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Bishop O.P. Martin Laid to Rest in Belmopan

Belize gave a fond farewell this afternoon to first Belizean-born Bishop of the Roman Catholic Church in Belize, the Most Reverend Osmond Peter Martin. The eighty-six-year-old Bishop Emeritus was memorialized [...]

Orange Walk Man Killed While Intervening in Domestic Dispute

A man in the north was stabbed and killed by his cousin over the weekend.  Police are still looking for the killer and the family of the deceased believes that [...]

Minor Boy Shot at Home in Belize City

In the city…a minor is tonight recovering at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital from gunshot wounds to the feet following a shooting on Sunday night in Belize City.  Around eleven [...]

Belize Bank/CIHL and G.O.B. Back in Court

The first stage of an application by the Belize Bank Limited, supported by Caribbean Investment Holdings Limited, to discharge an injunction granted by Justice Michelle Arana restraining the company from [...]

Both Sides Prepare for Further Court Battles

As previously reported, Caribbean Investment Holdings Limited has filed a Constitutional claim challenging the validity of the Central Bank (International Immunities) Act and the Crown Proceedings (Amendment) Act. Those matters [...]

6 Year-Old Girl Struck Down in Accident

Tragedy struck on Sunday night in Belize City when a six-year-old girl was knocked down and killed sometime before seven o’clock. Ashanti Pollard and her mother Dawn Swasey were walking [...]

New C.C.J. Judge Denys Barrow Says Dreams Do Come True

Senior Counsel Denys Barrow is a few months away from becoming Belize’s highest ranked appointed judge regionally. He will join the bench of the Caribbean Court of Justice in Port-of-Spain, [...]

Dale Trujeque Rises to Lead C.W.U.; Says Teachers are Example for Working Force

Veteran labour officer, human resources manager and labour and industrial relations expert Dale Trujeque now heads the Christian Workers’ Union. Elections took place at the annual general meeting over the [...]

Gales Point’s Artie Myers to be Retried for Child Sex Accusation

This afternoon at two o’clock, three judges of the Court of Appeal handed down a written judgment in favour of convicted prisoner, Artie Myers.  The Gales Point Manatee resident was [...]

Police Seek Prison Escapee in Belmopan

Belmopan police are reporting the apparent escape of a prisoner from the Central Prison at Hattieville sometime over the weekend.  The escapee has been identified as one Jonathan Trigeros Galan. [...]

Fire Razes House in Dangriga

A fire in Dangriga has completely destroyed a house and partially destroyed another. Sometime around one-thirty this afternoon, a two-storey wooden house and its contents were gutted by the blaze, [...]

Enjoying Art on the Streets of the Old Capital

The seventh edition of the anticipated Street Art Festival took place over the weekend in the downtown area of Belize City. The arts were in full display, from paintings to [...]

Will Stevedores Finally Get Their Collective Bargaining Agreement with Port of Belize?

The C.W.U.’s membership is at about nine hundred and stretches across the country from north to south and east to west: Belize City Council and Central Bank to Saint Martin’s [...]

Beach Footballers Return with Modest Success

The National Beach Soccer Team of Belize returned to the country today following its participation in the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship 2017 held in the Bahamas. Team Belize won four [...]

Premier League Football and Elite League Basketball on Sports Monday

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. [Feature on weekend sporting highlights....]