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Treasury Employee Charged for $500,000 Theft

Two persons have been arrested and charged for their roles in a half-a-million dollar Treasury Department scheme. The internal fleecing was brought to light, at least officially, by Prime Minister [...]

B.D.F. Private Seriously Injured in Early Morning Collision

This morning, if you passed by the Los Lagos junction, you probably saw a B.D.F. Jeep lying on its side just off the road. That vehicle was in a collision [...]

Police Need Help to Identify John Doe

Tonight, police are still unable to say whose badly decomposed body floated up into the mangroves near Mile five on the Phillip Goldson Highway. But there is more information emerging [...]

Investigations Into Belize City Fire Ongoing

The month of April has been a record month for 2015 when it comes to fires. Across the country, there have been several fires since the start of April, gutting [...]

Construction Worker Guilty of Harming Toddler

Twenty-nine-year-old Kendoll Ottley, a construction worker of Belize City, has been found guilty of burglarizing the home of his ex-girlfriend after their relationship turned sour.  He was accused of forcefully [...]

Serving Time for Old Fisheries Fines

A fisherman of Sarteneja Village is tonight serving a four-year sentence at the Belize Central Prison after old fisheries fines dating back to 2003 caught up with him.  Earlier today, [...]

No Update in Military Ammo Missing Three Months

Almost exactly three months ago, two containers of military-grade ammunition were stolen off the secure, guarded B.D.F. Echelon Base in Lord’s Bank. The ammunition, about two thousand, seven hundred rounds [...]

UN Residents Host Media Breakfast

The United Nations Country Team resident members UNICEF, U.N.D.P., U.N.F.P.A., and PAHO held a press conference this morning to talk with the media about some of the social issues in [...]

Central Bank Issues Release on Derisking

Earlier this week, Financial Secretary Joseph Waight commented briefly on the ongoing derisking exercise that a number of large American and European banks have undertaken.  The process has seen the [...]

New Patroness for HelpAge Belize

HelpAge Belize has a new Patroness. Appointed by the Board, Maria Elena Sylvestre is now the lead advocate for the N.G.O. that champions the rights of the elderly. Sylvestre has [...]