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Supreme Irony or No? Did Marco Vidal Portend the Demise of His Own Unit?

Deputy Commissioner of Police Marco Vidal handed over the reins to ACP Alford Grinage, as Commander of Operations on Monday, amid the fiasco that his men have gotten themselves into [...]

DEA Joins Probe Into Drug Plane Landing

The US Drug Enforcement Agency is teaming up with the Belize Police Department to investigate the degree of involvement of local law enforcement officers in the landing of a narco [...]

Will Additional Charges be Brought Against the Narco Eleven?

In providing details of what transpired along the Southern Highway on Thursday night, ComPol Williams described a firefight in which the responding officers were out manned and outgunned by their [...]

Arrest Made in Belize City Murder of Adrian Hyde

Police have charged twenty-four year-old Malique Gentle for the murder of Adrian Hyde in Belize City over the weekend. Hyde was found stabbed to death on Sunday night on the [...]

The Realities of COP26

Today, ministerial meetings continued at COP26 as countries try to finalize negotiations. The Caribbean region, through the Alliance of Small Island States, better known as AOSIS, has developed its position [...]

Holding Delinquent Countries Accountable

But is the COP all for nothing? The facts are that even as developed countries are making commitments, similar to which was done in the 2015 Paris Agreement, the document [...]

Investment Summit Begins Wednesday in San Pedro

The first ever Investment Summit, featuring international personalities and business interests from several countries will open in San Pedro on Wednesday. The two-day event will include speeches by local government [...]

Steering Committee Formed for Curriculum Reform

A steering committee has been created to help develop a new curriculum for Belizean schools under a UNESCO and International Bureau of Education reform framework. According to the Ministry of [...]

Additional Offices, Equipment and Training for Forensic Service

The United States and Belize have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the expansion of infrastructure and technical training at the National Forensic Science Service. The “Forensic Crime Scene Office [...]

Public Support Makes Medical Trip Possible for 10- year-old Cordella Duran

Tonight, we bring you back to the story of an incredible ten year old girl who has been on a difficult journey to beat cancer. The last time we heard [...]

Two Portable Ultrasound Machines for KHMH

In some welcome news for the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital, the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization and the Government of Canada have donated two portable ultrasound machines with software [...]

Happy 75th Anniversary SJCU

St. John’s Credit Union is celebrating its seventy-fifth anniversary this week, but many may not know of the humble beginnings of this financial institution.  Over the years, SJCU has grown [...]

“Humble Origins, Progressive Transformation, SJCU 75 Years of Service and Commitment to You”

Since its establishment in 1946, the credit union has been instrumental in the development of the country, providing loans to its members in areas of education, healthcare and home ownership. [...]

Jaguars Beat St. Martin

The U20 National Football Team defeated the team from Saint Martin, six to one earlier today. The Jaguars are currently representing Belize in the U20 CONCACAF Qualifiers in Santo Domingo [...]

Farewell to Educator Alvina Cuellar

So far, there have been 519 deaths attributed to COVID-19. In a place as small as Belize, which feels more like an extended family than a country sometimes, each and [...]