Reporter.bz – Belize News

TOP STORIES

 Breaking News
    JAPAN DAY FESTIVAL HELD IN BELIZE CITY

JAPAN DAY FESTIVAL HELD IN BELIZE CITY

REPORTER: Benjamin Flowers, – Over 1000 people have visited the Ramada Belize City Princess today for the 10ty Annual Japan Day cultural festival, being held under the theme “Cultural Harmony.” While the Japanese community in Belize is less than 20 persons, the festival has attracted visitors that have even come

Read Full Article
    INCIDENT AT COROZAL RC SCHOOL PROMPTS COMMUNITY NOTICE

INCIDENT AT COROZAL RC SCHOOL PROMPTS COMMUNITY NOTICE

REPORTER: Mike Rudon, – The Mary Hill R.C. School in Corozal Town has sent out an advisory to students, parents and the general public following an incident which occurred on Thursday. According to the advisory, “At approximately 8:45am a man came into the compound through one of the small gates

Read Full Article
    30 DAYS ON LOCK-DOWN – THERE WERE NO REGIMENTED PROGRAM

30 DAYS ON LOCK-DOWN – THERE WERE NO REGIMENTED PROGRAM

There were no regimented programs tailored specifically for the 51 detainees who were housed for the past 30 days at the Hattieville Prison, but CEO of the facility, Virgilio Murillo, told the Reporter this evening that there certainly were motivational programs that they took part in that seemed to give

Read Full Article
    UPDATE – EARLY MORNING ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT ON THE GEORGE PRICE HWY KILLS 2

UPDATE – EARLY MORNING ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT ON THE GEORGE PRICE HWY KILLS 2

Based on further investigation, Police have today levied additional charges against Carlos Martinez, the driver in the incident which resulted in the deaths of San Jose Succotz residents Cindy Cowo, 26 and Jarinet Cowo, 16. Martinez is now also charged with two counts of Manslaughter by Negligence and two counts

Read Full Article
    FECTAB Squares Off Against BTB

FECTAB Squares Off Against BTB

REPORTER: Marion Ali, – Consultations will have to be extended in order to determine if the tour operator business that is conducted at Terminal 1 at the Fort Street Tourism Village will be relocated to the Marion Jones Stadium. The extension on consultations come on the heels of firm rejection

Read Full Article
    TWO SISTERS DROWN WHEN VEHICLE RUNS INTO RIVER

TWO SISTERS DROWN WHEN VEHICLE RUNS INTO RIVER

REPORTER: Marion Ali, – Sisters, Cindy Miselly Cowo, 26, a waitress and Jarinet Consuelo Cowo, 16, of San Jose Succotz Village, Cayo, lost their lives early this morning when the vehicle they were travelling in careened off the George Price Highway and into the Mopan River. The incident happened around

Read Full Article
    COLA SUPPORTS STEVEDORES

COLA SUPPORTS STEVEDORES

REPORTER: Marion Ali, – The Citizens Organized for Liberty through Action (COLA) says it supports the stevedores in their plight with the Port of Belize Limited (PBL). In a press release issued today, COLA points out that while stevedores are essential workers just as are teachers, doctors and police, they

Read Full Article
    CLOCK TICKING ON STEVEDORE STRIKE

CLOCK TICKING ON STEVEDORE STRIKE

The Christian Workers Union (CWU) announced this week that despite meetings with the Minister of Labour, it is still prepared to hold industrial action within its 21-day deadline for stevedores working at the Port of Belize Limited (PBL). The CWU held a press conference on Thursday evening, explaining that the

Read Full Article

search bar

ADVERTISE

Myo’on Dental Clinic #40 Eve Street

ADVERTISE

THE MADE IN BELIZE SHOW

ADVERTISE

SUBSCRIBE TO NEWS BY EMAIL

LATEST SPORTS NEWS PHOTOS & VIDEOS

ADVERTISEMENT

FITNESS