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Taximan and Activist Albert Cattouse Gunned Down – Was It a Hit?

Around seven-thirty on Thursday night, shots rang out in the vicinity of Dolphin Street near the rear of Roger’s Stadium. A well-known taxi driver and activist had been gunned down [...]

Bail Application Result Pending for Accused Murderer Warren Lewis

Warren Lewis has been on remand for over eight years for the August eighteenth, 2009 murder of Albert Allen. After almost a decade and after a third trial for murder [...]

Christopher Roggema’s Decomposing Body Found

The badly decomposed body of sixty-nine-year-old Christoffer Jan Roggema was found today in some high bushes in Saint Margaret Village. The Norwegian- Belizean businessman went missing on Monday while out [...]

Hope Fading in Search for Erwin Rodriguez

They had expected many more, but only fifteen family members and friends and a handful of concerned citizens joined the search for seventeen-year-old Erwin Rodriguez. Although all signs point to [...]

COLA Demands Documents for Fabers’ Road Construction Contract

Attorney Kareem Musa has written the Ministry of Works and Contractor General Godwin Arzu under the Freedom of Information Act. On behalf of Citizens Organized for Liberty through Action, he [...]

Teachers’ Union Comes Out Against Franz Parke

The Belize National Teachers’ Union is joining in on the backlash against the proposed appointment of Franz Parke to the Court of Appeal. In a statement released today it questioned [...]

Daniel Fabro and Frank Sharp Hope to Be Difference in F.F.B.

On Thursday, Daniel Fabro and Frank Sharp were formally introduced as candidates in the upcoming race for the president and vice president of the Football Federation of Belize.  Both men [...]

Chicken Dread Vs CitCo, Round 4: Trailer Hauled Away, is Council Getting Personal?

The constant harassment of Paul ‘Chicken Dread’ Ferguson by the Belize City Council continued around noon today in front of E.P. York High School.  This time a tractor was reportedly [...]

M.O.H. Says No ‘Pink Eye’ Relief from Eye Drops

As we reported on Thursday, cases of conjunctivitis experienced an epidemic-level spike in the last month, after trailing 2016 for the first nine months of the year. In the last [...]

Health Ministry Warns About Re-Infection and Public Behaviour

The other concern, especially when it comes to ‘pink eye’s’ fast spread, is behaviour in public places and while traveling. The ministry, according to Doctor Manzanero, is closely working with [...]

C-Section Emergency at Southern Regional: Call for Anesthesiologists

Since the beginning of the week, reports to News Five are that the Southern Regional Hospital in Dangriga saw several patients walk out after being informed that there was no [...]

‘Pinkeye’ Fells 7 at B.E.R.T.

With more than nine thousand cases of conjunctivitis reported in the last month, chances are you know someone suffering with ‘pinkeye.’ But what happens if that someone is working in [...]

Don’t Chase B.E.R.T. Ambulances for Non-Emergencies

A press release from the organization issued on Thursday advises the general public to minimize non-emergency calls to BERT until the situation is stabilized, but notes that emergency services remain [...]

Solving Ugly Sight of Dead Bodies Carted Off by Police

Ever wondered why Belize Emergency Response Team doesn’t pick up dead bodies from homes or murder scenes? The image of a police vehicle carrying the covered dead body as relatives [...]

CitCo Receives Donation for Flood Mitigation

On Thursday, the Belize City Council received road and canal maintenance equipment valued at one point seven million dollars. The equipment was obtained through the flood mitigation infrastructure program with [...]

B.D.F. Members to Help Dominica Disaster Relief

B.D.F. to Dominica? Yes, says Defense C.E.O. Felix Enriquez. The B.D.F. will be heading to the hurricane devastated island to help with reconstruction. Dominica has been asking for help after [...]

Belize’s Defenders Talk to International Strategic Partners

A week ago, the Ministry of Defense hosted the third annual multi-national security conference in Belize City. The purpose of the conference was to share Belize’s vision, work and needs [...]

Take a Walk for a Green Belize

A ‘Walk for a Green Belize’ will be held tomorrow, Saturday, October fourteenth. The Department of Environment joined forces with Belize Solid Waste Management Authority and the Belize Audubon Society. [...]

Girls Run the World, But Belize’s Are More Vulnerable than Ever

Across the globe on Wednesday, International Day of the Girl Child was recognized. In her statement, United Nations Population Fund’s Executive Director, Doctor Natalia Kanem says, “Girls today enjoy better [...]