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Tropical Storm Harvey to pass over Belize on Saturday

The weather system that rose from the Eastern Caribbean now has a name and it’s Tropical Storm Harvey. Harvey’s strength is about forty-five miles per hour and is expected to [...]

NEMO’s machinery activated and country on alert

At six o’clock this evening Tropical Storm Harvey, the first weather system expected to make landfall in Belize since the start of the 2011 Hurricane Season, was positioned two hundred [...]

Garifuna Collective loses a soulful brethren to murder

The mean streets of Belize City have been soaked with the blood of accused criminals and ex-cons but every so often, productive members of society get caught up in the [...]

Waking up to masked men during a home invasion

A family home and business were robbed on Thursday after two masked men held them up with machetes. They were getting ready to start their day when the robbers caught [...]

“Macho Man” believed to have been gored by bull

On Wednesday we told you about the Hispanic man whose decomposing body was found at a farm where he stayed. The caretaker’s nude and gored body was discovered shortly before [...]

Missing girl returns home

In another update, twelve year old Ashley Janixta Perez of the Toledo District had been reported missing by her foster mother, Veronica Grant. Perez left her home in Emery Grove [...]

Venezuela’s Notiven, VTV and Globovision questions identity of Belize drug plane

A super king air plane landed on the Southern Highway on November tenth, 2010. It resulted in the largest drug bust ever in the history of Belize. According to the [...]

Fake cop faces real charges in Court

While the jury is out on the legitimacy of the Venezuela plane, the court in Belize is listening to charges on the infamous fake cop, Aaron Wilson. Wilson has beaten [...]

Robbery charges against Jermaine Belgrave are dropped

And while Wilson’s case will no doubt be before the courts for some time, thirty-one year old Jermaine Belgrave had charges of robbery and aggravated assault dismissed on Thursday afternoon. [...]

City kids Get up and Run

For the past five weeks, the Belize City Council has been hosting its Get Up and Run Summer Camp. Participants were involved in sports including basketball, track and field, football, [...]

Made in the USA Exhibit focuses on Agricultural Industry

The Embassy of the United States of America launched the tenth annual Made in the U.S.A. Exhibition this morning at the Fifth Floor of the Radisson Fort George Hotel’s Villa [...]

Junior Miss Independence Pageant at the Bliss

Six girls, ages eight to eleven, believe they have what it takes to take home the crown and the title of Independence Day Junior Miss 2011-2012. The annual pageant is [...]

Safiyyah suggests dining on “Madda Fish” for Stormy Weekend

We’re very sure that you’re weekend will be dedicated for Tropical Storm Harvey preparations. But if you have already made your emergency kit and have time to spare and a [...]