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Businessman Omero Campos Remains Missing After Being Abducted from San Narciso on Sunday

The family of a San Narciso businessman is with bated breath tonight following his kidnapping on Sunday. Omero Campos left his family and home in the village heading to his [...]

Community and Police Team Up to Arrest Fleeing Robber after DK Holdup

DK Supermarket is located at the entrance of the City where road works are ongoing. That location is heavily trafficked by commuters on foot as well as by vehicles. All [...]

Stepfather Shamir Myvett is Charged for the Accidental Shooting Death of Daisy Acevedo

The family of six-year-old Daisy Acevedo is still reeling from her shooting death on Monday morning in San Pedro, reportedly at the hands of her two-year-old sister.  Despite the family’s [...]

Andrew Willoughby is Convicted of the Murder of 11-year-old Daniel Matura

The shooting death of an eleven-year old boy shocked his family and the community back in May 2012. Six years later, the court has found that Andrew Willoughby is guilty [...]

PM Barrow Addresses Increases in Fuel Prices

Two weeks ago, in a press release G.O.B. promised that the prohibitively high fuel prices would go down at the next shipment. Well, that has shipment arrived. But over the [...]

The Cabinet Reshuffle Explained…

Since it is the first time today that the media had the ears of the Prime Minister in recent times, the issue of the cabinet reshuffle was raised. Up until [...]

…PM Barrow Responds to Opposition on Senator Barnett’s Re-assignment

Minister Hugo Patt takes over command at Natural Resources on June twenty-fifth, succeeding a string of four ministers in recent years in a Ministry that has been rife with corruption.  [...]

Top 25 PSE Performers are Recognized by Education Ministry

This year’s brightest students are from all across the country from both private and public schools. Today, the top twenty-five students of the Primary School Examination were hosted at the [...]

A Permanent BDF Presence in Otoxha Village

There have been persistent illegal activities in western and southern Belize. The most recent reports was from the village of Otoxha in the deep south. Villagers have complained that Guatemalan [...]

PM Weighs in on Barbados’ Economic Crisis

On assuming office, one of the first actions of Prime Minister Mia Motley of Barbados was to turn to the I.M.F. for assistance in developing an economic reform plan to [...]

Are the Advantages of CSME Being Felt in Belize?

Speaking at a conference in Guyana on June eighth, the former Prime Minister of Jamaica, Bruce Golding, said that the Caribbean Community needs to undertake direct consultations to ensure the [...]

A Fatal RTA in Toledo Claims the Life of an Elderly Cyclist

Sixty-eight year old Adolphus Selvin Bahadur was knocked down and killed in Toledo this morning. Sometime around seven-thirty, Bahadur was on a bike on the outskirts of Forest Home, some [...]

Solid Waste Management Part 2 is Unveiled During Contract Signing

Today the signing of contract for infrastructure work under the Solid Waste Management Project Two took place in Belmopan. The Solid Waste Management Two is a continuation of project one [...]

Marie Sharp Re-branded with a New Line of Products

You may not have noticed as yet, but your favorite Marie Sharp’s jams and jellies are looking a bit different now. The iconic Belizean brand recently underwent a re-branding of [...]

Famed Pepper Sauce Maven Prepares to Pass on the Baton

It is hard to imagine that it was over thirty-seven-years ago that the famous entrepreneur started producing our favorite Belizean peppers, jams and sauces in her kitchen. Since then the [...]

Jazz Festival Kicks Off in The Jewel

If you’re a jazz enthusiast, music fan, or just someone who’s looking for some new entertainment, then the following story will surely interest you. This week, Belize is hosting the [...]

Cuban Jazz Artist Irving Ferreyro to Perform in Belize

One of the artists featured in this year’s line-up is Irving Ferreyro, a pianist and improviser from Cuba. Ferreyro shared with us why he’s looking forward to participating in this [...]

NICH Announces 2018 Song Competition

Earlier this month, NICH issued a call for submissions to artists, amateurs as well as professionals, in the junior and senior categories, to enter their original work into the national [...]

What’s the Theme for This Year’s September Celebration?

The national September celebrations are quickly approaching and earlier this month we told you about the invitation for submissions for the theme for this year’s September Celebrations. The theme, which [...]