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Not Guilty! Michelle Brown is Freed of the Murder of Fareed Ahmad

We begin tonight’s newscast from the Supreme Court in Belize City with a ruling in the murder case involving well-known barber Fareed Ahmad. On December twenty-eighth, 2017 Ahmad was killed. [...]

Four Persons Injured in Lakeview Street Shootout with Cops

Multiple gunshots rang out on Lakeview Street this morning where officers on mobile patrol got into a shootout with several persons who had reportedly opened fire on an individual who [...]

Augustine Coc is Executed as he Headed Home in Belize City

Just as our evening newscast was wrapping up on Thursday night, shots rang out on Partridge Street in Belize City. The life of twenty-seven-year-old forklift driver Augustine Coc was ended [...]

Cattle Landing Man Found Bound and Shot to Death!

There’s another murder to report, this time it happened in southern Belize where thirty-seven-year-old Darwin Chavarria met a gruesome end in Punta Gorda.  The Cattle Landing resident was last seen [...]

Cassian Billary Arraigned for Micah Baltazar’s Murder

Cassian Billary of Warrie Street in Belize City was arraigned before Senior Magistrate Aretha Ford for the murder of nineteen-year-old Micah Baltazar. Billary couldn’t be offered bail and no plea [...]

New Curfew in Time for Christmas Holidays

There are new COVID-19 measures being implemented going into the Christmas holidays, including a nightly curfew that will keep most Belizeans inside their homes at eight o’clock.  The announcement of [...]

$500 Fine for Face Mask Offense, Plus Stiffer COVID-19 Regulations

The use of face masks remains mandatory, despite the penalty for the offense of not having one or wearing it improperly having been reduced to a fine of five hundred [...]

Number of Active Cases Drastically Reduced, but No Social Gatherings

From the health perspective, the number of active cases has decreased considerably to a little over one thousand, five hundred infections based on a redefined method by the World Health [...]

Restaurants at Fifty Percent by Reservations Only, Schools Remain Closed

The new statutory instrument that comes into effect this weekend also applies to restaurants and bars, schools, as well as participation in contact sports.  Where schools are concerned, they will [...]

No Liquor to be Sold After Six P.M.!!

The sale of liquor is also being prohibited beyond six p.m. daily and that, too, is indefinite.  While alcohol can still be consumed in the privacy of one’s home, you [...]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Receives Cheque from the Embassy of Mexico for Humanitarian Assistance

On behalf of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Chief Executive Officer Amalia Mai received a cheque of fifty-nine thousand, five hundred and eighty-four dollars and thirty-nine cents from Mexico’s Ambassador [...]

Government of Belize Receives Humanitarian Relief Donation from Brazil

The Government of Belize received a donation of humanitarian relief from the Government of Brazil to assist in the aftermath of Tropical Depression Eta and floods caused by Hurricane Iota. [...]

Coast Guard Annual Luncheon & Award Ceremony 2020

Today, the Belize Coast Guard held one of its tradition – the annual Christmas luncheon and awards program.  The Christmas luncheon for military or service members is a long standing [...]