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Due to the Independence Day celebrations, the next newscast will be on Tuesday, September twenty-third.

Customs officers charged in case of missing container

Police have charged two senior and a junior Customs officer who are suspected of conspiring to fraudulently release a container believed to be filled with the illegal drug, Pseudoephedrine. The [...]

Police on the hunt for suspected serial rapist

Police need your help in apprehending a suspected serial rapist who has been targeting women in the Saint Martin’s and Collet areas of Belize City. Police believe nineteen year old [...]

Three men accuse of carnal knowledge in P.G.

Like rape, the act of engaging in sexual intercourse with a minor under the age of sixteen is a criminal offence under Belizean laws. But judging from the frequency with [...]

Argument leads to stabbing in Bullet Tree Village

Police are looking for a man in connection with a stabbing that occurred on Thursday night in a Cayo village. According to police, they received reports of the incident and [...]

Businesses hit by burglars in Bz. City and Dangriga

Sometime between five p.m. on Wednesday and early Thursday morning Fabro’s Glass Limited was burglarized. The business, which is located on Victoria Street, was robbed of just over nine thousand [...]

Bz. Bank claims victory in another round with G.O.B.

Back in August when the Belize Bank was forced by the Central Bank Appeals Board to return the ten million U.S. Venezuela grant to the government coffers, the Belize Bank [...]

BML: CITCO’s irregular cheques affecting business/workers

Three weeks ago, workers from the Belize Waste Control took to the streets in protest against the Belize City Council for not making its payments in a timely manner. Today [...]

Int’l and local specialists look to improve agriculture

For the past two days, fourteen specialists from Central America, South America, and the Caribbean have convened at the Biltmore Plaza in Belize City to discuss agricultural development. CATIE (Kathy-eh), [...]

Australian government donates $30,000 to Red Cross

June of this year, Tropical Storm Arthur wreaked torrential havoc in the north and south of the country. Since then, the Belize Red Cross has been working tirelessly to assist [...]

Media report: Taiwan/Bze to sign oil exploration agreement

Media reports coming out of the Republic of China indicate that Belize and Taiwan will sign an oil exploration agreement. The announcement came at a diplomatic reception in Taiwan and [...]

Over 2,000 students attend pre-independence day rally

It’s an annual event held just before Independence Day and this year was no different as primary school children from throughout the country gathered in their respective district for a [...]

A look back at Independence Day 1981

And just as the school children waved their Belizean flags in celebration of our nation’s independence; we are reminded of the very first time the Belizean flag was hoisted twenty-seven [...]

Safiyyah outlines weekend’s independence activities

There’s plenty to do this Independence weekend. So if you’re looking forward to partaking in the traditional flag-raising, having a few laughs at the comedy show or just to soak [...]