Fatal traffic accident claims one life

There was a fatal road traffic accident on Sunday night in the north. It apparently was caused due to two tires being blown out.  It happened between miles 73 and 74 on the Phillip Goldson highway where a Red Isuzu Rodeo SUV was being driven with 6 persons inside.  One person...

Leon Gray charged for attempted murder of Malcolm Wagner

24 year old Leon Gray was charged for the attempted murder of Malcolm Wagner who was shot at and grazed by a bullet last week Tuesday. Late this evening, alleged PIV member, Leon Gray, was arraigned in court.  for the June 4, 2013 attempted murder of Malcolm Wagner. Allegations...

GOB taking control of business companies registry and IMMARBE

GOB says it will be taking control of the  International   Business   Companies Registry   and   the   International   Merchant   Marine   Registry   of   Belize   (IMMARBE). Management   Services   Agreement   between   the   Government   of   Belize   and        Belize...

Belize City Council back in court for BWC debt

The Court of Appeal began its second session for the year today. Among the criminal appeals listed for hearing are Glenford Bermudez for the murder of his common-law wife, Edward Buller for manslaughter of a girl friend and Veola Pook for murder of her common-law husband. ...

Police seek Robert Hill for alleged armed robbery

Corozal Police have issued a warrant for the arrest of Robert Hill in connection to an armed robbery report. On Wednesday June 5th June, Corozal Police responded to information received of an armed robbery at Chang Li Game Room which is situated on 4th Avenue, Corozal Town. The...

Police looking for Austin Sutherland for suspected burglary

Police in the north would also like the public to help them in locating Austin Sutherland. On Tuesday June 4th, the owner of “The Breeze Hotel which is situated on 1st Avenue Corozal Town, reported that on the 1st of June, at about about 3:35 am his room in the upstairs portion...

Jamaican Pastor says the LGBT issue is not about rights but acceptance of lifestyle

Last week, Plus TV’s Rise and Shine guest was Jamaican pastor and social activist, Reverend Al Miller. Miller discussed the global homosexual agenda, citing the same methods and tactics being used in Belize as also being used throughout the wider Caribbean community. While UNIBAM...

Janae Matute scores high in PSE

When the first half of the Primary School Examinations was sat back in March, we introduced you to Janae Matute – a vibrant and gifted 12 year old, who was born with Cerebal Palsy – a motor condition that causes physical disability in human development. But being...

Vector Control dealing with mosquitoes

This week Belize City residents have been tormented by mosquitoes, reminding us that we are now in the rainy season. With the resurgence of the pesky insects comes the specter of diseases such as dengue fever and malaria, which are spread by the Aedes aegypti and female Anopheles...

Girls Fly program initiated in Belize

American organizer Gail Sylvia Pullen has felt a deep connection to Belize and particularly its girls and women, whom she credits for boundless compassion to her own family and countless others. She has been moved to give back, first working with a project with Special Envoy for...

OCEANA celebrates World Oceans day

World Oceans Day was this past Saturday and the leading Belizean conservation society for marine issues, OCEANA in Belize, took time out to honor those who make their living from the sea. It opened an exhibit photographed by former journalist Alex Ellis titled “Sea...