Belize - Belize News - - Great Belize Productions - Belize Breaking News
Home » July, 2001 You are currently browsing entries posted in: July, 2001

Police tactics again come under fire

Relations between the Police Department and residents of some of Belize City’s most heavily patrolled neighbourhoods continue to deteriorate as officers have once again been accused of reckless and indiscriminate [...]

“Public has nothing to fear,” says top city cop

“There is no need for the public to be afraid of the police.” That was the response made by Senior Superintendent of Police Crispin Jeffries when asked by News Five [...]

Car recovered, but not robbery suspects

While police have not been able to make an arrest in the Friday the thirteenth jacking on Coney Drive, they have recovered the car used in the robbery. The blue [...]

No Gov’t doctor, family pays for post-mortem

A traffic accident on Friday night has claimed the life of twenty-three year old Francisco Aldana, a labourer of Calcutta Village, Corozal District. Police say eighteen year old Ivan Castillo, [...]

Jehovahs hold convention in Ladyville

Last weekend Belize’s Jehovah Witnesses held the first of two conventions on the grounds of their Ladyville Assembly Hall. Over fourteen hundred people turned out for a series of symposiums, [...]

Belize moves up on development index

The United Nations Development Programme has release its annual “Human Development Report.” That study, presented yesterday to the Prime Minister, ranks 162 countries according to a set of criteria, which [...]

New track to be installed at stadium

The project has been talked about for years, but it has taken a five medal Olympic performance by a daughter of the soil to send it toward the finish line. [...]