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Kendale Ramirez’s Wife Says He Missed the Bus and Caught a Ride That Ended in His Murder

Police have still not charged anyone as yet for the fatal shootings of Cleon Smith Junior and Kendale Ramirez and there is no one detained for the grisly double homicide, [...]

Grieving Wife Says Picking Up the Pieces Is A Huge Feat

Trinity Castro told News Five that the bullets that struck Kendale Ramirez killed more than just one man. She says that since the incident, her three children have been having [...]

Deliveryman Robbed of Undisclosed Amount of Cash and Checks  

There was an armed hold-up earlier today on the George Price Highway in Hattieville. Police say the incident happened at around eight this morning near mile sixteen and a half [...]

Zinc Thief Gets Seven Years in Jail

Forty-two-year-old Dwayne Mark Gentle has been sentenced to seven years in prison for burglary after allegedly breaking into the home of a police officer on West Street on Monday. Gentle, [...]

Saldivar Speaks on Future in Politics Following Special Committee Decision

Former Area Representative John Saldivar made an appearance this morning on Belmopan based Plus TV’s Rise and Shine. It is an unlikely interview for the embattled politician, because the host [...]

Saldivar, Shyne and the Public’s Perception  

During his appearance on Rise and Shine, Saldivar compared his public image with that of his party leader. Saldivar said, the Caucus for Change made a conscious decision not to [...]

Government Receives Award for Bond Restructuring

The Government of Belize is the recipient of the prestigious award for Sovereign Restructuring Deal of the Year at the Bonds and Loans Latin America and the Caribbean Awards on [...]

Belize Receives Third Award for Bond Restructuring

This is the third award received by the Government of Belize for its historic and successful restructuring of the Super Bond through an innovative debt conversion agreement with the Nature [...]

Minister Coye Speaks at U.N. Conference in Geneva

Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance Christopher Coye was invited to speak at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development’s (UNCTAD) Thirteenth Debt Management Conference, in Geneva, [...]

National Meteorological Service and Fortis Belize Limited Signs M.O.U.

Today, representatives from the National Meteorological Service (N.M.S.) and Fortis Belize Limited (F.B.L.) gathered at F.B.L.’s John Evans Headquarters in San Ignacio, Cayo District to sign a memorandum of understanding.  [...]

A Merger of Real Estate Associations in Belize

The Association of Real Estate Brokers of Belize (A.R.E.B.B.) and the Belize National Association of Real Estate (BNAR) will become one association. Today A.R.E.B.B. and B.N.A.R. signed a Memorandum of [...]

Mother Accused of Kidnapping Son Speaks Out

A mother accused of kidnapping her two children is speaking out. Thirty-seven-year-old Lesly Reyes has been locked in a custody battle with her ex-husband over their two sons for several [...]

Louis Wade Junior is Awarded B.T.B.’s Media Broadcasting Scholarship

Back in August, the Belize Tourism Board issued a call for applications for an opportunity for a reporter to be awarded a media broadcasting scholarship.  The successful applicant would travel [...]

Capacity Development Director Says Media Critical in Value Chain

Louis Wade Junior is the first recipient of the scholarship program which the B.T.B. plans to make an annual offering. According to B.T.B.’s Director of Quality Management and Capacity Development, [...]

Chamber and D.O.E. Clear the Air Following Differing Views

The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry, B.C.C.I. and the Department of the Environment, D.O.E today reportedly met to iron out a few kinks that accompanied press releases that both [...]

The N.T.U.C.B. Donates to Helpage Punta Gorda

Every time it has its Annual General Meeting, the National Trade Union Congress of Belize, N.T.U.C.B. chooses a non-government organization to give assistance to. This year, the umbrella organization chose [...]

SIF Projects Focus on Health, Education, Education and Now Agriculture  

On Tuesday night, we showed you the inaugural opening of the Belmopan Polyclinic – funded through the Caribbean Development Bank and implemented by the Social Investment Fund. While it is [...]

A Candlelight Vigil in Belmopan for 16 Days of Activism

Just before news time tonight the U.S. Embassy held a candlelight vigil on the steps of Independence Plaza in Belmopan as part of the many events to commemorate the sixteen [...]