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Alleged Baby Killer Arraigned on Manslaughter Charge

Tonight, twenty-eight-year-old Troy Banner stands accused of killing his own child. This morning in Belmopan, Banner was arraigned on a single charge of manslaughter for allegedly causing the death of [...]

Autopsies Reveal That Victims of Triple Homicide were Shot in the Head

This morning, autopsy results for the victims of a most heinous triple homicide were released to the media and the injuries sustained reveal that Alarice Andrewin, Vidal Yuman and Maria [...]

Chester Returns Fire at B.N.T.U. for Brusque Press Release

On Wednesday, the Belize National Teachers Union fired off a terse press release in the wake of the murders of high school principal Alarice Andrewin, Vidal Yuman and Maria Juarez.  [...]

Belmopan City Council’s Comes Under Fire over S.S.B. Contributions

The Belmopan City Council is under fire tonight for failing to pay social security contributions for one of its employees. In a letter dated May thirty-first, the Social Security Board [...]

Holy Angels RC School Desperately Needs New School Building

Holy Angels RC School in Pomona, Stann Creek District, has been having a bit of a rough year. In March, health officials closed down one of its school buildings after [...]

Mental Health Patient Remanded Pending Psychiatric Evaluation

A mental health patient is arraigned and remanded to jail pending psychiatric evaluation.  Collin Francis Junior appeared before Senior Magistrate Tricia Pitts-Anderson, charged for the attempted murder of psychiatric nurse [...]

Teen is Remanded for Armed Robbery of Sunny & Tan

A teenager has been arraigned for the armed robbery of popular Sunnyside Bakery on Racecourse Street in Belize City. “Sunny and Tan,” as it is otherwise known, was targeted by [...]

Black Cross Nurses: Analyses by S.J.C. Students

The S.J.C. History Department launched a book on the historical significance of the Black Cross Nurses in Belize. Back in 2013, the high school adopted a student-centered approach of teaching [...]

Chaa Creek: A Wildly Civilized Belize Luxury Resort

Established in 1981, Chaa Creek: Belize Luxury Resort started off with a single hut. Fast forward more than three decades later; it is one of the world’s most eco-friendly resorts. [...]

President Trump’s New Policy Requires Visa Applicants to Submit Social Media Details

The U.S. Government is making major changes as it relates to its process of visa applications by foreigners. Under a new State Department policy, visa applicants to the U.S. will [...]

Romanian Ambassador Visits Belize

Earlier this week, Romanian Ambassador Daniela Gitman visited Belize and met with the Prime Minister and other government officials from the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Education. The visit was [...]

2019 Belize International Jazz Festival Commences with a Bang

The 2019 Belize International Jazz Festival started on Wednesday night with a bang as the Mexican Institute in Belize City was the venue for a jam session featuring Belizean and [...]

Call for Entries for the 2019 National Song Competition

Call for entries for the annual September Celebrations Theme, as well as the National Song Competition, are opened and the folks over at the National Institute of Culture and History [...]

September Celebrations Committee Looking for 2019 Theme

Meanwhile the deadline for the submission for the September celebrations theme is July twenty-first. All Belizeans, even those living overseas, have an opportunity to submit a theme – something dear [...]

Garifuna Collective Kicks off 2019 Tour

The Garifuna Collective has kicked off its 2019 tour of Europe and North America ahead of the release their new album, Aban, which in Garifuna means one.  After years of [...]

Healthy Living: Donate Blood

You’ve seen countless calls in this very same newscast. You’ve seen a multitude of messages online. It’s a recurrent request that not enough people oblige. It’s a call for blood. [...]