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Dorian Pakeman’s Traffic Death Charges under Review; Will Drug Test Play a Role?

Missing cocaine certification and tainted blood; that’s what police are investigating in the case of the Director of Press Office Dorian Pakeman, who is now on unpaid leave. Dean Dawson, [...]

Tampering Suspected With Blood of Accident Victim

The missing information is one thing, but police also confirmed today that there was tampering with the blood sample for Dawson that was sent for testing at the National Forensic [...]

Deandre Nembhard Was In Wrong Place at Wrong Time – It Cost Him His Life

A minor was murdered in the wee hours of the Tenth of September. From all accounts, seventeen year old Deandre Nembhard was not the intended target, but happened to be [...]

“Old Beef” Leads to Chopping of 2 Brothers

Rural Eastern Division Police are also looking Jessie Mejia; he is wanted for the chopping of the Tejeda brothers over the weekend. According to police, Mejia and the siblings were [...]

St. Joseph School Mourns Death of Standard Six Basketballer

The student body, as well as the faculty and staff of St. Joseph School, is tonight mourning the sudden death of a promising young athlete.  On Friday evening, twelve-year-old Daemon [...]

Chamber of Commerce Changes Course; Supports Senate Inquiry

The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry today confirmed that it has officially reversed its position and is now joining the social partners, as well the Opposition, in the call [...]

Channel Five was Correct; Chamber’s New Position Announced before Letter to P.M.

The letter from the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry is crystal clear. On Thursday, as we reported, a decision was taken by its executive that the private sector would [...]

Chamber to Work with Attorney General on Road to Signing Anti-Corruption Convention

The United Nations Convention Against Corruption is yet to be endorsed by the Government of Belize.  Despite the Barrow Administration not having signed on to the agreement, UNCAC, as it [...]

How Will Belize Treat Guatemala’s Response to Julio Alvarado Report?

The release of an O.A.S.-commissioned report, following a forensic investigation into the shooting death of fourteen-year-old Julio Rene Alvarado Ruano, has vindicated the Belize Defense Force and that has outraged [...]

P.M. Barrow Insists Senator Mark Lizarraga Will Not Chair Senate Inquiry Committee

In his press conference on September first, PM Barrow also went on record to dismiss the notion of the business senator as the chair for an investigation into the immigration [...]

Teachers’ Union Plans Further Meetings as P.M. Wonders About Industrial Action

The Council of Management of the Belize National Teachers’ Union met this past Saturday to receive reports from the ten branches concerning the emergency membership meetings held on Thursday. The [...]

Lyndon Kelly Charged for Murder on San Pedro

Four days after a stabbing death on the island of San Pedro, a fisherman has been charged with murder. Thirty-two year old Linden Kelly, originally from Dangriga, was arraigned in [...]

Kelly Street Resident Warns Of Live Wires on Ground, One Month after Hurricane Earl

Maria Alamilla, a resident of Kelly Street in Belize City, came to our studios today. Her worry is that children, specifically those going to the nearby primary school at Ephesus [...]

Celebrating the Battle of St. George’s Caye in Belize City

It was first actually celebrated only more than a century ago, but the Battle of St. George’s Caye has become one of the two pillars of the September Celebrations – [...]

Rebecca Rath is New Miss Belize Universe!

Rebecca Rath was crowned the newest Miss Belize and, after ten years, will represent the country in the Miss Universe Pageant to be held on January thirtieth in Manilo, Philippines. [...]

Police United Prepare for Crucial Match Vs Pachuca in Champions League

National football champions of Belize, Police United Football Club, have been off to a rough start in their maiden CONCACAF Champions League appearance. They lost four goals to nil to [...]

Corozal Free Zone Fires Security Caught Snorting “Narcotic”

Social media has been abuzz with numerous comments and shares over the past few days, following the posting of a video purportedly showing a security officer at the Corozal Free [...]

Belize Territorial Volunteers Host First Ever Eco-Challenge Race to Sarstoon Island

The Belize Territorial Volunteers have announced the first-ever Sarstoon Island Eco-Challenge event for Saturday, September seventeenth. The expedition leaves from Barranco village pier to race to Sarstoon Island and back. [...]

Taiwan Government Donates to Keep O.A.S. Office in Adjacency Zone Open

Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to Belize, Benjamin Ho, on Saturday delivered a donation from his government to Belize’s Lawrence Sylvestre, Chief Executive Officer of the Ministry of [...]