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Alleged Turf War Claims Life of Antelope Street Resident, Dwayne White

A Belize City man was shot dead inside his yard just before midnight on Friday and police believe that the attack on the Antelope Street resident was the result of [...]

Pelican Street Shooting Leaves on Man Hospitalized

  ASP Fitzroy Yearwood, Communications Director, B.P.D. “A little after eleven [p.m.], police responded to, yet again, the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital where they saw Edward Anthony Nunez, twenty-eight-years-old, suffering [...]

Throwing Bottles Ends with Deon Jones Being Beaten and Stabbed

Also over the weekend, there was a stabbing incident on Saturday night that ended with a twenty-three-year-old being hospitalized in a stable condition.  Deon Jones visited a residence in Rowland’s [...]

Coast Guard Shakeem Richards Charged in Puma Gas Station Robbery

A member of the Belize Coast Guard has been named as the suspected getaway driver in the robbery at Puma Gas Station last Thursday.  On Friday, we reported that three [...]

No Bail for Coast Guard Officer Charged in Puma Robbery

This morning, coast guard officer Shakeem Richards appeared in court and was arraigned for two counts of robbery. Because the crime was committed with a firearm, it is an indictable [...]

Deon Ozaeta Perishes in Fatal RTA on Old Northern Highway

A fatal road traffic accident on the Old Northern Highway in the Belize District claimed the life of a Sand Hill resident on Sunday night.  Thirty-five-year-old Deon Ozaeta was traveling [...]

CEO: Controlling Who Can Access Agrochemicals is Difficult to Do, Despite Strict Measures

In May, it was discovered that someone had gotten possession of a bottle of pesticide and emptied it in a water reservoir in San Vicente Village, Toledo District. The incident [...]

Coming Soon, a New Way To Dispose of Your Pesticides Containers

If you have empty pesticide containers, the advice from the Pesticides Control Board is that you store them and take them to the nearest collection outlet in your zone. The [...]

Sr Cecelia’s Home for the Elderly Needs Your Help

It’s been around for decades, providing full residential services to Belize’s neediest elderly citizens whose families have no means of taking them in or those who have no relatives in [...]

Upgrading the Services at Sr Cecelia’s Home for the Elderly

Now that the COVID pandemic has somewhat waned, the Sister Cecelia Home for the Elderly is slowly reintroducing the programs it once had before the virus put everything on halt. [...]

Corozal House of Culture Reopens

The National Institute of Culture and History (NICH) through the Museum of Belize and Houses of Culture officially reopened the Corozal House of Culture. The venue was closed during the [...]

N.T.U.C.B. Celebrates Fifty-Six Years With Book Launch

The National Trade Union Congress of Belize today commemorated its fifty-sixth year of representing and protecting workers and their rights.  The N.T.U.C.B. is a federation of trade unions made up [...]

N.T.U.C.B. President Calls for Action From G.O.B.

Also addressing the audience at today’s N.T.U.C.B. book launch was president of the trade union, Luke Martinez. In his remarks, Martinez raised three issues that he says requires urgent attention [...]

Dr. Theodore Aranda Passes Away at 88

Doctor Theodore Aranda, the former United Democratic Party leader, has passed away. Doctor Ted Aranda, as he was affectionately known, died on Sunday, July tenth at the age of eighty-eight. [...]

U-21 Female Volleyball Team Going for Gold in Central American Championship

Team Belize is ready to compete in the nineteenth U-twenty-one Female Central American Volleyball Championship which will be hosted from July twelfth to the sixteenth at the Belize City Civic [...]

Belize among the Strong Teams from Central American Countries

From as early as Friday, the team from El Salvador was already in country and over the weekend, the others arrived, except for Panama and Costa Rica who will not [...]