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Butane Tank Explodes; 3 Persons Are Hospitalized

Tonight, three persons are the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after a fire broke out inside a home on the corner of Mopan and Mahogany Streets in Belize City, dangerously close [...]

Call of Duty Video Game Ends With Real-Life Execution

A Belize City man from Racecourse Street, who was shot just after midnight on Sunday, died hours later at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. Twenty-two-year-old Emerson Talbert and two other [...]

2 Adults and a Minor Arraigned for San Pedro Home Invasion

A U.S. expat Clifford Kirk remains hospitalized in the United States where he was flown to for emergency medical treatment following an attack on his life. Kirk’s house is located [...]

A Treasure Trove of Guns, Ammunitions and Drugs Seized in Chan Chen

No one has been detained, but police on Sunday afternoon made a massive bust of drugs, firearms and ammunition for the AK forty-seven rifle in northern Belize. The police proceeded [...]

Hopkins Resident, Busted in San Pedro, is Charged for Belize City Murder

Two months later, police have cracked the murder of Jason Sutherland which occurred on May third. Twenty-nine-year-old Sutherland was in his yard on Cemetery Road when he was shot by [...]

Cabinet to Discuss Diasporans’ Concerns

There are two issues that appear to be in conflict and are consuming the national debate on the ongoing re-registration. There is the issue of how the law treats Belizeans [...]

Immigration Minister Addresses BUFERHD’s distress

Another bone of contention relates to naturalized Guatemalans who are allowed to re-register and vote.  The group says that allowing them to so do is in violation of the constitution [...]

16,670 Re-registration Applications, So Far

Since last week Monday, sixteen thousand, six hundred and seventy applications have been received by the Elections and Boundaries Department as part of the mass re-registration exercise. A release from [...]

Fire in San Pedrito Area Leaves Coconut Leo Homeless

A string of fires has been affecting the island of San Pedro. Over the weekend, another erupted on the island of San Pedro and left yet another person without a [...]

An Elderly Expat in Toledo District is Victim of a Home Invasion

A shooting took place in the City early on Friday afternoon and luckily two persons who were injured were treated and released from the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. It happened [...]

A Bus Driver Loses an Eye in Vicious Chopping Incident

An unsuspecting bus driver was chopped as he let off a passenger. Late last week, twenty-five-year-old Arnulfo Muñoz, a resident of Armenia was transporting employees from Santander Factor to the [...]

2 Persons are Arrested and Charged for the Robbery of New Fortune Restaurant

Belize City police have nabbed two suspects whom they believe were involved in a robbery on King Street on Friday.  Twenty-year-old Sherwin Santos was arrested and charged for the daring [...]

BSWaMA to be Returned Crow-footed Office Items and Vehicles

The office of Belize Solid Waste Management Authority was crow-footed recently when it failed to respond to several letters written by attorney Naima Barrow on behalf of Vision Architects.  Since [...]

Xate on the Rebound inside the Chiquibul

The Friends for Conservation and Development says that xaté stocks are recovering in the Chiquibul. An assessment done this year shows that eighteen thousand seven hundred and fifty xaté plants [...]

Coastal Executive Officer Shares Plan to Police Islands

It’s been just over a week since Superintendent Reymundo Reyes took over as Coastal Executive Officer of the Police Department with responsibility for La Isla Bonita and La Isla Cariñosa, [...]

11 Belizeans to Study Medicine in Cuba

The Cuban Embassy hosted a farewell event for students who are leaving Belize to study medicine in Cuba. The scholarship programme started some twenty years ago, under the leadership of [...]

Minister Godwin Hulse on Santander: ‘The Offence is Not that Egregious.’

In June, the multimillion-dollar international company, Santander was slapped with financial fines by the Export Processing Zone Committee. This was after it was discovered that Spanish company had been selling [...]

Western Regional Hospital Gets Major Improvements

An extension of the Accident and Emergency Unit at the Western Regional Hospital officially opened today to receive patients.  The new wing, worth more than two hundred thousand U.S. dollars, [...]

Ladyville Police Gets 2 Motorcycles

Two Honda motorcycles were donated to the City Council Traffic Department by Fantasy Five winner Hernan Serrano.  Today, the generous bus owner was in his home village to handover two [...]

54th Annual Meeting of the Caribbean Food Crops Society

Belize is hosting the fifty-fourth annual Meeting of the Caribbean Food Crops Society. The five-day regional conference started today with the participation of various international and regional organizations. Stakeholders will [...]

US President Trump Cuts Funding for Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre

United States President Donald Trump believes that climate change is a hoax started by the Government of China. The Trump Administration has proceeded to cut back on domestic and international [...]

Weekend Sporting Activities with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend sporting activities…]