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Well-known Worship Leader in Evangelical Church is Accused of Sexual Abuse

A well-known worship leader from an evangelical church in the Cayo District is tonight facing numerous allegations of sexual abuse. At least four young women have made public statements against [...]

Derrick Bull is Charged for the Murder of His Son-in-law

On Tuesday, we brought you the story of the shooting death of nineteen-year-old Jael Jimenez in Guinea Grass Village, Orange Walk. Jimenez, a father of one, was embroiled in a [...]

An AK-47 is Retrieved in Xaibe Village

Over the past few weeks, several armed attacks in the Corozal District, including the murder of Kurtis Usher in Libertad Village, were committed with high-powered rifles carrying seven-point-two-six rounds. Just [...]

Any Intervention for Incarcerated Gang Members?

Dozens of suspected gang members from Belize City are spending their sixth night behind bars at the Belize Central Prison after being detained under a recent State of Emergency. But [...]

Attorney General and Minister of Home Affairs Tour Central Prison

On Wednesday, Kareem Musa, the Minister of Home Affairs and Anthony Sylvester, the newly appointed Attorney General, toured the Belize Central Prison. The tour was organized as a part of [...]

Senate’s Special Select Committee’s First Meeting Set for August 15

The Senate’s Special Select Committee that will investigate the government and Portico’s Definitive Agreement will hold its first meeting on August fifteenth. At the last Sitting of the Senate on [...]

Allan Pollard will Challenge Mayoral Candidacy in Belize City

Deputy Mayor Allan Pollard is running for municipal office as the next mayor of Belize City.  His bid for the highest seat at City Hall was made official earlier today [...]

The Belize Regional Sanitary Landfill Turns 10

The Belize Regional Sanitary Landfill, located off the George Price Highway at mile twenty-four, is turning ten. The facility was inaugurated on July thirtieth, 2013 and became fully operational by [...]

Separation of Garbage – Recyclable, Compost, Waste

Belize City generates about sixty-nine tons of waste per day; San Ignacio around thirty tons, twenty-five tons from the island town of San Pedro, Caye Caulker about six to seven [...]

Reformed Gang Member Now Caretaker to People with Open Flesh Wounds

Open wounds like bedsores are conditions of the skin and flesh that most of us do not want to talk about because of the unpleasant nature of the topic. And [...]

Belize to Host Central American Men’s Volleyball Championship

Belize’s Senior Men’s Volleyball Team will be taking on opponents from across the region in the upcoming Central American Men’s Volleyball Championship. The tournament is being hosted by the Belize [...]

COVID Still in Belize; Omicron Prevalent Strain

For weeks now, we have been getting reports of increased active cases of COVID. Persons were asked not to show up to work, but to stay home and recover, but [...]

Spike in COVID Cases Not Detected in the Region

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been reporting that in some countries, like the U.S., there has been a ten percent increase in active cases, including hospitalizations. [...]

DHS Says Dengue Cases Above Threshold

Last month, we reported that dengue figures up to mid-July had surpassed the number of cases for the entire year of 2022, with over eight hundred and eighty-one clinical cases [...]

NCDs are a Priority at the Ministry of Health and Wellness

Non-communicable diseases are among the top three causes of death in Belize.  Diabetes, hypertension, as well as cancer and now, mental health are among the top NCDs affecting the country. [...]

MOHW & MOE Piloting a Healthy Schools Project

The Director of Health Services Doctor Melissa Diaz-Musa shared details of a Healthy Habits, Healthy Schools, Healthy Belize Project that will be piloted in eighteen schools across the Belize District, [...]

Seventy- four Students Graduate as ITVET’s Class of 2023

Earlier today, a cohort of seventy-four students graduated as the Class of 2023 from the Institute for Technical and Vocational Education and Training.  Since its establishment, ITVET offers demand-driven skills [...]