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The San Pedro Sun
Fire in San Pablo Area
The San Pedro Fire Department were quick to respond to a call this morning around 11AM in the San Pablo Area of town. Reports are an electrical fire from a faulty fan was extinguished by the residents at home. Fortunately, the damages were minimal.
Belikin Beer opening retail store in town
Did you know who is moving into town? Belikin Beer is opening shop soon. Can’t wait to check it out.
RefugiArte: The Refugee Crisis Illustrated By Latin American Artists
The San Pedro House of Culture along with The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) hosted the inauguration of the RefuiARTe Photo Exhibition. The exhibition illustrates the Refugee Crisis as portrayed by several Latin American artists including two from Belize. The RefuigARTe exhibition was first launched in December 2018 at Santa Elena to sensitize to the people of Belize about refugees. For people to become more compassionate to their peers that come from a refugee background.
Arts Exhibit And Sports Day Fun - Child Stimulation Month
Child Stimulation Month is in full swing and pre-schools on the island are busy with activties for their students. They have had many activites including hug days, Show and Tell, Story Times, Arts with Grandparents and much, much more. The San Pedro House of Culture held its first ever Pre-School Arts Exhibition on March 13 & 14. Beautiful arts made by pre-schoolers from different schools were on display. Schools also head a fun Sports Day which included awesome games where parents, students and teachers all participated. Here are a few pictures for your entertainment.
Misc Belizean Sources
2019 Spring Equinox Event at Marco Gonzalez
Many people are not aware that an archaeological site is on Ambergris Caye. While there are plenty on the "island", Marco Gonzales stands out. Settled as early as the Preclassic, the site was still occupied well into the Postclassic.
This Sunday March 24th, Marco Gonzales hosts a spring equinox celebration. So if you are on Ambergris Caye, come on out. Even if you're not, come out for the day or weekend and visit a very important coastal trading site for the Ancient Maya.
ROGER MARTINEZ Funeral Service Wednesday
It deeply saddened us to announce the death of ROGER MARTINEZ also known as "Rog", who was born on January 18th, 1972 and passed away on March 14th, 2019.
His funeral will be held on Wednesday, March 20th, 2019 at 1:00 p.m in Caye Caulker.
Paulino's Funeral Service takes this opportunity to send condolences to his family and friends of ROGER MARTINEZ.
Rest In Peace ROG.
You can view the funeral service live right here on Paulino's funeral Service page at 12:55 p.m.
LAUNCH OF A PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT PROJECT
The Government of Belize and the European Union have launched a project aimed at improving the Public Finance Management (PFM) system in Belize. The project commenced on March 6th, 2019 and will run for 36 months until February 2022. This technical assistance project is funded by the European Union under the 11th European Development Fund for a total budget of Euro 1.1 million (BZD $ 2.5 million).
The aim of this project is to assist the Government of Belize, in implementing PFM reforms in core areas where performance has not strengthened significantly as pointed out in the latest Public Expenditure and Financial Transparency Assessment (PEFA).
Presentation of Credentials
This morning at the Belize House, the Governor General of Belize, H.E. Sir Colville Young, received letters of credence from ambassadors and a high commissioner accredited to Belize. The group included H.E. Mr. Viktor Koronelli, Ambassador of the Russian Federation; H.E. Mr. Ezekiel Sabor, Ambassador of the Republic of Argentina; H.E. Mr. Iván Medveczky, Ambassador of the Republic of Hungary; and H.E. Mr. Anton Ojala, High Commissioner of New Zealand.
The ambassadors and high commissioner conveyed on behalf of their respective countries well wishes to the Government and people of Belize and their commitment to ensuring continued peaceful and prosperous diplomatic relations with Belize.
PHAST in Corozal
Today the Belize Red Cross, Corozal Branch went to Methodist School to teach them about what PHAST means. PHAST stands for “Participatory Hygiene and Sanitation Transformation”. The approach is a participatory learning methodology that seeks to empower communities to improve hygiene behaviors, reduce diarrhoeal disease and encourage effective community management of water and sanitation services.
CEMJC Pioneers participating in the cleanup of Corozal Bay
In conjunction with the Ministry of Health and The Belize Red Cross
Exciting day in Orange Walk for the US Embassy!
We handed over dictionaries and books to the Orange Walk district schools, and Acting Deputy Chief of Mission Debbie Lingwood read to the students of the Chan Pine Ridge Government School. Special thanks to the District Education Officer Carla Alvarez and Principal Victor Padron for your warm welcome! Thank you to ALL the students who sang, danced, and joined us for this #ChildStimulationMonth event!
8th Traveling Caribbean Film Showcase
The 8th Traveling Caribbean Film Showcase is in Belize from Thursday March 14th to Thursday, March 28th, 2019. It opened on Thursday, March 14th in Belmopan at UB's Jaguar Auditorium with a tribute screening of Rigoberto Lopez's film FORBIDDEN FLIGHTS in honor of the well known Cuban filmmaker and founder of the Traveling Caribbean Film Showcase who passed away on Jan. 23rd this year. The BELIZE EDITION is screening 15 films (4 feature length fiction films and 11 documentaries) from 9 countries (Belize, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Jamaica, Netherlands, Puerto Rico and Trinidad & Tobago). The films all speak to the social, historic and cultural realties of Caribbean island and mainland countries. Entrance is free. Schools wishing to request a screening can contact [email protected] for more information.
2nd Belize National Research Conference
Hosted by Institute for Social & Cultural Research.
Apr 3 at 8 AM – Apr 4 at 6 PM, University of Belize. Annual conference highlighting scholarly papers under the 2019 theme "Belize’s Security: Strengths, Opportunities and Threats". The conference is designed to promote research in Belize in the areas of economics, scientific, social and technological development, and topics that may contribute to policy formulation and Belize's overall development.
Corozal House of Culture Hosts "Arte con Voz de Mujer" Exhibit with the Sculptures, Carvings and Paintings of Vilma Romero
The National Institute of Culture and History, through the Museum of Belize and the Corozal House of Culture, cordially invites you to the launch of ‘Arte con Voz de Mujer’ Exhibit.
We are delighted to honour the life’s work of multi genre visual artist Mrs. Vilma Romero. The solo exhibit will showcase sculptures, wood carvings and paintings from her private collection. The display will incorporate works from the 1950’s through to current day.
Vilma Romero has several sculptures on permanent public display throughout the country of Belize including Isiah Mortar, the bust of Santiago Ricalde, the bust of Antonio Soberanis and the book worm sculpture at the Leo Bradley Library. At age 80 Vilma continues to create. We look forward to your joining us on Friday, 15th March at 7pm in honour of our Belizean Icon.
Team NICH Wins 2019 La Ruta Maya River Challenge!
The National Institute of Culture and History (NICH) takes this opportunity to congratulate all 61 teams that took part and completed the demanding race. We further applaud the members of our 2019 La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge Team; Efrain, Felix and Hener Cruz for their dedication, skills and talents. The Cruz brothers have once again made us very proud. They serve as role models to us, reinforcing that with proper focus, dedication and teamwork, victory is attainable.
The Great Stars of Russian Ballet
Soloists of the Marinsky, Mikhailvosky and Bolshoi all performing on one stage, featuring Alexander Volchkov, First Dancer of the Bolshoi Ballet of Moscow.
One day ONLY! Sunday March 31st.
Two Shows: 6PM and 8:30PM.
ONLY at The Bliss Center for the Performing Arts.
Get your tickets at the Bliss NOW!
Mason Lawyer Points At Prison
It was a full day in the Belmopan Supreme Court today as the murder trial of Danny Mason and his 4 co-accused continued. The court session set-up was quite the same with Justice Antionette Moore presiding over today's session and DPP Cheryl-Lynn Vidal prosecuting. The only new information coming out of today's session is that Attorney Rachel Montejo will join Attorney Herbert Panton as the other defense attorney. Now, 4 witnesses testified. It started around 11:00 with one witness and continued into the afternoon session with 3 more. Courtney Weatherburne was in Belmopan and gives us an overview of today's proceedings.
"Its 3:00 pm and we are here at the Belmopan Supreme court. It's day 4 in the murder trial of Danny Mason and his 4 alleged accomplices. Now over the past couple days, including today's session we have heard from about 10 prosecution witnesses who have shed light on a number of key details including the kidnapping of Pastors David Dodd and Pastor Wright, and the discovery of Pastor Llewellyn Lucas's head in the pan of Mason's truck".
PUP’s Marconi Got Mauled
Tonight, the PUP's standard bearer for Belize Rural North, Marconi Leal can hardly speak - after he was beaten down on Saturday evening in his home village of Sandhill. It all started with a few choice insults from a UDP political rival. That rival is Damion Garbutt - who had once challenged and lost to Leal in a contest for village council chairman.
Well, on Saturday, at Fa's Supermarket in the village, Garbutt reportedly threw a few words at Leal, who responded the way a public figure never should: with anger and with blows. After that, Garbutt punched him to the ground, and other men jumped in. Leal had to be taken to the hospital, badly beaten and missing a few teeth.
Cops Found 50 Pounds of Cocaine Lying on the Beach
Turning to news out of San Pedro Town, police made a major cocaine bust.
They found 52 pounds of cocaine just lying on the beach on Northern Ambergris Caye - an area famous for its wet drops and cocaine-related killings.
Yesterday afternoon, San Pedro Police and officers of the Gang Suppression Unit went to an area 2 miles north of Boca Del Rio Park, where they found a white crocus sack on the beach with 24 packages inside. Those packages, seen here, were opened, and the officers found they suspect to be cocaine.
Police Commissioner Chester Williams discussed the discovery with the media at press briefing today, and he told us that samples have been sent for testing to confirm it the substance is cocaine:
The Mystery of the Los Lagos Skull
And from that suspected cocaine discovery, we move on to last week's discovery of a human skull in the Los Lagos Community.
As we told you, on Friday, some of the employees from Bacab were clearing an area close to the eco park that had just been burnt due to a bush fire. They came across the skull, and they called police to turn it over.
At today's press briefing, police said that it a post-mortem is pending, and they are hoping for some answers, which will inform them on what leads to pursue:
No other body parts were found in this area.
Cops Don’t Charge Alleged Killer
Toledo resident, Luis Cabrera Jr's alleged killer is out on bail tonight. He is Alexander Ruiz. Ruiz was only charged in relation to the fatal accident that happened after the bar stabbing. Ruiz's passenger, William Garcia was killed in that collision. Police could not say why Ruiz hasn't been charged for Cabrera's murder. Here is more from today's press briefing:
The Rage Of The Ruiz Family
Now Cabrera's family is demanding an explanation from police as to why Ruiz wasn't charged with their loved one's murder. Cabrera's sister expressed the family's discontent today.
Senior Citizen Killed In Traffic Accident
A 63 year old father of 3 was run over and killed last night. The victim is Pablo Hernandez. Hernandez was riding to his Forest Drive home when the driver of this Honda CR-V hit him and drove off, leaving Hernandez for dead at the entrance of Caribbean Chicken. We spoke to an employee of the establishment as well as Hernandez's cousin about this hit and run.
Voice of Caribbean Chicken Employee:
"Well basically what my boss says that he heard a slam on the roadside and he never think it was something like an accident as someone getting hit but he says after a while he saw the police coming around by the entrance and they were surprised to know it was a fatal accident, that someone loss his life and that is basically it, so he said he heard the slam, saw the vehicle driving off hard and that was it."
Will Police Charge Driver?
Police told us what they have so far on this fatal accident. Here is more.
ACP Joseph Myvette - Head, NCIB
"Last night, sometime around 7 p.m., Belmopan Police was called to an area on the Hummingbird Highway inside Belmopan City limits, where upon arrival, they observed the apparent lifeless body of a Hispanic male, later identified as Pablo Hernandez, 63 years Guatemalan of a Las Flores address. Initial investigation reveal that Mr. Hernandez was riding his bicycle northbound, when he was apparently knocked down by a vehicle from behind. The vehicle did not stopped, and [it] was later intercepted by Hattieville police. So, that vehicle is now impounded, and 1 person is in custody pending this investigation."
Bartender Killed In Toledo Hit and Run
There has been another traffic fatality on the Southern Highway near Punta Gorda. This time the victim is a 20 year old. Adriano Choco from Hicatee Village had just left a bar when he was run over by a hit and run drive.r The owner of the bar says he was there, but he wasn't drinking. Here's why she told PGTV:..
"Was this young man visiting your bar?"
Rosaria Pop - Bar Owner, 3 IN 1:
"Well, he visited my bar earlier but he sat with my mother in law, talking with my little brother in law sitting in the kitchen. He didn't have any alcohol."
Police Look For Hit and Run Driver
So while he was not a regular patron at the bar - what do police have on this hit and run driver? Here's what they told us today:
ACP Joseph Myvette - Head, NCIB:
"On Saturday sometime around 11 PM, Punta Gorda police receive information of a fatal traffic accident in Hicatee Village in the Toledo district on the Southern Highway where upon arrival, police observed the lifeless body of a male person later identified as Adriano Choco, 21 years of Hicatee Village. The investigation has shown that Choco has just exited a bar in the area and was walking on the highway when he was knocked down...."
Eligio Family Being Hunted?
2 weeks ago, we told you about the frightening home invasion in Ladyville which left 35 year-old Jeffrey Eligio, injured with a gunshot to the stomach. Masked gunmen barged into his home, shot him, and they then threatened his common-law wife, and 3 of their children.
It was an unexplained incident, and his common-law wife told us then that they don't know why he was targeted specifically.
Well, on last Thursday night, the Eligio Family came under fire from gunmen, and this time, Eligio's 70 year-old mother, was the one got injured.
Who Was “Vato”?
Orange Walk police have finally identified that man from that northern town who was found injured by chop wounds.
As we reported, at around 9 p.m., residents of Guyana Street saw a man they know only as "Vato" walking with a shirt over his head. He suddenly collapsed, and so, they called for police.
Well, cops told us today, that the victim is actually a resident from Caledonia Village:
ACP Joseph Myvette - Head, NCIB:
"Last time we spoke about John Doe not being identified. He has since been identified as Samuel Sanches, 33 of Caledonia Village address and police has since arrested and charge Jose Franco Rivera, 55 years Salvadorian national with the crime of dangerous harm."
Pupa Curly Brings The Beat Back
Pupa Curly has been a trailblazer in Belizean reggae and dancehall music since the late 80's. When his song, "Crack is a Killa" burst unto the scene in 1988, it was a sensation. And more the 30 years later, Curly is still producing music that's conscious with a danceable, contemporary flavour.
The Belizean American based in LA told us what - after almost a decade away from music, he had to come back with a new single, called "Money" which was released on Friday:
The new single "Money" is available on youtube and all streaming platforms.
Vivisecting Visciannie: Bar Assoc. Will Have Public Forum
As we reported, the Bar Association of Belize has gotten the legal opinion on the Belize/Guatemala territorial dispute from regional international law expert, Professor Stephen Vasciannie. But that came out from March first. And three weeks later, the Bar Association will be hosting a public forum to present that Legal Opinion. In a release sent out today it states that forum is "to discuss the legal issues raised in the Opinion with a view to furthering the national education campaign on the territorial dispute. Professor Stephen Vasciannie will be participating via skype". The public forum will be held on this Friday, March 22nd , at the Bliss from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
House of Horrors?
It didn't make it into a very packed newscast on Friday night, but at the start of Friday's House Meeting, the Speaker of the House had a cautionary tale about security of the parliament. We've always taken it for granted but she said the other day - they had a scare which has forced them to implement new procedures:
The new press passes - only policy will go into effect at the next house meeting, which is the Budget Debate on March 25th and 26th.
A 62 year-old man from Duck Run Village, located near Spanish Lookout in the Cayo District, drowned this weekend under unexplained circumstances.
Alvaro Molina went out with his brother on Friday night to look for his nephew who was fishing in the River that passes near their village. But, instead, they the brothers started drinking, and for a brief moment, Molina slipped away - never to be seen alive again. Sometime later, they found his lifeless body in the river.
Here's more from police:
ACP Joseph Myvette - Head, NCIB:
"On Friday night, sometime after 11 p.m., San Ignacio Police was called to the Belize River in the Duck Run area, in an area known as "Mennonite Beach"...
Beggars Turned Macheteros
And in other news out of the Cayo District, police are looking for 2 men who chopped a man simply because they begged him for money, and he refused them.
It happened on Saturday morning, when 28 year Levi Gonzalez was socializing in the Riviera area of Belmopan. He told police that they begged him, and as soon as he refused, one of them pulled out a machete and chopped him for no reason.
Police discussed the case today:
From Putrid “Pisshouse” to Civil Cell Block
At the end of January, Police Corporal Darrell Tutsi Usher made national headlines when he posted pictures of the abominable conditions at the eastern division police station's cell block. It's the country's largest police station - and inside was nothing nice! Well, less than two months later, those repulsive conditions are just a fast fading memory. That's because the police senior command put in major work and money to refurbish the place known as pisshouse. As we found out today, you can't call it that anymore:
Trouble Man Chops on Caye Caulker
And finally tonight, there was one more chopping, but this one happened on the island of Caye Caulker on Thursday evening.
The Brothers, Lee and Julian Rosado, was allegedly chopped by a man who has reportedly caused a lot of trouble for Caye Caulker residents. Police told us today that this man is facing multiple charges, including attempted murder for his latest dispute with the brothers:
Shooting in Belize City
An elderly man in his early sixties was shot while in Belize City tonight. We are told that the incident occurred on Partridge Street during a power outage. The man received a gunshot wound to the abdomen and was rushed to the KHMh where he remains in a critical condition.
23 Kilos of Suspected Cocaine Found In Ambergris Caye
A significant drug discovery was made on La Isla Bonita on Sunday morning. Twenty-three kilos of suspected cocaine were found two miles north of the Boca Del Rio Park, which [...]
Fellow Trounces Marconi Leal in Fist Fight in Rural North
An exchange of blows over the weekend in Sandhill Village has left an aspiring politician recovering from injuries he received to the face and other parts of the body. People’s [...]
One person detained for stolen monies that belong to Institute of Archaeology
There’s a report of a robbery in the west where an undisclosed amount of money is missing from the Institute of Archaeology. From what we have gathered, an employee reportedly [...]
Alexander Ruiz charged for William Garcia’s death in motorcycle accident; no charges yet for murder of Luis Cabrera
Tonight police say that Alexander Ruiz is out on bail for the accident that claimed William Garcia’s life last Wednesday night – but Ruiz is also the alleged killer who [...]
John Doe in OW is identified; one man charged for his attack
Over a week ago a man was badly beaten and left for dead in Orange Walk Town. At the time police didn’t know who he was because he didn’t have [...]
Queen Street Police Detention Centre Renovated
Commissioner of Police Chester Williams and the police department came under fire in January when pictures surfaced on social media of the horrible and filthy state of the detention centre. [...]
Nectali Ico Says Vital Stats Lost His Information
The Elections and Boundaries Department will be distributing voters I.D. cards in more than one hundred and sixty villages countrywide. The I.D.s distributed will be for persons whose applications were [...]
PUP Leader Slams Vital Stats
Also speaking on the issue was Opposition Leader, John Briceño, who on Friday, during the Sitting of the House of Representatives, criticized severely the Vital Statistics Unit. Briceño questioned the [...]
Tony Rath on ICJ ‘Propaganda’
With twenty-three days to go until the I.C.J. referendum on April tenth, it is expected that opposing campaigns will ramp up their efforts to sway people to vote a particular [...]
Valentino Shal Calls Out CDS for Its Funding
Like Tony Rath, Consultant Valentino Shal is also undecided. Shal, after reading the legal opinions, believes that Belize has a strong case but there are still risks. On Open Your [...]
ICJ Referendum Campaign: More Confusion than Education?
Joining Tony Rath and Valentino Shal on Open Your Eyes was former Marketing Manager Trudy Joseph Swaso who has been very vocal on the topic on social media. Also an [...]
Belize Peace Movements Wants Teachers to Monitor ICJ Referendum
The Belize Peace Movement is a strong proponent of the “No to the I.C.J.” taking its campaign as much as possible across the country. So when it was not invited [...]
Caracol Road Expenditure is Questioned by Opposition
For the umpteenth time, the government is seeking funding for the Caracol Road. During Friday’s budget presentation, Prime Minister Barrow sought money for the Caracol Road in western Belize. This [...]
What’s the Cost of the Soon-to-be-built Coastal Road
Like the Caracol Road, the opposition is also wary of the cost and funding of the Coastal Road. At the end of October 2018, P.M. Barrow informed the nation via [...]
PM Defends Cost of Building Coastal Road
Notwithstanding objections from the other side of the house, Prime Minister Barrow explained the source of funding, as well as the process of arriving at the estimated cost of building [...]
62-year-old drowns in Belize River
A sixty-two-year-old market vendor out west drowned in the Belize River on Friday night sometime after eleven. of Duck Run Village and his brother went in search of his nephew [...]
One man dies in accident on southern highway
On the heels of a fatal traffic accident on Wednesday night, another person has lost his life on the Southern Highway. Police say Adrian Choco was knocked down and killed [...]
Fatal RTA on Hummingbird Highway claims one life
Another person lost his life over the weekend, this time it was on the Hummingbird Highway. Police say that a senior citizen was knocked down within Belmopan City limits on [...]
A chopping in Belmopan has left one man hospitalized
And keeping the news in Belmopan – one man received a large chop wound to the head after two persons attacked him over the weekend. Police were called out to [...]
Woman shot two weeks after attempt on son’s life
An elderly woman was shot inside her house on Thursday night just after ten. The incident happened on Marage Road in Ladyville near Compassion Lane. Margaret Elijio and her family [...]
Two persons chopped up in Caye Caulker; one man charged
One man remains hospitalized following a vicious chopping incident in Caye Caulker last Thursday. Police say two persons were attacked by a man who claims to be mentally ill – [...]
Belize’s 2019 Conch Season in Danger of Premature Closure
In Belize, like elsewhere in the Caribbean, the queen conch is under threat due to over fishing. If you are a seafood lover, you will know that the queen conch [...]
Belizean Artist Music Featured on Fox PPV
American Professional boxer, Mikey Garcia, was defeated over the weekend by Errol “The Truth” Spence Junior in an I.B.F. World Welterweight Championship fight in the US. The news tonight is [...]
International Day of Forests celebrated with tree planting ceremony at UB Belmopan Campus
The Ministry of Forestry celebrated the International Day of Forests with a tree planting ceremony today in Belmopan. Minister Omar Figueroa and staff from the Forestry Department gathered at U.B. [...]
Weekend in Sports with James Adderley
Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. [Highlights of the weekend sporting activities...]
Humane Conditions At The Old ‘[#%!] House’ Now – Newly Renovated
Today was a big day not only for the Police, but for the community as the newly renovated Queen Street detention area was officially opened.
Viewers will recall the terrible scenes of filth and horrific photos which were leaked recently, causing somewhat of a public outcry. Well, the infamous ‘[#%!] house’ is no more, as media personnel and invited guests found out this afternoon.
Volleyball 2019 In Belize Is Getting Real Competitive
This past weekend tournaments was a display of improvements in the sport of Volleyball in Belize, and a display of ‘Stepping Up To Another Level’.
Here Are The Results Of Sundays Tournaments
Kelsey Balderamos and Sherika Burton defeated Ayah Safa and Mya Musa to win Belize Volleyball Association’s 2019 Female Beach Volleyball Tour Stop #1 held at Marion Jones Sports Complex in Belize City, Belize on March 17, 2019.
Police Move Apprx. 25 Kilos Of Cocaine To Safe Location
This morning March 18th., Police transported the suspected cocaine found in San Pedro yesterday to Belize City.
As you can see in the background of this brief amateur video, a pickup pulled into the water-taxi parking lot, and under heavy security loaded up the 20 parcels, amounting to 23.85 Kilos.
Alexander Ruiz, charged of Manslaughter by Negligence
The Reporter has confirmed that Alexander Ruiz, 37, was arraigned this morning in the PG Magistrate’s Court on charges of Manslaughter by Negligence, Causing Death by Careless Conduct and Driving Without Due Care and Attention.
Breaking Belize News
Vegan resort in Corozal gets international recognition
Vegan News, an international publication published a travel writing piece this week featuring Serenity Retreats Belize, […]
Truck knocks down BEL posts in Santa Elena leaving live electrical wires on ground and scaring neighbors
Live electrical wires are currently on the ground on Peter August, Lily and Orchid Streets in […]
Senate Select Committee Chairman speaks about pending report
The Senate Special Select Committee is hoping to have a final draft of its report […]
Belize Peace Movement requests that BNTU be added as monitor for referendum
The Belize Peace Movement (BPM) today sent a letter to Chief Elections officer, Josephine Tamai […]
ICJ Fair coming to Santa Elena Town
Belizeans are gearing up to participate in a historic national referendum to decide whether or […]
Belize and the ICJ: What When Why and How
By Assad Shoman,
A column by Citizens for the Defence of Sovereignty (CDS)]
The International Court of Justice, ICJ, was established as the legal organ of the United Nations after World War II in 1945, and the UN Charter states (Art. 94): “If any party to a case fails to perform the obligations incumbent upon it under a judgement rendered by the Court […]
GOB and European Union launch project to improve public finance management in Belize
The Government of Belize and the European Union have launched a project aimed at improving […]
Belize to improve sustainable production of shrimp with Caribbean support
The Compete Caribbean Facility and the Belize Shrimp Growers Association are partnering to improve sustainable […]
Ambassadors and a High Commissioner present credentials to Governor General
This morning, the Governor General of Belize, Colville Young received letters of credence from ambassadors […]
Man killed in fatal traffic accident
A traffic accident claimed the life of a man last night. According to reports, Pablo […]
Over $10,000 cash stolen from NICH park manager
Reports to BBN is that the home of a park manager from Benque Viejo del […]
Fair weather to continue
The 24-hour forecast is for mostly fair weather to continue. Sunny skies with some cloudy […]
Martin Galvez, Former Mayor of San Ignacio/Santa Elena Passes Away
The United Democratic Party (UDP) is today mourning the death of former mayor of San […]