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Double Murder on Small Island; Robbery Suspected

A double murder took place early this morning at Caye Lagos which is located about four miles south of Caye Caulker. The small caye is occupied primarily by fisher folks [...]

Ladyville Shocked by Deaths of Well-Known Citizens

The shocking double murder of Mark Sewell and Gabriel Escalante has devastated two families but the close knit Ladyville Community is also in mourning. The two men were described as [...]

1 Held for Sudden Death of Marcia Downs

There are more details tonight on the murder of former Great Belize Productions Channel Five employee, Marcia Downs. She will be laid to rest this Saturday following funeral services at [...]

Slight Reduction for Diesel and Uptick for Regular Gas this Weekend

Tonight we can report some relief in the price of diesel fuel for the coming weekend. As of Saturday morning, prices for diesel in Belize City go down to ten [...]

G.S.U. Versus G.S.G. Showdown Leaves Many Injured

It spread like wildfire on Thursday night during news time that officers attached to the Gang Suppression Unit had opened fire on George Street residents. While it has since been [...]

Next Stage of Fight Will Be in the Courts

While it is reported that the GSU team was in the area to pick up a fellow officer, Tillett alleges that it was a clear act of police brutality as [...]

Airport Authority Updates on Municipal and Caye Caulker repairs

The Belize Airports Authority confirms that works will be carried out on the runway of the Sir Barry Bowen Municipal Airport this weekend. The scheduled remedial works, however, for the [...]

Businesswoman Hit by Robbers in Santa Elena

There was an armed robbery in Santa Elena, Cayo, during news time on Thursday. A forty-year-old Chinese businesswoman, Yan Ru Shao of a Bradley’s Bank address, Santa Elena Town, says [...]

S.S.B. Claims Backing for Increase in Contributions and Benefits

Last year, the Social Security Board put forth a proposal for a contributions reform. The idea is to increase the contributions of employees and employers and at the same time [...]

Weather Extremes: Hot Saturday Turns to Wet, Storm Sunday

The dry season is upon us and along with it come erratic weather patterns.  On Tuesday, there was a freak storm down south in the Crique Jute  Village. Officials say [...]

Can Belize Count on Yes Vote in Guatemala?

On Sunday, Guatemalans head to the polls to cast their vote in a referendum. It is part one of a process that could lead both Guatemala and Belize to settle [...]

Belize Diplomats Know What They’re Doing

On the Belize side, questions have been raised about how the message about the validity of Guatemala’s claim is getting out. There appears to be a disconnect between the politicians [...]

Behind Gaudy B.T.B. Tourism Arrival Stats

If the Belize Tourism Board’s statistics are to be believed, then Belize is a more popular place to visit than ever. Just this past March alone, more than fifty-five thousand [...]

All of Belize Getting Share of Tourism Pie

While we know where they are coming from, where are the tourists going? Popular destinations like Placencia, San Pedro and Caye Caulker, and the San Ignacio-Benque Viejo area remain cream [...]

B.T.B. Looks for More Promotion Opportunities

So what are the Board’s plans to keep the bumper figures up as tourism enters the so-called “slow season?” Stephen says the B.T.B. has been leaning on its international partners [...]

Calling All Actors to be Cast in Mexican Film

Would you like to be in the movies? If you’re a Belizean between the ages of eighteen and thirty, you can come out to the Mexican Institute this weekend to [...]

Ladies in Action on the Football Field

The Football Federation of Belize kicks off the second National Amateur Women’s Football League tournament this weekend. Eight teams from north to south are participating, in the hunt for Belize’s [...]