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  • Murder Case Against Dave Alamilla Heads To The Supreme Court

    Accused murderer forty-two-year-old Hilmar David Alamilla, today once more made his way into the Orange Walk Magistrates Court where the preliminary inquiry to determine if the murder case brought against him following the shooting death of twenty-four-ye...
  • OW Police Substation Soon To Be Inaugurated

    Earlier this month we reported that after several years, individuals who reside on Cemetery Street here in Orange Walk Town will benefit from a fully functional police substation. The initiative is one that was proposed by the Orange Walk Town Council aft...
  • Fire Victims Appeal For Assistance

    In the wee hours of Friday February 2nd, a family of 12 in San Antonio Village in the Corozal District woke up to the nightmare of their home being engulfed in flames. The family made up of six adults and six children barely made it out alive, and in fact...
  • Businesses In The Free Zone Are Closing Down Says Mexican Press

    The economic situation in Belize will become the central focus in a few weeks when the 2018/2019 budget is read at the end of the fiscal year. With the debt to GDP ratio having ballooned to 100% and our productive sector still facing challenges, it will u...
  • Apolonio Kiow Back In Court

    The prosecution case for the murder of Canadian national 38 year old Gabriel Buchnia, which occurred on October 4th last year, continues in its preliminary stages. On Monday, the suspect, 52 year old Apolonio Kiow returned to court as the prosecution prep...
  • PM Barrow On Personal Leave

    Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Dean Barrow in the company of his wife, Kim Simplis Barrow, departed the country earlier today on personal leave. PM Barrow is scheduled to return to Belize later this week on Friday, February 9th, 2018. As is customary, during hi...
  • Date Set For Nomination Day

    The Elections and Boundaries office has released the details of the Municipal Elections Nomination Day exercise scheduled for Wednesday, February 21st 2018 in all municipalities. Nomination Day is held for hopefuls to officially become candidates once the...
  • Did Pablo Marin Award Roundabout Project Work In Corozal Town to Cayo Contractors?

    For several weeks we’ve been reporting on the construction taking place along a roundabout near the Santa Rita area of Corozal Town. The project isn’t being carried out by the Corozal Town Council, but by Area Representative Pablo Marin, so there is v...
  • BSI Addresses Concerns Of Chan Pine Ridge Residents

    The Belize Sugar Industries has conducted an internal investigation as it relates to the disposal of waste material found on the Chan Pine Ridge road, following several claims made by residents of the area who were alleging that the company is responsible...
  • Burglars Target Red Cross Corozal Branch Office

    The Red Cross Corozal Branch is preparing for a Valentine’s Day fundraiser lunch next week, but today the community organisation learnt that some individuals just don’t have any love to give. Today Red Cross officials found their office building situa...
  • Imports Decline Last Month Of 2017

    Turning over now to Imports. Statistics show that for the month of December 2017, imports decreased by 0.9 percent or $1.6 million landing at a total of $167.2 million in comparison to December 2016 which stood at $168.8 million. (Insert Figure 2) Import...
  • Domestic Exports Decline In 2017

    Last night we told you about the December 2017 Consumer Price Index figures released by the Statistical Institute of Belize which show that the cost of living remained high. Tonight we bring to you the import and export figures for the last month of 2017....
  • PM Says It Is not Likely That US Would Cut Aid

    In Wednesday’s newscast, we showed you the chilling remarks by U.S. President Donald Trump at his annual State of the Union in which he declared that those countries who did not support their decision to move their Embassy to Jerusalem are considered en...
  • PM Says Municipal election Results Won't Dictate His Exit From Politics

    Political analysts believe that the results of the municipal elections will be a sort of barometer for the Barrow Administration and in particular the leadership of Prime Minister Barrow. Having won three terms since 2008, despite the many scandals that h...
  • PM Barrow Weighs In The Upcoming Municipal Election

    Prime Minister Barrow also discussed what he believes are his party’s very good chances of holding on to the majority of the municipal Governments in the March 7th elections. At present, the UDP controls 62 seats of the 67 that make of the municipal ele...
  • Undocumented Belizean Living In The US Attends President Trump's First State Of The Nations Address

    Denea Joseph, an undocumented Belizean living in the United States of America has been invited by US Senator, Kamala Harris, to attend US President Donald Trump’s first state of the Union address tonight. Joseph who is a Belizean by birth, grew up in Lo...
  • IDB General Manager Meets With PM Barrow

    A special meeting was held yesterday in the country’s capital where Veronica Zavala, the new General Manager of the Inter-American Development Bank’s department for Central America, Haiti, Mexico, Panama and the Dominican Republic, met with Prime Mini...
  • Police Charge Driver In San Narciso Fatal Traffic Collision

    Thirty five year old Gerardo Silvestre Chable, a teacher from Escuela Secundaria Tecnica Mexico, appeared before the Magistrate’s Court yesterday and was arraigned on charges of Manslaughter by Negligence, Causing Death by Careless Conduct, Driving a mo...
  • Fisherman Charged for Being In Possession Of Underside Lobster

    A fisherman of Chunox Village, was fined a total of $3,480 today by Senior Magistrate Aretha Ford after he pled guilty to 4 fisheries offences. Nineteen year old Jorge Cassanova, was fined $250 plus $5 court cost for each of the following offences: Posses...
  • Jahmar Receives Much Needed MRI

    Jahmar Ferguson, the seven year old student and resident of Trial Farm Village, who was struck on the head with a blunt object three weeks ago on Monday January 1st, is still recuperating from his injury at a steady pace. As we have been reporting over th...