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A Grisly Triple Murder in Sand Hill; Was it Drug-related?

It’s the kind of incident that frequently occurs in the drug world, a hit is placed on persons who cross someone powerful, either over money or product.  That’s what police [...]

Police Investigate a Possible Drug Angle in Triple Homicide

Senior Superintendent Hilberto Romero, along with Commissioner of Police Chester Williams, was on the scene this morning.  Investigators were canvassing the area and speaking with residents to get a clearer [...]

L.I.U. Donates One Hundred Body Cams to Belize Police Department

The Belize Police Department today received one hundred new body cameras to add their inventory. The body cameras were donated by the Leadership Intervention Unit and handed over to the [...]

Homicide Rate Down in Belize District for 2022

Homicide cases are down for 2022 in the Belize District. When we caught up with Minister of Home Affairs Kareem Musa this morning in Belmopan, he expressed his condolences to [...]

Leadership Intervention Unit Initiatives Yields Positives Results in Troubled Communities

The Leadership Intervention Unit (L.I.U.) has played a key role in the Government of Belize’s crime fighting strategy, particularly within south side Belize City. The L.I.U. has introduced a number [...]

Police and Community Stakeholders Collaborate to Curb Serious Crimes in Belize City

And, according to Deputy Commissioner of Police, Doctor Richard Rosado, the L.I.U.’s effort is only one tier in the department’s three-tiered approach to fighting crime. Rosado says that as these [...]

Gang Tensions in Antelope Street Extension Area Continues  

Tension amongst feuding gangs within the Antelope Street Extension area continues to pose a challenge to the Belize Police Department. Over the last few days, there have been numerous reports [...]

Energy Innovation at COP27, an Eyeopener for Belize  

The Government of Belize has been in the process of developing a national energy policy for the country, looking at renewable sources of energy in an effort to reduce Belize’s [...]

Technology and Climate Smart Initiatives for Agriculture at COP27

For some time, agriculture was being referred to as a sector contributing to the climate change crisis because trees would be cleared for farming and methane production from the livestock [...]

The Fight is on! Negotiators Want Commitment of a Loss & Damage Fund

As the final stretch of negotiations for the twenty-seventh United Nations Conference of the Parties is ongoing in Egypt, there are growing concerns over the slow progress on loss and [...]

Was Belize Successful in its Mission at COP27?

COP27 has been billed as the implementation COP, but for mitigation and adaptation to take place, there must be access to finance, so engaging in bilateral meetings outside of the [...]

New Growth Industries Minister Looks to 2023

Earlier this year, the Ministry of New Growth Industries, headed by Minister Kareem Musa, had to take a step back from its push to formalize the cannabis industry in Belize. [...]

Youths with Diverse Abilities Take on Media Responsibilities for Children’s Day

Every year on November twentieth, Belize observes World Children’s Day, and this is the sixth year that Belize has joined the international community in celebrating the occasion. It is done [...]

Rekindling a Love of Reading in San Antonio

Sabreena Daly travelled to San Antonio village, Cayo in search of this week’s look on the bright side and she found it in the story of community members coming together [...]