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Belize City Man Stabbed to Death in Biscayne Village

A nineteen-year-old Belize City father was stabbed to death on Wednesday night. Levan Aldana, a resident of Haulze Street was in Biscayne Village, where he has a girlfriend and a [...]

Vehicle Crashes Into Home and Kills Dangriga Man

A forty-six-year-old Dangriga resident is dead after an SUV crashed into his home. Kenrick Castillo was inside his home on Wednesday night when tragedy struck. A black Jeep with two [...]

Selgado will Learn His Fate on February Seventh

A decision in the case involving attorney Oscar Selgado, who stands accused of abetment to commit murder, will be handed down by the High Court on Wednesday, February seventh.  Earlier [...]

Fifty More Businesses Ticketed for Violations

A second round of establishment inspections carried out by the Supplies Control Unit of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Enterprise has concluded and as many as fifty businesses [...]

Foreign Minister: Belize Remains Resolute on Calling for Isreaeli Ceasefire

On Monday, former prime ministers Said Musa and Dean Barrow, along with several past foreign ministers expressed approval over South Africa’s decision to bring a charge of genocide against Israel, [...]

30 Orange Walk ITVET Students Sent Home Over Unpaid School Fees

Roughly thirty students attending the Orange Walk ITVET have been sent home from school for failure to pay their school fees.  It is a decision that flies in the face [...]

New Guatemalan President, New Sarstoon Protocol?

With a new Guatemalan president and foreign minister in office, will there be a mutually agreed upon protocol to govern travel along the contested Sarstoon River?  Prime Minister John Briceño [...]

Living With the Wetland in Crooked Tree Village

World Wetland Day 2024 will be celebrated on Friday February second, under the theme, “Wetlands and Human Wellbeing”. The day marks the anniversary of the adoption of the Ramsar Convention [...]

New Haulover Bridge Open to Vehicles; Pedestrians, Not Yet

For the first time since it has been constructed, vehicles were able to cross the new Haulover Bridge near mile five on the Philip Goldson Highway. Today, Ministry of Infrastructure [...]

Roundabout Near Biltmore Hotel Still Not Completed

And, only a short distance away from the new Haulover Bridge, works are currently ongoing at the roundabout near the Biltmore Hotel. Anyone travelling out or into the city would [...]

MIDH Minister Comments on BEBL’s Civic Cost Concerns

When reporters caught up with Minister Espat in Belize City today, he was also asked about the concerns raised by the Belize Elite Basketball League over the price tag attached [...]

Minister of MIDH: the Philip Goldson Bust Represents a Hero

The Philip Goldson bust has been mounted at its permanent location atop a marble pedestal protected by barriers at the entrance to the highway named after him. It’s been there [...]

MIDH Minister: Infrastructure is Major Priority in Budget

It is just about two months before the annual budget is presented in the National Assembly and in the coming weeks, the various ministers will be putting forth their reasons [...]

Fort George Hotel and Spa Opens To A Full House

The Fort George Hotel and Spa is officially open for business. Formerly known as the Radisson Fort George Hotel and Marina, January thirty-first, 2024 marked the last day of the [...]