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Belize Protests GAF Aggressive Behaviour at the Sarstoon

An incident on the Sarstoon has prompted a reaction from the Government. An excursion led by Will Maheia transporting members of SATIIM, an N.G.O., was stopped in its tracks and [...]

Forensic Experts Provide Evidence in Pastor Llewellyn Lucas Murder Trial

In our continued coverage of one of the most heinous murders, we headed to the Belmopan Supreme Court where the notorious William “Danny” Mason and four other men are being [...]

The Rash Family Overturns Outside of Dangriga

Members of a family of five from southern Belize were injured during a accident this morning. It happened just outside Dangriga when the Rash family from the village of San [...]

Man Pleads Guilty to Killing His Sister

In the Belize City Supreme Court, the trial of twenty-eight-year-old Elijah Burke came to an end today.  Burke took a guilty plea to killing his own sister by hacking her [...]

Caught on Camera; 2 Minors are Charged for Assault of Another

Two minors, who were seen in a video, bullying another minor, have been charged by police for targeting the minor.  The video was widely circulated on social media, but the [...]

Citrus Industry Remains in Bad Shape Amid Constant Decline in Production

While up north the sugar industry is having a bumper crop, in the south, the citrus industry is in dire straits. The 2018-2019 crop has been plagued by many factors [...]

Dengue Outbreak: Recognizing the Symptoms & Alerting Authorities

The Ministry of Health is battling a dengue outbreak which is prevalent up north, with the Orange Walk District reporting the highest number of confirmed cases. Dengue is caused by [...]

Several Persons Detained for Murder of Elderly Man in Maya Mopan

Police say that there are several persons detained in connection with the murder of Porfilio Nino. The sixty-five-year-old farmer was first reported missing and shortly after, he was found buried [...]

B.D.F. Summer Camp, Phase One Completed

One of the most anticipated summer camps is underway; it gives children an opportunity to learn discipline and team work in a fun way as they enjoy activities of their [...]

Recruiting the Best Men and Women to Join the B.D.F.

The B.D.F. is looking for a few good men and women to add to its ranks and over the weekend the force concluded the first phase of its recruitment process [...]

B.D.F. Cricket Team Prepare for Semi-final Round of Championships

While at Price Barracks today, we caught up with the B.D.F. cricket team, who has been preparing for the nationals in the sports. This year, a team of avid cricket [...]

Renaming the Paslow Building; the Competition Begins

Earlier this week, a protest was held by a group of energized Belizeans seeking to give the old Paslow building a more appropriate name when it is completed. Construction for [...]

Belize’s CARICOM Youth Ambassador Returns from Regional Youth Parliament Debate

CARICOM Youth Ambassador Kris Miller participated in the fifteenth regional youth parliament debate in Port of Spain, Trinidad last week. Miller and other youth ambassadors from across the region debated [...]

Second Annual Back-to-School & Pantry Programme to Help City Residents

The Belize City Council is launching its second annual back to school and pantry programme next week. The Council says that this time, even more underprivileged families will benefit.  Last [...]

CitCo’s Super Sale Continues this Weekend

If you don’t have any plans for this weekend, the City Council wants you to check out the downtown super sale. The monthly event, organized by the City Council in [...]