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Deliveryman Dies after High Speed Chase with Police

Two young men lost their lives in separate incidents in the north and tonight, we begin our newscast with the death of a twenty-year-old father of one. Jesus Sacul, a [...]

Sacul’s Killing Stirs Up Old Wounds for Dyandre Chee’s Family

Jesus Sacul was part of a motorcycle crew, for which Dyandre Chee was also a member. Chee, you may recall, was shot and killed by police officers during a high-speed [...]

Opposition Leader Criticizes B.P.D. for Orange Walk Fatality

Earlier today, Opposition Leader Shyne Barrow also weighed in on the officer involved incident in Orange Walk Town that resulted in the death of twenty-year-old Jesus Sacul.  While the tragic [...]

Jael Jimenez is Shot Dead by his Father-in-law

A murder was also recorded in Orange Walk on Saturday night. Nineteen-year-old Jael Jimenez was shot dead by his father-in-law, following an altercation. Jimenez was reportedly socializing with his wife [...]

Amid Public Outcry, ComPol Says SOE Targeted Specific Individuals

A state of emergency was declared in three Belize City neighborhoods on Friday, bringing to a halt an unrelenting spate of gun violence that claimed as many as five lives.  [...]

Opposition Leader Disparages P.U.P. Government Over Another SOE

The state of emergency was first introduced by the previous administration, to much criticism from the then People’s United Party opposition.  Since it took office in November 2020, three states [...]

A No-confidence Motion is Filed Against PM Briceño

The United Democratic Party does not believe that Prime Minister John Briceño is fit to continue as head of government, neither is it of the view that he has the [...]

Do Senior Members of Briceño Administration Believe in the PM’s Leadership?

In the notice submitted by the Leader of the Opposition, he carefully outlines the reasons for a no-confidence motion by referencing various sections of the Standing Orders of the House [...]

UN Declares August 11th World Steel Pan Day

The United Nations has officially declared August eleventh as World Steel Pan Day in celebration of the century-old instrument which was first developed in Trinidad and Tobago. Doctor Lennox Pike [...]

National Male U-17 Basketball Team Secures Historic Bronze Medal

Over the years, Belize’s national basketball teams, at all levels, have been unable to advance beyond regional tournaments. That was until Sunday night inside the Belize City Civic Center. The [...]

U.D.P. Says, “No Accounting for Concert Using Tax Funds!”

The second annual Belize International Music and Food Festival was held over the weekend here in Belize City.  The two-day event featuring a laundry list of Belizean and international artists [...]

Semifinal/Battle Rounds Begin on KTV the Remix, Season Five

It’s night one of the semifinal rounds of KTV the Remix, Season Five. Tonight, the bottom two singers, following last week’s soundtrack round, will battle to determine who stays in [...]

Online Exclusive: Empower the Disabled Community to become Climate Resilient: Jamaican Disability Advocates

Climate resilience is about being able to efficiently cope with and manage the impacts of climate change while actively working to minimise their escalation. A climate resilient society would have [...]