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Two Families Displaced by Fire In Caye Caulker

A fire in Caye Caulker Village this morning interrupted the flow of traffic and temporarily displaced the members of the Belize Police Department who are stationed out there. The blaze, [...]

David Gonzales Found Guilty of Murdering His Wife

San Pedro resident David Gonzales has been found guilty of murdering his wife, Marisela Gonzales. Marisela’s semi-nude body was discovered at a dumpsite in San Pedro Town in October 2020, [...]

B.D.F. Soldier Accused of Sexually Assaulting Coast Guard Officer

A male Belize Defense Force soldier stands accused of sexually assaulting a female Coast Guard officer. The incident reportedly happened at the B.D.F.’s Price Barracks compound in Ladyville. The Coast [...]

B.D.F Soldier to Be Dealt With Over Misplaced Weapon

It’s been a month since a high-powered B.D.F. rifle was reported missing in the vicinity of the Xunantunich archaeological site in Cayo District and it seems to have made its [...]

U.D.P. Introduces Belize City Municipal Slate 2024

This morning at the U.D.P. headquarters in Belize City, eleven candidates, including a new mayoral hopeful, were officially introduced as the party’s slate in the upcoming municipal elections.  The introduction [...]

Former PM Barrow Condemns Israel’s Actions in Middle East

Former Prime Minister Dean Barrow has joined other past foreign ministers in condemning the actions of Israel in the ongoing conflict in the Middle East.  Following the deadly attack on [...]

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Launches #VoicesforPeace

Countries, organizations, and groups around the world continue to call for a ceasefire in Gaza. Israel announced another evacuation corridor to allow Gazans to flee south on Friday. But the [...]

BDF Demoted for 2019 Shooting of Another Soldier

In 2019, a B.D.F. sergeant shot a fellow soldier at Fairweather Camp. It was a matter that was still pending from then until about a month ago, when his case [...]

Xunantunich Observation Post is of Concern

The Xunantunich Observation Post is an area of concern. That is what the B.D.F.’s Commander Brigadier General Azariel Loria told the media today. Just recently several rounds of ammunition and [...]

Mexican & Belizean Law Enforcement Commanders Discuss Border Security

High-ranking law enforcement officers from Belize and Mexico are wrapping up three days of meetings on border security matters. Border commanders from both countries are focusing particularly on crimes carried [...]

Contract Submitted to Rebuild Sarstoon FOB

The Forward Operating Base at the mouth of the Sarstoon River, because of the structural damage it has suffered over the last few years to the elements, has not been [...]

Caribbean Soldiers Graduate From Regional Training

Today, a graduation ceremony was held at the BATSUB unit at Price Barracks for soldiers from across the Caribbean region who took part over the past two months in military [...]

Corozal Free Zone Access Road to be Upgraded

This morning in Corozal, a brief signing ceremony was held for the rehabilitation of the Santa Elena Access Road to the Corozal Free Trade Zone.  The awarded contract is valued [...]

Parliamentarians Attend Climate Crisis Forum Ahead of COP28

COP28 will be held at the Expo City in Dubai later this month and, as a prelude to the annual event, the National Assembly, in partnership with the Ministry of [...]

Inspiring Financial Responsibility

In a world driven by consumerism and the ever-present temptation to spend, one young woman is on a mission to make budgeting a simple and accessible tool for financial success. [...]