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Kenzle Hulse Charged with Harm Upon Ex-Girlfriend

In the Belmopan Magistrate Court, Kenzle Hulse, the son of Minister Godwin Hulse, made an appearance and was charged with harm. It follows a report of domestic violence made by [...]

Agriculture Minister Godwin Hulse Speaks on Son’s Court Case

Present for the arraignment was Godwin Hulse, the Minister of Agriculture who is the father of Kenzle Hulse. The Minister signed bail for Kenzle, who has a previous charge for [...]

PUP says zero tolerance to violence against women

The mother of Nicole Usher was heard early this morning on the airwaves with the complaint. She placed a call to Vibes radio complaining of the physical assault on her [...]

Body of Belmopan Teen Found

A second missing person was found dead this week. On Monday, the remains of Densmore Bowman from Belmopan were found in a shallow grave between miles twenty-three and twenty-four on [...]

Thieves Steal Liquor and Money from BDF Camp

The workplace of the financial officer of the Belize Defense Force at Price Barracks, Ladyville was broken into recently and stolen from his office was an assortment of liquor, as [...]

Missing Persons Turned Murder Victim on the Rise in 2019

The number of missing persons: youths, men and women, is on an upward trend. In some cases they are found safely but in a number of instances, missing persons are [...]

Mark Waight found not guilty again

This morning twenty-one-year-old Mark Waight was found not guilty for the second time and the judgment came six months apart from each other. Waight was on trial for the attempted [...]

The mother of a toddler is accused of aggravated assault by her ex

A two-year-old child was at the centre of a domestic dispute between the parents. This morning Mara Perez, a resident of Ladyville village, appeared before Senior Magistrate Tricia Pitts-Anderson where [...]

Met Service talks drought outlook for Belize

On Tuesday we showed you the impacts of the drought on the sugar cane fields in the north. A lot of crops have been affected by the below normal rain [...]

Why is Marcos Osorio no longer with SIRDI?

Маrсоѕ Оѕоrіо is no longer the Dіrесtоr оf thе Ѕugаr Іnduѕtrу Rеѕеаrсh Dеvеlорmеnt Іnѕtіtutе (ЅІRDІ). Thе Ѕugаr Іnduѕtrу Соntrоl Воаrd reportedly ordered Osorio’s removal when he was informed that his [...]

SIB Releases November Stats for Export and Imports

A total of one hundred and eighty million dollars in goods was imported last month, an increase of nine point two percent from imports in November 2018.  Increases were recorded [...]

COMPOL issues statement on Kenzle Hulse

Back to the case involving Kenzle Hulse. Late this evening, it prompted a statement from the Commissioner of Police. It states that on Tuesday, December seventeenth  2019, Nicole Usher, and [...]

UK’s Brexit – what does it mean for Belize trade?

The U.K.’s exit from the European Union is nearing – and with recent elections in the country, the result has empowered Conservative Party Leader Boris Johnson to effect the “Brexit” [...]

UB Nursing Graduates make their mark in regional exams

The University of Belize has been enjoying the spotlight with some of its students excelling in various sectors. Recently, Abbie Godoy won the prestigious Commonwealth Caribbean Rhodes Scholarship. Today, U.B. [...]

A new truck for the manatees!

Today the Sea to Shore Alliance received a brand new truck for the manatees. The seventeen thousand U.S.D. truck and its trailer will be used to transport manatees. The manatee [...]

Ninth Annual Lakers Community Christmas Party

The children of the Saint Martin’s area of Belize City attended their anticipated annual Christmas party today. The festive event is now in its ninth year and each year it [...]

Christmas Party at Leo Bradley Library with Brad Pattico

This morning, the Leo Bradley Library also held a Christmas party to culminate a series of literacy programmes held throughout the course of the year. Over one hundred kids attended [...]