Shooting claims man’s life! Chavarria dies after being shot twice in four weeks Shooting claims man’s life! Chavarria dies after being shot twice in four weeks
PUP says Francis Fonseca will NOT be challenged PUP says Francis Fonseca will NOT be challenged
Belize’s Nestor Mendez is elected OAS’ new Assistant Secretary General Belize’s Nestor Mendez  is elected OAS’ new  Assistant  Secretary General
PUP makes submission in PetroCaribe challenge PUP makes submission in  PetroCaribe challenge
Business Police department rolls out new social initiative

Police department rolls out new social initiative

By Alexis R. Milan Staff Reporter The Belize Police Department has rolled out its new social campaign, designed to build community relationships by engaging with youths from the most crime ridden parts of the City. “Be Loving And Cease Killing (BLACK) is a movement to reduce the hatred, the violence […]

Crime

Amos Ford dies at 98

With deep regret and a sense of loss the Reporter records the death of Mr. Amos Ford, proud Belizean, who died last week in England at the age of 98. Mr. Ford was among the many Belizeans who left this country during the early years of World War II to […]

Editorial

Editorial

Christian men and women all over the world will be using this last week of Lent to reflect upon the swift and terrible events leading to the arrest, the trial, the condemnation and the brutal crucifixion of the man called Jesus. Jesus suffered the most excruciating death that any human […]

General City residents can pay property tax on line

City residents can pay property tax on line

By Alexis R. Milan, Staff Reporter Belize City residents can now pay property tax and trade license expenses from the comfort of their home or office over the Internet through a partnership between the Belize City Council and the Atlantic Bank. CitCo announced the launch of its latest on-line service […]

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City residents can pay property tax on line
General

City residents can pay property tax on line

By Alexis R. Milan, Staff Reporter Belize City residents can now pay property tax and trade license expenses from the comfort of their home or office over the Internet through a partnership between the Belize City Council and the Atlantic Bank. CitCo announced the launch of its latest on-line service […]

Crime

Amos Ford dies at 98

With deep regret and a sense of loss the Reporter records the death of Mr. Amos Ford, proud Belizean, who died last week in England at the age of 98. Mr. Ford was among the many Belizeans who left this country during the early years of World War II to […]

Police department rolls out new social initiative
Business

Police department rolls out new social initiative

By Alexis R. Milan Staff Reporter The Belize Police Department has rolled out its new social campaign, designed to build community relationships by engaging with youths from the most crime ridden parts of the City. “Be Loving And Cease Killing (BLACK) is a movement to reduce the hatred, the violence […]

Elderly man stabbed during home invasion
Crime

Elderly man stabbed during home invasion

By Marion V. Ali Staff Reporter Robert Acosta, 88, an elderly man who lives alone on Hyde’s Lane in Belize City, was released this week from the hospital after he was attacked and stabbed inside his home early Saturday morning.   Acosta was asleep between the hours of 4:00 and 6:30 a.m. […]

Belize’s inflation rate is third lowest in region
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Belize’s inflation rate is third lowest in region

By Benjamin Flowers Staff Reporter Belize holds the third lowest inflation rate in Central America for the month of February, according to the latest data produced by the Statistical Institute of Belize. The SIB recently released its Consumer Price Index, which measures the fluctuation in prices of numerous commodities (inflation), […]

Courtenay in contempt? Appeals Court fires back at Senior Counsel
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Courtenay in contempt? Appeals Court fires back at Senior Counsel

By Aaron Humes Freelance Reporter Court of Appeal President, Manuel Sosa has questioned whether comments made by then-President of the Bar Association, Senior Counsel Eamon Courtenay, during the ceremonial opening of the Supreme Court in January, constituted contempt of court. In remarks made at the close of the first session […]

Darrell Bradley announces Caribbean Shores candidacy
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Darrell Bradley announces Caribbean Shores candidacy

By Alexis R. Milan Staff Reporter Mayor Darrell Bradley will contest the upcoming June 7th United Democratic Party convention for the Caribbean Shores constituency against current UDP area representative, Santiago “Santino” Castillo. “Not to take anything from the honorable Castillo, because he is a minister of government, he is an […]

Financial Secretary explains fuel increase
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Financial Secretary explains fuel increase

By Alexis R. Milan Staff Reporter The dramatic increase in regular gas last week was caused because an adjustment had to be made for a previous increase that PUMA failed to make on its last shipment of fuel, explains Financial Secretary, Joseph Waight. According to Waight, PUMA had previously reduced […]

The price of staying online
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The price of staying online

By Marion V. Ali Staff Reporter High speed or home/work internet prices in Belize have gone down since October 2014, when prices were slashed by half and the speeds doubled. But according to Caribbean standards, Belize still ranks among the countries that offer the slowest speeds and still the highest […]

San Pedro garbage woes cause growing health concerns
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San Pedro garbage woes cause growing health concerns

By Alexis R. Milan Staff Reporter A garbage disposal problem in San Pedro is causing serious health concerns for marine life and residents on the Isla Bonita experts claim and the island’s marine food sources are being compromised. Household and commercial waste, produced by garbage, is being used as landfill […]