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Fire Displaces Six Families: Area Rep Gives Swift Help

Six families, including six children and a pregnant woman, are displaced after a fire swept through their yard and destroyed their homes in Belize City. It happened on the evening [...]

Elderly Woman Knocked Down and Killed in Corozal Town

An elderly woman lost her life in Corozal Town on Sunday morning as she rode her bicycle and was hit by a car.  Sixty-eight-year-old Julia Gongora was rushed to the [...]

Elston Kerr Street Shooting Injures Two Belize City Men

A pair of men socializing at the intersections of Iguana and Elston Kerr streets on Thursday night came under gunfire following an altercation with an unnamed individual sometime earlier.  Investigators [...]

APAMO Questions Why Only 3 of 6 Illegal Loggers Charged

The Association of Protected Areas Management Organization has issued a release questioning why only some of the men arrested during an illegal logging operation have been charged. APAMO says that [...]

Belize Commences Offer to Buy Superbond

Today, the government announced that Belize has officially commenced an offer to buy back the super bond, and the solicitation of consents from bondholders. Through the arrangement, Belize is proposing [...]

COVID-19 Active Cases Continue to Rise; 382 Deaths

The number of deaths associated with the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rise. The data for the extended weekend has been tallied by the Epidemiological Unit of the Ministry of Health [...]

Mayor Wagner on Resilience against COVID-19

During his speech at the celebration of the anniversary of the Battle of Saint George’s Caye Day, Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner spoke of the disruptiveness of the COVID-19 pandemic, [...]

The Opposition is Against Mandatory Vaccination

Opposition Leader Shyne Barrow, on behalf of the United Democratic Party’s Parliamentary Caucus and Standard Bearers Group, has come out against mandatory COVID vaccinations.  This follows the announcement on Thursday [...]

Will Patrick Faber Regain His Seat as Leader of the Opposition?

Is there a return to his former office as Leader of the Opposition in the days leading up to September Twenty-first?  It’s a question being asked in the wake of [...]

Celebrating the Battle of St. George’s Caye

Despite COVID-19, and despite some rainy weather, on Friday, the official ceremony to celebrate the two hundred and twenty-third anniversary of the Battle of Saint George’s Caye was held at [...]

Culture & History Masterpiece for San Ignacio/Santa Elena Mural

Across the country, in the nine municipalities, murals celebrating the fortieth Independence of Belize have been commissioned. Today, the twin towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena officially premiered their [...]

Regular and Diesel Gas Prices Going Up

The Ministry of Finance has announced that on Tuesday the pump price of two fuel products will change. The prices of regular gasoline will increase by twenty-six cents to eleven [...]

Truck and Bowser for Rural Water Delivery

At a handing-over ceremony this morning, the Ministry of Rural Transformation received a truck and water bowser from the United Nations Development Programme and National Climate Change Office. The equipment [...]

Belizeans to be Surveyed on Climate Change

Belize is one of five CARIFORUM countries that will participate in a survey on climate change being launched by a number of agencies in collaboration with the   Caribbean Community Climate [...]

Suicide Prevention: High Stress Occupations and Risk Factors

You may have missed it over the holiday weekend, but the Tenth of September was also World Suicide Prevention Day.  A joint release from the National Commission for Families and [...]

Witconcrete Ready to Become Dive Site

A couple of weeks ago we told you about a sugar ship that is soon to become a world-class dive site at the Turneffe Atoll.  Today, the Turneffe Atoll Sustainable [...]

Looking Back on Sept 11; Belizean Remembered

This past weekend was filled with images and interviews marking the twentieth anniversary of 9/11 terrorist attacks and heroic efforts in the aftermath. What some of our younger viewers, especially [...]