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Police capture Dangriga’s most wanted in Belize City

He’s been on the police wanted list since Monday night after four Chinese businesspeople were attacked, two of them fatally in Dangriga Town. But four days later the law has [...]

Two busted for drug trafficking

A villager from Bullet Tree Falls, Cayo will be spending three years behind bars after pleading guilty to Drug Trafficking. Thirty year old Miguel Angel Mendez was nabbed around eleven [...]

Eight year old alleges carnal knowledge

Ladyville police are investigating a report of Unlawful Carnal Knowledge upon an eight year old. The minor, accompanied by her mother, told police that on several occasions this year while [...]

Security guards appear in court for theft of wire, bicycle

Security guards are hired to protect person and property, but today one employee was charged for failing to do his job. Forty-four year old Phillip Estrada, a security guard at [...]

Sgt. Tyrone Bradley is Belize City’s Officer of the Month

It is not often that we hear good things about the Police, but today the department gave credit where it is due and honoured fourteen of its employees. In a [...]

Telemedia, Mirage donate to C.Y.D.P.’s socialization project…

The Conscious Youth Development Program received a much needed boost to a project today when two companies donated seventeen thousand dollars. Telemedia handed over a cheque for twelve thousand dollars, [...]

While A.D.M. and S.S.B. give to NEMO and Red Cross

Donations continue to pour in for flood victims and the organizations that assist them. The latest good Samaritans are the Social Security Board and the Archer Daniels Midland Company, better [...]

Telemedia: achieving universal access requires support of G.O.B./regulators

Today was the final day of the sixth annual conference of the Organization of Caribbean Utility Regulators… and telecommunications was the topic taking centre stage. Among the presenters this morning [...]

Cancer Society opens refurbished conference room

“We need you today, you might need us tomorrow” is the motto of the Belize Cancer Society and one family that has taken that phrase to heart is the Skeens. [...]

Diabetes Association raises awareness with walk

November is commemorated as Diabetes Awareness Month and the Belize Diabetes Association is raising awareness with a number of events leading up to World Diabetes Day. The activities kick off [...]

War veterans to be remembered on Sunday

Remembrance Day is a day set aside to give thanks to all those men and women around the world who served in the two world wars. Belizeans and residents of [...]

Dancing, bingo, and art exhibit are what’s happening in Belize

Do you like dancing, bingo, chicken wings or art? Then listen up because tonight’s edition of What’s Happening Belize has got them all. Hey I’m Safiyyah and this is What’s [...]