Belize - Belize News - - Great Belize Productions - Belize Breaking News
Home » December, 2010 You are currently browsing entries posted in: December, 2010

GOB to lose millions of dollars as British Government is ending jungle training in jewel

There is grave news to report tonight that will put the government out of pocket by millions of dollars. Today’s edition of London’s based Telegraph newspaper, reports that the British [...]

Peter King Contreras confesses to killing his mother-in-law

Peter King Contreras confessed to strangling his mother-in-law to death. Earlier today, the chef from Ladyville was escorted to court and arraigned for murdering Argentina Arevalo Garcia. Contreras was intercepted [...]

And murder of Argentina still shocking to family

The accused is Peter King, the ex common-law husband of Leslie Garcia, is also the father of her two children. The murder of Argentina is a shocking blow to the [...]

Hurricane Richard’s victims will celebrate a brighter Christmas

But in more positive news, victims of hurricane Richard will celebrate Christmas a little brighter. The Belize Red Cross today provided funding to victims from two communities that were ravaged [...]

Are the former National Transport employees being used for political football?

Tonight’s question is: Do you think that the workers of the former National Transport, who were released due to foreclosure, are being used for political football? Send your comments and [...]

2010/2011 sugar crop season officially open

The 2010/2011 sugar crop season officially got underway today following a multimillion dollar bailout from the Government of Belize after weeks of uncertainty. The Belize Sugar Industries Limited faced a [...]

Price of diesel goes up again

The prices of petroleum have continued to rise steadily since 2008.  Already since the beginning of December, the prices of regular, premium and diesel have gone up. On Tuesday night, [...]

Former Chief Justice sworn in as a Justice of the Bahamian Court of Appeal

Former Chief Justice of Belize, Dr. Abdulai Conteh, is now a Justice of the Bahamian Court of Appeal. Governor-General of that Caribbean country, Sir Arthur Foulkes, swore in the former [...]

Justice finally getting served for watchman, Roberto Carlos

A Corozal Freezone watchman survived a brutal attack back in February 2008 and almost three years later, he is finally getting justice. Roberto Carlos left work at about three a.m. [...]

Carlos Chuc, accused sex offender

A Santa Elena man is in trouble with the law tonight after a fifteen year old student reported that they had been having sexual relations. The minor claims she met [...]

131 students of Stella Maris get their Christmas Party courtesy of Belize Bank

Earlier today, a Christmas party was held for the children of the Stella Maris School. The special needs school is in our neighborhood and as much as we could in [...]

Esso Terminal prepares if disaster hits in an emergency simulation

Sirens blared as fire trucks and an ambulance raced down Central American Boulevard en route to the Esso Terminal near the Port of Belize. Traffic was redirected in the area [...]

Western Dairies; Milk it does the body good

In Spanish Lookout the dairy industry continues to flourish. Western Dairies produces a range of products such as milk, cheese and ice cream. I visited with them for a firsthand [...]