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High School Student Killed in Mahogany Heights; Brother May Have Been Target

Another young man has died from gun violence. The latest killing happened over the weekend, not after curfew, but early in the morning as the high school student  was bringing [...]

Ladyville Resident Killed in Accident on Dark Stretch of Highway

There was a fatal accident in Ladyville Village on Friday night. Reports are that just before nine p.m. Delwan Abraham was driving from Ladyville to Sandhill when he knocked down [...]

Alcohol Possible Factor in Fatal Accident in Concepcion

Communications Director, Fitzroy Yearwood, also gave details of a traffic accident in Concepcion Village on Thursday night. As we previously reported, Police Constable Lazaro Catch was driving in the area [...]

Do as I Say, Not as I Do: Police Officers Investigated for Curfew, Mask and Social Distancing Violations

They are supposed to enforce the curfew and root out illegal gatherings, but tonight seven police officers are being investigated for allegedly hosting their own social get together on Saturday [...]

Dangriga Town Council Employee Arrested for Stolen Fuel

A driver at the Dangriga Town Council is facing jail time after being caught stealing diesel fuel from the Council. The Financial Department at the Council reportedly caught on to [...]

Nine P.M. Curfew Extended Through November

A new statutory instrument has come into force, including an extension of the nightly nine o’clock curfew for the entire month of November.  A few weeks ago, Prime Minister John [...]

PM Briceño Demands “Climate Justice” at COP26

Prime Minister John Briceño was among the first-day speakers at the Climate Change Conference of Parties, or COP26, in Glasglow, Scotland. As expected, the Prime Minister highlighted the impact of [...]

Medical and Dental Association Takes a Position on Marijuana Legalization

Over the weekend, the Belize Medical and Dental Association issued a statement putting forward its position on the legalization of marijuana.  It follows a survey that was conducted among its [...]

Musa on Removing Vaccination Requirement for Churches

Last week Anglican Bishop, Reverend Phillip Wright said the Anglican Church in both Belize and the region is pushing congregations get vaccinated against COVID.  One of the points of contention [...]

Crime Control Council Looks at $1M Budget Approved So Far

The National Crime Control Council met this morning in Belize City to discuss exactly what its name suggests – crime. Today reporters spoke with the Minister on what that meeting [...]

Stake Bank Files Go Missing from DOE

The law office of Glenn D. Godfrey and Company has issued letters to former UDP Minister Tracy Panton and popular PUP talk show host Vaughn Gill for utterances in the [...]

Tourism Outlook Improving: Additional Flights Arriving in November

Belize has a robust tourism high season approaching, despite the fact that the Delta variant swept through Belize in July, forcing another cutback on tourism arrivals and mass gatherings and [...]

Frontline Tourism Workers Get Enhanced Service Training

This week, frontline workers who work in tourism at the Philip Goldson International Airport and the cruise ports are getting customer service training to improve the quality of service they [...]

Belize Takes Trinidad to CCJ Over Sugar Tariffs

According to the Jamaica Observer, the Caribbean Court of Justice will begin hearing evidence on Tuesday in a matter in which Belize is alleging that Trinidad and Tobago failed to [...]

First Steps Taken Towards Revitalizing Berger Field

After a false start almost nine years ago, today there was a second pledge to transform the Berger Field on Vernon Street into a football stadium. Three parties, the Minister [...]