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Attempted Murder in Corozal

We begin tonight’s newscast with a brazen shooting incident in the north during which the victim fortunately escaped grave injury and is now hospitalized. In San Andres Village, Corozal District, [...]

G.O.B. to Announce New Quarantine Regulations on Friday

The Government of Belize is expected to announce new quarantine regulations on Friday which will become effective on Saturday.  As you will recall, the most recent Statutory Instrument expires this [...]

Alcohol Sales to Cut Off at Six p.m.

When that new statutory instrument comes into effect, it will also clamp down on the sale of alcohol.  According to Minister Kareem Musa, the public will no longer be able [...]

Home Affairs Minister Says Belize Needs to Consider a Lockdown!

As we head into the holidays and new measures are put in place, talk of another lockdown has been swirling in the public.  As we told you earlier this week, [...]

Dr. Gilroy Middleton is the New Immigration C.E.O.

Late this evening, the Office of the Prime Minister announced the appointment of Doctor Gilroy Middleton as the new Chief Executive Officer in the Ministry of Immigration. The release says [...]

Channel 7 Ditches Net Vasquez

Former B.T.L. Chairman Nestor Vasquez has also parted ways with his family business, Tropical Vision Limited, Channel Seven after thirty-nine years of ownership.  The move comes in the wake of [...]

225 New Recruits for Intake 95

A cohort of at least two hundred and twenty-five new police constables is expected to pass out of the Police Training Academy in June 2021, upon completion of a six [...]

Brandon and Hubert Baptist Allege Constant Police Harassment

Siblings Brandon and Hubert Baptist and two other Belize City residents were released from police custody earlier today, after being detained by police on Wednesday while they were at home [...]

Popular Footballer Says He too was Harassed by the Cops

Also detained during the sweep was well-known footballer Floyd Jones who says he was at the barbershop inside the family yard when he, too, was taken into custody.  According to [...]

Armed Robbery in Spanish Lookout

There was a brazen armed robbery in Spanish Lookout on Wednesday afternoon. Salesman Michael Escalante reported to police upon walking out of Farmers Trading Center in Spanish Lookout, he was [...]

New Guidelines to be Implemented at the P.G.I.A.

New guidelines for passenger arrivals at the Philip Goldson International Airport are being developed by a committee led by Minister of the Blue Economy and Civil Aviation, Andre Perez.  The [...]

I.D.B. Invest and Atlantic Bank Team Up for Tourism Development

Stakeholders in tourism, particularly the micro, small and medium enterprises that were hit hardest by COVID-19, will now be able to access financing through a twenty million U.S. dollar loan [...]

Police to Step Up Enforcement Measures!

Minister of Home Affairs Kareem Musa says that while the laws are in place and cops will help to enforce the laws to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the public [...]

Public Transport Must Cut Carrying Capacity by Half!

One of the other COVID-19 prevention changes that we can expect will be in public transportation.  According to Minister Musa, the crack down on public transportation to cut the spread [...]

Fultec Systems Harvesting Vervain and Lemon Grass for Public Consumption

Since Monday, Fultec Systems Limited has been giving away free packets containing vervain and lemon grass. The packets are boiled and then you drink it as you would a tea. [...]

C.D.F. Launches a Campaign to Prevent Family Violence

The Child Development Foundation launched a campaign that seeks to prevent family violence.  The campaign will engage private sector through the use of posters and educational sessions. Executive Director Diana [...]

The D.F.C. Gets Ready to Become a G.F.C. Accredited Entity

The Development Finance Corporation is on its way to become a Green Climate Fund accredited entity.   It means that the D.F.C. will be able to provide access to funding for [...]

Healthy Living: Safer Christmas

2020 has been anything but traditional, so it’s safe to say that we must reconsider all our usual Christmas traditions as we continue battling the pandemic.  So with one week [...]