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Noel Codd is Arraigned for Prohibited Ammunition

Six persons, including a minor, were detained for the clandestine landing of a drug plane in Santa Martha Village in Orange Walk.  Today, Noel Codd, the owner of a farm [...]

Is Ammunition Charge Simply a Holding Charge?

During the interview this afternoon, attorney Dickie Bradley alleged that the police department planted evidence against his client.  He contends that the ammunition offense is being used as a holding [...]

Customs Officer Refutes ComPol’s Account of Contraband Bust

In the south, Senior Customs Officer Richard Garbutt and Junior Customs Officer Jareth Tillett are among a group of seven persons who were arraigned today in respect of charges brought [...]

Doctor Marvin Manzanero is Not Resigning from his Post

News spread at the speed of lightening today about the purported resignation of Doctor Marvin Manzanero, the Director of Health Services, who has been the face in the fight against [...]

Statutory Instrument 134 is Broken Down

The new statutory instrument took effect on Tuesday, but as the government said today, alternative recommendations will be made.  Now, serious concerns were raised at the level of the National [...]

Is Confidentiality being Broken with Mandatory COVID List?

The S.I. legally compels the Director of Health Services to hand over the names of all COVID-19 patients across the country giving rise to the question of doctor/patient confidentiality.  According [...]

Restaurants and Churches Reopen to Limited Customers and Congregants

With a limit of only ten patrons or congregants, restaurants and churches can once again reopen, however, there are clear rules that speak to licenses in order to operate such [...]

B.T.I.A. Asks Prime Minister and the N.O.C. to Rethink its COVID-19 Strategy

The Phillip Goldson International Airport is less than a week away from reopening and once again final preparations are being made to ensure that strict protocols are put in place [...]

Was B.T.I.A.’s Letter Discussed at Today’s N.O.C. Meeting?

The National Oversight Committee met earlier today to discuss the reopening of the international airport. The three-page letter was forwarded to several tourism officials who also sit on the N.O.C., [...]

B.T.I.A. to G.O.B. – Let’s Start to Review Protocols Now

The reopening of the P.G.I.A. on October first precedes the opening of the annual tourism season by several weeks.  According to B.T.I.A.’s Second Vice President Stewart Krohn, it is not [...]

38-Year-Old Elias Yacab of Succotz is Latest COVID-19 Victim!

There is a new COVID-19 death to report tonight. But before we tell you more, let’s take a look at the latest numbers released on Tuesday night.  There are thirty-four [...]

17 Members of the Yacab Family Tested Positive for COVID-19

In our interview with Edwin Yacab he revealed that his brother Elias worked with Prosser Fertilizer and Agrotec Company Limited in Santa Elena. While he notes that he had contact [...]

Why Only Ten for Churches and Restaurants but More for Buses?

Notwithstanding the mortality rate associated with COVID-19, we asked the Attorney General this morning about the rationale behind limiting restaurants and churches to ten persons while allowing buses and other [...]

No Election Date Set, but U.D.P. Machinery is Up and Running

There is still no fixed date for the November general elections, aside from the fact that it will be held within the first two weeks of that month.  Today, when [...]

P.U.P. Launches Women and Family Agenda

The People’s United Party is also gearing up elections and has been launching policy documents on a number of areas. On Saturday night, the P.U.P. launched its policy for family [...]

Kareem Musa Commits to Three Targets of the Women’s Agenda for Caribbean Shores!

The launch included the input of P.U.P. women across the country, as well as standard bearers and area representatives. Caribbean Shores area rep Kareem Musa committed to championing three main [...]

Corona the Hawksbill Embarks on an Information Gathering Journey!

It’s been two years since we’ve reported on turtle conservation in Gales Point and today, we travelled to the village to bring you the latest turtle tagging event with the [...]

A National Media Campaign on SARS-CoV-2

The British Government is funding the “National Media Campaign on SARS-CoV-2” to the tune of eighty thousand four hundred and ninety dollars. The informational media campaign is aimed at preventing [...]

Looking Back at Said Musa’s Life in Politics

Former Prime Minister and eight-time P.U.P. area representative Said Musa has retired from electoral politics after a life of public service to the constituents of Fort George and the country.  [...]

New Buildings and Roads to be Named after Belizean Patriots

To close the newscast tonight we tell you about several locations across the country, including roads, bridges and public buildings, that are being named after prominent Belizeans whose contribution to [...]