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Deadly Shooting on Corner of Arlington Drive and Mckenzie Lane, Belize City

There was a murder on Thursday night in Belize City. Twenty-seven-year-old Kevin Gillett and forty-two-year-old Glenford Soberanis were with a group of men near the corners of Alrington Drive and [...]

Jarett Crawford Murdered Inside His Yard in Antelope Street Extension Area

Another man was shot dead shortly before four-thirty this evening in Belize City. He is thirty-six-year-old Jarett Crawford. Crawford was apparently inside his house when someone ambushed him and shot [...]

Bus Driver Arraigned for Manslaughter by Negligence

In an update to the triple fatality on Tuesday that claimed the lives of three men, police have formally arrested and charged Joel Disus for three counts of manslaughter by [...]

Meet the 2022 Ocean Heroes

The 2022 Ocean Heroes Award ceremony was held virtually on Thursday night. And, in its tradition of honoring those who have been serving as champions in marine conservation, advocacy and [...]

B.T.L. Reports $16 Million in Profits for 2021/2022

Belize Telemedia Limited hosted its sixteenth annual general meeting this morning.  The A.G.M., held virtually by means of Microsoft Teams, was used to announce the company’s profits over the past [...]

B.T.L. Optimizes Its Internet-based Services

In breaking down the company’s financial performance, Chief Executive Officer Ivan Tesucum acknowledged that there is a growing shift away from established services such as the use of a regular [...]

A Digital Transformation for B.T.L.

C.E.O. Jose Urbina, a member of B.T.L.’s board of directors, himself a telecommunications expert, spoke about the future of the service provider in the context of embracing greater digitization in [...]

Low Turnout in Belize City and San Pedro for Minimum Wage Public Consultations

The Minimum Wage Task Force is currently conducting public consultations to get feedback from the general public on the proposed five dollar minimum wage increase. To date, meetings have been [...]

B.C.C.I. Continues Call for Phased Approach to Implementation of $5 Minimum Wage

During the Prime Minister’s Independence Day speech, he noted that the five dollar minimum wage will be implemented in January 2023. But, do the next three months give the Minimum [...]

Kolbe Foundation Reintroduces Visiting Justices Program at Prison

For the past fourteen years, the Belize Central Prison has not had a Visiting Justice Program to take concerns or complaints from inmates, but today, that program was reintroduced at [...]

Kolbe C.E.O Says Not Any Justice of the Peace Can Inspect the Prison

Chief Magistrate, Sharon Fraser explained that since magistrates are responsible for sending people to the Central Prison, they have a duty to ensure that the inmates are being held in [...]

Regional Customs Brokers Meet in Belize for Conference

Customs brokers and clerks from countries that make up CARICOM are in Belize for their first ever Caribbean Association of Customs Brokers Conference. The event will take place on Saturday [...]

Mental Health Association Commends B.D.F. for Swift Action on Suicide Ideation

The Mental Health Association of Belize commends the Belize Defence Force for displaying a change of the overall attitude in effectively dealing with suicide prevention within its ranks. In a [...]

Ministry of Civil Aviation at 41st International Civil Aviation Organization Assembly

Minister of Blue Economy and Civil Aviation, Andre Perez is heading a delegation from his ministry to the Forty-First International Civil Aviation Organization Assembly in Montreal, Canada. Minister Perez and [...]

Belize Red Cross Prepares to Respond to Community Disasters

At the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season, the Belize Red Cross is preparing its volunteers for emergency response. Over the last month, the Belize Red Cross has been hosting [...]

B.H.S. Robotics Team Heading to Geneva for First Global Competition

Belize High School was established in 2010 and since then has been leading the charge in robotics, as its students have been representing Belize internationally at a host of international [...]

Alexa, the Belizean Lioness

This week, Sabreena wraps up her look on the bright side through patriotism. She met a young, aspiring wrestler that’s making waves in her discipline as young as eleven years [...]