Austin Sutherland Remanded For Burglary And Harm

There are significant updates in relation to the reports of burglaries reported in yesterday’s newsc...

Tattooed Burglars Caught In Corozal Town

Meanwhile the two tattooed burglars who broke into Horizon stationary store on Tuesday morning on 7t...

Auditor's General Report Cites Irregularities In Government Finances For Year 2014/2015

There will be a meeting of the House of Representatives this Friday and while the complete list of i...

Chairman of PAC Speaks On Auditor General's Report

While there is more in the report, today we sought comments from Hon. Julius Espat, the Chairman of ...

Canikas Is Back In Police Custody..He is Captured In Orange Walk

Just before five o’clock this evening wanted fugitive Juan Carlos Quintero also known as “Canikas” w...

  • Austin Sutherland Remanded For Burglary And Harm

    Thursday, 20 June 2019 02:39
  • Tattooed Burglars Caught In Corozal Town

    Thursday, 20 June 2019 02:43
  • Auditor's General Report Cites Irregularities In Government Finances For Year 2014/2015

    Thursday, 20 June 2019 02:46
  • Chairman of PAC Speaks On Auditor General's Report

    Thursday, 20 June 2019 02:50
  • Canikas Is Back In Police Custody..He is Captured In Orange Walk

    Friday, 21 June 2019 02:42

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  • Domestic Exports Decline In 2017

    Last night we told you about the December 2017 Consumer Price Index figures released by the Statistical Institute of Belize which show that the cost of living remained high. Tonight we bring to you the import and export figures for the last month of 2017....
  • PM Says It Is not Likely That US Would Cut Aid

    In Wednesday’s newscast, we showed you the chilling remarks by U.S. President Donald Trump at his annual State of the Union in which he declared that those countries who did not support their decision to move their Embassy to Jerusalem are considered en...
  • PM Says Municipal election Results Won't Dictate His Exit From Politics

    Political analysts believe that the results of the municipal elections will be a sort of barometer for the Barrow Administration and in particular the leadership of Prime Minister Barrow. Having won three terms since 2008, despite the many scandals that h...
  • PM Barrow Weighs In The Upcoming Municipal Election

    Prime Minister Barrow also discussed what he believes are his party’s very good chances of holding on to the majority of the municipal Governments in the March 7th elections. At present, the UDP controls 62 seats of the 67 that make of the municipal ele...
  • Undocumented Belizean Living In The US Attends President Trump's First State Of The Nations Address

    Denea Joseph, an undocumented Belizean living in the United States of America has been invited by US Senator, Kamala Harris, to attend US President Donald Trump’s first state of the Union address tonight. Joseph who is a Belizean by birth, grew up in Lo...
  • IDB General Manager Meets With PM Barrow

    A special meeting was held yesterday in the country’s capital where Veronica Zavala, the new General Manager of the Inter-American Development Bank’s department for Central America, Haiti, Mexico, Panama and the Dominican Republic, met with Prime Mini...
  • Police Charge Driver In San Narciso Fatal Traffic Collision

    Thirty five year old Gerardo Silvestre Chable, a teacher from Escuela Secundaria Tecnica Mexico, appeared before the Magistrate’s Court yesterday and was arraigned on charges of Manslaughter by Negligence, Causing Death by Careless Conduct, Driving a mo...
  • Fisherman Charged for Being In Possession Of Underside Lobster

    A fisherman of Chunox Village, was fined a total of $3,480 today by Senior Magistrate Aretha Ford after he pled guilty to 4 fisheries offences. Nineteen year old Jorge Cassanova, was fined $250 plus $5 court cost for each of the following offences: Posses...
  • Jahmar Receives Much Needed MRI

    Jahmar Ferguson, the seven year old student and resident of Trial Farm Village, who was struck on the head with a blunt object three weeks ago on Monday January 1st, is still recuperating from his injury at a steady pace. As we have been reporting over th...
  • Pablo Marin's Jade Head Project Raised Eyebrows

    Two weeks ago we told you about the construction taking place along a roundabout near the Santa Rita area of Corozal Town. As we reported, the project isn’t one being carried out by the Town Council, but rather by Area Representative Pablo Marin. We hav...
  • Opposition Calls On GOB To Assist Farmers And Fix Sugar Roads

    Last week we reported on the outcry of the onion and potato farmers in northern Belize about the needed market conditions for the harvest they are preparing to reap in the next few weeks. On a yearly basis, these farmers struggle to sell their produce bec...
  • Ministry Of Defense Refutes Allegations Made By Guatemalan Journalist

    Yesterday we reported on the allegations made by the Guatemalan news outlet “Prensa Libre” accusing Belizean officials of physically assaulting one of their journalists inside the adjacency zone.   As we reported, Rigoberto Escobar Lopez, correspo...
  • Maya Cement Truckers Still On Strike

    There is still no resolution tonight to the deadlock between over a dozen truckers that belong to the Northern Cement Truckers Association and who transport Maya cement loads through the border and the Mexican company CEMEX who hires them. The truckers...
  • GOB Mums About Guatemalan Authorities Entering Belizean Territory

    “We are following up”…that’s the only response so far on the matter from an official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. CEO Patrick Andrews, who is away on official business, responded to questions of the Guatemalan military presence in Belize, ...
  • Why Did Guatemala Trio Military Walked Through Benque Border

    A short video recording showing Guatemalan military officials walking through the Belizean border facility like window-shopping customers, has been leaked to the media and has created a stir among Belizeans. The walk-thru happened on the night of Tuesd...
  • Prime Minister On Medical Check Up Leave

    Prime Minister Dean Barrow departed the country today for a follow-up medical consultative appointment relating to his back ailment.   During the Prime Minister’s absence, the Hon. Patrick Faber, Deputy Prime Minister, will act as Prime Minister...
  • The Wanted Fugitive, Dr. Errol Elrington Still At Large

    In December we told you about an extradition request made by United States authorities for Attorney at Law Andrew Bennett. On January 11th, the Foreign Minister Sedi Elrington signed as the authority for the process to start here in Belize, which means th...
  • Taiwanese National Injured During Traffic Mishap

    A Taiwanese national who resides here in Orange Walk Town is lucky to be alive tonight after he was involved in an accident earlier this morning. Reports coming from the Police Department indicate that at about 9:00 a.m., 80 year old Ting Tsai Hsu was dri...
  • Opposition Leader Bring Crime To Light At The House

    Before you think that the exchange of political invectives was all there was at Friday’s House sitting, there were other matters raised in the adjournment. Opposition Leader raised the issue of the spiralling level of crime, and it was followed by an im...
  • No Internet Access At High School In The South

    On Friday we told you about the Loan Guarantee Motion that sparked feverish debate at the House of Representatives meeting. The sovereign guarantee is for a loan by BTL for U.S. $17.5 million with Taiwan’s International Cooperation and Development Fund....