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M.O.H. confirms death of Toledo teen due to chronic disorder

  The Ministry of Health is tonight confirming the death of a seventeen year old from the Toledo District due to a chronic disorder. We reported on Wednesday night that [...]

Matthew Williams remains detained in connection with alleged human smuggling

Matthew Williams remains in detention at the Ladyville Police Station where he is being held in connection with an alleged human smuggling ring. On Wednesday morning, the Orange Walk resident [...]

Eric Chang; Belize City’s new Deputy Mayor

A new Deputy Mayor has been elected to City Hall. Councilor Eric Chang, in a recent election for Deputy Mayor of Belize City, was unanimously chosen by his peers at [...]

Family of Gregory Faull asks U.S. senator to assist with getting justice for his death

John McAfee has settled back in the United States, but the woes of the anti-virus founder are still not over. That’s because the family of Gregory Faull from Florida has [...]

More city streets to be under repair; commuters to pay inbound toll

The Belize City streets are undergoing major repair works but that is the source of frustration to motorists who have through a maze to get their destination. As part of [...]

B.T.L. Park under construction

The Mayor has his eyes on another venture in the city. A restoration project which will see the B.T.L. North Side Park expanded, remodeled and beautified is currently underway in [...]

Science Fair at Saint John’s College

The grounds of St John’s College, was buzzing with activity today as students from numerous schools dropped by for the high school’s science fair. There were a number of innovative [...]

Trio charged for trying to steal boat engine

  Last Tuesday night, three men were found in the compound of the Port of Belize near an engine that had already been removed from a boat. This morning, nineteen [...]

Accused murderer freed

Forty-four year old Guatemalan national Edilio Rios, accused of the 2008 chopping death of Pedro Arturo Romero, is free of murder charges after spending almost five years in remand.  Rios, [...]

Generator missing from hospital compound

An investigation is ongoing into a missing generator from the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. The gen set is the property of Gary Longsworth; the hospital’s C.E.O. and was apparently stolen [...]

Anti-doping testing for Belizean athletes

Five athletes picked at random will be undergoing anti-doping tests. The results will determine future participation in international games. The National Anti-Doping Organization of Belize is collecting samples from five [...]

A new book to add to your collection

Belize has an ever increasing number or musicians and artists, but one art form that has not moved at a similar pace is writing. Zee Edgell still holds prominence as [...]

Virus transmitted by mosquitoes threatening the health of horses and humans

A mosquito borne disease is posing a threat to the health of horses and humans. The virus that is known as V.E.E. has been detected in two districts but it [...]

Healthy Living; chicken pox and shingles

Chicken Pox is a notorious childhood disease that many children are exposed to. Although extremely uncomfortable there is usually a bit of relief; that is because it is believed that [...]