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Crocodile Tears or Sincere Grief Over the Loss of a Dearly Beheaded Friend?

William “Danny” Mason had his day in court today. Mason chose to give testimony from the dock on the murder of Pastor Llewellyn Lucas who was beheaded in July 2016.  [...]

Taiwanese Ambassador to Belize: “I must say we do value this wonderful friendship”

Turning to Politics, in August, Caribbean Shores Area Representative Kareem Musa made an unofficial visit to mainland China. He was accompanied by a P.U.P. contingent comprised of Belize City Deputy Mayor [...]

Is Edmond Castro Team Faber or Team Saldivar?

Deputy Prime Minister and aspiring U.D.P. Leader Patrick Faber officially launched his bid to lead the United Democratic Party weeks ago. Faber’s convention was held at the Belize City Civic [...]

Edmond Castro Cagey About Joshua Perdomo’s $40K Write-Off

The government received much backlash after the Barrow Administration, during a sitting of the House of Representatives, tabled a motion through which a forty thousand dollars loan owed by Joshua [...]

Castro Voted in Favor of Write-Off

While Castro attempted to end the interview, the media pressed on the issue and challenged him on some facts including that he was part of the House Committee which reviewed [...]

Two minors and an adult remain detained pending charge’s for Christopher Chi’s murder

Three persons, two of them minors, remain detained at the Orange Walk Police Station pending charges for the murder of thirteen-year-old Christopher Chi. The child’s body was found tucked in [...]

A Frantic Search for Adamir Choc, Six Days Later

It has been six days since nineteen-year-old Adamir Choc was last seen by family and friends and a frantic search to locate the Belmopan resident is underway tonight in the [...]

No Word From Missing Teenager in Belmopan

According to Assistant Commissioner of Police Joseph Myvett, an official report was filed with Belmopan police on September eleventh.  Choc’s cell phone was reportedly left with a friend and all [...]

GOB distances itself from Deputy Director, Reynaldo Verde detained by the FBI for alleged extortion

The government today issued a statement in respect of Reynaldo Verde, the Deputy Director of the Belize Tax Services Department seeking to distance itself from the forty-seven-year old tax officer. [...]

Taiwanese Ambassador Discusses Guatemalan Registered Company’s Role in Upgrading of Sarteneja Road

An agreement between the Government of Belize and the Export-Import Bank of Taiwan for a fifty million dollar loan was signed on Monday after it was ratified by Senate in [...]

National Fire Service to Obtain Fire Truck from Government of India

Newly appointed fire chief, Colin Gillett, after having completed a tour of most of the National Fire Service’s facilities countrywide, says he is determined to have the service adequately equipped. [...]

Community petition seeks full commitment from DOE in restoring the New River

The recently formed New River Task Force, Chaired by the Department of the Environment, met for a second time at Orange Walk Town today. The Department of the Environment updated [...]

Teenager on remand for Arson

Tonight, teenager, Vince Timmons is on remand at the Belize Central Prison on three criminal offenses, including an indictable offense of arson. Late on Wednesday, Timmons  appeared before two different [...]

Robbers target Madisco employees in Belize City

Police are currently looking for two persons who robbed two men while conducting business in Belize City. Superintendent Hilberto Romero told the media today that on Wednesday, armed men held [...]

Celebrating 30 Years of Belize-Taiwan Friendship

After thirty years of diplomatic relations with Taiwan, Belize continues to benefit significantly from various programmes for its support to the Republic of China.  Days ago, the government signed a [...]

A Spike in Aggressive Cattle Ranching Activities Along the Western Border

Friends for Conservation and Development is reporting a spike in aggressive cattle ranching activities along the western border. F.C.D. notes that in March, more than eighty pastures were documented in [...]

A decrease in the number of Scarlet Macaws at the Hands of Guatemalan Poachers

The F.C.D. is also reporting that illegal wildlife trafficking and poaching have been affecting the scarlet macaw population. This year, some twenty five parrots were lost at the hands of [...]

Information platform launched to promote safe migration

Border points across the country will be airing infomercials on migration which is a global problem that is growing in Belize. The International Organization for Migration has donated television sets [...]

NEMO Keeping an Eye on Forming Storms

As the Bahamas recovers from the devastation of Hurricane Dorian, a brewing storm system is posing a new threat to the northern islands of the Bahamas. Meteorologists say it could [...]

A Ride Across the World for Peace

Dnyaneshwar Yewotkar has traveled across seventeen countries and has been joined by American national Christopher Vitale as they bike across the world to spread the message of peace. The ride [...]

Healthy Living takes a look at Glaucoma

By now you know that a yearly eye test is advised to maintain and protect your vision. But an eye exam can also detect diseases like Glaucoma that can rob [...]