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Jordan Waight is Gunned Down in Gungulung

Twenty-four-year-old Jordan Waight, who also went by the name Jordan Burns, was gunned down this morning here in Belize City.  The deadly shooting happened around nine a.m., as he walked [...]

Witness in Shawn Menzies Murder Case Charged Again

A witness in one of the most sensational murder trials of 2023 has been charged again with the November, 2020 murder of Shawn Menzies Senior. The uncooperative witness who was [...]

Main Witness in Oscar Selgado Case Afraid to Testify

The legal proceedings against attorney Oscar Selgado continued today before High Court Justice Nigel Pilgrim. Selgado is charged with aiding and abetting the commission of murder against Marilyn Barnes. Oral [...]

Police Find Over 9 lbs of Weed on Bus

Police came across a significant find early this morning when they conducted a search on a commuter bus. Police say that they searched the bus at around four this morning, [...]

U.D.P. Condemns PM Briceño’s Judicial Interference

A legal challenge is presently before the Chief Magistrate regarding a residential address in Mesopotamia provided by the Leader of the Opposition.  We have been reporting on the progress of [...]

CEOs Monthly Telephone Allowance More Than Doubles

On November fourteenth, Financial Secretary Joseph Waight wrote to Cabinet Secretary Stuart Leslie confirming the approval of an increase in the monthly telephone allowance for all C.E.O.’s, the Cabinet Secretary, [...]

What Happens to Parliamentarians Who Fail to Declare Assets?

On Wednesday, we heard from the Minister of the Public Service, Henry Charles Usher on the steps the government has taken to minimize corruption in public office. But one of [...]

P.C.C Meets Stumbling Block From the Public

Since the People’s Constitution Commission hosted its inaugural meeting a year ago, it has been holding consultations in various areas around the country. It has also made several unsuccessful attempts [...]

Health Ministry Recalls Anti-Allergy Syrup

Earlier this week, the Ministry of Health and Wellness issued a mandatory recall for Alergo Anti-Allergy Syrup, which is produced by Pharmix Laboratories (Private) Limited. The contaminated medication was identified [...]

The Toxic Effects of Alergo

According to Doctor Samouge, toxic effects include abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, inability to pass urine, headache, altered mental state, and acute kidney injury leading to death.  Individuals exhibiting these symptoms [...]

Copalli Rum: Spirit of the Rainforest

In tonight’s episode of Belize on Reel, we return to Toledo District to take a closer look at a unique product that is quickly making a distinct name for itself [...]

Cuello’s and Travellers Object to S.S.B.’s $9M Loan

Last week, we told you about S.S.B.’s plan to invest nine million dollars as funds for the construction of a new liquor distillery in the north.  It followed the publication [...]

B.S.I. Prepares for Upcoming Sugar Crop

A new sugar crop is set to begin in the weeks ahead and Belize Sugar Industries, much like the cane farmers across the north, is preparing for the upcoming season.  [...]

Eliminating Child Labor in Belize

A closing ceremony was held this morning in Belize City for the Child Labor Campaign.  The ceremony brought to an end a month-long awareness campaign carried out with nineteen high [...]

Minister: Redistricting Exercise Needs Census for Accuracy

As we’ve reported, the Belize Peace Movement wants the Elections and Boundaries Commission to conduct a proper job of re-districting the thirty-one constituencies across Belize. The movement went to the [...]

Minister Henry Charles Usher calls for Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza

A four-day truce between Israel and Hamas is set to begin on Friday morning. The first thirteen civilian captives are expected to be released as announced by the Qatari foreign [...]

Belize City Fire Victim Needs Your Help

A fire engulfed two wooden structures near Arlington Drive in Belize City on Friday morning.  The fire completely destroyed the two buildings; one was a two bedroom house belonging to [...]

St. Agnes Anglican School Presents Play for Judging

Saint Agnes Anglican School in La Democracia serves the Mahogany Heights and La Democracia communities and is one of six rural primary schools taking part in a storytelling competition organized [...]

Online Exclusive: Preserving Cultural Heritage in the Caribbean: Resilient Initiatives in Trinidad and Tobago, British Virgin Island and Dominica Address Climate Challenges

Preserving Cultural Heritage in the Caribbean is a multifaceted challenge that intertwines the rich tapestry of history, identity, and climate resilience. In the face of climate change, the Caribbean nations [...]