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Belmopan City Council Organize Imari Galvez Peace March and Vigil

An entire week has passed since the lifeless body of nineteen-year-old Imari Galvez was discovered in a state of decomposition off the Hummingbird Highway. The Belmopan resident is believed to [...]

Wilmer Rivera is Arraigned for Attempted Murder of Ex-Girlfriend

Thirty-one-year-old Wilmer Javier Rivera appeared in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court earlier today where he was arraigned on two indictable offenses of attempted murder and use of deadly means of [...]

Policeman Charged with Sexually Assaulting Colleague

Thirty-seven-year-old Basilio Ack is out on bail after pleading guilty to a single charge of sexual assault. The police officer is accused of squeezing his colleague’s breast during an incident [...]

Department of Transport Requires License and Registration for E-Motorcycles

The Department of Transport is cracking down on electric motorcycles and scooters. The department fired off a press release on Monday reminding owners of these electric motor vehicles that they [...]

E.U. Committed to Creating Greater Electric Vehicle Access in Belize

There has been a lot of buzz around the Belize City Council’s plans to introduce electric buses to the city’s public transport system. The project is entitled Towards Low Carbon [...]

C.G.A. Responds to Reports on Citrus Industry

The Citrus Growers Association has issued a press release, following recent reports of the dire state of the citrus industry.  Last week, Stann Creek West Area Representative Rodwell Ferguson, as [...]

Demand for Citrus Products Remain Strong in CARICOM Region

During Friday’s house meeting, Doctor Zabaneh spoke about the prospects of a recovery of the citrus industry and the efforts needed to revitalize the sector.  Here’s more from the Dangriga [...]

Concrete Truck Washout Poses Potential Environmental Threat in Placencia says D.O.E.

A video has surfaced of a concrete truck apparently washing out its contents into a drain near mile twenty-one along the Placencia Road. Concrete in its liquid state is considered [...]

Gales Point Manatee – Rich in Culture and Tradition

Nestled in southern Belize District is the Creole village of Gales Point Manatee. The small fishing and farming community is on a peninsula in Southern Lagoon and has a population [...]

National Workshop to Establish a Maritime Transport Policy

Today at the Caribbean Motors conference room in Belize City, public and private sector stakeholders in the business of trade, particularly maritime transport, were engaged in a technical workshop, as [...]

N.T.U.C.B. Supports Unexplained Wealth Bill

On Friday, Prime Minister John Briceño introduced the Civil Asset Recovery and Unexplained Wealth Bill. The bill provides for the civil recovery of the proceeds of unlawful conduct. The introduction [...]

N.T.U.C.B. Wants to Be Part of Central Bank Board of Directors

The executive of the National Trade Union Congress of Belize (N.T.U.C.B.) met with Prime Minister John Briceño on Monday in Belmopan. A number of topics were discussed, including the N.T.U.C.B.’s [...]

EU Representatives Meet with Briceño Administration

The European Union and the Government of Belize held their eight political dialogue in San Pedro on Monday evening.  The forum was used to address the relationship between Belize and [...]

Fight between Youths at Mountain Pine Ridge Facility Result in Dismissal of One

A fight that occurred last week between a group of six youths at the Mountain Pine Ridge Youth Facility and another of their peers led to a small uproar on [...]

Youth Program Manager: Three B.D.F. Soldiers at the Facility Add to the Problem

Swan said they are trying to keep the troubled youths separated and the one who has now expressed an interest in reforming his life is in isolation until he can [...]