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Erbin Garrido Shot Dead at Home

A soaring number of murders have taken place in the five months of this year, most which have occurred in Belize City.  So far, our archives show a record number [...]

Jordan Burns Recaptured, Taken to Court

Jordan Burns had been on the lam since escaping from lawful custody on Friday.  That was until this morning when he was recaptured by police and slapped with an additional [...]

A Week after Murder, Father’s Other Son Hurt in Accident

A motorcycle collision this morning on Lakeview Street, Belize City, has resulted in serious injury to Jason Moreira.  According to reports, he was riding out onto the nearby carriageway when [...]

Santander to Pull Back on Sugar Sales, Seek Government Approval

Santander Sugar Limited has broken its silence on the debacle it is facing, accepting that it did not comply with the conditions of the Export Processing Zone Certificate.  That violation [...]

The Belmopan P.U.P. Race in Turmoil: Arthur Saldivar, Patrick Andrews Out

A series of contested conventions for the People’s United Party standard bearers are turning out to be thorny.  Of five persons, two candidates have been disqualified from putting their names [...]

Saldivar Says He Will See P.U.P. in Court

In the case of the suspension of the former Belize Rural North standard bearer, Arthur Saldivar remains on probation of two years which prohibits him from applying to contest for [...]

An Investigation into High Fuel Prices

Belizeans have endured seven price hikes in transport fuels since the start of the year and the government has warned that more may come as the world price market fluctuates. [...]

Hurricane Season Should Be Quiet

June first marks the opening of the Tropical Atlantic Hurricane Season. An early forecast was issued in April and the most recent forecast issued this month shows that the season [...]

Weather Bureau is Ready

And to be prepared, it means the public needs timely and accurate information. According to Cumberbatch, that is what the Belize Weather Bureau will provide. We asked her how prepared [...]

What’s the Weather Like? Hot and Dry

The National Meteorological Service, through its Climatology and Climate Services unit, hosted more than fifty representatives across a number of sectors at the annual climate outlook forum. The organization produces [...]

C.D.B. Pulls Region Together on Resilience

The Caribbean Development Bank’s Board of Governors is holding its annual two-day meeting in Grenada, in the Eastern Caribbean. The meetings and seminars that began today and continue through Thursday [...]

Police to March Back into Martin’s

There has been additional manpower deployed into the Saint Martin’s area, including the presence of the Special Patrol Unit.  The team has been conducting mobile and foot patrols in the [...]

Bringing “Peace in the Valley”

This week, the police department deployed a handful of officers into the area of Saint Martin’s infamously known as PIV.  They weren’t there to make any arrests, instead they were [...]

Kids Talk Tough on Ending Violence in Port

RESTORE Belize hosted an event called “Walls Down” in the Port Loyola area during the extended weekend.  Residents were invited to enjoy a community day on a closed-off section of [...]

COLA Tells Teachers Beware of SmartStream

Citizens Organized for Liberty through Action says it has uncovered what it calls a “Machiavellian move for power by the Government.” Ahead of the new school year, government plans to [...]

PAC Report Coming, Doesn’t Look Good

The Public Accounts Committee of the House of Representatives has been making moves after a stuttering start due to several meetings being canceled. A report on the most recent Auditor [...]

Integrating Sustainable Development in Education in Belize

The Ministry of Education, in partnership with UNESCO, hosted a workshop to look at how to integrate sustainable development in education in Belize. Several education sector stakeholders reviewed what is [...]