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Guatemala deports McAfee to the U.S. without Samantha

John McAfee has been deported from Guatemala to the United States after spending a week at a detention center for illegally crossing the border. This afternoon, he boarded a flight [...]

Taxi drivers in the Capital protest relocation

There was a protest this morning in the nation’s capital, where taxi drivers find themselves at odds with the Belmopan City Council. The cabbies are outraged that the number of [...]

Another bust of illegal harvested rosewood in Toledo

There is a breaking story out of Toledo tonight where the illegal trade of rosewood continues at a brisk pace. At four p.m. today, a joint operation by Police and [...]

Here comes the M.I.T., highway cops looking for contraband

It’s the time of year when contraband is at an all time high but there’s now a unit in place to monitor the highways and borders to curb the illegal [...]

Mexico sends military to help build road to international bridge

The Mexican Senate has authorized eleven members of the Mexican Army to cross the border of Belize and assist in the construction of a section of the road that links [...]

Government tries to end Oceana’s case before it gets underway

The Elections and Boundaries Office disqualified eight thousand and forty seven petition signatures that could have triggered a national referendum on the issue of offshore exploration and drilling. That set [...]

Businessman David Gegg avoids prison by paying some of his GST

Businessman David Gegg, owner of Discovery Expedition and Cruise Solutions Limited, made an appearance in court this morning after eluding the GST on Tuesday.  The GST had issued a committal [...]

Stann Creek Store Clerk busted for carnally knowing 15 year old girl

Twenty-one year old Evan Alex Ortiz, a store clerk of Bella Vista Village in the Stann Creek District, appeared unrepresented before Senior Magistrate Sharon Frazer today where he was charged [...]

Lucky Boy, once emaciated jaguar, makes a comeback

At the Belize Zoo, Lucky Boy met the media today. On the previous occasion when we reported on the black jaguar, he was severely malnourished after months of neglect while [...]

CASHU’s Community Clinic for Belize Rural Villagers

A community health clinic was inaugurated today to provide free medical services primarily to communities in the Belize district. The facility is located at the Boom cut-off on the Philip [...]

Man mauled to death by dogs in Stann Creek

There’s a disturbing report from the Stann Creek District where a man has been mauled to death by two dogs. The victim is sixty-seven year old Clyde Ku, who was [...]

Newly renovated library inaugurated at the Anglican Cathedral College

The Anglican Cathedral College is boasting a newly renovated library through collaborative efforts with the Belize Natural Energy Charitable Trust. The students and staff of the ACC joined in the [...]

Red Cross says climate change affecting Jane Usher Boulevard

The Jane Usher Boulevard area is usually in the headlines for negative reasons, but tonight there is some positive news coming out of that community. The Belize Red Cross has [...]

Red Cross video proves poverty in Jane Usher and surrounding areas exists

As part of the project, a ten minute video was also launched highlighting the work that the Red Cross has been doing in the Jane Usher Boulevard area and how [...]