COLA Demands GOB Bust Open The Books On Faber's Road Contract

And as we told you last week, COLA is also highly sceptical of the million dollar contract and has e...

Franz Parke Is Appointed To The Courts Of Appeal Despite Growing Opposition

Despite growing opposition, this morning Governor General Sir Colville Young proceeded with the appo...

PUP Says 8 Million Dollars Farbers Road Contract Is Bloated

The controversy continues over a contract awarded by the Ministry of Works to Imer Hernandez Develop...

BNTU Scold PM Barrow And Demands Answers By October 20th

On October 3rd, the Belize National Teacher’s Union held a special ceremony in Belize City to commem...

Opposition Leader Weighs In Over The $8 Million Contract To Imer Hernandez

Yesterday the Opposition voiced their concerns over the awarding of an $8 million contract to Imer H...

  • COLA Demands GOB Bust Open The Books On Faber's Road Contract

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 02:37
  • Franz Parke Is Appointed To The Courts Of Appeal Despite Growing Opposition

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 02:42
  • PUP Says 8 Million Dollars Farbers Road Contract Is Bloated

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 02:59
  • BNTU Scold PM Barrow And Demands Answers By October 20th

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 03:05
  • Opposition Leader Weighs In Over The $8 Million Contract To Imer Hernandez

    Wednesday, 18 October 2017 03:05

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  • Commisioner Whylie Denies Interrupting Investigation Into Immigration Department

    Police Commissioner Allen Whylie was also in the hot seat for his Department’s refusal to investigate the criminal aspects of the Elvin Penner/Won Hong Kim scandal. Penner facilitated, with the aid of immigration officials, fraudulent Belizean nationali...
  • Compol Says He Knew Nothing About File

    But while ComPol Whylie was adamant that he was supportive of Valdez’ investigation and played no role in its premature ending, he certainly wasn’t interested enough to do the necessary follow up to ensure that it was completed.   Allen Whylie -...
  • Customs Officer Becomes First Belizean To Graduate From WCO Career Development Programme

    The World Customs Organization Career Development Program was established back in 2009 in collaboration with Japan Customs and provides selected candidates with an opportunity to undertake work at the WCO Secretariat. The program runs for a period of ten ...
  • Children Attending Summer Program Learn About Healthy Eating

    This afternoon about 25 children attending the annual Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints summer programme got a special visit from Mr. Belize Rigo Vellos, who stopped in to talk to them about healthy eating and healthy living. The children are at...
  • CEO Explains Why Belizeans Must Be Sprayed At Northern Border BAHA Quarantine Facility

    In December, the Government of Belize through BAHA and in partnership with OIRSA unveiled a brand new spraying facility at the Northern Border for the purpose of sanitizing foreign vehicles entering Belize. But shortly after opening, the authorities began...
  • Belizean Moto Taxi In The Zone Says Mexican Taxis Are Hurting Their Business

    In yesterday’s newscast we told you about the police’s discovery of 1,578 grams of cannabis inside a Chetumal taxi car that was stopped and searched inside the Santa Elena border area over the weekend. Mexican driver 55 year old Jorge Anzures Alfaro a...
  • BSCFA and BSI/ASR Must Seek Way Forward Says CEO Alpuche

    Since we were on the topic of direct consumption sugar exports, we also asked the CEO to comment on the current stalemate between the Belize Sugar Industries/ASR and the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association over the contents of a new agreement between t...
  • There is Still Room for Improvement In The Industry, Says CEO In MOA

    The 2016-2017 sugar crop which closed at the ending of June has had mixed results and reviews. Yes sugar production increased but the amount of cane milled was below the estimated target. Yes more cane farmers were exposed to mechanized harvesting, but fe...
  • Traffic Accident Claims One Life On The San Victor/San Narciso Road

    A man lost his life in a traffic collision that occurred on the San Victor Village road on Saturday night. The victim was a passenger in a blue and silver two-door Mazda pickup that was heading towards San Narciso Village but which ran off the road an...
  • Minister of Tourism Testifies Before Senate Select Committee, His Recommendation Were Simply To Assist, He Says

    It’s open season on politicians to testify before the Senate Select Committee inquiry, or so it seems, as two more Cabinet Ministers under the Barrow Administration sat before the Senate Select Committee to give testimony about their involvement in matt...
  • Taiwan Announces Visa-Free Entry For Belizeans

    The Government of Taiwan today announced visa-free entry for nationals of its diplomatic allies in the Caribbean, including Belize. According to a statement from Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the initiative is being done to “demonstrate the cl...
  • Minor Charged For Being In Possesion Of Homemade Firearm

    A sixteen year old Orange Walk minor from Black Water Creek Trial Farm, is tonight in police custody after he was caught in possession of a homemade firearm along with several rounds of live ammunition.     The seizer was made during an early mornin...
  • David and Anke Doehm Charged for Child Cruelty

    The office of the DPP has given directive to impose the charge of ‘Cruelty to a child’ to Anke Doehm and David Doehm, the adoptive parents of thirteen year old Faye Lin Cannon, following her death last week in San Pedro. Anke Doehm has been arrested a...
  • Fisherman Charged For Undersized Lobster

    A Sarteneja man was today fined over six hundred dollars in the Belize City Magistrates court for being in possession of undersized lobsters.   Forty seven year old Fransisco Villamil, was caught yesterday at Home Protector Park located off Coney Dri...
  • OW Police Confiscate More Than 20 Pounds Of Marijuana

    Tonight, the never ending battle on drugs has landed two Corozal men behind bars after Orange Walk Police busted them with a significant amount of weed.   At about 10:05 this morning, a vehicular checkpoint was conducted near the Establo roundabout, ...
  • BSI/ASR Looks For New Market For DC Sugar

    With a record breaking end to the 2016-2017 sugar cane crop season, Belize’s premier industry is now bracing for direct competition come October of this year following the recent EU reform on world sugar prices. While Belize will continue to benefit fro...
  • Exercise Caution When Buying Vicks

    The Department of Health services is advising Belizeans to exercise caution when purchasing the popular Vicks products. It has come to the attention of the Department that counterfeit Viks’ Vaporub and Vicks’ inhaler products have been discovered in r...
  • Belize Sailing Association Holds Training For Sailor Coaches

    A five-day technical training for coaches in the sport of sailing got underway yesterday in Corozal Town, under the auspices Belize Sailing Association. The seminar is being conducted by an international instructor who seeks to provide the theoretical and...
  • More Evidence Surfaces In Case Of BDF Uniforms..Is High Ranking Officer Involved?

    Tonight there are new details to report on the suspicious case of dozens of BDF uniforms and old outboard engines that should have been disposed of and destroyed, but which were instead found in a private citizen’s home here in Orange Walk Town. As we h...
  • Cane Farmer Commits Suicide

    A post mortem examination conducted on the body of 45 year old Manuel Novelo a cane farmer from the Village of San Estevan, Orange Walk District has ruled that he committed suicide.   Novelo’s body was discovered at a cane field located about 2 ...