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Man Stabbed to Death in Domestic Dispute; Was it Self-defense?

There were two deadly incidents over the weekend that appear to be the results of domestic violence.  The first occurred on Saturday evening in the Maxboro Community where Farah Bonner [...]

Marlon Everett is Guilty of the Murder of Albert Johnson

Guilty of murder, that’s the verdict handed down in the High Court earlier today in a matter involving thirty-three-year-old Marlon Everett.  In the courtroom of the newly appointed Justice Candace [...]

Caye Caulker Woman Is Murdered Inside Home

An investigation into the death of thirty-two-year-old Leslie Verde continues. Verde was found dead in her home in Caye Caulker Village on Saturday morning. She was found unresponsive by her [...]

Chinese Businessman Charged for False Report of Stolen Vehicle

Asian businessman Jian Kun Huang pleaded guilty to a mischievous act when he appeared before the lower court today.  The thirty-one-year-old resident of Blue Marlin Drive reported to police that [...]

Bad Weather Forces Closure of Schools Across Belize

Inclement weather over the weekend force the closure of schools across the country today.  It followed the passage of a weather system over the region that brought with it approximately [...]

Inclement Weather is Expected to Dissipate by Tuesday

According to the Chief Meteorologist, the inclement weather that is affecting the country will continue to Tuesday before we see some improvement.   Ronald Gordon, Chief Meteorological Officer “So the [...]

NEMO Says No Emergency Rescue Needed So Far Due to Flooding

And because the rains kept on coming down over the weekend, it created flash flooding in certain areas of the country. Luckily this time, everyone seemed to have heeded the [...]

NEMO Advises People to Be Cautious and Vigilant over Next Few Days

All the ferries across the Belize River in Cayo District had to be closed over the weekend, including the Baking Pot Ferry, the Xunantunich Ferry, and the Iguana Creek Bridge.  [...]

A New P.U.P. Slate for Belize City Municipals

Since the People’s United Party opened up the opportunity for interested supporters to enter the race to select a slate for municipal elections, it has been a mad rush. There [...]

Belize High School’s IT Unit Made Voting/Counting Easier & Faster

As we reported earlier, the P.U.P. rented the ground spaces at the Belize Elementary School compound on Princess Margaret Drive to hold its councilor candidate convention on Sunday. But part [...]

Pollard: “My Candidacy is Not for Sale”

While he has been endorsed as a councilor candidate, Allan Pollard, who is actually the deputy mayor, had applied to the P.U.P. to run against Mayor Bernard Wagner. But the [...]

B.W.S. Addresses Water Conservation Amid Flooding

Belize Water Services Limited has issued a public notice on water conservation.  The utility company has also issued a similar advisory for customers to boil water before consumption.  Earlier today, [...]

Assad Shoman Says Hamas is Not a Terrorist Organization

The Israel-Hamas war continues on the other side of the world. According to the Ministry of Health in Gaza, the number of Palestinians killed in Gaza since Hamas attacked Israel [...]

Former AG Godfrey Smith says Israel Breaking Laws of War

Joining Shoman was Senior Counsel Godfrey Smith, who has served as Belize’s Attorney General and Minister of Foreign Affairs. Smith and Shoman shared their views on the Israel-Hamas war. As [...]