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St. Luke Students Take to the Streets, Despite No Arrest in Shooting of Kyron Green

Twenty-one-year-old Raymond Fuller is at home recuperating from injuries he received during an attempt on his life last Friday.  His injuries were not life-threatening and he was released from the [...]

Several Arrests Made in Weekend Shootings

An altercation at a popular entertainment event last Saturday in Belize City ended with multiple shots being fired during an ambush at the corners of Baymen Avenue and Calle al [...]

Thieves Hit BWEL Office in Early Morning Burglary

An overnight burglary at a fuel depot in Belize City has netted a trio of thieves several electronic items, including a laptop and a cell phone.  According to the security [...]

DNA Test Yields Inconclusive Result, Still No Sign of Annie Young

A family’s search for the remains of their loved one who disappeared in December 2018 has hit another dead-end, following the inconclusive results of a DNA test conducted in Jamaica.  [...]

Mother and Daughter Robbed During Home Invasion in Georgeville

A mother and daughter were attacked inside their home in Georgeville sometime after midnight on Wednesday by a pair of thieves.  Ana Myvett was awakened by two masked intruders who [...]

Henry Augustine Perishes in RTA Near Georgetown Junction

Twenty-four-year-old Henry Augustine lost his life on the Southern Highway earlier this week when a vehicle knocked him down near the Georgetown junction.  According to thirty-one-year-old Lascelle Coote, himself and [...]

Santi Backs Out of Caribbean Shores Race

The race for Caribbean Shores has narrowed down to two U.D.P. candidates, as former area representative Santiago Castillo Junior has formally withdrawn from the upcoming convention in that constituency.  His [...]

Peace Movement Wants You to Funds its Legal Challenge of the Special Agreement

In the wake of a resounding “YES” by Belizeans at the May eighth referendum, the People’s United Party withdrew its legal challenge to the Special Agreement and the I.C.J. referendum. [...]

O.A.S. Hosts a Seminar on Corruption

A seminar on corruption was held today at the Radisson in Belize City. Organized by the O.A.S., the session is an offshoot of the April 2018 Summit of the Americas [...]

O.A.S. Can Assist through the Inter-American Convention Against Corruption

Back in December 2016, Belize took a historic step when it signed on to the United Nations Convention Against Corruption.  While the government was lauded for taking a step in [...]

A Mentorship Programme to Support Female Entrepreneurs

Empowered for Work and Self was the theme for a mentorship networking session held today by BELTRAIDE at the Biltmore Plaza. Through the Small Business Development Centre, female entrepreneurs were [...]

Primary School Financial Literacy: Spend, Save, Share

The month of May is being celebrated as education month under the theme, “Financial Literacy, a Pathway to a Productive Life.” As the month winds down, there are continued activities [...]

REDD+ Launches in Belize

Today, the Ministry of Agriculture officially launched the REDD+ Preparedness Project, a long-term forest-based initiative that seeks to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. The project is the first of three phases [...]

A Classical Concert featuring Belizean and International Talent

The Embassy of Mexico in Belize in collaboration with the Belize Virtuosi Orchestra and the National Institute of Culture and History is putting off the third classical concert at the [...]

Healthy Living with the Belize Cancer Center

Over a decade ago, the Belize Cancer Center opened its doors on the first of October 2008. It was the first and still remains the only center providing cancer treatment [...]