Unfair Distribution Of Land Outrages Villagers Of Concepcion Village

Concepcion Village Chairman, Fidel Chable, is under heavy pressure from Concepcion Village residents...

MOE Congratulates New President Of BNTU

Last week Thursday April 20th, Trade Union Senator Elena Smith was elected by majority votes to serv...

Belize Barrier Reef Continues To Be An Endangered Site

Belize boasts the second largest coral reef system in the world which measures a total of 300 kilome...

Zero Tolerance Policy For Police Improprieties

Over the past few weeks, the Belize Police Department has been under heavy Public scrutiny after var...

Yo Creek Road Claims Another Life

The infamous Yo Creek road has tonight claimed another life, the second since the start of 2017. The...

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  • Bishop O. P. Martin To Be Laid To Rest In Belmopan

    Since the passing of Bishop Emeritus OP Martin on Thursday February 16th, Belizeans home and abroad have been sharing their prayers with his family and Catholic counterparts. On Friday the government of Belize issued a press release also giving their cond...
  • GOB Contemplated To Sale Shares Of Utilities Companies

    Last week, Opposition Leader Hon. John Briceno exposed the Barrow Administration’s intentions of selling off the utility companies to raise much-needed revenue in the upcoming fiscal year. The allegation saw no response by way of UDP press release, and ...
  • No Major Fraud In 2012 Elections Says PM

    On January 25th the former Director of Immigration Ruth Meighan dropped a bombshell when she announced during her testimony to the Senate Select Committee’s immigration inquiry that over 2,000 nationalities were fast-tracked before the 2012 elections by...
  • PM Barrow Discusses Possible Tax Increase

    And while Superbond jitters are real, another matter making Belizeans nervous is the upcoming budget.  In a recent meeting with the trade unions, the Financial Secretary indicated that the fiscal adjustment needed to produce $105 million in the upcom...
  • Belize Fails To Meet 26 Million Dollars Super-Bond Payment

    Tonight the jitters over the nation’s economic state is much, much intense because of two main reasons. Firstly, today, February 20th, marked the date when a $26m Superbond payment was due but it was not paid by the Government – signalling the closest...
  • Belize Represented At CARICOM Conference Of Heads Of Government

    A Belizean delegation steered by Foreign Minister Hon. Wilfred Elrington left the country to attend the 28th Inter-sessional Meeting of the CARICOM Conference of Heads of Government in Georgetown, Guyana. At the two day Conference which began today, regio...
  • Ministry Of Health Records Increase In Cases Of Diarrhea

    Since December of 2016, there has been an increasing rate of gastroenteritis cases particularly in the Stann Creek District. The communities mostly affected in the said district are Dangriga Town, Independence and Bella Vista Villages. According to ...
  • Castellanos Says She Was Removed Against her Will

    Back to former Finance Officer Teresita Castellanos. She was removed from Immigration Department in in 2014, during the same time the Auditor General’s office was carrying out their investigations into multiple scandals at the Department. Castellanos re...
  • Senior Immigration Officer Discusses Role In Missing VISAS

    As we reported yesterday, the absence of expected witnesses Eric Chang and Patrick Tillett has forced the Committee to seek legal advice on what powers are available to them to get Chang and Tillett to testify. Both men are named in the Auditor General’...
  • Former Finance Officer Says Higher Ups In Immigration Blocked Reform

    The ground-shaking testimony given yesterday to the Senate Select Committee by former Finance Officer Teresita Castellanos has undoubtedly gotten the attention of the entire country as Belizeans heard, for the first time, a former senior officer confess t...
  • UDP - BALAC Calls For The Removal Of Eamon Courtney

    A group of UDP supporters, under the banner of an adhoc group called “Belizeans Against Lord Ashcroft and Courtenay” staged a picket outside the offices of PUP Senator and Attorney Eamon Courtenay this morning. The picket group held placards and prote...
  • Arzu Serves Antoerh Term As Ombudsman

    During a sitting of the House of Representatives on January 27nd, Prime Minister, Hon. Dean Barrow announced that Mr. Lionel Arzu would be re-appointed for another term as Ombudsman and today, he was officially sworn in at the Belize House located in Belm...
  • Love And Protect Says Oceana

    To love and protect – that’s the name of an annual event organised by Ocean Belize in Corozal Town. The objective of the event, which is normally held on Valentine’s Day, is to promote love and care for the environment. This year, Oceana is partneri...
  • Old Liqour Licensing board Was Not Doing His Job

    On Thursday we told you about the letter that was sent to the former chairman and vice chairman of the Orange Walk Liquor Licensing Board. After receiving their appointment letter back in the month of January 2017, Alvaro Grajalez and John Pollard receive...
  • Minister Patt Speaks On Auditor General's Report

    If you’ve been following our expanded coverage of the Senate Select Committee hearings you would have heard the Committee members constantly raising alarm over the practise of Ministerial intervention in the processing of visas, nationality and passport...
  • Potato Farmers Hopeful for This Upcoming Crop

    Potato farmers from the Orange Walk District are hopeful that after a series of meetings with Agriculture officials their concerns about an oversupply of imported potato in the market have been alleviated. Because of the foreign produce saturating t...
  • PUP Accuses GOB Of Voter Fraud

    The Opposition People’s United Party has been adamant in condemning a proposal by the Elections and Boundaries Commission to postpone the timing of re-registration of voters after the 2018 municipal elections, but to conduct a re-districting exercise be...
  • BNTU Calls For Cleaning Of Registration Of Voting List

    Last year the Belize National Teachers Union organized an 11 days industrial strike action against the Government as they fought for good governance. As a result of the strike, the union had managed to successfully gain the appointment of the 13th Senator...
  • PUP Says Belize's Foreign Reserved Were Never At Risk

    Last night via a press release the United Democratic Party called on the People’s United Party to strip its lead Senator, Eamon Courtenay, from his Senatorial seat after Courtenay had filed a constitutional challenge requesting for the Court to strike d...
  • A Look At A Small Mayan Cave In Caledonia

    Earlier in the week we reported on the discovery of a Mayan cave in the village of Caledonia. There were reports that artefacts were found and that there was some evidence of structures inside. Today we went to the community and to the site of the discove...