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  • Meet Top Mathematicians Of BMHS

    Following its inception, Bishop Martin High School has been hosting its annual Math Challenge formerly known as the Math Olympiad where student representatives from the first, second and third form levels compete against each other to solve Mathematics pr...
  • Police Department To Clamp Down On Liquor Laws

    The Police Department is clamping down on the abuse of alcohol, which it says is one of the main factors that lead to crimes being committed. Yesterday, Commissioner of Police Chester Williams revealed to the media that his Department will be looking at a...
  • Mossiah Dies Of Apshyxia Broncoaspiration

    Today the results of the post mortem examination conducted on the body of 52 year old candy vendor Jesus Mossiah was released. The report indicates the Corozal resident died as a result of Asphixia broncoaspiration of bloody contents due to blunt force tr...
  • Cost Of Living Up By 0.2 Percent For April 2019

    The Statistical Institute of Belize's released its monthly Consumer Price Index today for the month of April and the news is not all that good. The survey shows that the All-items CPI stood at 104.9, an increase of 0.2 percent from 104.7 in April 2018. ...
  • Corozal Resident Charged for Alleged Rape Of A 14 Year Old Minor At A Football Field

    Corozal Town resident Allen Gilharry was charged yesterday morning for the crime of unlawful sexual intercourse, on allegations that on April 26 he had sexual intercourse with a 14 year old minor at the Ricalde Stadium. Gilharry pleaded not guilty to the...
  • Elderly Corozal Couple Die in Horrific Road Traffic Accident

    A husband and wife couple from San Narciso Village in the Corozal District lost their lives this afternoon when a tow head truck slammed into their Ford Ranger pickup truck between mile 72 and 73 on the Phillip Goldson Highway. Shortly after 2 o’clo...
  • UNO Gas Station Targeted By Robbers

    The recently opened UNO Gas Service Station located in Tower Hill in the Orange Walk District was targeted by robbers in the wee hours of today February 1st, 2019. Belizean Security Guards 53 year old Teodoro Jimenez of Guinea Grass Village in Orang...
  • Belize Exports Soybean Oil To Jamaica

    Last week Thursday January 24th, Belize exported five containers of crude soybean oil to Jamaica marking it the very first shipment of its kind to be exported to that region. The exportation was made possible through Bel-Car Exports and Imports in S...
  • Severe Weather Conditions Causes Minor Damages In North

    Over the weekend, a cold front which was predicted to hit in Mexico, affected the entire Yucatan Peninsula as it landed on Sunday afternoon accompanied by heavy rains and strong winds. Though it lasted approximately an hour and half, it toppled six city p...
  • CALEDONIA FAMILY CLAIMS DESTRUCTIVE FIRE WAS CAUSED BY ARSON

    A family in Caledonia suffered tremendous loss when two of their homes were destroyed by a fire in Caledonia Village last night Sunday, January 27th. The first home, a wooden structure with zinc roofing, was occupied by a family member who was sleep...
  • Mexican Trio Trial Has Commenced

    Back in April 2018 we told you about the difficulties faced by the prosecution in the case against the three Mexican nationals Belen Hernandez, Joscat Jafet Hernandez and Lionel Isaac Rodriguez.   The trio is accused of stealing from Atlantic Bank betw...
  • Hattieville Resident Bust With Live Ammo

    A Belize City woman is facing the long arm of the law after officers of the Special Branch Unit and Crimes Investigation Branch attached to the Orange Walk Police Formation conducted a search on the bus she was travelling in this morning and found several...
  • Cabinet Unanimously Supports a Yes Vote In ICJ Referendum

    On April 10th Belizeans from across the country will head to the polls to vote on whether we should take Guatemala’s claim to the international court of justice for final resolution. While many Belizeans remain undecided on the matter, today the Governm...
  • KEITH GAYNAIR CHARGED FOR MANSLAUGHTER AND SENTENCED TO 15 YEARS FOR THE DEATH OF DARREL WILLIAMS

    Thirty-year-old Orange Walk resident Keith Gaynair was today sentenced to fifteen years in prison after being found guilty of Manslaughter for the stabbing death of eighteen-year-old New Hope Student Darrel Wade Jr. Viewers may remember that Gaynair wa...
  • 224 Farmers Graduate From Farmers Field School

    This afternoon a special graduation ceremony was held for 224 cane farmers who participated in the Sugar Industry Research and Development Institute’s “Farmer Field School” programme. If you’re wondering how school and cane field go together, well...
  • New International Flight Headed To Belize

    There's a new international flight headed to Belize, this time coming from Minneapolis, Minnesota located in the American upper Midwest. The Belize Tourism Board has partnered with Sun Country Airlines to offer these first ever seasonal non-stop flight...
  • Speaker Of The House Signs MOU With FOPREL And SICA

    Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Laura Tucker Longsworth, travelled to El Salvador to participate in the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Forum of Presiding Officers of Parliaments of Central America and the Caribbea...
  • Ship Registered In Belize Red Flagged In South Korea

    Reports from international news outlet “ChoSun media” today indicates that a ship which docked at a port in South Korea and which was suspected of carrying illegal North Korean Coal into South Korea is reportedly registered to Belize. According to the...
  • Mennonite From Little Belize Charged With Ammunition Offence

    A resident of Little Belize here in the Orange Walk district was charged with firearm offences after he was caught in possession with unlicensed ammunition over the weekend. According to official Police reports, authorities were conducting mobile pa...
  • Elections and Boundaries Releases Its Latest Figures

    The Elections and Boundaries Department released its latest figures relating to the number of electors who have made it to re-registration centers across all seven municipalities. According to their figures in the past week, fifteen thousand five hundred ...