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...

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 ...

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    Tuesday, 07 August 2018 02:14
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  • Will Parliament Vote For or Against $90 Million Dollars Payment To Belize Bank

    Cabinet met today for a regular session, but on the agenda for discussion was anything but an extraordinary matter. The main topic was the $89 million dollars which the Caribbean Court of Justice ordered the Barrow Administration to pay to the Belize Bank...
  • Farmer Charged For Drug Trafficking

    Fifty eight year old Salvadoran farmer and resident of Fire Burn Village, Guillermo Garcia, was arrested over the weekend by authorities and was formally charged with two drug offenses. Official reports indicate that on early Friday morning sometime after...
  • P.M Returns To Belize Dodges The Media

    Prime Minister Dean Barrow returned to the country today after traveling to Houston. He arrived at 12:05 at the PGIA but while some media houses line up waiting to ask him what his plans are in regards to the controversial 90 million dollars payment to th...
  • Taxi Driver Pleads Guilty To Drug Trafficking

    Three men were charged and appeared in Court this morning for drug trafficking after Police discovered almost eight pounds of marijuana inside the taxi vehicle they were travelling in, in Patchakan Village on Saturday November 25th. 21 year old Ian Mossi...
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    Guatemala has changed the date on which it will hold a Referendum on whether to take their claim of Belize’s entire territory before the International Court of Justice to adjudicate. In mid-October Guatemala’s Supreme Electoral Tribunal announced t...
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  • No Arrests Made In Orange Walk Latest Murder

    Tonight, almost one week after thirty seven year old businessman Amit Moryani was shot and killed in front of his business establishment during an armed robbery, authorities are yet to make an arrest in this case. As we had previously reported Moryani w...
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    The other incident addressed by authorities in Belize City is the home invasion which occurred in Ranchito Village in the wee hours of Monday October 30th. U.S. nationals Michael and Janet McGhee who moved to Belize to live in Ranchito six years ago, woke...
  • Police Recover Items From Mondays' Brazen Robbery In Corozal Town But No Suspects Yet

    There has been a spate of criminal activity recently in the Corozal District over the past two weeks. Today the Police authorities provided updates on their investigations into each incident. We will start with the most recent, being the brazen dayl...
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    Caye Caulker resident, Jacob Emmanuel Cabral was fined $2,000 when he appeared before Magistrate Jannelle Villanueva yesterday in San Pedro Town for “Unlawful Possession of Forest Produce”.  Cabral was ordered to pay the fine by March 30th, 2018 ...
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    Many countries here in the Caribbean today continue in their effort to return to normalcy after having been severely affected by hurricanes Irma and Maria in August and September of this year. One such country is the British Virgin Islands who have ...
  • Fuel Prices To Increase Instead Of Decrease As Promised By PM

    We also checked with the Financial Secretary about the anticipated lower fuel prices, which had been promised by Prime Minister Dean Barrow in early October. According to Waight, while a dip is expected in the price of Premium with the incoming shipment, ...