Belize - Belize News - - Great Belize Productions - Belize Breaking News
Home » February, 2011 You are currently browsing entries posted in: February, 2011

US Tourist dies during snorkeling trip

We start the news tonight with the story that a US tourist died during a snorkeling trip today offshore Belize City.  The cruise tourist, fifty-nine year old Dianna Lynn Meschling, [...]

COLA camp out in front of PM’s office a success

A major decision has been made by Cabinet in respect of oil exploration. In our newscast on Tuesday we reported that members of COLA, FECTAB, BGYEA and environmentalists had camped [...]

Offshore drilling goes to referendum; OPIC block shelved

Earlier we told you about the government’s decision to save one point four million acres of the sea from further oil exploration licenses. While COLA raised awareness on the issue [...]

Dog chopped with machete to free infant’s head from its mouth

An ambulance was called to the Antelope Street area this afternoon. Neighbors responded to the frantic call of a mother whose young daughter was being attacked by a family dog. [...]

Investigations ongoing into the stolen Beechcraft airplane

The Beechcraft 65 airplane with registration XBLRP that took off from the Philip Goldson International Airport on Saturday morning left a trail of smoke and doubt about how it left [...]

Viewers support the call for a referendum

Government has agreed not to re-issue any oil concession in the area that has been given up by OPIC, the Taiwanese state owned company.  It is some progress but there [...]

St. Lucia’s government will not pay pension for Justice Barrow

On January twenty-fifth, Justice Denys Barrow announced his sudden resignation from the Court of Appeal. The reason he advanced was that he was going back to private practice because his [...]

Planned tourism demonstration fizzles; vendors want old location

The planned demonstration by handicraft vendors outside the craft market in the tourism zone did not proceed today because a meeting between their union President and the Belize Tourism Board [...]

Las Vegas Casino security guards still behind bars

The boss of Las Vegas Casino in Corozal and three of his security guards were detained in Chetumal and sentenced to ten years in Mexican prison following a brawl that [...]

Charge dismissed against Special Constable who assisted Gambis

Just over a year ago, Special Constable John Myvett, was on duty at the Belize City Magistrates Court when Keon Williams, also known as Gambis, was denied bail on a [...]

Hurricane victim, Frank Santos still waiting for help from NEMO

It has been a little over three and a half months since Hurricane Richard ravaged parts of central Belize leaving in its wake a number of displaced families and millions [...]

This Valentines K.H.M.H. attends to heart conditions

Despite some apprehension when the donation was first offered last year, there is now the opportunity for specialized treatment at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital for patients with heart conditions. [...]

KTV Latino Group A contestants sing their hearts out

KTV Latino lived up to its reputation as the most caliente show in town. In the first round of competition in Season Two, seven hopefuls belted out a wide repertoire [...]