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Business Jet Turned Drug Plane Makes Landing and Discharge in O.W.

The sixth suspected drug place since the start of the year landed in a remote area off the San Estevan/Progresso Road in the Orange Walk District and like in the [...]

Cold-Blooded Shooting in Dangriga Scares Kids, Jamaican Community

A horrific execution occurred while some students were enjoying recess at a Dangriga school leaving both teachers and pupils traumatized.  A gunman emerged from the bushes near the Gulisi Primary [...]

“Yankee” Goes to Court for Albert Johnson Murder

Police have quickly cracked the mysterious murder of twenty-seven-year-old Albert Johnson, originally from Punta Gorda Town. Today, West Canal resident Marlon Everett, a twenty-eight-year-old construction worker, was read a murder [...]

Minor Read Murder Charge in Death of Jason Belencio

The alleged shooter of Jason James Belencio was this evening charged with murder. The sixteen-year-old was arraigned at the Belize Family Court late in the evening under tight security. He [...]

Gas Hike in Effect for Third Time This Year

Gas is going up again! For the third time this year, there are increases to report at the pumps – and an erroneous release from the Bureau of Standards actually [...]

Barranco Loggers Take Case to Belmopan

It may be one of the most-recognized and well-known villages in Belize and particularly the Garifuna community. But the southern community of Barranco is fighting a tough battle to get [...]

Barranco Villagers Say November 2017 Agreement “Disrespected”

The November agreement was approved by a supermajority of attendees at a meeting in Toledo. Among other things, it called for the Barranco village council to be fully involved in [...]

Concession Holders Will Make Big Money; Villagers Want In

A total of ten applications have been received – five from Barranco residents and five from persons outside the village. Apart from the disallowed concession application of Colon and Rash, [...]

Bulgarian Drifter Charged with Bank Theft

Bulgarian national forty-one-year-old Vasil Stoyanov Kadalov was charged with two counts of theft in connection with the reported stealing of two thousand dollars from a Caye Caulker resident’s bank account. [...]

Jewelry Shop in Chetumal’s Plaza Las Americas Robbed

The popular Plaza de las Americas, in the northwest corner of Chetumal, is a favorite of Belizeans for some of the best deals in the trendy shopping destination. On Monday, [...]

Haven House Needs Your Help on “Denim Day”

Haven House is a non-profit domestic violence shelter. Since 1993, it has been providing support and intervention services for women in crisis and their children. Haven House offers shelter, counseling, [...]

A.G. to Taiwan for Anti-Corruption Conference; U.N. Committee on Torture Prevention Visits

Attorney General Michael Peyrefitte is off to Taiwan for a three-day international conference on anti-corruption in the Republic of China (Taiwan), representing Belize as focal point for the United Nations [...]

The Ariel Rosado Foundation Rides Again

The Ariel Rosado Foundation held its annual ride along the George Price Highway this past Saturday. The riders traveled from Galen University Campus in Central Farm and ended at the [...]

U-18 ‘Ballers Off to Dru Joyce Classic

Belize’s Under-eighteen Boys Basketball team left the country today to compete in a tournament in Akron, Ohio. The Dru Joyce Classic runs from the twenty-seventh to the twenty-ninth of April [...]