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Belize National Teachers’ Union consultations on 9th Amendment

The views of the Belize National Teachers Union (BNTU) have always been a litmus test of the people’s views on issues. The BNTU has not given any comment on the [...]

Shooting incident occurs at home where previous murders occurred

Just before news time, Lawrence Elijio was shot on Jasmine Street, which intersects with Marigold Lane. We’ll have more details on that shooting later, but it is in the area [...]

B.D.F. shoots Guatemalan with high powered rifle

The Belize Defence Force, the Guatemalan military and OAS representatives convened today in Santa Elena, Petén.  The meeting is taking place on the heels of an incident along the border [...]

Frank’s Eddy needs potable water

Frank’s Eddy is a growing community on the Western Highway and the gateway to some of Belize’s many wonders. Thousands of tourists trek through the village and visit businesses along [...]

UNICEF Report says school success hindered by lack of school supplies

UNICEF released a study on the status of women and children’s development today. Women and children are lagging behind in education and according to the report school success is hindered [...]

Government says findings of UNICEF Report need to be taken seriously

After receiving the full report, the Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega and Minister of Social Transformation Eden Martinez acknowledged the need to take the findings seriously, while the Leader of [...]

2 year old drowns in P.G.

A family in the south of the country is mourning the loss of a loved one. A two year old drowned in Punta Gorda on Tuesday, when the child went [...]

3 Belize City men on charges related to city burglaries

Three Belize City men appeared in Magistrate’s Court today on charges related to two burglaries which occurred in the Old Capital over the weekend. The Lawn and Garden Depot on [...]

Electrician charged for fight inside police station cell

A twenty-nine year old Belize City electrician got himself in trouble on Saturday night while visiting San Pedro. Twenty-nine year old Kareem Eagan was in detention at the island’s police [...]

More manatee deaths; are mariners to blame?

In recent times, a growing number of manatees have turned up dead along the coasts. Researchers believe that the manatee population is under threat. This morning, an injured sea cow [...]

Original songs and amazing performances at KTV Duets!!

Who will earn the bragging rights of being the first KTV Duets champ? It’s too soon to tell, but on Tuesday night the Group A duos showed the fans and [...]