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S.W.U. Protests Ministry of Health over Inadequate Health Services in the South

There was a late evening protest in Dangriga where members of the Southern Workers Union this evening protested in front of the Southern Regional Hospital. The hospital has been plagued [...]

GOB’s Decision to Write-Off Joshua Perdomo’s 40K Grant is Unfortunate, Says Patrick Faber

Deputy Prime Minister Patrick Faber says that government’s decision to write-off a forty thousand dollars loan issued to Joshua Perdomo, son of Cabinet Secretary, is unfortunate. Prime Minister Dean Barrow [...]

Faber Confident in Win for UDP Leadership Convention

Patrick Faber will be holding an endorsement convention for the Collet in early September.  He is also the Deputy Leader of the United Democratic Party and his hope is to [...]

Mount Carmel Preschool Denied License Due to Failure to Meet Requirements

Mount Carmel Preschool has failed to receive its license from the Ministry of Education. The school reportedly has sixty students on its enrollment list and the management is concerned that [...]

Michael Hyde’s Body is Discovered Near Turneffe

The lifeless body of Michael Hyde was retrieved earlier today from the Caribbean Sea in the vicinity of the Turneffe Islands by coastguard personnel.  It is believed that Hyde may [...]

Henry Gideon still on the run after stabbing and robbing his grandmother

Police are still looking for twenty-three-year-old Henry Gideon, the man accused of attacking and stabbing his own grandmother on Wednesday night. Gideon allegedly pounced on his grandmother, sixty-five-year-old Fernanda Garcia [...]

Is Scotiabank Limited Leaving Belize?

There have been consistent reports that Scotiabank Belize is pulling out. Regionally the bank is said to be exiting from several branches in the Caribbean. The Central Bank of Belize, [...]

Belize Wins Gold in Football at CODICADER Games

The 2019 CODICADER Games are being held in Tegucigalpa, Honduras where team Belize won a gold medal in male football earlier today.  Belize’s victory over Panama by a score of [...]

Sports Minister Explains Reasons Why Works on Marshalleck Stadium has Slowed

Works on the Marshelleck Stadium in Benque Viejo del Carmen has slowed and the community is taking notice. Repairs were being done under the Belize Infrastructure Limited but there is [...]

San Pedro businessman spends night in lockup after attempting to license his firearm

The Operation Support Team and other Units of the Police Department made a number of busts in the past two days. The Operations team got a firearm off the streets [...]

The brother of Oliver Peters is charged with his attempted murder

A fight between a pair of siblings over property ended violently and tonight, thirty-eight year old Mark Anthony Ferguson is on remand accused of attempting to kill his brother, forty-four-year [...]

First-of-its-kind Cruise Conference Held in Belize

A first conference for tourism stakeholders took place today in Belize City. It was organized by the Belize Tourism Board to encourage those in the industry to become more competitive [...]

Orange Walk residents seek solid commitment from government to heal the New River

Tonight, representatives of the Department of the Environment are holding a public meeting at Orange Walk Town to address concerns on the deteriorating health of the New River. For several [...]

Darrel Smith is shot n the upper leg in Dangriga

At the crack of dawn this morning, there was a shooting in Dangriga. Twenty-one year old Darrel Smith was shot in the upper leg and transported to the Southern Regional [...]

Police search an SUV and comes up with 10 kilos of weed

On Thursday morning, a patrol mounted by the Operation Support Team of the Police conducted a search on a Silver Ford Edge S.U.V., at Miles seventeen in Hattieville, Belize District. [...]

BELTRAIDE Launches 2nd Edition of Made in Belize Catalogue

The Made in Belize Catalogue was launched this morning by the trade and investment arm of the government.  The magazine is a comprehensive directory of fifty local businesses and provides [...]

NEMO issue precautionary notice for hurricane season

Belize has been spared of hurricanes in the recent past, but the National Emergency Management Organization, NEMO is not letting its guard down. NEMO is strongly advising government line ministries [...]

Government seeks to monitor usage and safety of pharmaceuticals

The Ministry of Health hopes to put in place a plan to monitor the use, effectiveness and safety of medications in Belize. This initiative is the first of its kind [...]