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Blue Creek Farmers Lose Millions in Corn Crop due to Drought

As changes in weather patterns rise due to climate change, a drought is wrecking havoc in agricultural fields in northern Belize. Earlier today, the Meteorological office issued a drought warning [...]

Drought May Force Importation of Soybeans

Soybean plantations in Blue Creek and other parts of the country are also being affected by the continuous drought. In Blue Creek, farmers there were expected to plant two thousand [...]

Jose Mai Says Fresh Injection of Capital Can Save Farmers

Parliamentarian Jose Abelardo Mai says the Government must pay attention to the farmers’ plights. Ignoring such issues can have detrimental effects on not only the economy but also on households, [...]

New River’s Health Continue to Deteriorate

The Department of Environment will be holding a public meeting on Friday to disclose information regarding the health of the New River. The public is expected to be informed of [...]

Supt. Gualberto Garcia Stripped of Adjudicator Post

Corporal Kent Martinez remains on interdiction, having been arraigned on a charge of manslaughter by negligence for the shooting death of Allyson Major Junior which occurred on July sixteenth. Despite [...]

ComPol Williams Says Police Department Must Enforce Discipline

According to Commissioner Williams, the police department has been grappling with the issue of public perception where it concerns intra-departmental discipline of its officers. The fact that the former adjudicator [...]

Jenny-Lee Cruz is the winner of KTV-The Remix Season 3

This season of KTV-The Remix came to a close on Tuesday night with a spectacular show. The Bliss was overflowing with fans from all over in anticipation of the announcement [...]

Still No Charges in Death of Danielle Hall

Tonight, there is still no decision on what charges will be brought against Emily Ico, the mother of nine-year-old Danielle Hall who died in her care at the family residence [...]

Chester on Sarkis Abou-Nehra’s Home Invasion Case Falling Apart

In respect of the case involving a gang of thieves who reportedly broke into the home of businessman Sarkis Abou-Nehra in Burrell Boom in December 2015.That case continues to come [...]

Unrest at Princess Royal Youth Hostel

There was another disturbance at the Princess Royal Youth Hostel on Tuesday night where police officers were called in to assist with a group of unruly girls.  During their response, [...]

Moises Flores gets Two Years for Sexual Assault

A man is serving two years behind bars after he was found guilty of sexually molesting an eight-year-old girl. Senior Magistrate Aretha Ford convicted Moises Flores, a Belize City resident, [...]

Dengue on the Rise in Northern Belize

The number of cases of persons infected with dengue fever continues to rise in the northern districts.  According to Director of Health Services, Dr. Marvin Manzanero the spike in new [...]

Only Two Deaths from Dengue Fever says MOH

While the numbers in Belize and Toledo districts are fairly low, they may be the result of an under-reporting of cases.  Despite the number of hospitalizations across the country, the [...]

Belize Youth Movement appalled at debt write-off of Joshua Perdomo

The Belize Youth Movement, which is an arm of the People’s United Party, says it is appalled at the write-off of forty thousand dollars owed to the government by the [...]

Pathlight awards 62 scholarships to Belmopan and Belize City students

Classes are about to begin so this morning more than sixty students were recipients of scholarships that ensure they continue their studies at various colleges. The scholarships are part of [...]

Thieves in Belmopan Attempted to Hit Several Locations in Spate of Burglaries

A string of businesses in Belmopan was struck by thieves in the early hours of this morning. A construction site across from the National Agriculture and Trade Show Grounds, where [...]

Belizean athletes competing in the CODICADER Games are snatching the medals

A contingent of Belizean athletes left Belize without fanfare and are currently in Honduras where they are competing in the U-15 CODICADER games in Tegucigalpa. The local team is taking [...]

Police Meet and Greet Goes to Gungulung

A phalanx of police officers descended on LaCroix Boulevard this evening before making its way into Holy Emmanuel Street where they broke off into individual groups to introduce themselves to [...]

Policing Gungulung is No Joke” – ComPol Chester Williams

Gungulung is well-known for the feuding gangs within that neighborhood and policing the area has been a quite challenge.  According to the top cop, while the Special Patrol Unit focuses [...]