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Murdered in front of Healthcare Partners

There was a fatal shooting this afternoon in the city and it’s another tragedy for the Lewis family of Fabers Road. They are still mourning the loss of eight-year-old Marquis [...]

High Level Meeting on Shooting of Guatemalan

A Guatemalan national was killed on Saturday along the western border in the Chiquibul. The foreign Minister of Guatemala, Harold Caballeros and his vice minister flew into Belize today to [...]

Guatemalan Minister speaks on other incidents

The Guatemalan Minister also raised a red flag that there have been other incidents in the past which were not triggered by Guatemalans. And while investigations are ongoing, early reports [...]

Defence Minister speaks on investigations into incident

There was another meeting that took place this morning involving Defence Minister Carlos Perdomo and B.D.F. Commandant Dario Tapia. Perdomo established that there were four patrols. According to Perdomo, the [...]

Both Foreign Ministers say that Belize/Guatemala issue to head to ICJ

The two Foreign Ministers also addressed the issue of the Belize/Guatemala claim. Both concurred that the matter will be heading to the International Court of Justice. Wilfred “Sedi” Elrington “Both [...]

Chief Elections Officer explains why $8,000 signatures rejected

The referendum on oil exploration has been rejected. It’s a major setback for the Belize Coalition to Save our Natural Heritage that collected a total of twenty thousand, one hundred [...]

Untrained public officers examined signatures

Fourteen public officers, who had not training on calligraphy, were commissioned to scrutinize the petition list of twenty thousand signatures over a period of two months. Tamai says that in [...]

Oceana Belize not giving up on referendum

The Belize Coalition to Save our Natural Heritage intended to hold the referendum on the same day of the general and municipal elections on March seventh. And according to one [...]

Lavish spending to seduce the electorate

In other news, leading up to the Christmas, the government undertook what it calls the Constituency Assistance program. U.D.P. area representatives and standard bearers were able to access forty thousand [...]

“George Price: A Life Revealed” in London

In London this past Tuesday, attorney and author Godfrey Smith launched the book George Price: A life revealed. The event was organized by the Institute of Commonwealth Studies and the [...]

John Briceño object to 100s of registrations

Before the announcement of the date for general elections, there was a rush to naturalize thousands of immigrants and register them to vote. One U.D.P. Minister even admitted to paying [...]

Residents challenge their name removed from voter’s list

Meanwhile in Belize City, eleven Port Loyola residents are challenging the removal of their names from the voters list. The matter came up before Chief Magistrate Ann Marie Smith this [...]

Andrea’s Fast Food gutted in fire

A popular food vendor on Albert Street lost everything on Wednesday night when a fire swept through her business. The owner of Andrea’s Fast Food has been operating out of [...]

Extra house Store owner robbed of $100,000

A Belize City businessman of Extra House Store was robbed on Sunday of over one hundred thousand dollars in cash and today two persons, including a minor, were arraigned before [...]

On the campaign trail in Carolyn’s Collet

In Wednesday’s newscast we interviewed Collet area representative Patrick Faber as part of our campaign trail series leading up to the March seventh General Elections.  In the interest of objectivity, [...]

Independents and 3rd parties go national

If you don’t want to go red or blue on Election Day, third parties and independent candidates are making their way onto the ballot slip for March Seventh. The Vision [...]

Exhibition by People with Diverse Abilities

Ten percent of Belize’s population are persons with diverse abilities and they want you to picture their reality. In a photo exhibition launched this morning at the Institute of Mexico, [...]

Ambassador comments on buses crossing border

This morning, Ambassador of Mexico to Belize, Mario Velasquez, hosted the media at a breakfast at the Institute of Mexico. After he engaged the journalists in a discussion about current [...]

Reality Youth Valentine Concert at the Bliss

There’s another concert to look out for. Reality Youth, a Belizean artist, who is famous for spreading the message of God through his music, says he will be on fire, [...]

Healthy Living says stand up and stretch

Chances are you may be sitting and watching this newscast and if you’ve been locked in for the past hour, then here’s some very important medical advice: you need to [...]