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Guatemala Drug Kingpin deported from Belize

There is confirmation tonight that alleged Guatemalan drug dealer Otoniel Turcios Marroquin was caught in San Ignacio this past Monday. We can also confirm that Turcios has been handed over [...]

Hurricane Richard sheds light on poverty

The official estimate of the damages of Hurricane Richard has now increased to close to fifty million dollars. The latest assessment says that damage to housing is fourteen point five [...]

Is paperwork slowing down response to Hurricane Richard?

It’s five days after hurricane Richard stripped many Belizeans of all they had and tonight, there are still victims waiting for assistance. The supplies are available, but are the relevant [...]

SSB still undecided on the investment in Telemedia Shares

The Social Security Board was to decide today whether or not it was to invest fifty million dollars in Telemedia shares. But that didn’t happen because the representatives from the [...]

Toys for Tots Team feeds hungry hundreds affected by Hurricane

The stories and struggles of Richard’s victims are telling. The poverty levels have plunged even lower and many families in the Yarbrough area are managing without basic amenities. Food and [...]

Horror stories of Hurricane Richard’s presence in Hattieville

You’ve seen the hardships for families living in tents in the Yarborough area of the Belize City but the human suffering extends to other areas. Our news crew was in [...]

Former Minister Eduardo “Dito” Juan attacked by robbers

Delahnie Bain, Reporting Former politician, Eduardo “Dito” Juan, who now manages the Cayo High Road Cycling Team, was viciously attacked at around four-thirty p.m. on Thursday when he arrived at [...]

UB student and former Corozal beauty queen charged with Murder

The Corozal ex-beauty queen, who allegedly instigated the killing of her friend because she wanted her baby, had two additional charges levied against her today. Nineteen year old Aracely Cahueque [...]

Men charged with shooting Rodwell Williams are offered bail

Attorney Rodwell Williams, the law partner of the Prime Minister, was shot on June first as he left his law firm on Albert Street. He was badly wounded and had [...]

Gov’t approves BGYEA’s subdivision of Harmonyville

People who had been seeking to get land at the newly renamed area at miles forty-one and forty-two on the Western Highway called Harmonyville will be pleased to hear that [...]

Altar of the Dead/El Dia de los Muertos celebrated

While some Belizeans have adapted Halloween from North America, in Belize, the traditions of two cultures are being kept alive by the National Institute of Culture and History, NICH.  For [...]

Safiyyah with the Post Hurricane Party Plans

Get your costumes ready and prepare to be spooked because we’re heading into the Halloween weekend. There are costume parties happening countrywide for both youngsters and adults, which means there [...]

Fisherman still missing at sea

On Tuesday, we reported on the incredible story of the survival and endurance of Edmund Forte who was caught in the eye of Hurricane Richard on Sunday. He along with [...]

Hurricane victim ready to overcome loss in Gales Point, Manatee

When Hurricane Richard battered the central and southern districts on Sunday, thousands were affected in some form or the other. Gales Point Manatee in southern Belize District was immediately in [...]

P.M. travels to Barbados to meet with Board of Governors of the C.D.B.

There’s enough anguish in the wake of the category one hurricane that hit hard on Sunday. An official preliminary estimate of the damage stands at thirty-three million dollars, but the [...]

Should the delivery of supplies to hurricane victims be more expeditious?

The effects of Hurricane Richard are still being felt but many believe that NEMO’s hurricane preparedness plan is working. We put that question to our viewers and the response from [...]

Resort’s swift recovery after the hurricane

The Fort Street Tourism Village was desolate today. Carnival Cruise Lines cancelled its scheduled port of call. It similarly did so on Wednesday claiming that navigation aids were not up [...]

Guanacaste & St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Parks closed

The Belize Audubon Society co-manages several national parks in the country. Three facilities have recently been damaged and two of them have been severely ravaged by Hurricane Richard. While you [...]

Belizeans for Justice gives to hurricane victims

On Tuesday Belizeans for Justice expressed disappointment over the DPP’s decision not to charge Sergeant Paulino Reyes for the March shooting death of Corporal Gavin Sanchez at the San Pedro [...]

Youth who was shot by cop, now charged for burglary

A sixteen year old was shot on Wednesday morning by the police in the St. Martin’s de Pores Area. The minor and his stepfather were on their way back home [...]

Former Court of Appeal President recognized by UWI

The former President of the Court of Appeal, Elliott Mottley left Belize last Thursday. His tenure of more than a decade did not end on a happy note. The distinguished [...]

Women in Politics

The statistics do not look good for women in politics. For starters, there currently is not a single woman in Cabinet and the few at the municipal level have taken [...]

Most Outstanding CSEC Candidate is SJC’s Dorien Villafranco

Students from nineteen countries sat the Caribbean Secondary Education Certification exams (CSEC), also known as CXCs, earlier this year. The results are in and guess what?  For the first time [...]

Classes resume for SJC

Also at Saint John’s, classes for high school students will resume this Friday and the students are reminded that the scheduled student council event is still on, so is the [...]

Healthy Living explores post hurricane health risks

This week, Healthy Living looks at the health risks posed by Hurricane Richard. As you know, the affected victims are still living in unhealthy environments, which are breeding grounds for [...]