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Gang Members Trooped to Hattieville Ramada Under Emergency Powers Detention Order

Seven days ago in the dead of the night more than one hundred purported gang members from the Mayflower/Banak and George Streets were detained and placed in c ells at [...]

Will Gang Bangers Be Allowed Visitation at the Central Prison

The state of public emergency which has been effected in the George Street and Mayflower neighborhoods waives certain constitutional rights enjoyed by the citizenry of those respective communities.  With the [...]

Human Rights Commission Continues to Monitor Legal Process of State of Emergency

The Human Rights Commission of Belize late this evening issued a letter to the Commissioner of Police, seeking a report and status of prisoners held as a result of the [...]

Where Does Kolbe C.E.O. Stand on State of Emergency?

As you’ve heard, the legal fraternity, including the Bar Association and the Human Rights Commission of Belize, has weighed in on the state of emergency that has been declared in [...]

Taiwanese Government Advises its Citizens to be Vigilant in Belize

Still on the State of Public Emergency, the Taiwanese Government has issued an advisory to its citizen living in Belize to exercise caution.  The advisory was issued on Monday by [...]

3 Persons Charged for Drug Plane Bust

Police have charged three persons in connection with Sunday drug bust. They are Peter Friesen Junior, a Blue Creek resident along with two Mexican nationals, Eli Figueroa Nunez and Azarias [...]

Police Constable Freed Without Charges in Drug Plane Landing

While three persons are charged, Police Constable Norman Anthony was released sometime before ten p.m. on Tuesday, after being held in detention since Sunday evening in connection with the landing [...]

U.S. Embassy Commends Belize on Weekend’s Drug Bust

The fourteen-million-dollar drug bust of a plane that came from Venezuela was achieved through cooperation from security agencies in the region.  Today, the U.S. Embassy in Belize is commending Belize’s [...]

F.I.U. Involved in Kortobacco Heist Investigation

More than eight hundred thousand Belize dollars was stolen from Kortobacco Belize Limited on Sunday in what could possibly be the biggest, well calculated and successfully executed heist in Belize’s [...]

The Smugglers of the Benque Free Zone

According to investigators, the burglars that stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from the Kortobacco Belize building in the Benque Free Zone gained access into the compound from an opening [...]

18-year-old Charged for Causing the Death of Jeffrey Hernandez

There is an update to the story of a construction worker who was killed by a cement mixer. Eighteen-year-old San Carlos villager, Victor Hernandez has been charged for causing the [...]

Huge Amounts of Sargassum Invade San Pedro’s Beaches

For the past months, Caribbean and Latin America countries have been feeling the negative effects of massive amounts of Sargassum which have washed up along the coastlines. Tons of Sargassum [...]

Belizeans Living in North & South Carolina Brace for Hurricane Florence

Belizeans living in North and South Carolina in the United States are bracing for the impact of Hurricane Florence. Belize’s Ambassador to the U.S., Daniel Gutierrez, issued an advisory to [...]

Chamber of Commerce Slams the House of Representatives on UHS Loan

The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry has issued a release on the U.H.S. loan motion for ninety-five point six million dollars and increasing which was taken to the House [...]

Belize City Council Responds to CWU’s Allegations

On Tuesday, CWU President Evan ‘Mose’ Hyde came out swinging against the Belize City Council accusing the council of union busting. The claim comes after the council denied CWU’s request [...]

A New Poetry Book is Released

An anthology of poems written by Belizean American, Flora Emelda Anderson Chestnut was officially launched today at the Image Factory in Belize City. Quiet Moments; Rejuvenation of the Soul is [...]

4th Regional Coordination Meeting of the International Telecommunication Union

The issue of digital transitioning from analogue is taking place in many countries. It involves the conversion to a new system from analogue terrestrial to digital terrestrial.  In the Caribbean, [...]