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Belize Considers Sending Troops to Haiti Amid UN Approval

The matter of Belize sending troops to Haiti will be tabled at the next Cabinet
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Multi-Agency Crime Forum Discusses Smart Policing and Police Restructuring

The multi-agency Crime Forum took place today in Belmopan at the University of Belize.  The
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Government Commits to Regular Meetings with Belize Chamber of Commerce

The government has recommitted to meeting regularly with the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry
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Ministry of Transport to begin reminding bus operators of standards

The Ministry of Transport is sending a stern message to bus operators that come December
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Applications for PUP municipal positions overwhelming says party chairman

The People’s United Party has confirmed its nine slates for the 2024 municipals.  With the
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Rodwell Ferguson Holds Weekly Mobile Clinics for Constituents

Stann Creek West Area Representative, Rodwell Ferguson, is holding weekly mobile clinics in his constituency
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Youth Services Department Seeks New Director After Resignation Amid Academic

The Department of Youth Services (DYS) is without a leader after the organization’s former boss,
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Senate Special Select Committee to Hold Public Hearings on Portico

The Senate Special Select Committee established to investigate the Portico Definitive Agreement will begin holding
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Land Dispute Erupts in Hopkins Village Over Beach Access

Another land dispute is brewing in the south, this time in Hopkins Village.  Residents are
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Belize Chamber of Commerce Celebrates Successful September

The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry is celebrating what it says was a very
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Two Men Arrested and Charged in Connection with Orel Leslie’s

Two men are behind bars awaiting trial for the murder of businessman, 34-year-old, Orel Leslie. 
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Honduran National Fined for Crack Cocaine Possession

A Honduran national was fined today for possession of crack cocaine. Forty-seven-year-old, Raul Suazo appeared
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Belize City Woman Charged with Attacking Sister, Released on Bail

A Belize City woman is out on bail after being charged for attacking her own
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Honduran Asylum Seeker Accused of Assault with a Machete Granted

A Honduran man who came to Belize seeking asylum is accused of assaulting a man
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Three Men Found Not Guilty in Handling Stolen Goods Case

Three men accused of having a police officer’s stolen laptop were found not guilty in
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Investigation Launched into Alleged Excessive Force by Traffic Officers

The Ministry of Transportation has launched an investigation into an incident involving two traffic officers
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Toledo Police Officers Honored for Exemplary Service

The Belize Police Department held a special ceremony today to honor officers from the Toledo
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New Competency-Based Curriculum Shifts Focus in Education

Traditionally, schools have scored students’ performance using a points-based system with an assigned letter grade.
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Students March in Dangriga to Raise Awareness of Social Issues

Students from primary, secondary, and tertiary level schools took to the streets of Dangriga today,
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