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Public and Bank Holiday in Honor of Queen Elizabeth II

An unexpected day off for government and private sector employees next Monday; News Five has confirmed that the day of the state funeral for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second [...]

Book of Condolence Open for Messages at House of Culture

The House of Culture, formerly the Government House, is draped on the outside with Belize’s patriotic red, white and blue colors, but at closer inspection, at its flagstaff, one would [...]

Allen Martinez’s Family Seeking Answers into Death of Loved One

Last night, we told you about the gruesome discovery of the lifeless body of thirty-five-year-old Belize City resident, Allen Martinez. A post mortem examination was conducted on the body this [...]

Surveillance Cameras to be Erected on John Smith Road

The John Smith Road, in recent times, has been an area of concern to the Belize Police Department because it has been used for the disposal of the bodies of [...]

Was Marcelina Makin Sexually Assaulted & Killed?

A post-mortem examination is scheduled to be conducted on the body of Marcelina Makin, a resident of southern Belize, whose decomposing body was discovered on a tomb inside the Independence [...]

Was Karen Bevans’ B.T.B. Lawsuit Avoidable?

The Government of Belize, under the administration of Prime Minister John Briceño, terminated the employment contract of Karen Bevans as Director of Tourism on March twelfth, 2021, several months after [...]

Godfrey Smith Joins Guyana’s Commission of Inquiry

Senior Counsel and Acting Justice of Appeal in the Eastern Caribbean, Godfrey Smith took an oath of office this morning in Georgetown, Guyana where he joined Stanley John, Retired Justice [...]

Lord Ashcroft Threatens Arbitration Over Port Expansion Project

Lord Michael Ashcroft has reportedly indicated intentions to bring a treaty claim against the Government of Belize over Waterloo’s proposed port expansion project. Reports are that earlier this year, Ashcroft [...]

Port Policy Stalls, One Year Later

And, while it remains to be seen whether G.O.B. will have to face Lord Michael Ashcroft in court yet again, P.M. Briceño also spoke about the long-awaited ports policy that [...]

Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) Detected on Blue Creek Farm

The Belize Agricultural Health Authority has placed a poultry farm in Blue Creek Village under quarantine after detecting the Avian Influenza in its animals. The farm currently houses over twenty-five [...]

Salvadoran National On the Run in Belize Wanted for Rape of Minor

Yovany Sandoval, a twenty-six-year-old man who is wanted in his home country of El Salvador for an alleged rape of a minor in that country, will be deported after a [...]

Belizeans Abroad Reach Out to the Family of Mercedes Campos

Eight-year-old Mercedes Campos, a resident of Lord’s Bank Village, lost her life near mile nine in Ladyville in August when a drunk driver ran her over while walking along Poinsettia [...]

79 Belizeans Benefit from O.A.S. Scholarships

Seventy-nine Belizean students were fortunate to receive scholarships from the Organization of American States General Secretariat to further their education. O.A.S. awarded scholarships to fifty-eight Master’s degree students, twelve short-term [...]

Hundreds of Police Officers Recognised During Official Medals & Awards Ceremony

At the Police National Training Academy in Belmopan today, the mood was celebratory as hundreds of police officers were acknowledged for their years of long service. Others were awarded first [...]

Samuel Haynes Building Is New Venue for St. Mary’s School Classes

Parents of children attending Saint Mary’s Primary School in Belize City attended a meeting at Saint Mary’s Church on Monday evening to discuss new developments regarding their children’s classes. Last [...]