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Argument Among In-laws Ends in Murder on Kelly Street

Tonight police are looking for Whitfield Fisher, the suspect in the murder of his brother-in-law, Andrew Flores. Flores was killed inside an apartment on Kelly Street on the night of [...]

There’s an Urgent Need to Discuss Suicide Prevention!!

The Francisco family is tonight reeling over the unfortunate death of one of their own. Morgan Francisco Junior took his own life on September tenth as the world observed Suicide [...]

BDF Commander Comments on PC Ical

After six days of being lost in the jungles of Southern Belize, P.C. Bernard Ical returned to post in good health. The police officer went missing last week Wednesday and found [...]

Belize Records 19th COVID-19 Related Death

Preliminary data from the Ministry of Health shows that thirty-six new cases of COVID-19 cases were identified today with forty-four recovered cases. There is also another death to report, the [...]

Concerns of Exposure at KHMH Expressed

There are concerns of possible exposure since Torres was not being treated in the COVID-19 isolation unit despite showing signs. According to Doctor Manzanero, Torres was isolated inside the I.C.U. [...]

PUP Unveils Agriculture Policy

The People’s United Party has unveiled its plan for the agricultural sector seeking to strengthen existing industries and boost local production by stopping the importation of produce that is grown [...]

Anita Zetina Selected to be SISCA’s Secretary General

Belizean Anita Zetina has been elected to the post of Secretary-General of the Secretariat of Central American Social Integration. That body is an arm of SICA which focuses on building [...]

NEMO Completes Damage Assessment for TS Nana

The National Emergency Management Organization, NEMO, has completed a preliminary assessment of damages incurred as a result of Tropical Storm Nana which made landfall as a weak Category One hurricane [...]

Humanitarian Aid is being Extended to Victims of TS Nana

In the wake of the storm, government has since reached out to victims in need of humanitarian assistance, particularly in the Stann Creek District where several villages, including Silk Grass, [...]

Women, Peace and Security Agenda Launched

A virtual launch took place this morning of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda of the Ministry of National Security.  The agenda seeks to promote gender equality, women empowerment and [...]

A cop who crossed the northern border finds himself in a quarantine facility

A cop is in a quarantine facility tonight after he drove across the northern border and went to Chetumal. P.C. Mesa is said to have been dressed in police attire [...]

Fire Destroys Belize City House

A woman remains hospitalized tonight after she was caught in a house fire on Thursday night. The fire erupted at the residence of Kendrick Nunez on Unity Street in Belize [...]

The IOM makes a donation to the Immigration Department

The Immigration Department has been gifted with seven flat-screen television sets by the International Migration Department.  The TVs will be used to display infomercials vital in the migration processes. The [...] Welcomes Belizeans For a Day of Relaxation

We all know that tourism has taken a nose-dive; the P.G.I.A. remains closed for another three weeks and international visitors have kept away due to the corona virus. Tour operators [...]

Mexico independence Celebration to go virtual

And get ready to celebrate Mexico’s Independence Day. The Embassy of Mexico in Belize today issued a release to say that the celebration is on; but given the current situation [...]

Remembering a Belizean who died in the 9/11 attack in the US

There is another anniversary of an unforgettable event;   It is recorded that more than three thousand persons died in the worst terrorist attack on the United States, nineteen years ago. [...]

St. George’s Caye Day Celebrated Virtually

The Battle of St. George’s Caye this year did not have the traditional merrymaking and the vibe of the street parade. For the first time in two hundred and twenty-two [...]