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Brazilian Nationals Caught Entering Belize Illegally

Tens of thousands of migrants have gathered at the U.S./Mexico border seeking asylum, less than twenty-four hours after the United States ended an immigration policy that prohibited the entry of [...]

Couple Charged for Facilitating Brazilian Nationals

While the Immigration Department was successful in applying for the removal of the Brazilian nationals; tonight, their Belizean handlers are facing criminal charges for facilitating their illegal entry into the [...]

Car Dealer Charged with Attempted Murder of Bus Conductor

Twenty-seven-year-old Howard Reyes, a car dealer of Burrell Boom, was arraigned for attempted murder, use of deadly means of harm, aggravated assault with a firearm and wounding following a shooting [...]

Family of Man Who Perished While Detained in Hot Police Van Say They Are Being Ignored

The family of Derrick Uh, the twenty-year-old man who died while police detained him in a hot prisoner van, says efforts to get the government to meet with their attorney [...]

P.M. John Briceño Urges Association of Caribbean States to Remain Viable Amidst Global Challenges

Prime Minister John Briceño urged heads of governments attending the Ninth Summit of the Association of Caribbean States to remain relevant and viable amidst global challenges.  He also called for [...]

P.S.U. President and Minister of Public Service Discuss Pension Reform with Public Officers

Earlier this week, Dean Flowers, the President of the Public Service Union joined Minister of Public Service Henry Charles Usher on a tour of several government offices in Belmopan. This [...]

Public Officers Raise Concerns With P.S.U. President Over Unfrozen Increments

Flowers and Minister Usher engaged public officers on the reinstatement of increments. According to Flowers, while legislation has been passed through the National Assembly, the Ministry of Public Service did [...]

Is ComPol Chester Williams Overstepping Authority in Police Department?

As we said, P.S.U.’s presidential tour also took them to the Ministry of Home Affairs and New Growth Industries, as well as the Belize Police Department. And, according to Flowers, [...]

Red Cross Wheelchair Program Changing Lives

The Belize Red Cross, in partnership with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, hosted a clinic this week. It is part of a wheelchair program where hundreds of [...]

Regional Demand for Brown Sugar Almost Doubles

Earlier this week, members of the Sugar Association of the Caribbean (SAC) met virtually to discuss matters pertaining to sugar production in the region. Mac McLachlan, the Director and Country [...]

B.S.I.’s Mac McLachlan Appointed Chairman of Sugar Association of the Caribbean

During the virtual meeting, directors acknowledged the continued increase in B.S.I.’s annual sugar production which is projected at one hundred and twenty-six thousand tons for this crop season. Additionally, the [...]

Choose to Create Art Exhibit Opens at Image Factory

At this time at the Image Factory Gallery, the works of at least sixty artists, of all ages and at different level of artistic skills, are on display. Choose to [...]

Belize City Council Hosting a Night for Mothers

On Saturday between five p.m. and eleven p.m., North Front Street from its junction with Victoria Street and Hyde’s Lane will be blocked off to vehicular traffic as “A Night [...]

Marie Sharp’s Pepper Sauce Now Available in the Caribbean

Marie Sharp’s Fine Food Limited has reached yet another mile marker. Marie Sharp’s pepper sauces are now in the Caribbean. A statement from the company says that, following a business [...]

Celebrating Triplets on Mother’s Day

Around the world, mothers will be celebrated on the second Sunday of May. If you ask a mom, “What was the hardest part of the journey through motherhood?” the answers [...]