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Corozal Sub-station Chief Killed in Traffic Accident

The National Fire Service is today mourning the loss of one of their own, Corozal Sub-station Chief Meshack Henry. Henry, who was in his uniform, died instantly this morning when [...]

Jaheel Warrior is Coca-Cola Spelling Bee 2016 Champion

The finals of the National Coca-Cola Spelling Bee took place today in Burell Boom, Belize District. Twelve finalists representing all districts competed to become the top speller in the nation. [...]

Prensa Libre Claims Intimidation at the Adjacency Zone

Prensa Libre T.V. has been airing an amateur video in which it claims that Belizean police and border management personnel are intimidating Guatemalans from Melchor de Mencos along the Adjacency [...]

BCCI and NCC Sign Agreement on Event Scheduling

Scheduling conflicts between the Annual Carnival Road March and the Expo Belize Market Place will soon be a thing of the past.  The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry and [...]

Agreement is for a Period of 15 Years

According to Blake, the calendar also takes into consideration the date for the annual Carnival King and Queen Competition.   Marcello Blake, VP Commerce, BCCI “It was a meeting between [...]

Memorial Park Achieving White Elephant Status

The Memorial Park – remixed with a very expensive upgrade, was officially opened in September, 2013 – with what we were told was a modern bandstand and stylishly designed wooden [...]

Cinderella Plaza Works Nearing Completion

Bad news at the memorial Park, but it’s not all bad. The Cinderella Plaza is almost done, and so are adjacent works on Kelly Street and Baymen Avenue. It’s welcome [...]

Mayor Bradley Provides Update on City Street Works

And there is more good news. The Belize City Council, after a noticeable lull, is back at work cementing major streets in the old capital. Following general elections there was [...]

CCJ to Deliver Decision in Maurice Tomlinson Case

The Caribbean Court of Justice is set to hand down a decision in a highly publicized case involving outspoken Jamaican gay rights activist Maurice Tomlinson and the State of Trinidad [...]

Youth Who Allegedly Shot at ACP Chester Williams Gets Bail

Nineteen year old Zachary Knox was released on bail today after spending seven nights on remand at the Belize Central Prison for allegedly committing an aggravated assault with a firearm [...]

Belize City Resident Charged for Traffic Offences for RTA

There was a traffic accident in the city in which a boy, Eric Sanchez, was knocked off his bicycle, allegedly by a Tropic Air employee who police believe was intoxicated. [...]

Downs Fined for Traffic Offences

There is another case involving an intoxicated driver. Customer Service Representative, John Downs admitted to driving under the influence of alcohol as he drove a car at the corner of Vernon [...]

CODICADER Delegation Arrives in Belize

A delegation of representatives from various countries participating in the upcoming CODICADER Games arrived at the Phillip Goldson International Airport today.  The team is here to conduct an assessment of [...]

Assessment Will Aid in Preparing for Games Adequately

The role of the National Sports Council has been crucial in the organization of the coming games.  While it is the first time Belize is hosting the event, Aragon says [...]

Colombia Police Claim Biggest Bust in Country’s History

There is a report tonight out of Colombia where the national police agency says fifty commandos have seized eight tons of cocaine on a banana plantation. The drug was reportedly [...]

Lawyers make Startling Revelations in FIFA Corruption Case

For months a scandal involving widespread corruption in FIFA has continued to unravel. Today, the U.K. based Guardian newspaper is reporting that lawyers representing the football organization have revealed that [...]

Family of Child with Cancer Needs Your Help

The family of two-year old Elaxie Brown needs your help. She was recently diagnosed with leukemia and has been taken to a medical facility in Honduras, where she is currently [...]

Students From Mercer University Interact with Golden Citizens

Eight teacher education students from Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia were at Helpage Belize today mingling with our golden citizens, some from the nearby Sister Cecilia Home and some brought [...]