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 Coroz...

Belizeans Caught Fishing Illegally In Guatemalan Waters

Reports coming from Guatemalan media “Guatevision” indicates that two Belizean citizens along with a...

BTB Offers Scholarships For Tourism Programs

The Belize Tourism Board is offering scholarship opportunities to interested applicants for Tourism ...

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    Wednesday, 18 April 2018 03:03
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  • Memorandum Signed Between Ministry Of Transport And Mexican Ambassador

    Back in February of this year, Minister of Transport and National Emergency Management, Hon. Edmund Castro, met with Mexico’s Ambassador to Belize, H.E. Carlos Quesnel Melendez, to discuss and establish opportunities regarding cross-border operations be...
  • Cane Farmers To Receive Third Payment On November 6th

    There is good news coming out of the Sugar Industry tonight. A release issued by the Belize Sugar Industries Limited confirms that the average final price for the ton of cane for the 2016/2017 crop season is estimated at $64.00, which includes payment for...
  • PUP Files Senate Motion For Belize To Claim Full Maritime Area

    The Opposition People’s United Party has filed a motion in the Senate, seeking to pass amendments to the Maritime Areas Act to set a defined boundary to the maritime area in the south that belongs to Belize. Opposition Leader John Briceno has for some t...
  • Pesero Committs Suicide

    Just before midnight on Saturday October 28th Corozal Police were called to a residence along Olga Marin Drive in Corozal Town where the body of a well-known pesero was discovered dead by family members.   The circumstances behind the incident are no...
  • Corozal PUP Seven Team Empowers The Youths

    And on Friday, the same PUP office was the venue for a graduation ceremony held for participants in a nail design and cake decorating training organised by Dilan Cassanova with support of the PUP Town Council team. According to Cassanova, while the partic...
  • Sale And Consumption Of Soft Drinks Prohibited At All MOH Facilities

    A memorandum issued earlier this month by the Director of Health Services in the Ministry of Health announces a new policy implemented by the Ministry to band unhealthy foods, including Soft drinks from all Ministry of Health facilities. According to th...
  • Diesel Reduces By 13 Cents

    At the stroke of midnight on Saturday October 28th, fuel pumps across the country saw a change in prices when it comes to the cost of diesel, which saw a marked decrease of thirteen cents… pushing the price from nine dollars and seventy one cents down t...
  • Plan In Place To Protect Corozal Peseros

    On Thursday’s newscast we reported on the attempted robbery of a pesero in Corozal Town. Jose Sanchez was preparing to leave his home located in the in the Altamira area of Corozal Town when two men armed with weapons ambushed him. The men who wer...
  • Electric Shock Victim Identified

    Tonight the individual who was electrocuted on the night of Wednesday October 25th in the village of August Pine Ridge here in the Orange Walk District has been identified as nineteen year old Elias Francisco Teul of Bella Vista Village located in the Tol...
  • PUP Mayoral Candidate Asks For Disclosure Of Street Works Contract

    You heard PUP Corozal Town Mayoral Candidate Rigo Vellos call on the outgoing Corozal Town Mayor Hilberto Campos and the Town Council to stop granting contracts to Imer Hernandez Development Company Limited for street works in that municipality. Vellos sa...
  • Sugar Exports From ACP Countries Into Europe Will Decrease Says Belize's Ambassador To The EU

    A report issued earlier this week in the Jamaican Newspaper “The Gleaner” indicates that the Belize Ambassador to the European Union, Dylan Vernon, is predicting that sugar exports from the African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries into Europe wil...
  • UDP Ministers Derail PAC Meeting With Absence

    On October 12th, a meeting of the Public Accounts Committee, scheduled to review the Auditor General’s most recent audit of the Government’s finances, for the fiscal year 2012-2013, was called off when the Committee learned that the Auditor General wa...
  • Decriminalization Of Marijuana Draws Heated Debate At Senate Meeting

    The proposed decriminalisation of marijuana legislation went before the Senate yesterday, attracting heavy discussion and debate. Lines were drawn by Senators based on scientific, religious and moral positions and it all made for interesting news. Here ar...
  • Electrocuted Victim Remains Unidentified.

    Yesterday a man lost his life after he got electrocuted while in the Village of August Pine Ridge in the Orange Walk District. Today our news team visited the village to find out more about the circumstances behind the accident but what we found was mo...
  • Senators Raise Questions On $12M Loan For Haulover Bridge

    Last Friday the Government majority in the House of Representatives rushed through a bill for a U.S. $12m loan from the OPEC Fund as partial financing for the replacement of the Haulover Bridge at the entrance to Belize City. When the Opposition Leader Jo...
  • Price Of Goods Continue To Spike

    The Statistical Institute of Belize issued its most recent figures on consumer prices and external trade for Belize throughout the month of September. We begin by taking a look at the statistics for Consumer Price Index (CPI) which illustrates that in com...
  • Another Suspect Questioned For Robbery At Tans Store

    Last week we reported that Orange Walk Police detained one individual for questioning in connection to an armed robbery which occurred on the night of Wednesday October 18th in the Black Water Creek area of Trial Farm Village. But while there was no evide...
  • Will Former Police Press Officer Be Punished For Speaking Out?

    Yesterday the Police high command caved in to the media’s demands for a constant stream of information to be able to keep the public informed. This after an almost two-week media boycott of their events triggered by the Police’s refusal to pass inform...
  • Patchakan Water And Paraiso Village Council Receive Needed Assistance

    Today the Minister of Local Government Hugo Patt handed over 15 hundred feet of pipes, saddles and other equipment’s to the water board of Patchakan in the Corozal District while a riding mower was handed over to the Paraiso Village Council. The donatio...
  • Report Shows HIV Infections High Among Women

    With the overwhelming amount of crime and corruption currently stifling our country, residents often times forget some of the other issues that are affecting our population for example the existing battle with HIV and AIDS. Today the Ministry of Health...