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Domestic Dispute Leads to Burrell Boom Mother being Stabbed

Belize continues to celebrate the annual Sixteen Days of Activism, but tonight we begin our newscast with the unfortunate story of a woman who was attacked and stabbed by her [...]

Thieves Target Three ATMs in Six Days Heritage Bank

The convenience of having automated teller machines, otherwise known as ATMs in areas where we live, work or have to pass everyday is something that we may have taken for [...]

Oscar Selgado to Learn his Fate on December 23rd

Defense attorney Oscar Selgado will learn his fate on December sixth, following an adjournment in the High Court this morning. The well-known criminal lawyer, is being tried for his alleged [...]

Selling of Boledo and Sunday Lottery Resumed Today

Today, for the first time in months, Boledo and lottery enthusiasts returned to their lottery counters to purchase their favourite numbers for the first draw since the games were put [...]

PM Briceño Says Belmopan CitCo Fiasco is an Embarrassment

The internal debacle that continues to humiliate the Belmopan City Council has gotten the attention of Prime Minister John Briceño.  As we reported earlier this week, Mayor Sheran Palacio is [...]

Belize Votes for Saudi Arabia to Host World Expo 2030

Prime Minister John Briceño and a delegation of government officials returned from Saudi Arabia recently where they attended a summit with other CARICOM heads of government.  In the past few [...]

Coast Guard Adds Sixty New Sailors to Its Numbers

This afternoon, the Belize Coast Guard held a passing out ceremony for sixty recruits. Of the bunch, Recruit Marlon Cucul received two awards: for Champion Shot and Champion Swim, while [...]

PM Briceño Urges New Coastguards to be good Examples

P.M. also told the new recruits that their contribution to this country will be an invaluable service and urged them to remain humble and steadfast and to be an example [...]

Caribbean Leaders are “Pledge-fatigued” at COP283

On Thursday, we told you about the hundreds of millions of dollars that countries pledge for the Loss and Damage Fund which was launched on Day One of COP28 in [...]

COP28 Launches Urgent Global Climate Action Amidst Hottest Year on Record

COP 28 kicked off in Dubai on Thursday, addressing record-breaking temperatures globally. The conference aims to accelerate global climate action as the impacts of the climate crisis intensify. This year’s [...]

World Leaders Face Stark Reality of Climate Targets Shortfall

Although nations are transitioning to clean energy, the pace falls short of meeting ambitious targets. A recent U.N. report shows that national climate action plans would only reduce emissions to [...]

Celebrating International Women in Conservation

The distinguished “International Women in Conservation 2023″ gathering brought together key figures in the field for substantive discussions and collaborative efforts. Amanda Acosta, the Executive Director of the Belize Audubon [...]

Comedy Belize Does It Again; One for the Weekend

If you’re a fan of standup comedy, you’ll be in for a wild treat this weekend as Comedy Belize has put together another lineup of comic entertainers who will surely [...]

N.C.F.C Calls for Heightened Road Traffic Awareness

The two traffic fatalities that claimed the lives of eight construction workers since Saturday night have prompted the National Commission for Families and Children to revisit what it believes is [...]

A Christmas Tree Lighting Extravaganza

As the festive season approaches, the Belize City Council is gearing up for a dazzling Christmas tree lighting ceremony set to take place tonight in the heart of downtown. The [...]