CNTMP Launched In Belize

Today the Government of Belize launched its first Comprehensive National Transportation Master Plan ...

PM Travels Abroad

Last week Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Dean Barrow announced during his press conference that his health...

Be On Alert For Wanna Be GST Officers

Today the Department of General Sales Tax (DGST) issued a public notice alerting that the department...

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  • Belizeans Under Preventative Detention In El Salvador

    Last week we reported on a group of Belizeans who were arrested in El Salvador after they were caught with a large amount of money at an airport in that country. Well tonight a report on the Salvadoran news outlet ‘La Pagina’ indicates that a ju...
  • Firefighter Pleaded Guilty To China Store Armed Robbery

    Yesterday we reported on the brazen armed robbery of China Store, a supermarket located on 7th Avenue in Corozal Town. The business establishment was targeted by a male individual just after 3pm on Saturday. While the male Chinese owner stood behind the c...
  • BNTU Says Rising Cost Of Living Is A Concern

    While the Union is unhappy with the Ministry of Education’s decision to dock teachers’ salaries, the BNTU also shares concerns about the rising cost of living and the diminishing purchasing power of its members. Last year, teachers and public officers...
  • Union Tells Teachers To Halt Contributions, In Response To MOE Salary Docking

    In April, the Ministry of Education decided that it would dock the salaries of hundreds of teachers who off a day from regular school to attend an anti-crime rally in the city of Belmopan on March 22nd which was organized by their union, the Belize Nation...
  • Three Belizeans Charged For Money Laundering In El Salvador

    Three Belizean nationals are tonight behind bars in El Salvador after they were caught with a large amount of money at an airport in that country.   Reports from Salvadoran news ‘La Pagina’ indicates that the Attorney General's Office in El Sa...
  • Belizeans To Pay More For Electricity

    Tonight, we can confirm that electricity rates will be going up. In the beginning of April, we told you about a request made by Belize Electricity Limited to take up electricity rates. At the time, B.E.L. attributed the proposed rise to an increase in the...
  • Ambassador Alexis Rosado Says AG Should Respond To Chamber's Concern

    The Chamber of Commerce has still not received a formal response to the concerns raised in multiple letters written to senior Government officials including the Prime Minister. Those concerns have to do with whether it has been unconstitutional for ...
  • Ex-fugitives Plea Guilty to Escape At Corozal Magistrate's Court

    This afternoon the two men who were on the run since April 11th after they pulled off a head-scratching escape from the Police Station’s cell block #3 were back in court after they were caught in Orange Walk Town yesterday, Wednesday May 2nd. According ...
  • Three Men Robbed Chinese In Corozal

    Yesterday afternoon three armed robbers targeted a Chinese store downtown Corozal. Shortly before 4:00pm, a female Chinese businesswoman and her 13 year old son were inside their establishment Chang Fa Restaurant and Bar located on Park Street North...
  • BTB Offers Scholarships For Tourism Programs

    The Belize Tourism Board is offering scholarship opportunities to interested applicants for Tourism Programs commencing August 2018 for Full-time Students for the following degrees: 1. Associate Degree in Tourism (Two Year Tuition Scholarship) Requirement...
  • Belizeans Caught Fishing Illegally In Guatemalan Waters

    Reports coming from Guatemalan media “Guatevision” indicates that two Belizean citizens along with a Guatemalan national were detained by Guatemalan authorities after they were caught fishing illegally in Guatemalan waters near Livingston, Izabal. The...
  • Business Woman Confirms Brutal Assault, Says Its The 6th Time

    Back in December 2016, we had reported on the brutal assault and robbery of a businesswoman in Corozal Town. She had reported that upon arriving home in the Santa Rita Heights area during the night, she was attacked by a gun-toting male person. Tonight we...
  • Referendum Jitters ...Jimmy Morales Upset By Guat. Journalist Questions

    As reported, Guatemala is moving full speed with its referendum and as part of its campaign, President Jimmy Morales and other senior Government officials have been on a tour of communities, spreading the message that a yes to ICJ vote is the way to go. M...
  • Belize/ Guatemala Culture Event Comes To An End

    And sticking to the subject of Guatemala and Belize a two day event entitled “The Belizean and Guatemalan Garifuna Culture as an Expression of Social Cohesion, Intercultural Dialogue and Promotion of Peace” came to an end yesterday in Guatemala City. ...
  • Foreign Affairs Clarifies Sedi's Statement, Says ICJ Decision Is Final

    The PUP asked for clarification yesterday in a press release and today the Ministry of Foreign Affairs provided just that. A release explained that the interview clips used as part of the report gave the wrong impression of what Elrington’s meant t...
  • PUP Says Elrington Is Confused About Guatemala's Constitution

    The People’s United Party has requested clarification from Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington for statements made during an interview with the media on Wednesday, April 4, 2018. In that interview, Elrington indicated that Belize’s Ambassador in ...
  • Gas Tomza Substation In Corozal Robbed In Broad Daylight

    Corozal Police are looking for suspects involved in the daylight robbery of Gas Tomza’s butane gas substation located in the Altamira area of Corozal Town. Sometime after 1pm, several assailants arrived at the compound and held up the two employees who ...
  • Guatemala Debuts "Good Bye Belize" Musical Theater Show

    It is expected that in 10 days Guatemala will be holding their referendum to decide whether or not to take their claim over Belize to the International Court of Justice, and all indications are that the campaign for a yes vote is heating up. The Gover...
  • OWTC Continues To Invest On Street Infrastructure

    The Orange Walk Town Council team is preparing to resume the infrastructural works that have been in the Council’s pipeline over the past three years. This includes the rehabilitation of over sixty heavily trafficked streets that have been completed acr...
  • Popular Belizean Artist Behind Bars

    One of Belize’s most popular Punta Artist is tonight behind bars in the United States on rape and kidnapping charges. Thirty-six-year-old punta rock artist Daniel Cacho, known to all as “Lova Boy” was arrested and charged with two counts rape of a m...