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Elderly woman conned out of her cell phone

Imagine a nearly ninety-year-old grandmother being robbed while she was just trying to lend a
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Santa Cruz Village Police Detain Bullies Caught on Video

Police in Santa Cruz Village, Stann Creek District rounded up a group of boys caught
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Wildfire Crisis in Southern Belize Eases as Rains Arrive

The wildfire crisis in southern Belize has finally begun to subside. After weeks of battling
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Environmentalists Urge Ban on Slash-and-Burn Amid Wildfire Crisis

Several environmentalists and farmers from southern Belize have called for the government to ban the
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NEMO distributing relief to families affected by wildfires

The start of the rainy season was welcome news to residents in the Cayo and
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Prime Minister Clarifies Miscommunication on Wildfire Relief Fund

As a clarification to the dollar figures mentioned in the last House Meeting, Prime Minister
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Government Sets July 17 for Toledo East Bi-Elections Following Honorable

The election of a new Area Representative for Toledo East is imminent since the passing
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Tehje Vaughan Avoids Prison Time, Ordered to Pay $15,000 for

Tehje Vaughan will not be serving time in prison for the death of 30-year-old, Charles
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Government and Unions Sign Delayed Collective Bargaining Agreement at House

Prime Minister John Briceno made an appearance today at the House of Culture as the
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Details Emerge in Doris Grant’s Multi-Million-Dollar Land Fraud Scheme in

Tonight, more details about alleged fraudster Doris Grant’s multi-million-dollar land scheme are emerging. As we’ve
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Police Officers Denied Free Medical Care at KHMH, Forced to

Police officers are reportedly having trouble accessing free medical attention at public hospitals.  Love News
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Commission of Inquiry Meets with Minister Mai, Visits BSI/ASR Factory

The Commission of Inquiry that has been mandated to look into the sugar industry had
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Police Crack Down on Gangs in San Ignacio Following Local

The government has ordered a crackdown on all gang elements operating in San Ignacio and
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Bar Association Demands Belize Central Prison Address Inmate Rights Violations

The Bar Association of Belize is calling on the Belize Central Prison to address the
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Man Sentenced to One Year in Prison for Assaulting Stepson

It sparked national outrage in late May when a man in his thirties was caught
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Government Orders Review of Security Protocols at Public Health Facilities

The Ministries of Health and Wellness and Home Affairs have been tasked to assess security
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Belize Peace Movement Continues to Oppose Representation of the Peoples

The Belize Peace Movement continues its rejection of the Representation of the Peoples Bill.  The
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Belize Police Department Looking to Establish Fraud Unit Amid Rising

As the SCU monitors shelf prices and sugar supply, the Police is looking to pay
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Police Officer Charged with Rape After Coercing Woman for Release

Tonight, a police officer is behind bars after he allegedly coerced a woman into having
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Increased Police Presence in Santa Elena/San Ignacio Amid Rise in

Police in Santa Elena/San Ignacio have placed more boots on the ground and increased patrols
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Youth Ambassadors Program Launches Podcast to Tackle Social Issues Affecting

Alumni of the Love Foundation’s Youth Ambassadors Program will be launching a podcast, giving young
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National Met Service Predicts Increased Moisture Tonight Amid Prolonged Dry

The National Met Service is calling for an increase in moisture tonight.  It is a
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Officials Assess Fire Damage in the South; Press Conference Highlights

As we await the rain, officials have been conducting regular assessments in the fire-affected areas,
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Health Officials Prepare for Water Contamination Risks Post-Wildfires

As the fires slowly subside and as the high temperatures are expected to be eased
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Emergency Preparedness in Question Amid Fire Response Shortcomings

Today’s press conference with the emergency players highlighted the level of preparedness that was displayed
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Wildfires Cause Economic Strain on Conservation Efforts in Western Belize

Finally, for this segment’s coverage of the fires, as the residents in the west and
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Murder Suspects Set Free as High Court Upholds No-Case Submission

Camryn Lozano and Albert Gill who were on trial for murder, were set free today
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CEO Osmond Martinez Resigns from Ministry of Economic Development; Carlos

Chief Executive Officer Osmond Martinez had taken leave from the Ministry of Economic Development on
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Benque Marching Band Faces Court Battle Over Noise Pollution Claims

Bandfest 2024 is a few weeks away and as bands perfect their performance for the
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Belize Peace Movement Criticizes Opposition’s Redistricting Stance as Inadequate

The Belize Peace Movement (BPM) has doubled down on labeling the opposition’s stance on the
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People’s National Party Praises Shyne Barrow’s Support for Redistricting Efforts

While the Belize Peace Movement has labelled the opposition leader’s support for redistricting as weak,
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Corozal Beekeepers Targeted in $2,000 Honey and Beeswax Heist

A bee-farming family in the Corozal District became the victim of a break-in this week.
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Belize Launches ‘Support Sports BZ’ App to Boost Funding for

In recognizing that there were deficiencies and gaps in Belize’s sports sector, Minister Rodwell Ferguson
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Shock and Sorrow in Fresh Pond Village: Beloved Shop Owner

Tonight, a family in Fresh Pond Village, Belize District is in a state of shock
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Devastating Wildfires in Toledo Affect Hundreds of Farmers Amid Ongoing

Come Thursday, most of the south will begin seeing some rains right through to the
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Benque Resident Files Nuisance Complaint Against Local Marching Band

With Belize’s Bandfest less than a month away, marching bands across the country are practicing
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Hemp Industry Revival: Government Allocates Budget and Holds Key Committee

Indications are that the government portfolio for new growth industries is being resuscitated as a
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David Gegg Declares Errors in Senate Testimony on Portico Agreement

In a curious turn of events surrounding Portico’s Definitive Agreement Businessman David Gegg has declared
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Belize Peace Movement Threatens Legal Action Over Redistricting Delays

Tonight, the Belize Peace Movement (BPM) is sending a strong message to the Briceno Administration. 
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Sugar Industry Inquiry Finally Begins After Months of Delays

After months of delay, the Sugar Industry Commission of Inquiry has met to begin the
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Bread Prices Surge by 35 Cents, Sparking Public Outcry

Bread prices went up by thirty five cents on Saturday, June 1.  It is an
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Belize Open for Business, But Who Will Vet Major Investments

The Briceno Administration has declared Belize as ‘Open for Business’ when it comes to foreign
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PM Briceño Meets El Salvador’s Bukele to Strengthen Bilateral Ties

Prime Minister John Briceño met with the President of the Republic of El Salvador Nayib
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Nationwide Sugar Rationing Returns Amid Smuggling Crisis

Tonight, stores across the country are rationing sugar once again. In recent weeks, sacks of
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Wildfires continue to displace families in Toledo

Another crisis gripping the country is the wildfires in the south. Yesterday, the government announced
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Belmopan Launches Youth Climate Action Fund with Bloomberg Support

The Belmopan City Council has launched a Youth Climate Action Fund to engage its youth
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BELTRAIDE Hosts FinTech Forum to Boost Belizean Businesses

In a bid to propel Belizean businesses into the digital age, the Belize Trade and
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Annual ‘Made in Belize Expo’ to Showcase Local Businesses

Belizean businesses from across the country will be gathering this weekend in the City of
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GOB pledges one million to immediate assist fire victims

Tonight, residents across the Toledo District continue to battle the devastating wildfires that have already
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Minister Perez Highlights Extensive Damage from Wildfires in House Address

Minister Andre Perez, under his recently acquired portfolio of Disaster Risk Management, rose in the
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Wildfires Persist as Hurricane Season Approaches, Lightning Storms Add to

Amid the imminent hurricane season and the projected major storms, the wildfires rage on and
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Minister Chebat speaks on the country’s energy crisis

Public Utilities Minister, Michel Chebat, rose in the house meeting this morning highlighting the record
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BEL warns of possible load shedding measures

As the government presented an energy plan moving forward, the reality of the situation is
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BEL to install new insulators country-wide

Apart from its generation limitations, BEL’s grid is under constant pressure as it continues to
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Parliament to Debate Southern Deep Port Development Bill

Parliamentarians will convene for a House Meeting tomorrow where several crucial Bills will be tabled. 
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Redistricting Report to Be Tabled Amid Ongoing Controversy

Another Bill coming up tomorrow is the Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill 2024 which
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Isla Bonita’s Rapid Development Sparks Environmental Concerns

Is development on La Isla Bonita being sustainably managed? That’s the question many environmentalists are
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PUP Finalizes Standard Bearer Vetting Process

The People’s United Party has wrapped up its vetting process for aspiring standard bearers. Today,
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Three City Councilors Aim for PUP Candidacy in General Elections

As the 2025 general elections draws near, the political lines are being drawn.  While the
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Dr. Louis Zabaneh Faces Challenger in Dangriga

Moving down south in politics, there is a challenger for Dr Louis Zabaneh in the
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Family Desperate for Answers as Wilton Chaneb Missing for 10

A man from Sandhill Village, Belize District, has been missing for ten days.  54-year-old, Wilton
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Attorney Oscar Selgado Awaits Sentencing for Plot to Kill Belize

In less than two weeks, convicted attorney Oscar Selgado will learn whether his punishment for
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Wildfires Devastate Toledo District, Urgent Aid Needed

More monies and the livelihoods of many households are being lost as the wildfires continue
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Worker Electrocuted in Fatal Accident at Santa Clara Construction Site

A resident of San Joaquin Village, Corozal District was killed on the job this afternoon. 
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Nineteen Court Mediators Sworn In to Revitalize Belize’s ADR Committee

Nineteen court mediators were sworn in this morning in two separate ceremonies as part of
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Raging Wildfire Endangers San Antonio Village, Cayo: Residents Battle to

Over the weekend, huge flames threatened the livelihoods of dozens of residents in San Antonio
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National Wildfire Response Task Force Mobilizes to Combat Blazes in

Since last week, the National Wildfire Response Task Force, formed by the Ministry of Disaster
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Health Ministry Warns of Air Quality Deterioration Due to Ongoing

The ongoing fires are now also posing a risk to the health of citizens across
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NTUCB Demands Resignation of Labour Minister Over Delayed OSH Bill

The National Trade Union Congress of Belize (NTUCB) is calling for the resignation of the
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NTUCB Criticizes Government’s Appointments to Public Administration Board

The NTUCB has also called out the Briceno Administration, reminding them of its mandate of
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Corozal Town Resident Killed, Firefighter Injured in Nightclub Shooting

A resident of Corozal Town was killed, and a firefighter injured in a shooting incident
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Atlantic Bank Limited washes its hands of Stake Bank Enterprise

The waters have become even murkier surrounding the issue with Stakebank Enterprises Limited, its shareholders
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EU and OAS Sign Cooperation Agreement to Bolster Peace Between

Several diplomats gathered at the western border this afternoon where a cooperation agreement was signed
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Belize Braces for Heatwave with Temperatures Soaring to 100°F

For the next two days residents along the coast and in inland areas will be
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Chalillo Dam to reduce power supply to the Belize Electricity

The drawn out dry season is not only impacting residents across the country, but it
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Forest Fires blaze across Western and Southern Belize

Over the past week, residents, firefighters, soldiers, and government agencies have been working together to
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Minister Habet Stresses Climate Resilience Amid Wildfire Crisis

While the Forest Department was able to bring the fires out west under control, the
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Oscar Selgado’s attorney speaks on Marilyn Barnes’ reality and circumstances

Earlier this month, Oscar Selgado issued an apology to Marilyn Barnes, the woman he was
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Atlantic Basin Braces for Above-Normal Hurricane Season, NOAA Predicts 17-25

The National Weather Service in the United States has sound the alarm to those in
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Toledo Communities Battling Wildfires, Area Representative Oscar Requena Provides Update

As many can begin preparing for the upcoming hurricane season, residents in the south are
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Cayo District Reports Wildfires Amid Unusual Dry Season and Extreme

Wildfires have also been reported in portions of the Cayo District.  The destruction, however, has
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BNTU Urges Government Action as Wildfires Worsen Air Quality in

The Belize National Teachers Union (BNTU) is calling on the government to bring all hands
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Land Ownership Dispute Intensifies in Duck Run Three Community Over

In other news, contentions over land ownership continues to brew out west in the Duck
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Constitutional Concerns Arise as Belize Prepares for General Elections

As Belize gears up for the impending General Elections, a crucial constitutional matter has emerged,
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Young Calla Creek Woman Drowns in Mopan River

A young woman of Calla Creek Village, Cayo District, drowned yesterday afternoon in the Mopan
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Security Guard Faces 10-Year Sentence for Viral Child Abuse Incident

Davian Flores has lost his job as a security guard for the National Sports Council
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Human Development Ministry Rallies Support for Abused Child

The Police weren’t the only ones who acted swiftly to address the problem, the Ministry
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Mexican President Confirms Energy Supply Boost for Belize

Mexican President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has confirmed Prime Minister John Briceno’s report that Mexico
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Dr. Osmond Martinez Discusses Toledo East Vision on Morning Show

Tonight, we continue our coverage of the candidates vying to represent the People’s United Party
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Belize Peace Movement Seeks Court Enforcement on Redistricting Before Elections

The Belize Peace Movement returned to court today in hopes of triggering a redistricting of
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UDP Accuses Agriculture Ministry of Neglecting San Carlos Carrot Farmers

The United Democratic Party is accusing the Ministry of Agriculture of neglecting carrot farmers in
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53-Year-Old Man Found Guilty of Sexual Offences Against Minor; Sentencing

A 53-year-old man was found guilty today of two sexual offences against a minor, specifically,
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San Ignacio Police Investigate Partially Decomposed Body Found at Victor

Police in San Ignacio are investigating the murder of Jose Mejia also known as Cosho. 
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Tragic Scaffold Fall Claims Life of Construction Worker in Esperanza

A man lost his life this morning after falling off a scaffold in Esperanza Village,
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Wildfires in Toledo District Prompt State of Public Emergency; NEMO

Tonight, residents of the Toledo District remain under threat from the destructive wildfires ravaging the
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