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Darrell Bradley to be Elected New President of the Senate?

At Tuesday’s special sitting of the Senate, President Lee Mark Chang announced his resignation as head of the upper house to pursue his political ambition of representing the United Democratic [...]

Integrity Commission Appoints New Members

The Integrity Commission has appointed new members to serve a two-year term retroactive to January first.  The seven-member taskforce is comprised of Armead Gabourel, Wilmot Simmons, Lisbeth Delgado, Nestor Vasquez, [...]

Angel Campos is Junior Minister of Human Development

In other government news, Minister of State in the Ministry of Health, Dr. Angel Campos has been reassigned as Minister of State in the Ministry of Human Development, Social Transformation [...]

Drive by Shooter is Arraigned for Sunday Night’s Gun Violence

One of two motorcycle drive-by shooters was arraigned before Senior Magistrate Tricia Pitts-Anderson today for Sunday night’s armed attack on Pelican Street. Tareek Smith is charged with six counts: two [...]

Kendale Greene is Charged for Aggravated Assault

A twenty-five-year-old man, Kendale Greene, has been remanded to prison after being accused of shooting Ronald Michael and two others on Sunday morning. Greene was arraigned this afternoon on four [...]

3 Persons Chopped in the South

Three persons, including a minor are recovering from chop wounds after they were reportedly attacked by a man they know. Police report that on Monday evening around six-thirty, forty-eight-year-old Victor [...]

Elderly Taxi Man Attacked and Robbed by Customers

There was a brutal attack on an elder taxi operator in the west. Sixty-eight-year-old Jose Roca of Arenal was attacked with a knife and cut to the left hand and [...]

Coalition for Sustainable Fisheries Releases Data on the Use of Gillnets

The data on fisherfolk in Belize is out….today at Radisson, the Coalition for Sustainable Fisheries held a press conference to release the findings of data received from the Belize Fisheries [...]

Sargassum Scare, Everyone’s Responsibility

Tourism Minister Manuel Heredia Junior will be heading to Cancun, Mexico next week for a meeting with other CARICOM members to discuss the issue of sargassum. The regional meeting will [...]

Taking a Stance against Dirty Industries

At noon on Saturday, hundreds of Belizeans created symbolic barriers against offshore oil drilling to commemorate the BP oil spill of 2010. It is part of OCEANA’s 2019 Hands Across [...]

BWS Kicks Off Water Improvement Initiative in San Pedro

Consolidated Water Belize Limited, the sole utility in San Pedro that provided potable water to thousands of homes and businesses on the island of Ambergris Caye, was acquired by Belize [...]

Accident Victim Cry Negligence on the K.H.M.H.

A mother and son are accusing the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital of negligence. The mother, Maureen Staine, says she will also be suing the hospital after her son Steven Staine [...]

Mother is Furious and Threatens to Sue Hospital

His mother, Maureen Staine, is furious because, she says, the doctors at the K.H.M.H. assured her that, following x-rays which she did not see, her son was well. Additionally, Staine [...]

NEBL Finals: We Catch Up with Belize Hurricanes

The 2019 season of the National Elite Basketball League is in its finals and as fans predicted, the Belize Hurricanes is in the running for the trophy and the championship [...]

An Art Exhibit Featuring Pieces from Children across Belize District

An exhibition showcasing the art work of students in the Belize District opened today at the Mexican Cultural Institute. For the second year, the Belize District Education Center partnered with [...]