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Minister Edmond Castro Says U.S. Revoked Diplomatic, Tourist Visas

On the eve of the expected testimony at the Senate Special Select Committee of whistleblower on visas Alvarine Burgess, Minister of National Emergency Management and Transport and Belize Rural North [...]

Charges Withdrawn From Deshawn Ramirez; D.P.P. Says She Killed Her Husband in Self Defence

Deshawn Ramirez – she is the woman who was charged with her husband’s murder on Monday and remanded to prison. But tonight she is free, after the murder charge was [...]

Defence Minister Insists There Was Nothing Wrong with Bandits’ Trips on Coast Guard Vessels

While Castro is in the news tonight for the cancelation of his visa, Minister of Defence John Saldivar is pushing back heavily against claims of misuse of Coast Guard assets [...]

Body Found in Sea Near Corozal

This morning, the body of a man was found floating in the Caribbean Sea near First Avenue in the Bay of Corozal Town. The person has since been identified as [...]

About-turn: Majority Partners Assert Control; Say Rebecca Rath is Still Miss Belize

The plot thickens in the Miss Belize saga. Twenty-four hours ago, Miss Belize Rebecca Rath appeared to be stripped of her title by pageant director Opal Enriquez. Her family had [...]

Opal Enriquez Out as Pageant Director

Elrington and Malik take the position that the May twenty-sixth release was not authorized and nothing in it is official, and that as far as they are concerned Enriquez has [...]

New Belizeans Take the Oath

The hassle of applying for Belizean citizenship, in some cases several years in the making, has paid for a handful of immigrants who have found their home in the Jewel.  [...]

Placencia Peninsula Readies for Harvest Caye Tourists

After years of back and forth, visitors to Harvest Caye will finally be able to enjoy the natural wonders of the peninsula. Local tour operators and other stakeholders had been [...]

Man Discharged from Littering Charge

Thirty-three-year-old fudge vendor Glenford Tillett has been charged with littering after a run-in with police on Saturday. However, he was discharged of the offense by Magistrate Carlon Mendoza. Tillett was [...]

Grandmother Charged with Shoplifting

Sixty-five-year-old grandmother Martha Parchue returned to court today on a charge of theft for shoplifting in a popular supermarket. Parchue is accused of stealing Celebrity brand boneless chopped ham valued [...]

Guatemalans Illegally Cutting Mangroves to Trap Fish

In addition to illegal operation in Belizean waters, Guatemalan fishermen have been guilty of several offences, including use of gill nets and other illegal methods to capture fish. Recently they [...]

B.T.V. Accuses Foreign Minister of Not Doing His Job on Incursion Threat

Three weeks ago it was reported that the village of Otoxha has been dealing with a takeover of acres of territory by Guatemalan farmers seeking greater pastures. The farmers left [...]

S.J.C. Has New Music Degree

If you were thinking of pursuing music studies in Belize, you will now have a chance to do so. For the first time a local school is offering a degree [...]

The Gift of Mobility for Belize’s Disabled

Caribbean Motors in Belize City today hosted a special donation ceremony by the Saint Paul Lutheran Church of Fort Worth, Texas and the Central American Lutheran Mission Society, in association [...]

Kaina Tops for Kingsville, But Will She Run for Belize Again?

Thirty-one-year-old Belizean Olympian athlete Kaina Martinez has completed her track career at Texas A and M University-Kingsville. She had three top finishes in the 2017 NCAA Division Two Outdoor Athletics [...]

Thousands Take a Walk Against Cancer

Over five thousand persons put on their walking shoes and trekked the nine-mile walk from Ladyville to Belize City in the annual Cancer Walk. Saturday’s walk saw families and friends [...]