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Pathologist says murder is work of serial killer

The public immediately considered her victim number five of a serial killer, but the police were not so quick to jump to conclusions until they had the results of the [...]

Teen reported missing since Monday

In what we are hoping is not related news, a 14-year-old girl was reported missing today in Belize City. Although the teen disappeared on Monday after school, the family did [...]

GOB says more Belizeans should work in agriculture

This week’s Cabinet meeting included discussions on ways to encourage Belizeans to seek work in the banana and citrus industries, copyright legislation and protecting the Belize Barrier Reef. A subcommittee [...]

CARICOM heads support Belize

The Belizean four may be home to stay, but their ordeal in Guatemala continues to send ripples through the international community. At the conference of the Heads of Government of [...]

Two prisoners caught in Hattieville

Two of the inmates who escaped from the Hattieville Prison on Tuesday morning, have been apprehended by authorities. Salva Carballo and Jason Flowers were picked up last night at a [...]

Banana worker strangled

Investigations continue into the murder of a banana farm worker whose body was discovered Tuesday in Bladden, Toledo. A post mortem has concluded that 61-year-old Julian Zeyala Lopez was strangled. [...]

Dangriga finally to get new library

Construction will finally begin on the long awaited new library for Dangriga. The National Library Service announced today that funding has come through from the Ministry of Education as well [...]

TACA ends direct Miami flight

They originally suspended the service almost a year ago, but government pressure and requests from the Belize Tourism Board made them reactivate it in June. But even with alterations in [...]

Red Cross holds disaster training

The hurricane season may be months away but for once; Belize is trying to get a jump-start on things. Since Monday, various community leaders, representatives of the Belize Red Cross [...]

BERT gets air ambulance

This evening the Belize Emergency Response Team, BERT received a gift of a twin engine aircraft, to provide air ambulance service from Belize to the United States and Central America. [...]