God prepares our way

Here are words of encouragement taken from Deuteronomy 31:8.

“It is the Lord who goes before you. He will be with you; he will not fail you or forsake you. Do not fear or be dismayed. 

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Protests in Columbia, Toledo, over murdered mother

On Saturday, 30th August, the peaceful village of San Pedro Columbia, in the Toledo District, received the shocking news that a murder had been committed in their community.

According to Police reports, 61-year-old Agrapina Coc, a Belizean housewife of Columbia, Toledo, left home at about12:30p.m...

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Two dead, two injured in fatal traffic accident

Two persons are dead and two others injured following a fatal traffic accident that occurred between miles 46 and 47 on the George Price Highway, near the Hector Silva Airstrip in Belmopan...

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Another man shot and killed in Belize City

Police are still baffled over the murder of 38 year old mason Michael Usher of Belize City.

Around 4:30 Sunday morning, Mr Usher was riding his bicycle from the George Price Highway on Fabers Road, toward Central American Boulevard, when a single man approached and fired several times at him...

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Water Board problems for Residents of Silk Grass

vlcsnap-2014-09-02-12h16m32s78On Sunday 31st August, residents of Silk Grass Village in the Stann Creek District gathered to discuss their growing concerns with the Water Board which administrates and distributes Water in the community...

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Man charged for vehicular altercation

The alleged use of a vehicle as a weapon led to charges for 33 year old Devon Jones of Belize City. Mr Jones, a self-employed electrician, is accused of aggravated assault and maim of 42 year old Francis Stanley Gill in front of the Key Ley Restaurant, formerly Li Chee, on Freetown Road.

Around 12:4...

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Mexican news reports Hezbollah members in Belize licensed vehicle

According to an article in Por Esto, A Mexican newspaper, suspected members of Hezbollah were found across the border, in a vehicle with Belizean license plates.

The news article says that on Thursday August 28th, Police in Cancun, Mexico, searched a Mercedez Benz with Belize license plate...

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Game room in Corozal robbed

48-year-old Tan Guo Zhang, proprietor of Tans Game Room on 7Th avenue Corozal town, reported that on Sunday August 31 between 9:15p.m. and 9:30p.m...

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Two teens shot in Western Dairies Robbery

On Friday the 29th of August,  police  visited the K.H.M.H where they saw a 17-year-old minor suffering from apparent gunshot wounds to the upper side of his shoulder, and another 17-year-old  also suffering from gunshot wound to his back.

Initial investigation revealed that about 4:30p.m...

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Orange Walk trucker robbed in Belize City

In Belize City , at about 9:30 a.m., on Monday September 1, a truck driver from Orange Walk and his sideman were having breakfast in the Port of Belize Compound on Caesar Ridge Road, when they were approached by two men of dark complexion, who proceeded to rob them at gunpoint.

However, quick police...

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16th Community Day of Healing held in Belize City

Belize City is viewed as one of the top 10 most dangerous cities in the world. Initiatives such as Perry  Smith’s Days of Healing are trying to remove Belize City from this notorious list.

The 16th Community Day of Healing event took place on Saturday in the PIV (Peace in the Valley) area of Flam...

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Gay litigant backs down from anti buggery case in Jamaica

Who Caleb Orozco is to Belize, so is Javed Jaghai to Jamaica. He is a homosexual man who brought a legal challenge to Jamaica’s anti-buggery laws in the country’s Supreme Court.  And just as the matter has not reached a verdict here in Belize, neither has there been one in Jamaica...

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Francis Fonseca unfazed by Rural North protests

While we had him on Saturday we asked PUP leader Francis Fonseca to respond to the protests of the Belize Rural North executive committee on Friday...

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Cordel Hyde endorsed for PUP in Lake I

He never really went away, the Opposition People’s United Party claims. But after he stepped down in 2012 to care for an ailing son, there were undercurrents of negative opinion, and the party at one point vowed to have nothing more to do with him...

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National team leaves for Central American Cup

The Jaguars shocked the region with a fourth-place finish last time out, followed up by a first-ever appearance in the CONCACAF Gold Cup in the United States. In the next few days, it could all happen again. The Belize national senior men’s football team departs for the U.S...

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September Celebrations opened

Inclement weather proved not to be enough to stop Belizeans from welcoming the most patriotic month of the calendar, though in a different place than usual. The September Celebrations have for the past few years been traditionally opened on St...

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Monisha Stuart wins Queen of the Bay

vlcsnap-2014-09-02-11h33m16s204The annual Queen of the Bay pageant was held at the Bliss Center for performing arts in Belize, on Saturday August 30th, where 9 delegates, Miss Black Orchid, Miss Barrear Reef, Miss Flowers Bank, Miss South Side, Miss Toledo, Miss Stann Creek, Miss Queen of the West, Miss Belmopan, and Miss Belize ...

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Arthur Saldivar supporters protest his suspension

vlcsnap-2014-08-29-18h31m05s114The investigation by a four-man committee of the National Executive of the People’s United Party (PUP) into allegations against Belize Rural North standard bearer Arthur Saldivar continues, but neither the embattled politician/attorney or his supporters are taking it lying down...

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Dangriga residents protest language discrimination

While Arthur Saldivar’s supporters were protesting in Belize City, hundreds were protesting a completely different cause in the Stann creek district.  Close to 200 people came out to protest and voice their indignation against Language discrimination  at a rally held this morning in Dangriga...

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Pine logs across the highway due to accident

Last night, Thursday August 28, between miles 33 and 34 on the Phillip Goldson Highway, a Tractor with a 12-feet trailer carrying pine logs was rear ended by a 4 door Audi. The crash caused the pine logs to dislodge and scatter across the road while the Audi received damage to its front portion.


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