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Ian Sambula, Fire Victim, Dies in Treatment in Texas

There is a second murder to report tonight in connection with an act of arson at a house on Aloe Vera Street, Belize City on October fourth. Five weeks after [...]

Was Zebedee Loague’s Death the Result of a Seizure or Fatal Attack?

Last Monday, on October thirty-first, at around ten-thirty, police discovered a man on the pavement on Central American Boulevard, Belize City with head injuries. According to police, he was suffering [...]

Teenager Kentroy McKoy Survives Gun Attack in Belize City

Eighteen-year-old Kentroy McKoy is lucky to have escaped grave injuries during an armed assault on Wednesday night in Belize City.  The shooting occurred in the vicinity of Pinks Alley where [...]

“Jihad” McLaren to Court for Weed – Are Activists Under Threat?

Well-known political and social activist Nedal McLaren was hauled before the court this afternoon for allegedly stashing eight point six grams of marijuana inside his underwear.  “Murphy”, as the fifty-six-year-old [...]

P.U.P. Names Nominees to Integrity Commission

Weeks ago, the Prime Minister gave in to numerous demands due to overwhelming public pressure; one being to reactivate the Integrity Commission which has a secretary and office space in [...]

50 Thousand Pounds of Imported Ham for Christmas?

Drawing closer to Christmas, the thoughts of Belizeans turn to what size ham and turkey to get to feed their families. Local producers of the meats look to take advantage, [...]

The Belize International Film Festival is Here!

It’s lights, camera and action tonight at the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts, as the eleventh annual Belize International Film Festival takes center stage. For the first time it [...]

Steering Committee Formed to Guide Process of Picking 13th Senator

By January of 2017, the population of Belize’s Upper House of parliament will have been increased by one. A thirteenth member of the Senate will be elected from among members [...]

13th Senator Must Be Political, But Not Partisan

Among the criteria listed for the future N.G.O. Senator are some expected requirements – being a Belizean and being familiar with N.G.O. issues, among others. But two in the list [...]

Orange Walk Police May Make Arrest in Brutality Report

Orange Walk Police are wrapping up their investigations and may make an arrest of one of their own in a case of police brutality reported in Guinea Grass, Orange Walk. [...]

Family of 7 to Jail for Half Pound of Weed

Fifty-year-old Karen Almendarez, her six children and daughter-in-law were all arraigned today for drug trafficking after being busted with a half pound of cannabis at their residence on Electric Avenue.  [...]

More Arrests for Conch Shell Bay Beating Incident

The family of two-year-old Kaylee Alvarez is still grieving the tragic loss of the toddler who perished during a deadly house fire in Conch Shell Bay in October.  Her grief-stricken [...]

Nursing Conference Discusses Developmental Care of the Newborn

Nurses engaged in both the public and private health systems are meeting in Belize City to discuss the many ways in which they can provide improved neonatal care. The conference [...]

What’s Behind Shortage of Nurses in Belize

But understaffed hospitals continue to be one of the primary challenges facing the healthcare system. As it currently stands, demands are not being met despite efforts by the Ministry of [...]

National Track and Field Championship: The Comeback for Athletics?

Primary school Track and Field athletes from across the country gathered in Belize City today for the national track and field championship. The students, ages nine to eleven and twelve [...]

B.P.P./B.T.V.’s Wil Maheia Sounds Alarm on Guatemalan Aggression

The Belize Progressive Party is questioning B.D.F.’s Brigadier General David Jones over a most recent incident in the Sarstoon where a B.D.F. patrol was intercepted by a Guatemalan gunboat. They [...]

Healthy Living: First “Living in Womb Wellness Retreat” This Weekend

It’s a one of a kind event that is being hosted in Belize this weekend. It’s combining food and diet and yoga into a weekend of wellness geared specifically to [...]