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Guyana Rice Blocked at Big Creek Port

A shipment of milled rice from Guyana arrived at the Big Creek Port in southern Belize overnight where it remains at present. At the port, all was quiet and calm [...]

P.U.P. National Convention Will Be Held in Belmopan

Following the official announcement of three aspiring leaders for the P.U.P. on December fifteenth, the party held a National Executive meeting at Independence Hall this afternoon to determine details of [...]

International Abduction Case of Baby Nina Barrera Perez Adjourned

Baby Nina Charlotte Barrera Perez will remain in a foster home through the Christmas holidays, as the matter was adjourned in Family Court today. The two year old was removed [...]

Mother Analiz Gutierrez Remains Hopeful That She Will Retain Custody

Analiz Gutierrez was in court and clearly distraught that the matter could not have been resolved in today’s hearing. She told News Five that she is disappointed that her daughter [...]

Gutierrez Says She is Afraid to Return to Guatemala

If the court rules that baby Nina was indeed removed from the country illegally, then the child will be ordered to be returned to Guatemala. Gutierrez would then need to [...]

US Embassy donates Boats and Gear to Belize Coast Guard

Two significant donations were made today by the US Government. We start with the Belize Coast Guard which received a variety of equipment to bolster operations of national security in [...]

Forensic Science Service Receives Cutting Edge Equipment

Another donation by the U.S. Embassy was granted to the National Forensic Science Service in Ladyville in the form of cutting edge equipment.  A gas chromatograph mass spectrometer machine, also [...]

US Embassy Will Provide Training

Training for use of the equipment will be provided by the US Embassy, and Director Henderson says that in January, a staff member returns with a master’s degree in forensic [...]

11 Injured in Afternoon Accident on the Phillip Goldson Highway

There was an accident on the Phillip Goldson Highway this afternoon at around one-thirty. According to reports, a white pickup being driven by Corozal resident Fernando Chan was between mile [...]

Mexican Earthquake Rocks Belize

At about one-fifty this afternoon, the tremors of an earthquake were felt in many parts of Belize and Guatemala. The earthquake rumbled in Tonala, Chiapas, in southern Mexico and registered [...]

Santa Cruz 13 Vindicated

The Santa Cruz Thirteen appeared before Magistrate Emerson Banner on Wednesday to an unexpected retraction of the charge of unlawful imprisonment.  That is after the group of villagers was trooped [...]

Former B.S.I. Employee’s Wrongful Termination Suit Dismissed

A B.S.I. employee was terminated after thirty-one years on the job as an Electrical and Instrumental Technician.  He took his case to court in hope of being re-instated or in [...]

Construction Worker on Bail for Drug Trafficking Charge

Belize City Construction Worker, thirty year old Sherlock Herrera, who was busted at his home allegedly in possession of one hundred and eight grams of cannabis, is out on bail [...]

800 Families Celebrate Christmas Thanks to the Salvation Army

Eight hundred needy families will be celebrating Christmas with goodies courtesy of the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas hamper drive. The first group of families received their grocery packages at three [...]

Healthy Living – Yoga, the Natural Remedy for Overindulgence

Let’s be honest, in exactly one week, the inundation of food and drinks will be upon us. For some of us, it really doesn’t matter how many times we tell [...]