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Port Loyola Resident, Apolinaria Choc Receives Her Starter Home, Finally

Violence and bloodshed have dominated the news in recent days, so tonight; we begin on a positive note. A single mother who has waited for the completion of her newly-built [...]

Port Area Rep Makes About Turn on M.I.D.H.

While today was all smiles at the handing-over of the new starter home, it does not detract from all the criticism that Port Loyola Area Representative Gilroy Usher Senior dealt [...]

Hard Time or Hard Pay Home Owners?

So far, the Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Housing has handed over close to two hundred starter homes to some of the neediest families across the country. The homes cost [...]

Pickstock Area Rep’s Big Vision for 2023

In late December, we caught up with Anthony Mahler, the Area Representative for Pickstock, where we asked him about the plans he has in place to further develop his constituency. [...]

Land Dispute in Succotz, Is it Politically Motivated?

A resident of Succotz Village is alleging political victimization after police were called in to forcibly remove him from a property he claims to have been occupying for the past [...]

Charges Brought Against Shamar Foreman for Gang Membership

Twenty-two-year-old Shamar Foreman and a sixteen-year-old male minor appeared unrepresented before Magistrate Dennison Mannan earlier today where they were jointly charged for the offense of producing a video recording that [...]

Police Look for Third Suspect in San Pedro Homicide

Police are asking the public for assistance in locating a third suspect wanted for questioning in the deadly shooting Eve that claimed the life of American nursing student, twenty-three-year-old J’Bria [...]

Search Continues for Luke Hansen, the Minor Who Drowned in Roaring Creek

As early as six a.m. today, relatives and friends, as well as members of the Belize Coast Guard, were out along the Roaring Creek River diving and scouring the area [...]

Supreme Court Dismisses Defamation Case Against Shyne

A defamation suit that was brought against Opposition Leader Shyne Barrow by Prime Minister John Briceño was dismissed in the Supreme Court on Wednesday.  The claim arose out of a [...]

No Lines at Vaccination Centers as COVID-19 Numbers Increase

There has been a spike in COVID-19 cases over the past five weeks. A recent release from the Ministry of Health and Wellness states that projections from the Epidemiology Unit [...]

Fungus Threatens Shrimp Populations across Central and South America

A disease called E.H.P. that stumps the growth of shrimp has been detected in Central and South America. The Belize Agricultural Health Authority, BAHA, and the Belize Shrimp Growers Association [...]

BelCan Bridge & Swing Bridge to be Replaced

On Wednesday, we reported on the deteriorating condition of the Haulover Bridge and the vehicular load restrictions that are soon to come into effect for motorists. But like the Haulover [...]

What Happens with the Swing Bridge?  

Both bridges cannot be replaced simultaneously. The Swing Bridge has not been swung in years and efforts to restore and preserve it have become futile.  Engineering Coordinator Evondale Moody was [...]

First Fleet of Electric Buses to be on Belize City Street in June 2023

The first fleet of electric buses is hitting the streets of Belize City in June of this year, according to Mayor Bernard Wagner. Neal Hall, the Coordinator of the E-Transit [...]

Tour Guide Chris Sosa Needs Assistance with Cancer Treatment  

Thirty-four-year-old Christopher Sosa, a well-known tour guide, needs your help as he battles with stage two germ cell cancer. Sosa, who is paralyzed as a result of the tumors around [...]