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A Pair of Brothers is Stabbed by Mentally Ill Cousin; Minor Dies

A Caye Caulker was stabbed to death and his brother injured in a violent stabbing incident after midnight on Monday. Police are calling the incident a stabbing death because the [...]

Brandon Bennett is Killed and Dumped Near Vista del Mar

Even before the stabbing death in Caye Caulker, a Belize City man, well-known to the law, was found dead at the entrance of Vista del Mar on the Phillip Goldson [...]

Bracko Bats for Big Pharma

Former President Geovanni Brackett of the Citizens Organized for Liberty through Action, COLA, has gone the solo route as an independent activist and this morning he invited the media to [...]

Brackett Takes Aim at Ministry of Health

Brackett referenced a memorandum that was issued in April 2017 giving formal notice for the purchase of pharmaceuticals from designated N.H.I. providers.  He openly questions whether there have been studies [...]

“My Position is Grassroots” – Geovanni Brackett

So what informs Brackett’s decision to come out against the Ministry of Health which regulates and oversees the procurement and retail of pharmaceuticals across the country?  While it can be [...]

Shortage of Anti-Retroviral Meds Reported

While there are reports that only generic meds are being imported,  there are also concerns growing among persons living with HIV/AIDS as reports suggest that the anti-retroviral medication have depleted [...]

Still No Answer from M.O.H. over HIV/AIDS Meds Shortage

Director of CNET+ Diego Grajalez says that he has written to the Ministry of Health and the National AIDS Commission to ascertain what is the issue with the procurement of [...]

Mason’s Trial Winds Down; Attorney Ready for Closing

William “Danny” Mason, Ashton Vanegas, Kieron Fernandez, Terrence Fernandez, and Ernest Castillo were back in the Belmopan Supreme Court today as the trial continued.  As we reported on Monday, the [...]

Bhrea Bowen Asks Court of Appeal to Increase Compensation

In July 2018, Supreme Court Justice Shona Griffith ruled in favour of Bhrea Bowen who successfully sued the Gang Suppression Unit for violating her constitutional rights.  In July 2012, Bowen who [...]

No Attorney Wants to Represent Bert Vasquez

The infamous Bert Vasquez appeared in the Court of Appeal this afternoon. Vasquez, who remains incarcerated on sex charges, appeared unrepresented to appeal a 2018 conviction for forcible abduction and [...]

Ignatius Williams is Sentenced to 2 Years for Attempted Murder

Ignatius Williams, a notorious figure of the Saint Martin’s de Porres area, was convicted late on Monday in the Supreme Court for the stabbing of a Field Service Technician of [...]

Former Murder Suspect is Busted with Unlicensed Firearm

Tonight, a former murder suspect is on remand at the Belize Central Prison after he was nabbed in Ladyville in possession of an unlicensed firearm. Thirty-one-year-old Michael Edward Pook was [...]

Toddler Drowns in Well in Santa Cruz Village

Three-year-old Oscar Bonilla drowned when he fell into a well in Santa Cruz Village over the weekend.  The toddler was last seen playing with another child when his mother went [...]

Outrage in Hope Creek; Disagreement on Water Board Composition

There is outrage in Hope Creek in southern Belize where villagers are not sitting down to allow the area representation to impose who sits on the water board.  The village [...]

Fuel Prices Changing Again

New prices for premium gasoline and diesel take effect at midnight. Premium gasoline will increase by thirty-eight cents and goes up ten dollars ninety-seven cents per gallon. Diesel will go [...]

Bev for 2nd Deputy Party Leader of the U.D.P.

On Monday, Tracy Taegar Panton, the area rep for the Albert Division in Belize City announced she is seeking the post of first deputy leader of the U.D.P. when convention [...]

Second Annual Belize Birding Festival

More than two hundred people gathered in San Ignacio over the weekend to talk about birds in Belize. This is the second time the birding community has come together for [...]

CEBO Comes to Belize

A CARICOM initiative to get youths involved in business is taking place in Belize City. This week, a group of thirty youths will be participating in the programme named Creativity [...]

Belize Wins Gold in U-13 Volleyball at CODICADER Games

On Monday evening, Belize’s U-thirteen Volleyball Team returned with gold from the CODICADER Games in Costa Rica.  The first place win is a big deal for the Belize team as [...]