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Police officers taken to court for largest cocaine bust

Twice today, downtown Belize City came to a standstill. The immediate area around the courthouse was cordoned off as five officers were whisked into court for arraignment on drug related [...]

Police constable Rodney Williams in court for Carnal Knowledge

It was not a good day for cops today; in the same court of Chief Magistrate Margaret Gabb McKenzie, another was arraigned on criminal charges. He is twenty-four year old [...]

Chaos at the Tourism Village

It was more of the same on Day Two of the Sustainable Tourism Program which involves the controversial zoning of the Fort Street Tourism Village. Thousands visitors disembarked the four [...]

More organizations condemn Government’s actions against Channel 5

The Barrow administration has blocked public officers from communicating on an individual basis with Channel Five. As a result of the government embargo, they can’t communicate with us unless other [...]

Bladden Nature Reserve under threat from xate poachers

A fly-over of the Bladen Nature Reserve, bordering with Guatemala, provides a bird’s eye view of the rich vegetation of our tropical forests. The protected area, however, is being systematically [...]

Belizeans show better understanding their human rights

On the occasion of Human Rights Day 2010, the Human Rights Commission of Belize says that it notes that there is now better understanding of the issue among Belizeans.  The [...]

Meeting of minds at Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico

The 2010 United Nations Climate Change Conference has been taking place in Cancun, Mexico since November twenty ninth. About two hundred national delegates and thousands of staff, scientists as well [...]

Ministry of National Security vehicle in collision on Western Highway

An accident occurred on the Western Highway this afternoon between twelve-thirty and one p.m. Two vehicles were coming from the direction of Belmopan to Belize City when the incident occurred. [...]

Crime continues in the Old Capital

We reported on Wednesday night about a shooting Faber’s Road that left two men with injuries to the leg. That occurred just before six o’clock and within an hour, gunshots [...]

As many as 23% of women abused by partners

There are many forms of abuse against women; domestic, sexual or physical. A study conducted by a relatively new organization has found that as many as twenty-three percent of women [...]

UNICEF shows support to Belize by signing cheques

The relief efforts following the category one hurricane that hit Belize on October twenty-fourth are still ongoing and donations are still coming in. This week the Ministries of Education and [...]

Bite into Healthy Living’s segment on teeth

It’s the Christmas season, so there is bound to be an abundance of cakes, chocolates and other sweets. It’s also a good time to exercise extra care in your oral [...]

Taxi Operators upset about zoning of Tourism Village

It was Day One of the new zoning project at the Fort Street Tourism Village. But instead of having the desired effect of bringing a semblance of order to the [...]

Burrell Boom and Crooked Tree villagers want Castro gone

Edmund “Clear the Land” Castro was stripped of his ministerial portfolio as Minister of State for Works on November twenty-fourth, but his woes are from over. A Belizean living abroad, [...]