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Suspect detained for questioning about Jasmine Lowe’s murder

Jasmine Lowe’s murder continues to send shockwaves and galvanize communities across the country. Tonight, police can confirm that one man, a taxi driver from the Cayo area is in custody [...]

Prayer and candlelight vigil for Jasmine

Supporters of the Lowe family are holding a vigil tonight and another is planned for Saturday night. If you are unable to attend the San Ignacio prayer vigils for Jasmine [...]

P.M. speaks candidly about wife’s heart

Prime Minister Dean Barrow returned on Thursday from Miami where his wife is recovering from heart complications related to her breast cancer treatment. On arrival, the PM spoke at length [...]

Immigration Scandal again: Chinese obtain Belmopan visas before they reach Belize

On Wednesday afternoon an AeroCaribe flight from Havana, Cuba arrived at the PGIA. Amongst the passengers was a group of sixteen Chinese nationals who raised suspicions. They all received visas [...]

Independence Village Court now in session

The opening of a first magistrate court in a village took place today. The Chief Justice says it is fulfilling a legal requirement; with that the court was inaugurated in [...]

The buzz about who won the Coca Cola Spelling Bee!

The National Spelling Bee finals took place this morning in Spanish Lookout. It was a nail biting experience for the twelve participants, but in the end a student from Toledo [...]

CARSI’s U.S. $1.1 Million for youth initiatives

The United States Embassy says it will be providing over a million U.S. dollars towards programmes geared toward at risk youth. The funding from the CARSI initiative will go to [...]

Dredging in the biological corridor; is it a crime?

More details have become available on the development taking place within the Labouring Creek Jaguar Corridor Wildlife Sanctuary. The Environmental Research Institute of the University of Belize says that along [...]

Mother held on drug trafficking charges

Deborah Myvette, an employee at the Housing Department, appeared in court today to answer charges of drug trafficking following the discovery of separate quantities of cocaine inside her West Street [...]

Crack in the club

Four persons, including a senior citizen, have been arrested for a small quantity of crack cocaine found stashed away at Mike’s Club in Belize City. The four persons include the [...]

Drugs found at the Mayen residence

The GSU also reported on another search at the house of Daryl Mayen, who was arrested following a fight at the funeral of Anthony Mayen. Present during the search early [...]

George Frazer; a Life Revealed

George Frazer is an institution in the trade union movement. He has been at the front lines of the labor movement for close to three decades advocating for the rights [...]

Teaching youths about the lord with Reggaeton

While vigils will be held across the country on Saturday, at the UB Gymnasium in Belmopan a massive concert has been organized to bring youths together in an effort to [...]