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Four Confiscated Drug Planes Sold for Under $1M

Numerous landings of drug planes in Belize have amassed a fleet of aircrafts that government has taken into its possession.  Those business jets, in various state of disrepair, are kept [...]

Confiscated Aircrafts Bought By Belizeans and Foreigners

According to Enriquez, the collective price for the aircrafts was determined based on the conditions in which they were being sold, and many of them were damaged after landing on [...]

O.A.S. to Verify Whether Belizean Soldiers Crossed Over into Guatemala

The Organization of American States is conducting an investigation to determine the geographical location of a team of Belize Defense Force soldiers, who ventured into an area of the adjacency [...]

A Filthy Kitchen At Camp Belizario

The following story also involves the B.D.F.  Images of filth that has accumulated at the kitchen at Camp Belizario in Central Farm have been raising concerns for some of the [...]

Life Continues as Normal in Arenal Village, Despite Rise of COVID-19 Cases in Guatemala

The main border points remain closed, but illegal border crossings are still taking place because every week we get an update on how many persons are arrested and charged for [...]

B.D.F. Soldier Margarito Pop Arraigned for Raping Female Soldier

A B.D.F. soldier has been taken to court for rape.  The matter reportedly happened a few days ago and the female officer made the complaint. This comes on the heels [...]

CARICOM IMPACS Come Bearing Sanitary Supplies for Belize Central Prison

At the Philip Goldson International Airport this morning, a French aircraft touched down, bringing supplies that will be used by inmates at the Belize Central Prison. Everywhere, including the prisons, [...]

Anticipating the Reopening of the P.G.I.A.

Belize has entered its eighth week without recording a positive COVID-19 case. The closure of the P.G.I.A. and land borders has kept imported cases away and the work of frontline [...]

Belize Enters 8th Week since Last Positive COVID-19 Case

More than one thousand six hundred COVID-19 tests have been conducted and as of Tuesday afternoon, only two cases were under investigation. Belize continues with zero positive COVID-19 and is [...]

2 Men are Wanted for Hopkins Double Murder

Police are looking for two men who are suspects in the murders of a Belizean and a U.S. national at a farm in Hopkins, Stann Creek District, on May twenty-second. [...]

Adjusting to the New Normal Amid Coronavirus Threat

Businesses are finding new ways to provide customers with personal safety. In the downtown area of the City, Dibary, is one of the attractive places to shop. But due to [...]

More than Organic, Traditional Chocolate Bars!

Tonight we take you back down south to Maya Center Village for part two of our story with Julio Saqui, the co-owner of Che’il Mayan Chocolate. Making authentic and organic [...]

Milling Halts at the B.S.I. Factory

The A.S.R./B.S.I. factory did its final milling around four before it closed temporarily to do some maintenance work. As we reported on Tuesday, the closure is directly related to the [...]

Drought Woes for Sugar Industry; Relief “Soon Come!”

This heavy rain is but only one climate related issue for the sugar industry. As you’ll recall, last year the industry suffered a serious drought and in the last couple [...]

Grains and Sugarcane Fields Flooded in the West!

Many crops are under water due to recent flooding to Tropical Storm Cristobal that formed in the Bay of Campeche. Locally crops and grains are being affected in the west and [...]

Professional Overalls and Uniforms for the Operational Support Team at CitCo

Sanitation workers and operational support staff at the Belize City Council will be donning a professional look.  City Hall has acquired overalls and provided them with protective gear to be [...]

C.W.U. and P.B.L. Resolve Stevedores’ Issue

A meeting was held on Tuesday afternoon between the Christian Workers Union and the Port of Belize Limited. It was mediated by the Labour Department and focused on a three-day [...]

Family of Three Escapes Injury after House Collapse; Needs Help!

A family of three was home on Tuesday night when their house came crumbling down. Thalia Westby and her two sons have been living in the small wooden house on [...]

Harmony Young Undergoes Surgery

Last week, we brought you the story of Harmony Young, a sixteen-year-old Belize City resident who was diagnosed with a benign brain tumour back in March of this year. Her [...]

Y.W.C.A. Launches a Feminine Hygiene Products Drive

COVID-19 has left many families disenfranchised across the country. While some have joined the unemployment pool and are dependent on relief from government, others are unable to meet rent, pay [...]