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Guatemalan fugitive and his children caught in Mexico with Belizean passports

Tonight, there is absolutely no good news for Belize where immigration is concerned. In fact, there is much more to add to government’s woes. There are breaking reports that a [...]

More visa approvals surface

The whistleblower, Alverine Burgess, has given graphic information on the visa hustle involving the minister of state, Edmund “Clear the Land” Castro. She spoke of the process and told the [...]

8 men arraigned for containers carrying a precursor to crystal meth

The eight men who were detained in connection with ten plastic drums found in a container in Bullet Tree have all been formally arraigned. The men had been in custody [...]

Is UB President out? Analysis conducted on his 2-year performance

On Tuesday, reports surfaced that Guyanese President of the University of Belize, Doctor Carey Fraser, was contemplating resignation from that post. Nobody we spoke to on the campus would confirm [...]

2 cashiers from Brodies are suspected of forgery and theft

A pair of cashiers employed at James Brodie and Company Ltd. on the Phillip Goldson Highway remains in police custody tonight pending charges of theft and forgery.  On Tuesday, the [...]

Belize Sugar Cane Farmers get tough on B.S.I.

We have been reporting that there is unease in the sugar industry because the Belize Sugar Industries has closed the door on discussions with the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association [...]

Whistleblower goes into details on visa facilitated procedure involving Minister Castro

Embattled Minister of State Edmund ‘Clear the Land’ Castro has been dodging the media since allegations of visa corruption surfaced against him. But he has found time to hire Prime [...]

Chinese couple is fined $20,000 for undeclared cash

The Chinese couple who failed to declare twenty thousand dollars in cash was back in court today, a day earlier than their scheduled hearing. The couple had on them the [...]

Marvin Cruz Reyes sentenced to 15 years for Attempted Murder

Tonight, Marvin Cruz Reyes is serving his second night of a fifteen year sentence at the Hattieville Prison after he was found guilty of the attempted murder of Kareem Wright.   [...]

Flooding in the West: Arizona Area in Teakettle affected by constant rains

On Tuesday we headed to Crooked Tree where we found parts of the village under at least four feet of water. The rains are not letting up and further downpour [...]

Sarteneja commuters forced to tread through 3 feet of flood waters

While the west of the country floods from the heavy rains, there are reports that the far north is completely inundated. Reports from the village of Sarteneja tell us that [...]

Crime stats: major crimes up in August and September, but down in October

Crime statistics for the months of August, September and October have been released by the Belize Police Department, reflecting a decline in the number of homicides over the past three [...]

Former Chief Executive Director of SIF says there should be no room for irregularities

The Dangriga Marketplace is still incomplete. The project came to a halt when allegations surfaced that the contractor, Kenard Smart, was being extorted by employees of the Social Investment Fund [...]

Reef CI received international award for promoting responsible tourism

A local marine conservation organization has been awarded internationally for its role in promoting responsible tourism.  ReefCI, founded by Polly Alford in 2003, operates in the Toledo District and is [...]