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ComPol Williams Clears Up Rumors Surrounding Vidal Footage

Commissioner of Police Chester Williams has come forward to dismiss conjecture surrounding the incident on January fourteenth during which former Assistant Commissioner of Police Marco Vidal visited a small business [...]

Chester Williams Discusses Vidal Audio Recording

With respect of the audio recording that was presented by Marco Vidal and Senior Counsel Godfrey Smith to Belmopan police on Thursday, ComPol Williams told the media that he has [...]

Police Department Commits to Successfully Prosecuting Nah Case

With the passing of Vivian Ramnarace, a third victim in the fatal December thirty-first attack, many are questioning the strength of the witness statement that was given to investigators prior [...]

Police Officer on Interdiction and Ex Policeman are Charged for Murder

A police officer who was on interdiction and a former policeman have been charged jointly for the murder of forty-three-year-old Elvis Polanco.  The San Pedro businessman was robbed, before being [...]

St. Catherine Academy Celebrates 140th Anniversary

Saint Catherine Academy has been serving in Belize’s education sector for the past one hundred and forty years. The all-girl catholic institution was established in Belize on January twentieth, 1883, [...]

San Jose School to Get New School Building Courtesy the U.S. South Command

The San Jose Government School in Orange Walk District will be benefiting from a new classroom building for the upcoming school year, in September. As construction being carried out by [...]

Consultations Ongoing on New National Competency-based Curriculum

Consultations have been ongoing on the new national competency-based curriculum as it is being piloted during this transition year. Just last week, a delegation of education stakeholders, led by Minister [...]

Peacework Belize Rolls Out Empowered Resilient Women

This morning at the ITVET in Belize City, a cohort of fifty young women from across the country began a training organized by Peacework Belize, a non-profit organization led by [...]

Minister of State Ramon “Monchi” Cervantes Yet to Settle Into New Role

Since the start of the year, we have been reporting on the Prime Minister’s decision to move Minister of State Ramon “Monchi” Cervantes from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign [...]

Strengthening Education/Culture between SICA & CARICOM

On Thursday, a ceremony was held in Belmopan to transfer the pro tempore presidency of the Coordinacion Educativa y Cultural Centroamericana for the Central American Integration System (SICA) to the [...]

Satellite Equipment to the Fisheries Department For the Improved Management of Marine Resources

The Belize Fisheries Department received satellite equipment and tracking monitoring systems from the Republic of China, Taiwan on Thursday. The donation comes by way of the Integration of the Value [...]

Developer and Villagers Cooperate to Solve Water Contamination Issues

Oftentimes, development brings problems, especially when there’s miscommunication involved and it leads to actions that need to be corrected. Such is the case in Alta Vista Village, Stann Creek. It [...]

Belize City Council’s ‘Mek WI Plant” Urban Garden in Police Street Extension

The Belize City Council’s ‘Mek Wi Plant’ Urban Garden on Police Street Extension has been showing great success. Since the inception of the project in early 2022, the garden has [...]

Scratch and Win Winners From Northern Belize

Tonight, two Scratch and Win customers from the north are celebrating. Rangel, a resident of Corozal won ten thousand dollars on a single ticket, while Feliciano won five thousand dollars [...]

Belize Receives Funds & Building Supplies for Hurricane Lisa Relief

It’s been a little over two and a half months since Hurricane Lisa, a category one storm, made landfall in Belize, affecting approximately five thousand households across the country. And [...]

How is Frank Tzib preserving his culture?

This week, we take you to San Antonio, Cayo District, where Sabreena met Frank Tzib. Frank is on a mission to preserve his native language and inscription through the ancient [...]