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Engineer: Northern Highway in bad condition, but safe

On Thursday, residents living in the rural communities of the Belize District took a hellish ride into the city as flood waters found its way across portions of the Northern [...]

Forecaster reviews weeks past, previews weeks ahead

During the past few days we have seen the waters make their way to the Belize River Valley, collapse culverts on the Western Highway, erode portions of the Northern Highway [...]

P.S.U. pres. fires off angry letter to Agric Minister

In August several workers of the Belize Agricultural Health Authority (BAHA) were fired. The Public Service Union responded quickly, claiming that some open-vote workers and others were dismissed because their [...]

Novelo brothers’ assets questioned in “examination of means”

In Court today, an examination of means was held on the Novelo Brothers: David, Antonio, and Hipolito. Remember them? They are the trio behind National Transport Services, who previously owned [...]

Police & Forest Dept. seize truckload of illegal game meat

It’s no secret that Belizeans love game meat and that Asians have a taste for crocodiles, particularly the tail. Today the Police and the Forest Department had on display a [...]

Gun amnesty extended to end of November

The deadline to hand in unlicensed firearms and ammunitions to the police has been extended. The Ministry of National Security today sent out a press release informing the public that [...]

Man beats murder rap when witness fails to appear

In the Supreme Court today, twenty-one year old, Telswin Lara was freed of murder charges for the fatal stabbing of Bakary Logan. A nolle prosequi was entered when the only [...]

Adult and minor report sex crimes

A thirty-two year old woman from the Stann Creek District has reported that she was raped. The victim told the police that she was at home around nine p.m. on [...]

Security guards charged for Handling Stolen Goods

Two security guards are in trouble tonight after items stolen from their workplace were found in their possession. On Wednesday police visited the Partridge Street home of brothers, Herman and [...]

Farmers advised to vaccine cattle against blackleg disease

The total impact of the floods over the last couple of weeks is still undefined, but what we do know is that livestock is among the many sectors affected. Today [...]

Developer & San Pedro residents clash over mega tourist project

Balancing development and the environment is no easy feat as conservationists and developers have often bucked heads over projects. That is the issue tonight as a mega venture spurs major [...]

H.O.C. hosts Dia de los Muertos exhibition

An exhibit for the Day of the Dead or ‘Dia de los Muertos’, was opened today at the Belize City House of Culture. The display was organized by the Mexican [...]

Saffiyah wraps up weekend Halloween activities

If you are still at home trying to figure out your Halloween costume or decide which ghoulish function to attend, Safiyyah’s got you covered. Hey I’m Safiyyah and this is [...]