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Oil contracts null and void, but Treaty Energy ‘Drill baby drill!’

In the south today, drills cranked up as Treaty Belize Energy resumed operations at its San Juan Three well. There are two areas of concern according to OCEANA; that the [...]

Moved to different city, but hitman finds his target

Notorious Belize City bad man Richard Russell may have been running from his past when he relocated to Belmopan, but he couldn’t run far or fast enough and on Thursday [...]

She said money disappeared when cops were on the scene

And even as Diane Lamb grieves for Richard Russell, she is dealing with another loss. She claims that while Police were in her home on Thursday night, they stole money [...]

Chiac’s sudden death on roadside was actually a murder

The investigation into the death of twenty-two year old Angel Chiac has turned to one of murder. Chiac’s body was found on Tuesday night at about eight o’clock not far [...]

Truck driver loses life in accident

There was a traffic mishap on the Hummingbird Highway which resulted in the death of one man, George Victor Crawford from the village of Guinea Grass in the Orange Walk [...]

Finding Belize border marker with Guatemala at Garbutt’s Falls

Gracias Adios and Aguas Turbias are two of the markers that signify Belize’s border with Guatemala. Those markers are not normally visited because of the journey it takes to get [...]

Women will ride despite brakes being pulled on cycling president

Earlier this week, an injunction was served on Hilly Martinez, the president of the Belize Olympic Committee and the interim executive of Belize Cycling Association at the behest of UCI-recognized [...]

Security beefed up at UB following dorm robbery

On May eighth, six armed and masked men entered a dormitory at the University of Belize Central Campus in Belmopan. Nine students were tied up by the men who wielded [...]

UB bachelor students pay large fee for same course as associate students

On Thursday, several students of the University of Belize held a press conference at which they levied accusations at the institution. The students say that UB is overcharging students from [...]

K.H.M.H. launches investigation into death of ill patient

An Orange Walk family is tonight mourning the death of their infant after he passed away just after four this morning at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital. Twenty-seven days old [...]

Time to get your prostate checked

The local media was today invited to the conference room of the K.H.M.H. for a continuing medical education session. It featured a presentation by head of the department at the [...]

Gender Policy updated and is against discrimination by sexual orientation

The updated national gender policy is a process that began in 2009. It included the development of a situational analysis to understand what’s happening in Belize in regards to men [...]

Life-celebrating in More Tomorrow Village. Day

The village of More Tomorrow isn’t in our news that often, but with all the history attached to it, maybe it should be. It is one of the oldest villages [...]

Celebrating teachers by giving them deserving awards

A series of activities was held this month as part of Education Showcase Week. The theme “Working Together; Stakeholders Partnering To Enhance Education In Belize.’’ set the tone for this [...]