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Bernard Timmons Chopped to Death in O.W.

There were three murders reported since our break on Tuesday night. Two of them occurred after the Independence Day festivities and the victims in both cases were men from Belize [...]

San Ignacio/ Santa Elena Town Council Resident Fatally Stabbed on Independence Day

There was a murder in San Ignacio at around seven p.m. on Wednesday. According to police, they received information of a male person seen on the ground with multiple stab [...]

“Fats” is Remanded for St. Thomas Street Home Invasion

Twenty-nine-year-old Stephen Barrington Flowers, a resident of Majestic Alley, has been charged with aggravated burglary, following an incident at the home of Basil Gordon on Saint Thomas Street on Sunday. [...]

Honduran National Found in Belize is Issued a Removal Order

Carlos Jose Martinez, a Honduran national, has been living in Belize illegally for almost a year before he was caught by immigration officials earlier this week.  According to Martinez, he [...]

Both Sides of the 2022 Independence Day Speeches

The forty-first anniversary of Belize’s independence was celebrated in grand fashion on Wednesday, with an official ceremony being held in Belmopan. It was full pomp and circumstance, as the prime [...]

San Ignacio and Santa Elena Came Alive in September

In San Ignacio, politics was put aside on Independence Day. Mayor Earl Trapp and Belmopan Mayor Sharon Palacio joined each other on stage to dance to a Punta song, much [...]

Met Service Monitoring System in South-eastern Caribbean Sea

If you have been monitoring the weather reports over the past few days, you would notice that there is quite a bit of activity in the Atlantic. While Hurricane Fiona [...]

7 Farms in Blue Creek, 1 in Shipyard under Quarantine for Bird Flu

Today, the Ministry of Agriculture held a press conference to provide an update on the avian influenza that was detected in chicken farms up north in Orange Walk. C.E.O. Servulo [...]

What’s the Way Forward for Poultry Industry in North?

So what will happen with these farms? So far, over twenty-eight thousand birds have been killed. Manager of the Belize Poultry Association, Armando Cowo says that a proposal has been [...]

No Risk to Consuming Chicken

The Ministry of Health and Wellness, which sits on the taskforce that has been put together to address the issue, confirmed today that the virus cannot be transmitted to humans [...]

Implications of Avian Flu on the Market/Economy

On Tuesday, the Belize Poultry Association and other stakeholders in the agriculture industry met and several decisions were made. Chief among those was that the plant in Blue Creek will [...]

A Second Cohort of Public Officers in Digital Transformation in Belize Course

Public officers are leading the way towards digital transformation within the public sector. Today, an award ceremony was held for the second cohort of the Digital Transformation in Belize Course. [...]

Court Grants B.B.A. Judicial Review in Case against Floralia

The Belize Bus Association appeared on the news last week to raise concerns they have with the current public transportation revamping and the demands that the Department of Transport is [...]

B.B.A. President: We Will Fight for Our Bus Operators

Floralia has been given consideration to also conduct runs in the north and west of the country, which the B.B.A officers say they will also challenge should Floralia get runs [...]

The Time to Save Your Country: Philip S. W. Goldson, Biography of a National Hero

Today, at the House of Culture in Belize City, a book that chronicles the life of one of Belize’s national heroes was officially launched. Commissioned back in 2016 by the [...]