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Brodies Employee Gunned Down in Buttonwood Bay

A well-known employee of Brodies Supermarket, here in Belize City, is dead after he was shot in the Buttonwood Bay neighborhood on Thursday night.  It was routine for Glenn Vernon [...]

Football Athlete Allegedly Caught With Contraband

Ian Gaynair is a well-known football player who made a name for himself with the Jaguars, Belize’s National Team.  But tonight, he is not making the news for his accomplishment [...]

Single Mother Fed Up with Repeat Burglaries in Ladyville

A single mother in Ladyville has been the victim of numerous break-ins at her home near Marage Road.  In the wee early hours this morning, her residence was burglarized and [...]

Teacher and Son Knocked Down in Lord’s Bank

A primary school teacher and her five-year-old son were struck by a vehicle on Monday evening in Lord’s Bank as they were walking home.  Tessa Myvett, a teacher at Bernice [...]

Tessa Myvett Needs Your Help

For Tessa Myvett to be flown to the United States by air ambulance, she needs to raise seven thousand U.S. dollars.  That doesn’t include the cost of the surgery and [...]

Repairs to PGH Mile 7 Coming

In December 2021, the retaining wall at mile seven on the Phillip Goldson Highway gave way as a result of the Belize River’s undercurrent. Construction on that portion of the [...]

Government Department’s Migration to Eleanor Hall Building

We also got an opportunity to ask Espat, and Cordel Hyde, the Area Representative for Lake Independence, for an update on government’s transition to the Eleanor Hall Building on Lake [...]

The Belize Civic Center is “very active”

Minister Espat also gave an update on the use of the Belize Civic Center. The thirty-three million dollar sporting facility is buzzing with activities says Minister Espat.  He says that [...]

Hurricane Preparedness for 2022 Hurricane Season

Seventeen days into the official hurricane season, there have already been reports of flooding, especially in southern Belize. Fortunately, there are no major weather systems affecting Belize at this time. [...]

Low Lying Belize City A Concern For First Responders

Belize City continues to be a concern during the wet season.  While major infrastructural work has been done along the canals in Belize City, as well as dredging works in [...]

10th Climate Forum Brings Together Key Stakeholders

The National Meteorological Service held its tenth National Climate Outlook Forum today in Belize City. The forum highlighted key messages and presentations from local, regional and international agencies on the [...]

Rainy Weekend across the Country

It is going to be a wet and rainy weekend across the country with potential flooding in low-lying areas. The National Meteorological Service has been tracking a weather system that [...]

Low Lying Areas in Belmopan Prone to Flooding

The Belmopan Emergency Committee has issued a notice to residents of the Garden City informing them of the low pressure system that is expected to affect the entire country over [...]

Mitigating Measures for Farmers Ahead of Wet Weekend

The Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Enterprise has also issued an advisory for farmers in flood prone areas. The safety measures advisory outlines actions to mitigate the effects of [...]

Traffic Officers with Powers of Arrest Sworn in for Belmopan

The expanding capital city, Belmopan now has thirty-four new Special Constables who, over the past ten days, underwent a training course on traffic laws, and upon their successful completion of [...]

BTB, “Defining Customer Service and Leadership”

The Belize Tourism Board is elevating the services being offered in the local tourism industry. B.T.B. recently inaugurated its ‘Elevate Training Program’ for tourism stakeholders, under the theme ‘Defining Customer [...]

Minister Calls for Collaboration to Open Domestic Violence Centers Countrywide

On the day of her memorial on June fifth – the fifty-ninth anniversary of her hanging – the sons of the late Nora Parham had shared their wish that the [...]

Belizean U-20 Athletes Captures Gold in Nicaragua

Today, Belize captured two gold medals at the U-20 Central American Athletics Championships in Managua, Nicaragua. Mia Sylvester won Belize’s first gold medal in the discus throw event with a [...]

Coming Soon: Sports Academies across Belize

Belize’s athletes in the various disciplines are often put to the test when they compete against their peers from other countries. Sometimes they make us proud, and at other times, [...]

Prosthetic Hope

This week’s On the Bright Side with Sabreena Daly highlights a non-governmental organization that is offering amputees who are getting another lease on life through the use of prosthetic limbs. [...]