Belize - Belize News - - Great Belize Productions - Belize Breaking News
Home » January, 2006 You are currently browsing entries posted in: January, 2006

Flooding cuts off Western Highway…

Weather is often a news maker in Belize, running the gamut from hurricane to drought. Tonight’s big story is flood. Generated by unseasonably heavy rains in the northern half of [...]

…While Belize City residents suffer a soaking

And while the flooding in the rolling hills of Cayo went down just as fast as it came up, for residents of a city barely above sea level, it was [...]

Bizarre shooting/suicide attempt leaves shooter critical

Thirty-five year old Charles Grant, a special constable attached to the Tourism Police Unit, remains in a very critical condition at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after he tried to [...]

Detained prisoner dies in police custody

A suspect has died while in police custody. Forty-five year old David Gallego of Ladyville had been detained on Monday pending charges of handling stolen goods. On Tuesday morning around [...]

Burglars sentenced to seven years in prison

Two men have been found guilty of burglary and sentenced to seven years each in jail. Eighteen year old Shane Bahadur and twenty-one year old Bruce Reneau received their jail [...]

Unconfirmed reports: Prosser will lose B.T.L. shares to bank

Two weeks ago we reported on Jeffrey Prosser’s troubles in a Delaware courtroom; tonight it appears that he’s about to lose one of his major assets to the bank. Reports [...]

Mercy nuns sponsor walk and fair

The Sisters of Mercy will be praying for fair weather on Saturday as the convent celebrates more than a century of service in Belize with a five mile walk and [...]

Bike race will connect Belizean ancient Maya sites

If walking isn’t your thing, on Sunday cycling enthusiasts will congregate in the Toledo district for the start of the first annual Temple to Temple Cross Country Bicycle Expedition. The [...]

Voting rolls swell as election approaches

According to the Elections and Boundaries Department, when the cut-off date for new registration of voters passed on January tenth, a whopping two thousand, one hundred and seventy-seven people had [...]