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Massive Fire Guts Abandoned Building and Threatened to Destroy Several Homes

There was a huge blaze last night just behind San Cas Warehouse on Cran Street.  A decrepit building which has been vacant for several years was eviscerated when someone set [...]

Public Criticism of Fire Department’s Response to Cran Street Inferno

In the wake of the blaze, the fire department has once again come under criticism for its response to the distress call. According to onlookers who went live on social [...]

Man Attempts Suicide by Fire in Pickstock Hutment

A twenty-one-year-old resident of Pickstock Hutment is recovering from serious injuries he received overnight when he attempted to set himself on fire inside an apartment building.  Sometime around midnight on [...]

Fourteen Pounds of Weed Confiscated at Placencia Airstrip

There was a sizeable drug bust this afternoon in Placencia where two boxes containing over fourteen kilograms of cannabis were confiscated by police at the municipal airstrip. The discovery was [...]

The Story of a Domestic Violence Survivor

The recent killing of Tracy Thompson in Calcutta and the chilling videos that have captured women being beaten unconscious and, in some cases, being left for dead, have sent shockwaves [...]

Women’s Commission Condemns Recent Violent Attacks Against Women

The National Women’s Commission has issued strong condemnation of the recent series of violent attacks that have made it to the news, one of which ended in the murder of [...]

64-year-old man rapes a 7-year-old child

There are disturbing cases of the sexual assault of minors that we are reporting on tonight.  The first is an incident in Belize City where a sixty-four-year-old man has been [...]

Sexual Assault Cases in Orange Walk & Belize City

The two other incidents of sexual assault occurred in Orange Walk and Belize City. Earlier this month, a six-year-old girl, accompanied by her mother, visited a police station in Belize [...]

Consumer Price Index Indicates that Everything Di Go Up!!

Consumer prices for the month of March were up by almost six percent, as the cost of fuel, food and liquefied petroleum gas were most affected.  The Statistical Institute of [...]

KHMH Receives Medical Supplies from US Government

It has been in existence since 1995 when the old Belize City Hospital was decommissioned. Twenty-seven years later, with a fixed subvention from the government and a growing number of [...]

KHMH Trying to Source New CT Machine

And while the K.H.M.H. was lucky to receive some much-needed medical supplies, the hospital is still without an important piece of equipment. The C.T. Machine has been out of commission [...]

KHMH Seeing Better Days but Still Enforcing COVID Protocols

With the number of new COVID-19 infections and deaths on the decrease, many people believe that the virus that only months ago was still wreaking havoc in Belize is now [...]

Payment Plans Possible from Patients with Outstanding Bills

Cansino explained that people with high hospital bills with the K.H.M.H. can work out payment plans to cover their debts. She said that a lot of times, patients’ bills are [...]

M.O.U. Signed for Economic Growth & Development

Earlier this week, a memorandum of understanding was signed between Resilient Rural Belize and the University of Belize. The Resilient Rural Belize program was signed back in 2018, but was [...]

Resilient Belize Program Focuses on Building Capacity of Tomato Farmers

The project is focusing on tomato farmers and building that industry. According to C.E.O. Osmond Martinez, Belize imports millions of dollars worth of canned and bottled tomato products annually. The [...]

Former UDP Minister, Ruben Campos, Laid to Rest

An official funeral service was held this afternoon for former U.D.P. minister Ruben Campos, who was a previous area representative for the Orange Walk North and South constituencies. Campos died [...]