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Seven-year-old Antwone Marin Becomes the Youngest Victim of Suicide in Belize

The loss of life of a child is painful, but when the young child dies by suicide; it is beyond comprehension. In the southern village of Seine Bight, a myriad [...]

British Filmmaker, Richard Foster, Missing; His Home Was Ransacked and Guns Stolen

There is growing concern tonight for the safety of Richard Foster, the famed film maker who has made Belize his home for decades. When he did not answer calls from [...]

CITCO Gets Back Missing Equipment

In a strange and interesting turn of events, two of the three unaccounted vehicles which should have been under the possession of the Belize City Council were returned this afternoon. [...]

Relief Supplies Distributed for San Pedro Fire Victims

Fire victims in San Pedro are getting their feet back on the ground in the wake of Saturday morning’s massive fire on the island. Ten houses were gutted leaving eighty-seven [...]

San Pedro Inferno Started in Angelita Velasquez House; She Finally Speaks

As has been reported, the fire that cleared down a block of ten houses in the Boca Del Rio area was deliberately set. On Monday, Fire Chief Ted Smith confirmed [...]

Hope Haven Brings Hope to Boca del Rio

Help continues to be rendered to victims of a fire in San Pedro that has left almost ninety persons homeless over the weekend.  At the forefront of the civilian effort [...]

Fire on Glyn Street, Again

There was also a fire in the city today.  It happened after twelve o’clock on Glyn Street where neighbors of the burning abandoned structure were seen trying to save important [...]

Re-Registration Update: 81K Applications Received, So Far

Eighty-one thousand, five hundred and fifty-three re-registration applications have been received by the Elections and Boundaries Department. Between July twenty-night and August fourth, eleven thousand, five hundred and forty-four persons [...]

It’s Official: Councillor Gary Greif to Contest U.D.P. Belize Rural South Division

It’s official….San Pedro Town Councillor Gary Greif will contest the U.D.P. convention against Tourism Minister Manuel Heredia Junior as the party’s candidate for Belize Rural South. The approval of his [...]

Step Aside Heredia, Allow New Blood for Belize Rural South

The question, however, is what motivated Greif’s ambition for higher office. The two-term councillor says that residents are clamouring for a change to develop San Pedro and Caye Caulker. Greif [...]

ACCSD Gear Up to Fight Cayo Rosario Project

The National Environment Appraisal Committee has already approved the multimillion-dollar development on Cayo Rosario, located within the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. The mega tourism project initially called for ninety over [...]

Suicide Among Children: Know the Signs and Get Help!

There are more questions than answers tonight about the tragic death of seven-year-old Antwone Marin. The little boy from Seine Bight died by suicide on Monday and for Belizeans across [...]

Let’s talk about suicide among children, too!

But what does this death by suicide say to other children who may be going through a tough time? It can have a negative impact – but it also brings [...]

Survey shows that youth in Sugarcane producing villages want better quality of life!

What is the quality of life like for children and youth in the sugar-producing communities in the north? The findings of a new study show that young people are concerned [...]

Northern Youth Are Not Interested in Cane Farming?

At today’s launch of the survey findings, a wide cross section of the sugar industry was represented, along with government agencies. The Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association was in attendance [...]

The Semi-Final Round of KTV the Remix

KTV the Remix, enters the semi final round tonight. It means that the format of the show will take a different route as the singers advance to the final round.  [...]