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Family Desperate as 14-Year-Old Nelly Diaz Missing for 48 Hours:

It has been more than 48 hours since 14-year-old, Nelly Maria Diaz, left her home
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San Pedro Columbia Village Rejects Mayan Land Rights Policy

In recent weeks, we’ve seen numerous Mayan communities from southern Belize clamor for communal land
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NTUCB Boycotts IMF Meeting Over Approach Towards Public Officers

The National Trade Union Congress of Belize (NTUCB) has taken a stand against the IMF
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Glenfield Dennison Elected as New Union Senator

Glenfield Dennison will be the new union Senator come April 1.  Dennison was duly elected
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75 Amnesty Registration Cards Distributed in Orange Walk

After months of vetting, the Ministry of Immigration distributed seventy-five amnesty registration cards in Orange
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PSU Calls for Government Correction of Unlawful Member Transfers

The Public Service Union is rallying against what it says is the unlawful transfer of
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PM Briceno says it was simply confidentiality

Confidentiality :::: Prime Minister John Briceno says that is the reason the government is denying
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Deputy PM Hyde Speaks on Senate Select Committee Proceedings

The media also spoke with Deputy Prime Minister Cordel Hyde on Wednesday’s inquiry. Hyde says
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Boledo Sales to Bolster Belize Health System: PM Briceno Forecasts

The Government of Belize is expecting to collect an estimated seventy million dollars from the
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Belize American Chamber of Commerce Eyes Credit Union Venture with

The Belize American Chamber of Commerce (BACC) is a development agency that is looking at
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Milestone Reached: Agreement Signed for Oil Exploration in Southern Belize

An agreement was signed between the government, US Capital Energy and Conejo Village this morning
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Senator Smith resigns from the Senate

She has been a firebrand Senator for the past seven years, but in a few
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Jamie Lee Usher Seeking Legal Options Following Her Termination from

The administration at the Belize High School has refused to comment on the recent termination
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Belize Cabinet Approves Occupational Safety and Health Bill Amendments

The National Trade Union Congress of Belize is celebrating, what it says, is a major
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Belize Government Green Lights Overhaul of Labour Act

On January 23, we told you of the imminent overhaul of the Labour Act being
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UDP Chairman says PUP is being duplicitous

The opposition is outraged over the Cabinet Secretary’s decision to deny the Special Select Committee
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Government Suspends Dredging at Will Bauer Flats Following Protests

The government has listened to concerns raised by a group of southern fishermen and the
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21-Year-Old Camron Hemsley gunned down in Rural Belize

A well-known troublemaker was killed last night in rural Belize. Police say just after midnight,
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Suspected Killer Surrenders in Murder Case of 19-Year-Old Joshua Ku

Tonight, the family of 19-year-old, Joshua Ku may be one step closer to receiving justice
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Special Senate Inquiry Begins Probe into Portico’s Port of Magical

The Special Senate Inquiry convened today in Belmopan with its established mandate to probe into
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Sean Duncan Addresses Questions After Senate Inquiry Testimony

Upon exiting the National Assembly building, Duncan granted an interview where he spoke on his
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Former Lands Commissioner Vallejos Appears Before Senate Inquiry

Former Lands Commissioner, Wilbert Vallejos, appeared before the Senate Inquiry in the afternoon session.  Vallejos
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Dr. Rene Villanueva Reflects on Love FM’s 31st Anniversary

In celebration of the 31st anniversary of Love FM, we join Reporter Vejea Alvarez, who
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Dangriga Town Council Renews Collective Bargaining Agreement with SWU

The Dangriga Town Council signed a Collective bargaining agreement yesterday with the Southern Workers Union
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Wanted Poster Issued for Suspect in Murder of Belize Teen

Police have issued a wanted poster for twenty-two-year-old, Steven Díaz, in connection with the stabbing
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Joseph Budna Granted Bail in Defamation and Cyberbullying Case

Joseph Budna is out on a one-thousand dollar bail after he was arraigned in the
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DPP Comments on Jared Ranguy Case

On March 8, accused triple murderer, Jared Ranguy, will learn what his sentence will look
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Area Rep for Lake I comments on Gertrude Hunter Situation

The land dispute of sixty-one-year-old, Gertrude Hunter, landed her in court yesterday on several charges
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Missing Orange Walk teen found stabbed to death

Family and friends of Josh Ku are planning his funeral tonight after his body was
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Belizean Man Gunned Down in Tulum: Drug Trade Connection Suspected

There is a second murder to report tonight.  In this case, a Belizean man was
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Details thicken in the investigation of the rape of a

The Grandmother of one of the men that were accused of raping a minor in
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Southern Belize Communities Engage in Draft Mayan Customary Land Rights

Over the weekend, the government continued consultations on the Draft Mayan Customary Land Rights Policy
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Deputy PM weighs in on Maya Land Rights Policy

Deputy Prime Minister, Cordel Hyde, also weighed in on the land rights policy today and
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Attorneys for the Bladen 12 challenging witness statements in drug

Attorneys for the Bladen 12, the group accused of facilitating a drug plane landing back
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Hattieville Resident Blake Lewis Captured After Exchange of Gunfire with

Blake Lewis is a 22-year-old Hattieville resident who was finally nabbed by Police earlier today. 
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Wanted: Joseph Budna Faces Cyberbullying Charges Against Orange Walk North

Joseph Budna is a well-known character who has had his share of problems with law-enforcement
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Belize City and Miramar, Florida to Sign Sister City Agreement

After ten years of operating under a 2013 memorandum of understanding, the cities of Belize
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Commissioner’s Brother Arthur Roy Williams Faces Charges: Commissioner Explains Motives

Another character that has been known through social media is Arthur Roy Williams, the brother
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Christian Workers Union Nears Collective Bargaining Agreement with Belize City

The Christian Workers Union says it is on the verge of possibly striking a collective
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Tragedy Strikes Belize City: Fire Claims Life on Gibnut Street

A fire broke out on Gibnut Street in Belize City late last night.  Moments later,
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GOB meets with the media on Maya Customary Land Rights

The Ministry of Indigenous People’s Affairs invited the media today to an educational session on
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Government Responds to Maya Lands Issue Amid Accusations of Politicization

In this morning’s session with the Ministry of Indigenous Affairs, the government also weighed in
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Opposition Senator Raises Alarm Over Summary Jurisdiction and Criminal Code

The first Senate meeting was called to order today despite a pushback from the opposition. 
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Landmark Court Victory Leads to Amendment of Families and Children’s

It was five months ago when the well-known retired businessman, Steve Schulte was victorious in
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Minister Dolores Balderamos – Garcia weighs in on Indian Creek

Since the start of the week, we’ve been following the situation in Indian Creek Village
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Fantasy Five and Pick-Three Games Return After Lengthy Hiatus

After a 241-day hiatus, the Fantasy Five and Pick-Three games are back. Last year, the
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Brother of Police Commissioner Arraigned on Cybercrime Charges

Arthur Roy Williams, chances are you may know him from social media, or perhaps you
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Leader of the Opposition Honored in South Carolina, Receives Recognition

Leader of the Opposition, Moses Shyne Barrow, is in the United States tonight after attending
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Dispute Over Alcalde Appointment Sparks Tensions in Indian Creek Village

Tensions remain high in Indian Creek Village in the Toledo district over the appointment of
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Belize Electricity Limited Faces Disruption in Supply from Mexico

Belize Electricity Limited is currently on alert as the company is not benefiting from the
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Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital Celebrates Milestone: Three Successful Open-Heart Surgeries

It has often been tainted with negative and derogatory remarks, but tonight, the Karl Heusner
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Health Minister Responds to Backlash Over X-Ray Machine Approval: Clarifies

The Minister of Health has responded to criticisms surrounding the Cabinet’s publication of its approval
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San Ignacio Mayor Under Fire for Alleged Overreach

San Ignacio/Santa Elena Mayor, Earl Trapp reportedly overstepped his authority when he gave permission for
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Indian Creek Village Residents to Protest Against Former Alcalde: Dispute

Residents of Indian Creek Village in the Toledo District are planning a protest this evening
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Chan Pine Ridge Community Divided Over Land Subdivision Proposal

Villagers in Chan Pine Ridge, Orange Walk District, are divided over plans to subdivide the
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Orange Walk East Representative Partners with Ministry for Land Distribution

The Area Representative of Orange Walk East is working with the Ministry of Natural Resources
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No Decision Yet on Charges Against Accused Attorney in Rape

The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) is yet to make a decision on whether any
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Media Denied Access to Start of Drug Bust Trial as

Reporters were denied access this morning to cover the court proceedings of the 12 men
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Bladen 12 Trial Adjourned to Next Week

After being fingered for facilitating a drug plane landing, they have been dubbed the Bladen
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Deputy Commissioner Guzman to Retire, Controversy Erupts Over Succession Plan

Deputy Commissioner of Police, Aaron Guzman is looking to retire this month from the Police
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Police Commissioner Braces for Backlash Amid Shake-up in Senior Ranks

With what seems to be an inevitable rumbling within the Police Department due to the
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Belize Announces Plans for Human Rights Institute in Collaboration with

Belize has announced its intentions to establish a Human Rights Institute.  The facility will collaborate
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San Joaquin Resident Missing: Search Parties Come Up Empty

Up to news time tonight, search parties have come up empty in their quest to
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Immigration Department Scandal Unveiled: Employee on Leave Amidst Fraud Probe

An employee at the Immigration Department is on a 30-day administrative leave, giving the government
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Senate Showdown: PM Confirms Meeting Despite Opposition Objections

Despite objections from the opposition, the Senate meeting scheduled for February 8 will proceed as
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House of Representatives Tackles Crucial Issues in First 2024 Sitting

The House of Representatives met in Belmopan this morning for the first sitting for 2024. 
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UDP Administration to blame for BDF Salary Issue says PM

Another issue was the recent adjustments to the salaries of soldiers of the Belize Defence
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PM Blames Magistrates’ Salary Issue on UDP Administration

Of recent, there were also queries regarding the salaries of magistrates, prosecutors and crown counsels. 
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Joint Public Accounts Committee Under Fire: Reports Stuck, Transparency at

Almost two months ago, Prime Minister John Briceno was summoned before the Joint Public Accounts
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Tragic Accident Claims Life of Belizean in the Culture Capital:

A family in Southern Belize is mourning the loss of a loved one tonight after
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Family’s Night of Horror: One Dead, Another Jailed

The lives of an entire family changed last night as one member was killed, another
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Ministry’s Compliance Mission: 50 Establishments Ticketed, Inspections Continue

The Government, through its Supplies Control Unit (SCU) in the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security
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Minister of State in Education Ministry Confident ITVET Salary Situation

Several instructors at the Belize City ITVET are furious because they have not been paid
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Annual March Fiesta in Limbo: Political Motives or Maintenance Issues?

Residents of Chan Pine Ridge Village, Orange Walk are up in arms over the uncertainty
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MOHW investigates suspected case of meningitis

Health officials say that there is no recent confirmation of a diagnosis of bacterial meningitis. 
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Belmopan Mayor calls out Minister Dolores Balderamos Garcia

Mayor Sheran Palacio – she is a one-term mayor for Belmopan who has become known
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Belize Defence Force Addresses Delay in Monetary Payment for Late

The Belize Defence Force is asking the family of the late Lance Corporal Roxannie Goff
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Unpaid School Fees Lead to Removal of Students from Orange

As many as twenty students have reportedly been sent home from the Orange Walk ITVET
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Minister Francis Fonseca reiterates needs for Maya Land Rights Issue

The issue surrounding Maya Customary Lands has been dragging out for years.  In some instances,
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Stench Plagues Pound Yard: Residents Demand Action as Odor Worsens

For some time now, an underground stench has been brewing, and has been affecting businesses,
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Municipal Election Countdown: Campaigns Heat Up as Nomination Day Nears

With only 36 days left for the upcoming municipal elections, the aspiring mayors and city
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UDP Mayoral Candidate Denied Leave From Teaching

UDP’s aspiring Mayor for Belmopan, Jackie Burns, is hopeful that the rejection from the Teachers’
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Harvest Caye Employees Cry Foul: Allegations of Unjust Termination Surface

Several men who were recently employed by Harvest Caye in southern Belize have come to
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Mary Ann Cleland’s Cause of Death Confirmed to be from

Police have confirmed that 30-year-old Willow’s Bank Village resident Mary Ann Cleland was stabbed to
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Trial of Twelve, Including Four Cops, Faces Yet Another Delay

Twelve men, including four cops, made headlines in November 2021 when they were caught reportedly
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Mayan Communities Demand Government Meeting Over Land Policy Rejection

Tonight, tensions in the south remain high as several Mayan communities are demanding a meeting
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Maya Leader’s Address Sparks Controversy at Santa Elena Meeting

Of all the addresses delivered on Saturday at the Santa Elena meeting, the remarks made
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Belize City Council Denies Allegations of Misconduct Amidst Grader Purchase

The Belize City Council is rejecting what it says are false narratives being pushed by
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Corozal Resident Dies in Tragic House Fire

A 49-year-old resident of Corozal Town perished in a house fire early this morning.  Just
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Government Moves to Regulate Social Media “News” blogs

Social media blogs claiming to be legit and credible sources of news will soon be
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Toddler dies after pill he was prescribed becomes lodged in

A toddler was pronounced dead at the Western Regional Hospital just after ten o’clock this
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Belize-Registered Aircraft Shot Down in Venezuelan Airspace

Belize made it on the Venezuelan News last night after an aircraft registered in Belize
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Hunt for Individuals with Fake Israeli Passports Intensifies at Northern

Police are searching for four persons caught with fake Israeli passports at the country’s northern
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Border Security Director Reveals Hundreds Granted Refuge

As authorities are on the lookout for the four persons traveling on fake Israeli passports,
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Mayan Villages Reject Government’s Land Policy, Minister weighs in on

Several Mayan villages in southern Belize have rejected the government’s draft land policy. The Maya
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