International Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement. In elections held today [...]

Cops investigate city thefts

Separate cases of theft this week have been keeping investigators busy. In the first incident, joy riders appear to be the culprits behind the disappearance of a Nissan Pathfinder on [...]

Two charged, one sought for 2005 rape

Tonight two accused rapists are out on bail while a third has yet to be detained. Reports out of Magistrates’ Court are that this morning twenty-year old Roman Petzold and [...]

Carnival Association donates motorcycle to police

There’s no doubt that the Belize Carnival Association runs a great series of events each September…but today the Association was in the news, not because they are jumping up, but [...]

Police gear up to make Christmas more secure

Williams also reported that efforts are already underway to beef up the department’s anti-crime activities during the Christmas season. Sr. Supt. Chester Williams, Deputy O.C., Eastern Division “We will be [...]

Bea Searle succumbs to cancer in U.S.A.

Tonight we regret to bring news of the death of Elvira “Bea” Searle. Mrs. Searle, co-founder of Belize Global Travel Services and the wife of well known businessman Johnny Searle, [...]

Men wanted for march against domestic violence

The period between Garifuna Settlement Day and Christmas is a hectic one in Belize as our thoughts turn to celebration, gift giving, and, not insignificantly, finding the funds to pay [...]