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Rising Water Levels in Cayo District

There was a daring rescue earlier today along the Coastal Road where a vehicle driver whose delivery truck was inundated by floodwater had to be saved from the raging current.  [...]

Vendors Relocate to Safety as Water Rises in the Twin Towns

Many vendors and business owners had to pack up their appliances and products and relocate to higher ground in an effort to minimize the damages associated with the flood. In [...]

Flood Waters Making its Way Down the Belize River

Flood waters from Mopan and Macal Rivers in the west will find their way down to the Belize District. And so, communities along the Belize River should be preparing for [...]

Significant Flooding Expected in River Valley Area

Residents living along the Belize River in the Belize District are being advised to seek higher grounds as flood waters from Cayo District are rapidly moving east. According to Lieutenant [...]

High Tides and Rough Sea Conditions Batter Monkey River

Tonight, Monkey River Village in southern Belize is only accessible by sea. Flood waters have completely cut off the village by land. And, while that is the situation those residents [...]

A Sudden Whirlwind Tears Through Lake-I, Several Properties are Damaged

On Sunday evening in Belize City, a vortex in Lake-I destroyed several homes, as it made its way across part of the community.  The neighborhood most impacted was the area [...]

Value of Agricultural Damages Caused By Flooding Event to be Determined

The Ministry of Agriculture has already sent out personnel to assess the agricultural damages associated with this weekend’s flooding. According to Minister Orlando Habet, flood waters will have to recede [...]

Chief Meteorologist Gives Overview of Weekend Weather

Late this evening, we heard from Chief Meteorologist Ronald Gordon on the overall impact of Tropical Storm Julia to Belize. He explained the severe weather that came with those outer [...]

Marine Biologist Killed in Harmonyville

Late this evening, police formally arrested and charged John Horace Franklin, a twenty-seven-year-old vendor of Harmonyville, for the crime of murder. Franklin is believed to be one of several persons [...]

Pomona Villager Murdered in Cold Blood, Killer Turns Himself in to Police

One man is in police custody following a murder on Saturday morning in Pomona Village. Twenty-nine-year-old Kevin Williams and his girlfriend were heading home from a night out when Williams [...]

Caribbean International Brewing is Raided; $3.1 Million Dollars Recovered

On Friday, a team of law enforcement officers, accompanied by officials from other government agencies, descended on Caribbean International Brewing Ltd. in one fell swoop.  The raid on the makers [...]

Mine Beer under Investigation by Financial Intelligence Unit

According to ComPol Williams, the proprietor of Caribbean Brewing Company was reportedly in possession of travel documents for at least eight individuals who are employed at the brewery, suggesting that [...]

Asylum Seeker Spills the Beans on Murders in Belize

A voice recording, in which a well-known Belize City street figure is purportedly speaking about the commission of two recent murders in Ladyville, is in circulation on social media.  The [...]

Intrusive Question Removed from Code Caribbean Project Survey

The Code Caribbean Project Survey has been halted following reaction from Belize and Barbados over certain questions that were posed to students as part of a school-based competency test.  The [...]

Preserving the Maya Cultural Heritage through La Fiesta del Pueblo

The Annual La Fiesta del Pueblo was hosted by the Ministry of Human Development, Families and Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs in partnership with the Northern Maya Association and the Ministry of Education, Culture, [...]