Another Contraband Bust In Orange Walk

In last night’s newscast, we reported on a major contraband bust which occurred here in the Orange W...

Department Of Transport Cracks Down On Traffic Violators

Last week, the Department of Transport announced that it will be cracking down on violators of the t...

Carribbean Tourists Behind Bars For Drug Trafficking

Three Caribbean Tourists are tonight behind bars at the Belize Central Prison after a substantial qu...

PM Weighs In On Castro's Sons Contraversy

There’s been public condemnation for the authorities’ handling of the criminal matters involving the...

PM Rejects IMF Recommendation To Increase GST To 15%

Last week we told you about the IMF’s Article IV consultation statement on Belize which called on th...

  • Another Contraband Bust In Orange Walk

    Tuesday, 20 June 2017 00:00
  • Department Of Transport Cracks Down On Traffic Violators

    Tuesday, 20 June 2017 00:00
  • Carribbean Tourists Behind Bars For Drug Trafficking

    Tuesday, 20 June 2017 00:00
  • PM Weighs In On Castro's Sons Contraversy

    Friday, 23 June 2017 02:09
  • PM Rejects IMF Recommendation To Increase GST To 15%

    Friday, 23 June 2017 02:13

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  • CWU Condemns MOE Move To Reward Teachers Who Remained Strike Free

    On Monday, Minister of Education Patrick Faber confirmed that a million dollars has been set aside by GOB as compensation for teachers who showed up to work during the BNTU industrial action last October. That announcement however, didn’t sit well with ...
  • CWU Condemns MOE Move To Reward Teachers Who Remained Strike Free

    On Monday, Minister of Education Patrick Faber confirmed that a million dollars has been set aside by GOB as compensation for teachers who showed up to work during the BNTU industrial action last October. That announcement however, didn’t sit well with ...
  • Belize Leads Sugar Production Figures In The Caribbean

    Come October 2017 Countries who belong to the European Union’s preferential market will be bracing for direct competition following the recent EU reform on world sugar prices and as a direct result the importation to the EU from countries like Belize, w...
  • Two Men Remanded For The Murder Of Mojica

    This morning forty year old Saul Reyes and forty seven year old Juan Orellana appeared at the Orange Walk Magistrates Court where they were arraigned for the murder of twenty one year old Adiel Mojica. No pleas were taken from them today reason being that...
  • Police Vehicle Caught Red-Handed Engage In Contraband

    This has been a terribly bad publicity week for the Belize Police Department. One which started with videos posted on social media of two Police officers brutalizing a female in San Pedro and then firing their weapons wildly to keep at bay residents who t...
  • Cops Involved In San Pedro Shooting Placed In Interdiction

    Over the weekend social media was in turmoil following the release of an amateur video taken in San Pedro which shows local authorities manhandling a handcuffed woman, pinning her down and then hitting her several times. The event transpired in the wee ho...
  • PUP Says One Million Rewards To Teachers Spell Supplementary Allocation

    The fact that GOB wants to reward teachers who did not take part in the October 2016 and January 2017 strike has given much to talk about over social media. Given the crisis the economy is currently facing Belizeans are already chastising government for i...
  • BNTU Call GOB For Union Busting

    Back in February, the Belize National Teacher’s Union claimed a small victory following mediation sessions with the Ministry of Education over the Ministry’s proposed salary cuts for teachers who participated in the Union’s strike action in October ...
  • Lighthouse And Guiness Not Affected By Tax Increase

    Yesterday the new prices for various commodities in the market came into effect following the enforcement of the 2017-2018 Budget where the Government of Belize legislated an increase in excise levies for certain products.  Beer, stout and soft drink...
  • BTL Has A New CEO

    Late last year word got out of Anwar Barrow’s decision to leave the post of Chief Executive Officer at the state-owned Belize Telemedia Ltd after holding the top position for over three years. Since that announcement was made BTL has been in pursuit of ...
  • Vehicle goes Up In Flames In Corozal

    Disaster was averted this afternoon when a car caught fire very near popular baker “Y-Not Bakery” located between 4th and 5th Street North in Corozal Town.   When we arrived on the scene, Fire Officials had contained the fire which had spread to t...
  • Shift In The Police Department

    Tonight reports suggest that a major shake-up has been planned for the top ranks of the Belize Police Department taking effect sometime at the beginning of July this year. The Commissioner of Police has not issued any public notice but reports are that th...
  • Were Police Officers Out Of Order?

    This morning the police department also called a press briefing for Lino to field questions from the media. According to Lino, while the incident is being taken seriously and investigated, he says there is enough evidence that the Police officers involved...
  • Two COPS Charged For Shooting Incident In San Pedro

    Belize’s number 1 tourist destination is Ambergris Caye, San Pedro. But a brutal incident which played out in the wee hours of Saturday morning on la Isla Bonita is threatening to drive tourists away by the droves, while further infuriating Belizeans ab...
  • New Tax Measures Comes Into Effect

    The new tax measures introduced by the Government as part of the budget presentation a couple of weeks ago, are now in effect affecting a list of goods and services including fuel, cement, soft drinks, beer and stout. By raising the taxes on these goods a...
  • Media Meets With High Commanders, There Is A Soft Break-Through

    Representatives of the Belize media Corp met this morning in a two-hour session with the Commissioner of Police, Allen Whylie and other high ranking officials of the Belize Police Department. As a result, a media boycott of police events has been suspende...
  • Belize's Economy Declined By 1.2% For Last Quarter Of 2016

    Preliminary estimates issued yesterday by the Statistical Institute of Belize (SIB), shows an in-depth look at the Gross Domestic Product for the last quarter of 2016- that is from October to December. During this period figures show that Belize’s econo...
  • Corozal Police Confiscates Nine Pounds Of Marijuana

    This morning, Corozal Police removed a large stash of marijuana that could have possibly ended up on the streets of the northern town. Police say that they searched an abandoned lot in the Altamira Area and found four packages containing a total of 4,1...
  • Middleton Tell Committee They Have Bigger Fish To Fry

    Yesterday the country was introduced to Barton Middleton otherwise popularly known as “Mr. Middleton” when he appeared before the Senate Select Committee hearing. Middleton according to two investigations carried out, the first by the Immigration Depa...
  • Fire In Carmelita Village Is Reported As Arson

    The second fire incident was recorded this afternoon in the Carmelita Village and has been classified as a case of Arson. While information surrounding this latest fire is very minimal what we can tell you is that this pimento structure was set on fire by...