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Roy Lord is Gunned Down on Wilson Street

There was a late night shooting in Belize City on Monday which claimed the life of a young man from Lord’s Bank Village.  Police are yet to determine whether the [...]

NCFC Weighs in on Cyber Bullying

The mass circulation of a video clip depicting an underage female student in her high school uniform engaged in a sexual act is repulsive.  Since its release over the weekend, [...]

The Allegation against Father Smalls is ‘Credible’ and ‘Substantiated’

The publication of a list of forty-two priests with ‘credible and substantiated’ allegation of sexual abuse against a child by the Richmond Diocese includes the name of Father Oliver Smalls. [...]

Up In Marijuana Smoke

All roads led west this morning as a convoy of police vehicles made its way to an undisclosed location where a huge haul of drugs was incinerated.  It’s part of [...]

2008 Special Agreement Between Belize and Guatemala ‘Invalid’

Ten years ago, on December eighth, 2008 the Foreign Ministers of Belize and Guatemala signed, at OAS headquarters, the Special Agreement between Guatemala and Belize to submit the territorial, insular [...]

Special Agreement Needs 2/3 Parliamentary Approval

According to Attorney Anthony Sylvestre, since the Special Agreement commits Belize to hold a referendum with the intention to settle the dispute at the I.C.J. which will rule on Belize’s [...]

Less than 2 Months for the I.C.J. Referendum

With fifty more days to go until the April tenth I.C.J. Referendum, government still has the opportunity to take the Special Agreement to the House.   Kareem Musa, Attorney “The [...]

P.U.P. Takes on Vital Stats Unit over ‘Incompetence’

If you have ever been to the Vital Statistics Unit, you probably have experienced the frustration that comes along with that visit. People from every single district have been complaining [...]

Tour Guide says Placencia Not Benefiting from Cruise Ship Tourism

At a recent press conference FECTAB President, Yhony Rosado raised concerns on two issues he says that Belize City tour guides would feel the negative effects of. According to Rosado, [...]

PAHO Hosts Regional Meeting in Belize

The Pan American Health Organization kicked off its country and sub-regional managers meeting in Belize City today. The meeting brings together health directors from Central America, Cuba, Mexico and the [...]

Meet Team Belize for the Upcoming FIBA Qualifier

The 2019 season of the National Elite Basketball League has been postponed for this week in anticipation of the regional FIBA qualifying tournament, which will be held from February twenty-second [...]

C.E.O. Gentle says Philip Goldson Highway is Being Upgraded to Meet International Standards

Earlier this month, a woman lost her life jumping the barriers in the middle of the Philip Goldson Highway. The pedestrian, Marlena Mortis, was knocked down and killed as she [...]

2 Charged for Kum Hua Robbery

Two men have been charged for the robbery at Kum Hua Store in Belize City. Kerun Miguel and Jamar Neal appeared in court before Magistrate Khadeen Palmer today where they [...]

Charges Withdrawn Again from Primrose Gabourel & Dion Zabaneh

Seventy-six-year-old Primrose Gabourel and her son forty-three-year-old Dion Zabaneh were back in court today after the Department of Environment brought charges once again for failure to adhere to stop orders [...]

Street Art Festival 2019 Takes Place This Weekend

The ninth edition of Street Art Festival takes place this weekend in downtown Belize City.  The festival is the premier event of the National Institute of Culture and History, through [...]