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Shot to the Groin; Domestic Violence Victim Turns Gun on Common-law Husband

A victim of domestic violence took matters in her hand this morning; she shot her common-law-husband at her house on Vernon Street.  After the shooting, she fled in a van, [...]

Chef Cameron is Cleared of Marijuana Cultivation Charges

Cameron Usher Senior first came to prominence in September 2017 when they Gang Suppression Unit raided a weed farm in Lucky Strike, where Usher and his son Kelvin, were seen [...]

Day 1: Belize Bank Vs G.O.B. over UHS Multimillion-dollar Debt

A legal battle for more than ninety-five million Belize dollars was back in court today before Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin. The Belize Bank Limited is continuing its quest to collect [...]

Will G.O.B. Accept Belize Bank’s Settlement Offer?

As you heard, the Financial Secretary was ordered to discuss the Bank’s settlement offer with the Prime Minister. But according to Attorney General Michael Peyrefitte, the government has already made [...]

Accused of Human Trafficking, Honduran Woman Denied Bail

Also in the Supreme Court, a Honduran woman, who is accused of human trafficking, was denied bail by Justice Colin Williams. Lourdes Guerrero Moreno is accused of making a thirty-six-year-old [...]

The Crack Down At Vital Statistic Unit

Reports emerging out of the Vital Statistics Unit today are that four employees have been terminated. The employees are accused of issuing a fraudulent birth certificated to William “Danny” Mason, [...]

Drowning in Belize: A Closer Look

Drowning is the third leading cause of unintentional injury death worldwide; it accounts for seven percent of injury-related deaths globally. But the World Health Organization says that the figure may [...]

All Fuel Prices Decrease

Fuel consumers across the country are rejoicing tonight at a decrease in fuel prices. Premium gasoline went down by eighteen cents from eleven dollars and fifty cents to eleven dollars [...]

FinSec Says Economy Experiencing Real Growth

The Financial Secretary also offered comment about the state of the country’s economy.  Earlier this year, an internal memo issued by Joseph Waight was leaked. In that memo, Waight pointedly [...]

BELTRAIDE Educates Entrepreneurship Ecosystem on “Angel Investment”

Belize Trade and Investment Development Service, in collaboration with the European Union, hosted a one-day workshop on financing options available through the Angel Investment methodology. Belize is one of four [...]

BFCA says BFF Must Stay in its Own Lane

In recent weeks, the Belize Federation of Fishers’ raised concerns about a number of developments in the fishing industry.  The federation called out the Gillnet Task Group, saying that gillnet [...]

BFCA Says No to Gillnets Ban

…and on the matter of gillnets, Fuller and Dawson say fishers are not in agreement with a ban on gillnets. They note that fishers resoundingly agreed not to get rid [...]

The Man Who Wore Khaki

Well-known Belizean historian Lita Hunter Krohn has chronicled, as well as taught the history of the Jewel for many years.  Her work as a student and scholar in the study [...]

A Day of Testing at Stella Maris During Disability Week

Disability Week is being celebrated countrywide and in Belize City today, a special clinic was being held at Stella Maris where children with learning disabilities, including dyslexia, were being examined [...]

The 2019 Inspiration Calendars and Agenda Are Now Available

The Inspiration calendar has become a feature at this time of the year for the past eight years.  It is a unique calendar that carries the work of children with [...]