Belize - Belize News - - Great Belize Productions - Belize Breaking News
Home » March, 2010 You are currently browsing entries posted in: March, 2010

Frederick Flowers murdered in hail of bullets

Murders, they have become the norm in the City Streets, and they are now becoming as frequent in daylight. Just before nine o’clock this morning, the life of twenty-three year [...]

Video records thieves robbing gas station

Not only are daylight murders becoming common, but daylight robberies are also on the rise. Earlier this week we reported on the robbery of the Social Security funds from its [...]

Robbers escape with $415,000 from SSB

The official amount stolen in the Monday afternoon hold-up at the Social Security office in Belize City has still not been released, neither by police or the Social Security office.  [...]

Wendell Mottley is new non-executive chair of BCB Holdings

A major change was announced today at BCB Holdings. This afternoon, via press release, word came that Wendell Mottley has moved up as non-executive chairman of the group. He succeeds [...]

City Council G-7 denounce embattled Mayor Moya Flowers

Remember the G-Seven? That was the name given to seven ministers in the past PUP administration who broke ranks, resigned and were eventually reinstated. Well, it’s not exactly the same, [...]

Mayor Moya Flowers says councillors are petty

But the Mayor would not have any of it.  She told us that the Councillors are being petty and explained that she did not storm out of the meeting, but [...]

Mayor Moya says election of deputy mayor was legal

Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers explained why she deemed the election of Willoughby as legal. Zenaida Moya Flowers, Belize City Mayor “Dion wanted a re-election of Deputy Mayor. That is the [...]

Opposition leader weighs in on imbalance in new taxes

All over Belizeans are reeling from the announcement of the new taxes to come on line beginning April first through which government will be raising close to one hundred and [...]

Two persons charged for murder of Glenford Matura

Two persons have been charged in connection with the cold blooded murder of twenty-nine year old Glenford Matura. Matura was murdered at about seven o’clock on the morning of March [...]

Two stabbing incidents on Ambergris Caye

Belize City may be deemed murder capital but even the idyllic and peaceful La Isla Bonita is facing a crime wave.  Over the recent weeks several incidents have marred the [...]

National Coastguard’s $3 million outpost on Calabash Caye

Patrolling the length and breadth of Belize’s maritime sovereignty is an arduous task that pits law enforcement officers against international criminals’ intent on using our waters as a conduit for [...]

B.E.L. offers reward for saboteurs of poles

Since the start of the year there have been three incidents, which Belize Electricity Limited calls sabotage, to its power lines. The vandalism has inconvenienced residents with outages that lasted [...]

Women’s summit celebrates achievements and breaks barriers

Advocacy for gender equality has seen women take on more commanding roles domestically and professionally.  In 2005 upon the completion of the Millennium Development Goals the United Nations declared that [...]