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Armenia Stunned by Murder of Guatemalan Resident

A four-year-old boy on Monday afternoon stumbled into the body of a villager from Armenia, Cayo. The child thought the man was drunk, but as it turned out, Carlos Humberto [...]

NICH “Snitched” on Yhony Rosado’s Taxes

Businessman Yhony Rosado is recognized in the tourism industry for pioneering cave-tubing activities at Nohoch Che’en.  He is also an outspoken social activist who has stood up to the government [...]

G.S.T. Screwed Up Service?

Having been denied an opportunity to explain to the department where they are purportedly mistaken in their calculation of his taxes, Rosado turned to Chartered Public Accountant Cedric Flowers.  According [...]

Yhony Rosado Puts Fate in Court’s Hands

So, how will Rosado’s mounting debt be resolved?  According to the tour operator, he is headed to court and the judge’s decision on a final dollar amount will determine how [...]

Survivors in Recovery, Family Forgives Driver in Fatal Accident

Seventeen-year-old Aurora Sanchez, the lone survivor in a fatal crash that killed her mother and stepfather over the weekend, remains in stable condition and is recovering from injuries received during [...]

ComPol to Review Case of Rogue Cops on Camping Trip

Two police constables attached to the Placencia Police Substation are in big trouble and their fates lie in the hands of the Commissioner of Police tonight after multiple reports from [...]

Defence Ministry Explains Why B.D.F. Senior Officers Are Not Ready to Retire

Tonight, the Ministry of National Security says four officers who have reached retirement age are well within the law to remain in the Belize Defence Force.  Late last week, documents [...]

Eleven-foot “Wowla” Removed from Constitution Park Residence

Our following story is not for the faint of heart, so if you’re not a fan of snakes, you may want to exit.  Belizeans have grown used to sharing our [...]

Call Center Employee Charged in Clinton Abraham Shooting

Twenty-six-year-old Transparent B.P.O. employee, Eugene Mark Anthony Fraser is on remand at the Belize Central Prison tonight after being arraigned for the use of deadly means of harm and wounding [...]

Ex-Servicemen Manager Fighting for Parking

Almost a month ago, the Belize City Council implemented a ‘no parking’ regulation for the left side of Newtown Barracks, between the Ex-Servicemen’s League Building and MJ’s Building near Ninth [...]

Does Established Organization have “Squatter’s Rights?”

Richardson says she has so far failed to get the ear of either Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley or City Administrator Candice Miller, not to mention Traffic Manager Kevan Jenkins. [...]

Fatal Accident Reported

Fifty-five-year-old Preston Coleman, a cab driver from Belmopan, lost his life in a road traffic accident on Monday afternoon.  In a report issued by the police department, officers responded to [...]

Minister Defends Regulations, but Pharmacists Disagree

There was debate in the House of Representatives on the adjournment on October twentieth, 2017, when Minister of Health Pablo Marin responded to Orange Walk South area representative Jose Mai [...]

“Sugar” on the Rise – More Women at Risk

Diabetes is on the rise across the world. More than four hundred million persons are living with the disease and women make up those hardest hit by this growing epidemic. [...]

Book Celebrates Teaching Pioneers from Toledo

Much of the history of Belizean education, especially outside of Belize City, has been shouldered by the Garifuna population. These men and women braved often treacherous conditions in the deepest [...]

How to Celebrate the 19th in Belize City

It is mostly coincidental, but today’s book launch does line up with the run-in of activities leading up to Garifuna Settlement Day this coming weekend. Garinagu in Belize and elsewhere [...]

Wrapping Up Successful Film Festival

There were seven winners at the just concluded Belize International Film Festival, including three Belizeans. At the closing of the successful twelfth edition, Belizeans won in Best Short Film, Most [...]