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Brothers Maurice & Emory Felix are Assassinated inside Belize City Nightclub

Early on Wednesday night, two notorious siblings were shot to death on the north side of the city far from their home in the Port Loyola community. The duo, Maurice [...]

Dangriga Man Murdered; Body Dumped in Frank’s Eddy Village

The body of a Dangriga resident was found miles away in the village of Frank’s Eddy on the George Price Highway. The murder, execution style, of forty-four year old Jermaine [...]

Near Fatal Shooting in Hattieville

In Hattieville, a twenty-three-year-old man was shot at around nine o’clock this morning at his house located in an isolated area of the village. Police recovered as many eight expended [...]

Armed Robbery at PUMA Gas Station

There was a brazen daylight robbery at the PUMA gas station on New Road. The gas station has been held up in other instances. During the lunch hour on Wednesday, [...]

Central Bank of Belize Explains Increase in Processing Fees

The Central Bank through the Belize Chamber of Commerce has released a statement on the matter of bank charges for the issuance of cheques which is stirring concerns in the [...]

BAHA Confirms Contraband Onions on Belizean Market

On Wednesday night, we told you the story of the largest onion producer in the Belize District. The Orellana family produces upwards of one hundred thousand pounds of onion annually, [...]

BAHA Seizes 20,000 Pounds of Contraband Commodities in June

The BAHA Quarantine team has implemented a number of measures to crack down on the contraband business. Those efforts include checkpoints for inspections, as well as surveillance and intelligence gathering [...]

Changes in Prices of Fuel

There are changes in the prices of fuel; there’s a dip, but also an increase. Effective midnight, the pump prices for premium gasoline will go down to ten dollars and [...]

Estranged Husband to Stand Trial for Murder of Ex Common-law Wife

Forty-four-year-old Noewellin Williams has been ordered to stand trial for the stabbing death of his former common-law wife in August 2018.  Roxanna Pop, the mother of Williams’ three children, was [...]

Murder Suspect Faces Bail Revocation

Thirty-two-year-old Troy Hyde, a suspect in the murder of Kareem “Robbery” Lopez, is presently out on bail.  Tonight, he is in the news after being busted, along with twenty-five-year-old Raheem [...]

What’s Happening this Sunday for Olympic Day

This Sunday at the B.T.L. Park in Belize City, the Belize Olympic Committee is bringing together all its member federations and associations to put off an Olympic Day. Held under [...]

NICH & BAVIA Sign M.O.U. to Improve Audio Visual Industry

A first of its kind memorandum of understanding was signed this afternoon between the National Institute of Culture and History and the Belize Audio Visual Industry Association. The M.O.U. paves [...]

Developing a Viable and Sustainable Film Industry

The film and audio visual sector has been recognised by the government for about twenty years and Belize was one of the first countries within the Caribbean and Central American [...]

Crunching the B.T.L. Figures

Opposition Leader John Briceño has written to Prime Minister Dean Barrow, requesting the results of the ongoing audit by the Department of General Sales Tax of B.T.L.’s financials.  Briceño is [...]

B.T.I.A. Hosts 34th Bi-Annual General Meeting

On Wednesday, the Belize Hotel Association met; today its partners in the industry, the Belize Tourism Industry and Association, held its thirty-fourth biannual general meeting in Belmopan.  Stakeholders met at [...]

B.T.I.A. Says Booking Cancellations Decreasing

The tourism industry in Belize took a hit after U.S. doctor Gary Swank was murdered while vacationing on the island.  Cabinet anticipated an adverse effect that could possibly cripple San [...]

BELTRAIDE’s Inaugural Female Entrepreneurship Class Graduates

The Belize Trade and Investment Development Service, with the support from the Regional Center of Promotion for MSME, closed its first Female Entrepreneurship Programme with a graduation ceremony today in Belize [...]

A National Children’s Consultation on Disaster Risk Reduction

On Wednesday, the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development partnered with UNICEF to host a national children’s consultation on disaster risk reduction.  The event is part of a bigger [...]

Municipal Leaders in 2-Day UNCAC Training

Today, the United Nations Development Programme, in partnership with the UNDOC, concluded a two-day workshop with municipal leaders. The workshop is part of a strengthening of nation systems for the [...]

Pesticides Control Board Shares Mid-Term Evaluation of 2017-2021 Plan

In April 2017, the Pesticides Control Board launched a plan that would help the Board reach a higher level as a modern, more effective organization that delivers quality services and [...]

Healthy Living: Pediatrician Tips for Travel

Summer is here. For some families that means travel to other countries, especially the United States. It’s not common to think about outbreaks before checking in at the airport, but [...]