Burglars Target Homes In Ranchito Village

Corozal residents and especially home owners are advised to be alert and cautious as there has been ...

Two Men Detained For Armed Robbery At Bakery's Warehouse

Two men are tonight detained at the Orange Walk Police station for questioning in Friday night’s arm...

Two Drivers In Corozal Highway Accident Served With Notices Of Intended Prosecution

Corozal Police has served notices of intended prosecution to two drivers who were involved in a seri...

Belizean Sentenced In The US

Back in May of this year we told you about Rudolph Randolph Meighan, the Belizean national who was c...

Date Set For UDP Convention To Elect New Leader

The United Democratic Party has set Sunday February 9th 2020 as the date for their national conventi...

  • Burglars Target Homes In Ranchito Village

    Wednesday, 14 August 2019 02:04
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    Wednesday, 14 August 2019 02:07
  • Two Drivers In Corozal Highway Accident Served With Notices Of Intended Prosecution

    Wednesday, 14 August 2019 02:08
  • Belizean Sentenced In The US

    Wednesday, 14 August 2019 02:11
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  • Orange Walkenos Arrested For Drug Trafficking

    Two Orange Walkenos have been arrested and charged by police for the crime of ‘Drug Trafficking’ following a search that was conducted over the weekend. Shortly after 5:30 on Friday morning, police visited the home of twenty-eight-year-old Robert Bruc...
  • Price for Premuin Goes Up..Regular Decreases

    Over the past two weeks the Government of Belize has promised Belizeans marked reductions in the price of fuel at the pumps following nine consecutive price increases in fuel prices since the beginning of the year.     Over the weekend Belizeans exp...
  • New O.C. To Take Over Corozal Police...Why so Fast?

    As we reported, P.C. Cob was due for a transfer to the Punta Gorda Town Police Formation. The transfer of officers is a regular occurrence, and normally comes any time after serving two years at a municipality. But there will be more transfers from Coroza...
  • San Narciso Businessman Believed To Be Kidnapped

    There is very disturbing news to report tonight involving the reported kidnapping of a businessman from San Narciso Village in the Corozal District. The family of 43 year old Omero Campos believes that he was abducted by a group of criminals on Sund...
  • Opposition Leader Calls On GOB To Keep Insisting On Guatemala On Agreement

    In light of the age-old territorial, insular and maritime dispute between Belize and neighbouring country Guatemala, we have reported on numerous cases involving confrontations along the Sarstoon River as members of the Guatemalan Armed Forces have remain...
  • CSCPA Lashes Out At Santander

    The release of white sugar in the local market by the multinational Spanish company, Santander, has thrown the local sugar industry into a frenzy. Since we broke the news of the presence of Santander sugar on the local market a few weeks ago, the concern ...
  • Minister Elrington Represents Belize In Joint Council Of Ministers

    Hon. Wilfred Elrington led a Belizean delegation to the 43rd session of the Joint Council of Minister of the African, Caribbean, and Pacific Group of States (ACP) and the European Union (EU) in Lomé, Togo, consisting of Ambassador of Belize to the EU, H....
  • Did Suspected Drug Plane Refuel in Belize?

    On Friday morning Belizeans were awoken by the news that another drug plane had landed in the North of the Jewel. Since the report was never corroborated by authorities it was swept under the rug and simply remained as a rumour. That is until Saturday...
  • Police Finds Courts' Robbery Escape Vehicle, Seeks Suspects

    Corozal Police are searching for at least three suspects who planned and executed a daring robbery of the Courts Belize store employees and a customer in Corozal Town on Friday June 1st evening. Around 4:15pm, two men barged into the Courts merchandise...
  • SIB Issues Figures ON Consumer Price Index

    The Statistical Institute of Belize (SIB) issued its latest figures on consumer prices index for the month of April 2018 which reflects that the cost of living saw a decrease falling from 105.3 to 104.3 marking a difference of 0.5 percent in comparison to...
  • Be On Alert For Wanna Be GST Officers

    Today the Department of General Sales Tax (DGST) issued a public notice alerting that the department has received reports of an individual or individuals who are deceiving the public by pretending to be GST officers. The department emphasized that when in...
  • PM Travels Abroad

    Last week Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Dean Barrow announced during his press conference that his health condition regarding his back ailment has aggravated… meaning that he is now required to conduct a surgery or receive stem cell treatment. While the PM h...
  • CNTMP Launched In Belize

    Today the Government of Belize launched its first Comprehensive National Transportation Master Plan (CNTMP) as part of its pledge to deliver a well-organized, sustainable and climate-resilient transportation sector. The aim of the CNTMP is to serve as Bel...
  • 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 ...