Builders’ Hardware Celebrates Christmas With Special Deals

On Saturday December 20th, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, there will be super deals and discounts at Builders’ Hardware on Constitution Drive in Belmopan.

Builders’ will be raffling $2000 dollars worth of  gift certificates for power tools, weed wackers, fans, and tons of giveaways.

There will also be li...

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Missing Ladyville youth’s remains found

Police in Ladyville are sure that someone killed 23 year old Marvin Bul, originally from Orange Street in Belize City but living in Ladyville, likely last month. But a post-mortem examination of remains identified to be his conducted on Thursday, could not conclusively find the cause of death.


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14 year old boy shot in Belize City

There was a shooting in Belize City on Thursday December 18th,  and the victim is a 14 year old boy.

According to police,  the 14-year-old male student of Mayflower Street, Belize City, was shot to the left upper leg.

Initial investigation revealed that at about 5:30a.m...

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Traffic accident injures BELTRAIDE worker

On Friday morning there was a traffic accident near Mile 29 on the George Price Highway, not far from the RF&G Insurance sign marking the site of another infamous accident. This one was not fatal, but could have been.

We were informed at the scene that an Isuzu D-Max travelling east toward Belize Ci...

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BSI/ASR Gets Heat from Unions and GOB

The start of the sugar Cane Crop Season remains in limbo.

After Sunday’s meeting with the farmers it was thought that BSCFA and BSI/ASR had finally come to mutual grounds, at least to some extent. They were preparing to sign an agreement that would signal the start of the crop season.

However, on Th...

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GOB continues to fight Telemedia/Sunshine arbitration

The Government of Belize says it will mount a challenge to a decision issued on Friday by the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), which ruled that it owes the British Caribbean Bank Limited (BCB) of Turks and Caicos Islands some US$41...

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Footballer out on bail for carnal knowledge charge

Verdes FC and national football team player, Cristobal Gilharry, has been accused of intercourse with a 15 year old female minor.

The 34 year old was remanded earlier this week after arraignment at the Belmopan Magistrate’s Court.

On Friday, attorney Richard ‘Dickie’ Bradley successfully applied for...

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Thyrell Hyde Still On The Run, Mom Says He’s Innocent

On Thursday we told you that police are still looking for Thyrell Hyde, who is being sought by police in connection with the Cellular World heist, that occurred sometime between the night of December 8th and the morning of December 9th.

On Friday we spoke to his mother, Kaila Moralez, who says her s...

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Mental Health Resource Center hosts Christmas party

Christmas is for everyone, even those suffering from mental disabilities. That is the message of the Mental Health Resource Center in Belize City, which hosted 59 clients to a Christmas celebration on Friday.

We spoke with the Center’s Administrator, Joyce Ellis.


Joyce Ellis – Administrator of Bel...

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Bel-Caribe Communications gives back to needy

Bel-Caribe Communications is best known for the weather report it produces for the Met Service. But on Friday its staff members were handing out thousands of dollars in groceries and toys, even ham and turkey, to neediest families pre-selected, but not told of their good fortune.

Bel-Caribe’s Genera...

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More Delays for the Crop Season

The start of the sugar cane season seemed to be in the immediate horizon after the farmers met and, after much deliberation, agreed to accept the 51 cents per ton of sugar cane proposed by the Belize Sugar Industry and their partner the American Sugar Refiners...

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PUP comments on Clive Myers resignation

On Wednesday the Belize Tourism Board (BTB) announced that their Clive Myers Director of Marketing and Industry Relations had resigned effective immediately...

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Two plead guilty to robbery attack outside bar

21 year old Iran Jones began a five-year sentence for robbery and wounding on Thursday, pleading guilty before Senior Magistrate Sharon Frazer in the No. 2 Magistrate’s Court...

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Pickwoad case pushed back to February

After a short session before Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin on Thursday morning,  the principals in the case of Bernadette Pickwoad vs Ministry of Natural Resources had little new to tell PLUS News.

The trial is concluded but the two sides are still trying to work out a settlement over the plot of...

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Bail for accused gang member

It is a charge increasingly thrown at Belize City residents, as police attack the gang structure at its roots, but there was a dispute in Magistrate’s Court on Thursday over exactly what it means to display gang membership.

19 year old Jason Philip Briceno was one of two persons who police said were...

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