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A Father Visiting His Children is Gunned Down on Father’s Day

There was a murder in Belize City on Sunday and tonight police in the Old Capital are bracing for reprisal, as the shooting victim is the son of a well-known [...]

Jeffrey Buller is Executed During Deadly 6th Street Attack

On Friday night, a barrage of gunshots rang out on 6th Street in front of a Chinese restaurant where two young men had gone to purchase food.  It is believed [...]

No Suspects or Arrests in Glenford Vernon’s Murder

Police are still looking for two men whom they believe were involved in the murder of Glenford Vernon on Thursday night.  He was socializing with several others on Dolphin Avenue [...]

Unprecedented Flooding in Carmelita Village

Over ten inches of rain fell over the Orange Walk and Corozal districts on Saturday and Sunday. This led to severe and unprecedented flooding in several communities within those districts. [...]

NEMO Orange Walk Hits the Ground in the midst of Unprecedented Flooding

Late into Sunday night the National Emergency Management Organization, NEMO, opened a flood shelter in the village. The team over at NEMO Orange Walk has been on the ground since [...]

Minister Bernard Monitoring Flooding Situation in Orange Walk

Orange Walk East area representative Kevin Bernard says that he was on the ground in several affected villages in his constituency right up until eleven o’clock on Sunday night. As [...]

Ministry Concerned about Health Hazards in Wake of Flooding

In the wake of flooding, there are concerns as it relates to health hazards such as vector borne diseases and water contamination, not to mention COVID protocols at shelters for [...]

Crooked Tree Causeway Under Water

A portion of the Crooked Tree Village causeway was under water this evening. Earlier this month, we spoke to one resident who voiced concern after the causeway was flooded, following [...]

Tropical Wave Brings More Rainfall

As we told you, the rains will continue. According to the National Meteorological Service, the tropical wave will continue to support wet conditions. A flood warning remains in effect for [...]

NEMO Activates Operations Countrywide

The National Emergency Management Organization’s response teams have been activated countrywide as more rains are expected to affect the country throughout the rest of the week. NEMO’s latest advisory indicates [...]

Increasing COVID Numbers to Trend Downwards in Mid-July

Dr. Melissa Diaz-Musa, Director of Public Health and Wellness, M.O.H.W. “There’s definitively continued transmission in Belize of COVID-19. The numbers continue to go up as is expected with especially a [...]

Getting those COVID Vaccines

The rollout of pediatric Pfizer vaccinations continues across the country, as healthcare professionals headed to schools to administer at least the first jab to children five to eleven years old. [...]

Japan Donates Medical Equipment to Belize

Today at the Biltmore Plaza in Belize City, a closing ceremony was held for a project funded by the Government of Japan. It was a project for Enhancing the Healthcare [...]

Police Pickup Goes Up in Flames in Benque

A police pickup truck exploded in flames in the small hours of this morning in Benque Viejo.  A pair of officers was on patrol in a Wingle and were driving [...]

A Minor is Electrocuted in Maskall

A child was electrocuted in Maskall Village over the weekend. The incident is being investigated by the Belize Police Department and details of what transpired, based on the account given [...]

Constable Stephanie Patten and Others Facing Disciplinary Tribunal

She was hauled before the court last week after her peers conducted a raid of her house in Orange Walk and allegedly found a stash of guns and ammunition, among [...]

Police Having Difficulty Getting Statement from Complainant

Regarding the incident in April at the municipal airstrip in Belize City where one of two police officers allegedly assaulted a tour guide while being recorded on a cell phone, [...]

Caye Caulker Chairlady Seeking Re-election with Independent Slate

It was nomination day this past Sunday at E.P. Yorke High School for persons contesting the village council elections on Caye Caulker to officially submit their names. And as News [...]

More Than Fifty Belizeans Learn to Make Soap

Marion Ali, Reporting The lesson at hand is not to make anything edible, but rather how to clean your plate after you eat. These citizens hail from all over Belize. [...]