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Miguel Castillo, father of well known cyclist, murdered

Well known Santino cyclist Marlon Castillo has had his share of tragedy. Recently, Castillo was the driver in an accident that resulted in the fatality of his good friend Ariel [...]

Cinderella Plaza’s Taxi man, “Bull,” kidnapped and stabbed

Also on Thursday night, another unexplained brutality occurred; this time on the Northern Highway. A Belize City taxi driver had a horrific near-death experience. Forty-seven year old Rocliffe Orin Stevens, [...]

No Butane! 3 LPG Companies on strike

There is a countrywide shutdown of butane from three of the country’s largest suppliers of Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG). Since Thursday, supplies of LPG have been systematically dwindling by mandate [...]

Government and Butane Suppliers will meet on price impasse

The government will meet with the Central American Group of importers during the course of next week to arrive at an amicable solution.  However, GOB reiterates that it will not [...]

Resounding response from viewers about GOB bargaining with criminals

At the top of the newscast we told you about innocent citizens who have been targeted by violent criminals. The blood lust amongst gangs have been set on citizens rather [...]

What will GOB do to rehabilitate Banana Industry?

The banana belt in southern has been battered by three consecutive nights of intense thunderstorms, losing an estimated twenty to twenty-five million US dollars. Recovery is expected to take months [...]

Dem a talk ‘bout 9th Amendment; citizen disputes GOB figures

The government proudly announced after Wednesday night’s public consultations in Dangriga, that one hundred and thirty-six out of a total one hundred and seventy-eight residents in attendance support the ninth [...]

House Raffle raises funds for youth programs

Every year Crimestoppers would raffle a house as a fundraising effort to pay for rewards. This year, an organization that intends on developing the minds of the youth, is picking [...]

Students get scholarships

The Hol Chan Marine Reserve was established in 1987 and its Board of Trustees was later formed in 1994. It’s Belize’s oldest marine reserve and has expanded over the years [...]

Living Hope’s dream now a reality; school gets new building

Living Hope Preparatory School is a non-profit organization that caters for at-risk youths. That group includes first time offenders, students that failed the PSE and did not move on to [...]

Alleged shooters of Rodwell Williams to stand trial

The two men who were accused in 2010 of shooting the Prime Minister’s legal partner, Attorney, Rodwell Williams, will stand trial in the Supreme Court for attempted murder, use of [...]

Complications for men paralyzed while on prison bus

Two prisoners on remand for separate murders were left permanently paralyzed after a prison bus overturned on the Northern Highway back in May. Just over a week ago, both Crispin [...]

Belize recognizes Palestinian state

The government announced today that it is recognizing Palestine as a state. Belize is now on the same page with one hundred and twenty other countries who have also expressed [...]

WAMI; Conference on writers, artists, musicians and intellectuals

The first annual Writers, Artists, Musicians and Intellectuals (WAMI) Conference was held today in conjunction with the September Celebrations. The overview of the conference and introduction of the WAMI panelists [...]

Belikin Beer brews anew brewmaster

Belikin is the king of beer in Belize. And to keep the local brand in its top form, the company sent one of its employees to Europe to become skilled [...]

Safiyyah doubles up for the 10th of September

Thinking about treating yourself or a loved one to a fancy new toy? Well, Safiyyah has some ideas for you in this week’s What’s Happening Belize. She visited the newly [...]