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Thanksgiving Day Execution in Ladyville

Another Belize City man was gunned down on Thursday.  This time the targeted assassination took place in Ladyville, in an area known as Japan.  Kevin Peters, alias Breast, was an [...]

Will Kevin ‘Breast’ Peters’ Murder be Avenged by Taylor’s Alley Associates?

But will there be retaliation for the coldblooded murder of Peters? Regional Rural Commander Senior Superintendent Edward Broaster told the media today that there have been several threats made against [...]

Duo Arrested for the Murder of Belize City Businessman

There was also another murder on Thursday in Belize City in which a well-known businessman was killed at his establishment on Vernon Street. As we reported, two gunmen on bicycle [...]

Caneros Meet with Minister of Agriculture and B.S.I. Officials in Sugar City

This morning stakeholders in the sugar industry met at SICB headquarters in Orange Walk. For the first time in three years, the crop season is set to start when it [...]

What Does the Agriculture Minister Have to Say on Sugar Cane Quotas?

There has also had to be some tweaking where deliveries to the factory are concerned. A most recent survey estimates that farmers have one point seven million tons of cane [...]

More on the Shrimp Crisis in the Aquaculture Industry

It went mostly under the radar until very recently, but the shrimp industry has taken a major hit and it hasn’t recovered. We’re talking all shrimp farms in the country [...]

Whose Office is it—Gapi’s or Godwin’s?

And from agriculture to straight politics…Minister of Agriculture Gaspar Vega and Minister of Natural Resources Godwin Hulse have been at loggerheads since elections, over office space. Vega is a senior [...]

Guatemalan President Elect to Visit Belize

On Tuesday, we reported that Guatemalan President Elect, Jimmy Morales has embarked on a traditional tour of Central America and Mexico, which is part of the protocol by incoming presidents [...]

Coastguard Graduates 45 New Recruits

Courage, Commitment and Respect—they are the core values of the Belize National Coast Guard, the maritime forces of the country. Today at the B.D.F. Air Wing, forty-five recruits joined the [...]

Groundbreaking for Sarstoon F.O.B. is Coming in December

Minister of National Security John Saldivar also made a huge announcement today during his address at the coastguard anniversary celebration.  On December ninth, the Government of Belize will be breaking [...]

Ahmadiyya Muslims Fight Stigma in Belize

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a dynamic, fast growing international revival movement within Islam.  Founded in 1889, it spans over two hundred and six countries with membership exceeding tens of [...]

Deadly Accident Claims Life of Emmerson Burke

A deadly road traffic accident this morning along the Southern Highway has claimed the life of forty-four-year-old Emmerson Burke.  Shortly after six a.m., police were summoned to an area between [...]

Troy Cole is Charged for Aggravated Assault

Twenty-six-year-old Troy Treston Cole, a resident ofCurassow Streetis tonight on remand at the Belize Central Prison after being accused of assaulting Gilroy Arnold with a firearm.  The incident reportedly took [...]

Rosalie Marin Wins $10,000 From Courts Raffle

A Belize City mother of three is tonight the winner of ten thousand dollars courtesy of Courts Belize Limited. On Friday, Rosalie Marin’s name was chosen as the winner of [...]