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Keith Courtenay Junior is Shot Dead in His Yard!

A father of two was killed in Belize City on Monday night. Keith Courtenay Junior was in his yard when the assailants attacked him. He tried to escape from his [...]

Police Say Courtenay Junior May Not Have Been the Intended Target!

As you heard just now, Keith Courtney Junior’s family can’t say exactly why he was killed, although they acknowledged that he was being harassed by the members of his former [...]

A Gangland Execution on Neal’s Pen Road; Micah Baltazar was Blindsided

Another mother is grieving the loss of a teenage son to gun violence tonight.  Florentina Baltazar’s son was gunned down on Neal’s Pen Road on Monday night, several minutes after [...]

Prime Minister Announces Members of the Economic Recovery Advisory Team

Prime Minister John Briceño today announced the members of the Economic Recovery Advisory Team.  These members are tasked with getting the economy back on track.  A working group of fourteen [...]

A By-Election in Corozal Bay

Corozal Bay area representative David “Dido” Vega died from complications related to the novel coronavirus, leaving a vacant seat in the House of Representatives.  This has triggered a by-election for [...]

When Will Candidates be Nominated?

On the night of the November eleventh General Elections, former Corozal Bay Area Representative Pablo Marin announced that he was retiring from politics and hinted to former four-time Corozal Town [...]

Voters’ List Likely to Increase

Corozal Bay was among the divisions that saw a high voter turnout; eighty-nine percent of the electorate came out to exercise their constitutional right. Back in November, some five thousand [...]

Elections and Boundaries Ready for Municipal Elections

As you know by now, the municipal elections are scheduled to be held on the first Wednesday in the month of March, 2021.  So on March third, voters from nine [...]

Deadline for Registering for Municipal Elections is January Eleventh

The deadline to register in time for the municipal elections is January eleventh. Chief Elections Officer Josephine Tamai says that given the registration cycle, the approved list will include those [...]

Saint Martin’s One Stop Auto Care – a Second Chance for Former Gangsters, Criminals

A second phase of the Empowering Communities to Empower Themselves initiative, funded by the U.S. Embassy Public Affairs grant, was launched today. Months ago, in the Yarborough community, a life [...]

Coast Guard Meets with Sarteneja Community

Earlier today, Acting Commandant of the Belize Coast Guard, Commander Gregory Soberanis, along with his operational staff, met with the leadership of Sarteneja Village to discuss community collaboration and partnership [...]

G.O.B. Launches Belize COVID-19 Cash Transfer Program

The government today announced the launch of the Belize COVID-19 Cash Transfer Program. The program aims to provide support to vulnerable households affected by COVID-19.  G.O.B. says that the program [...]

Incorporating the Gender Approach in the Workplace

The Belize Crime Observatory partnered with the National Women’s Commission to assist forty-six professionals from across twenty different agencies working in addressing Gender-Based Violence to incorporate the gender approach in [...]

Belize Music Agency Moves to Online Platform

The Belize Music Agency is switching its entire music operation to an online platform but for it do to so it needed funding. C.E.O. James Sanker looked to the Caribbean [...]

Virtual Brukdown Festival to be Held on Sunday

One of the Belize Music Agency’s first online events will be the annual Brukdown Festival scheduled to take place on Sunday, December twentieth.  Sanker says that lovers of brukdown music [...]