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Parents detention; Sudden Death of Baby

A two year old girl was found dead in a bucket of water late on Wednesday night in the Japan area of Ladyville. The toddler was found by her grandmother [...]

UB students protest for change

Late this evening, a demonstration was held at the University of Belize campus on University Drive. The students are protesting the deplorable conditions of the campus and demanding better classrooms. [...]

The Budna chronicles: Joseph Budna detained in Guatemala

According to a late report in Nuestro Diario Norte, a Guatemalan newspaper a Belizean is in serious trouble in that country. He is thirty seven year old Joseph Budna, who [...]

The History of Carnival in Belize Part 2

The origins of the Belizean carnival have been traced back to 1975 by Researcher Lawrence Vernon. The event is now firmly in the calendar of activities for the month of [...]

Lightburns detained for suspected cannabis

The wife and son of well known basketball player, Clinton “Pulu” Lightburn, were arrested on Wednesday on charges of Drug Trafficking. Tariq and Laura Lightburn appeared before Magistrate Dale Cayetano [...]

Football Federation of Belize presents state of financial affairs

Ruperto Vicente took over as president of the Football Federation of Belize five months ago. This morning he presented a report card on the state of affairs of the organization. [...]

Basketball Federation prepares for COCABA 16 and younger games

While the F.F.B. presented its five-month report card earlier today, the Belize Basketball Federation (B.B.F.) will be busy this weekend scouting new talent to represent the Jewel in the COCABA [...]

Restore Belize’s Midnight Games to bring neighborhoods together

Midnight Basketball started in the 1990’s. Not many social activities were taking place, so the concept was designed to keep young people socially active amongst various neighborhoods. And in this [...]

Survey says the burden of illness is Acute Gastroenteritis

A study was launched today; it is called Burden of Illness, and has to do with the safety of food for local consumption.  The survey is also critical because as [...]

Frankie Reneau Master Classes Group of Students interested in Music

Frankie Reneau, renowned Belizean Pianist, has become a regular in the September Celebrations. Reneau, in his Masters Classes summer program, has been working with young Belizean talents to stage an [...]

Healthy Living looks at conditions associated with overloaded backpacks

Thousands of students across the country have returned to the classrooms to start the new academic school year. Aside from the spanking new uniforms, sneakers and lunchboxes, students are carrying [...]