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Taz is Murdered Near Majestic Alley, Police Say No Connection to Francis Gill Execution

Three persons are in detention for the murder of Arthur Flowers, a well-known car washer stationed at the Majestic Alley Taxi Stand which is located not far from the Queen [...]

Another Suspected Drug Plane Spotted in the South?

The frequency of drug planes landing in northern Belize is on the rise and cause for great concern. But tonight there is a report of a suspected drug plane landing [...]

Los Zetas and New Generation Jalisco Cartel Have Links to Belize?

The rate at which these drug planes are being landed in dirt roads is tainting Belize in the international press as a safe haven for drugs. Months ago, a Facebook [...]

Belize City Woman Charged with Drug Trafficking

A Belize City woman is tonight facing drug-related charges. Thirty-one-year-old Felicia Samuels was busted with seven parcels of marijuana by Corozal police on Monday morning. Samuels was at the Corozal [...]

Police Charge Technician for Allegedly Shooting 2 Men

Accused of shooting two men, thirty-year-old Moamar Andrew Zelaya was charged with grievous harm today by police. He was also charged with possession of a firearm, while under the influence [...]

Leader of Opposition sounds off on “Christmas Cheer”

Government will be disbursing six-hundred-and-fifty-thousand dollars for its annual Christmas cheer programme. At the last sitting of the House, Prime Minister Dean Barrow made no apologies about the distribution of [...]

90K Worth Xmas Décor Vanished under Previous Corozal Town Council

Still on the subject of Christmas cheer, the Corozal Town Council called on Minister Pablo Marin to put some of the twenty-five-thousand dollars towards its activities for the holidays. The [...]

Crime Stats: Major Crimes Up, but not in South Side Belize City

Today at its Training Academy in Belmopan, the top brass of the Police Department gathered to look at criminal activities in the country, from a national standpoint. According to records, [...]

Robberies, Burglaries – Ring of Thieves Rounded Up

In recent times, however, there has been a spike in robberies and burglaries not only in Belize City, but elsewhere across the country. The Police Department has gone on record [...]

BPD Launches Its Christmas Anti-Crime Operations

The Christmas season is here and it means criminals will be roaming the streets.  To ensure that businesses and the citizenry don’t fall prey to these criminal elements, the police [...]

C.E.O. George Lovell Says State of Emergency was a Success

During the national celebrations in September, a state of public emergency was declared on two areas of south side Belize City. Over forty persons were rounded up and put away [...]

Ballistic Vests Distributed to Police Officers

A few days ago, the top brass of the Belize Police Department was gifted five hundred pre-owned bulletproof vests by the Miami Dade Police Department through the Association of Caribbean [...]

Leader of Opposition Reflects on ‘Chendo’ Urbina

An official funeral service was held at La Inmaculada Church today for former Ambassador Rosendo “Chendo” Urbina, who was laid to rest in Orange Walk.  Urbina, the founder of the [...]

Who Will Be 2018’s Best Coast Guard Warrior?

The Best Warrior competition started today at the Belize Coastguard Headquarters. During the next four days, participating law enforcement officers will compete to test their mental and physical acumen in [...]

Libertad Security Man Falls to his Death

A security officer of Libertad Village, Corozal died from blunt force trauma to the head a week ago. On November twenty-fifth, Corozal police were called to the Corozal Community Hospital [...]

San Narciso Man Reported Missing

Concern is growing tonight for eighteen-year-old Brian Fred Nicholson of Trial Farm Village. He has not been seen or heard from for days. His mother, Clarissa Mai, told Orange Walk [...]

A National Review of Crime in Belize

The top brass of the police department gathered today in the capital for the first conference dubbed COMSTAT.  The intention is to move to a system that will provide the [...]

$1.7 Million in Green Microfinance for Belize

On Monday, the Belize Credit Union League signed a project with the Inter-American Development Bank Lab to boost climate resilience for farmers and fisherfolk through green microfinance in Belize. Under [...]

MOH Launches School Mental Health Literacy Project Training

The Ministry of Health kicked off its Mental School Health Literacy project. A training of trainers’ three-day workshop, in partnership with PAHO and the Ministry of Education, aims to help [...]