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Pomona Man Charged for the Murder of Marta Gonzalez

Pomona resident, twenty-one-year-old Christopher Albert Bradley was charged on Wednesday for the murder of sixty-eight-year-old Marta Gonzalez. Bradley is accused of fatally stabbing Gonzalez on the chest and dumping her [...]

Dangriga Police Shoots ‘Boisterous’ Man

Dangriga resident, Nelson Jackson is tonight recuperating from a gunshot wound he received on the right leg. Jackson was shot by a police officer on Tuesday. At this morning’s press [...]

Eyewitness Say Jackson was not Boisterous

While that is the official police version of events, an eyewitness told News Five that Nelson Jackson was not being boisterous. Elizabeth Williams was nearby when the incident occurred. She [...]

B.D.F. Private Fidel Williams Taken to Merida (by Bus?)

There is an update tonight on the health of B.D.F. private Fidel Williams. While on duty, Williams fell from the deteriorating pier at the Sarstoon Forward Operating Base on November [...]

PC Steven Ferguson Laid to Rest by Police Department

PC Steven Ferguson was today laid to rest by the Belize Police Department in his home village of Hattieville. Ferguson died on November twenty-first in a house he was renting [...]

No Identity for Body Found, Croc(s) Ate Face and Limbs

Investigators are still unable to identify the body of a middle-aged, Hispanic man which was found on Wednesday in the Orange Walk District. The body was fished out of the [...]

Testimonies in Orel Leslie’s Prison Lawsuit Conclude Before High Court

Arguments concluded today in the courtroom of Justice Courtney Abel who is hearing the case brought against the management of the central prison, Kolbe Foundation, by a former inmate, Orel [...]

The U.S. Cuts Aid to Belize Due to Lack of Progress on Human Trafficking

The U.S. government has determined it will be withholding aid to Belize for various programmes. Earlier today, the State Department announced that President Donald Trump had signed off a decree [...]

Law Experts on Fair Trial at The Hague

Today in The Hague, the Belize media had the opportunity to sit down with two law experts in International dispute resolution from Leiden University in the Netherlands to weigh in [...]

Law Experts on Guatemalan Military in the Sarstoon

The media took the opportunity to discuss the ongoing challenges with the Guatemalan Armed Forces in the Sarstoon with the legal experts from Leiden University. Ambassador Dylan Vernon explained on [...]

What’s with the Wording of the Special Agreement between Belize and Guatemala?

Another hot-button issue that the media has been pressing for answers while at The Hague is the specific wording of the Special Agreement between Belize and Guatemala. The court would [...]

Sagicor Life Responds to Choice Bank Pension Holders

On Tuesday, two former employees of Choice Bank Limited vented their frustration at Sagicor Life over their pension plan monies. Former Chief Operating Officer, Brian Stypul and former Chief Compliance [...]

Transparent B.P.O. Bus Bursts Into Flames

A Transparent B.P.O. bus burst into flames this morning.  The incident happened between miles eight and nine on the Philip Goldson Highway at around six-fifty-five. Ladyville police and firefighters responded, [...]

5 Persons Ran Over by Enraged Man

Five persons are at the Western Regional Hospital receiving treatment after they were allegedly run over by an enraged common-law-husband. Thirty-two-year-old Darrell Alexander Usher was slapped with a number of [...]

B.P.D. Receives 500 Bulletproof Vests

Earlier this month, police officer Osbourne Martinez was fatally shot while responding to a robbery in progress at Belcove Hotel in downtown Belize City. Following his death, many questioned the [...]

IV Meeting of the Bze-Guat Joint Commission

The fourth meeting of the Guatemala-Belize Joint Commission was held on Wednesday at the Office of the Organization of American States in the Adjacency Zone. The meeting was to discuss the [...]

HelpAge International Concludes Sub-Regional Conference

A sub-regional conference of HelpAge International concluded today at the Ramada Princess in Belize City.  Six countries in region examined a convention that was signed in 2015 under the Organization [...]

Communication Training for Auditor General’s Staff

The Auditor General’s office wants to make its reports more user-friendly. Simply put, it is so that the lay man and woman can easily understand and use the documents. So, [...]

Labour Inspectors do 4-Day Train the Trainers Child Labour Law Course

The Ministry of Labour has been partnering with the U.S. Department of Labour to strengthen systems to address child labour.  As a part of the works being done, a curriculum for [...]

Resource and Resiliency Centre to be Constructed in San Ignacio

The C.C.C.C.C., headquartered in Belmopan deals with the environmental concerns of the entire Caribbean. On Wednesday, in San Ignacio, ground was broken for the construction of a resource and resiliency [...]

The Final Leg for Miss Universe Belize, Jenelli Fraser

Miss Universe Belize, Jenelli Fraser, is currently in Taiwan en route to Bangkok, Thailand for the international pageant to be held on December sixteenth. Fraser has gone through extensive training [...]

Artlchemist Exhibition Launches at the Mexican Institute

At this time at the Mexican Institute in Belize City, an exhibition is officially opening. This exhibit will showcase a wide collection of artwork from a pool of seven artists [...]