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Double Murder in the South, Two Men Are Executed

The state of emergency has curbed the number of murders and other violence. But in the south today, two men were found murdered. The bodies of the men had gunshots [...]

FECTAB Wants 40/60 Split for Sales on Mainland Tours

A week after its leaders were arrested for holding an illegal protest, the FECTAB executive held a press conference in Belize City. And because of social distancing and the size [...]

FECTAB Sides with Stake Bank Cruise Port

As we reported on Thursday, FECTAB was founded in 2010 by Tom Greenwood, Yhonny Rosado, Troy Gabb and two others who have since defected from the organization.  Gabb is now [...]

Why Hasn’t FECTAB Fully Registered its Organization?

Is FECTAB a legally recognized organization, despite not submitting its articles of association and its by-laws to the Companies Registry for over ten years?  Since its establishment in 2010, FECTAB [...]

Chester Curving the Contraband Culture During COVID-19

The Village of San Victor which is located off the Philip Goldson Highway in the Corozal District is a well-known hotspot for the contraband of goods. Its proximity to the [...]

Santa Elena man says GSU tortured him!

Thirty-six-year-old David Galindo says he was beaten by law enforcement officers on Thursday morning. Galindo says that several G.S.U. officers arrived at his home in Santa Elena around six-thirty that [...]

ComPol Williams Says Police Officers Were Wrong

Complaints of police abuse have been persistent and Commissioner Chester Williams spoke of the incident while in the San Victor area.  He says the Head of the Professional Standard Branch [...]

ComPol Williams Says PC Rodriguez’s Statement was not True

In another case involving the cops, P.C. Mark Rodriguez found himself on the wrong side of the law after his fellow officers arrested him on Saturday night. Rodriguez got into [...]

Twelve year old dies in a Road Traffic Accident in Spanish Lookout

A twelve-year-old boy is dead following a road traffic accident in Spanish Lookout on Thursday afternoon around three-thirty. The boy, Widel Garcia, was travelling with his father Pedro Garcia on [...]

Two injured in traffic accident when their vehicle overturns

There was another traffic accident in the west and fortunately there were no fatalities. Two persons, however, had to be hospitalized. The Coordinator of NEMO, Lieutenant Colonel Shelton Defour was [...]

Regular Fuel Going UP

The price of regular gasoline went down in April by just under three dollars per gallon when crude oil plunged to historic levels on the international market. But the savings [...]

Two Years of Recovery for Bus Industry

We have been reporting on the economic woes of the transportation which has been battered by the COVID 19. A full recovery for the industry is a few years away, [...]

Bus Operators Aren’t Breaking Even

As it stands, the state of the bus industry will get worst in the weeks ahead before it gets any better.  In the summer months passengers commute less than they [...]

ComPol Williams Says He Won’t Campaign Against Cpl. Eldon Arzu

Voting will take place on June seventeenth for the Police Association of Belize. Long time president Corporal Arzu is seeking re-election and his opposing slate is being led by Sergeant [...]

Kafele Garcia Murder Trial Nears End

The murder trial of Lords Bank resident, Kafele Garcia, lost steam today for the Prosecution, after trial Judge, Supreme Court Justice, Colin Williams ruled that the caution statement given by [...]

Lynden Parham – Granted Bail on Gang-Related Activity charge

A man who was charged last month along with two underage brothers for gang-related activity is out on bail tonight after attorney, Oscar Selgado convinced Supreme Court Justice, Herbert Lord [...]

BPOs stand strong during COVID-19 economic impacts

Today, five of the BPOs in Belize shared their experience on how; they have been able to navigate the turbulent COVID-19 business climate. A few of the call centre lost [...]

BPOs donate 80K for COVID-19 response

Representatives of five of the biggest call centers in Belize officially did a handing over of donation to the Ministry of Health. The players in the BPO sector got together [...]

The new normal at N.H.I.

It is not business as usual in most places around the world. And here at home we know this all too well. With COVID-19 prevention measures such as face masks [...]

The Belize Zoo to host a soft re-opening this weekend!

The best little zoo in the world will re-open with a bang – for a soft launch this weekend. Three new educational ambassadors will make their debut this weekend. Today, [...]