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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  • Man charged for drug possesion

    Tonight a resident of San Estevan is behind bars after he busted on a bus with drugs in his possession. According to an official report, yesterday at about 1:30pm Police conducted a search on 30 year old Melvin Perdomo, who was travelling on a Tillett’s...
  • Men acquitted for 2004 Belize Bank robbery

    The broad daylight bank robbery at the Belize Bank Limited Orange Walk Branch in March of 2004 left residents shaken, especially after a shootout between the five men who entered the bank and Orange Walk Police led to the death of one of the robbers. ...
  • Orange Walk men held at gunpoint

    Three men from the Orange Walk District, all employees of the Circle R Food Supply Company, were victims of a vicious armed robbery last night in Belize City. Reports are that at around 9:00 last night two trucks belonging to the company were returnin...
  • U.S fugitive captured in Corozal Town

    Fugitives from the United States for some reason seem to consider Belize a safe haven where they can hide from justice indefinitely. That may have been the case at one time when technology and communication between law enforcement officials globally weren...
  • Shyne concert

    If we were a newspaper rather than a newscast, the headline would probably read – Belize’s Musical Ambassador Accused of Scamming Belizeans – or maybe – Prime Minister’s Son on the Run after Concert Con…well, you get the picture. On Saturd...
  • Prime Minister's Condones attack on woman

    When the U.D.P’s Guardian newspaper published an offensive photograph of the President of the United Women’s Group of the People’s United Party on the front page of their March 17th edition, it sent shock waves across the nation. Women’s groups f...
  • Work on Sugar Industry turbines moving slowly but surely

    There is still trouble in the sugar industry. After the 2011 cane crop got off to a late start, the Belize Sugar Industries factory had to be temporarily shut down due to malfunctioning turbines at the BELCOGEN plant. Late last week, things were lookin...
  • Murder conspirators of Shoman Family back in Court

    The five men who are on trial for allegedly plotting to kill businessman, Jose Shoman, and his family were back in court for the umpteenth time.  This morning, Justice Adolph Lucas instructed the nine member jury to acquit Eswin Rozalez, Carlos Ju...
  • Countdown to PUP Corozal Bay Convention

    On Sunday, the political constituency of Corozal Bay will be buzzing with activity as four dynamic candidates offer themselves as PUP standard bearers in the area. Last week we spoke to all four and they told us all about the many concerns being voiced by...
  • LIKE MIKE…!

    Most Belizeans would be excused for wanting to be ‘like Mike,’ and we don’t mean Michael Jordan. After all, that UDP insider, brother to a Minister, unabashed crony and Barrow buddy has landed himself a cushy, lucrative posting at Beltraide on th...
  • More UDP Pain!!!

    IMF recommends tax increase, wage freeze & employment cap Belize City, January 20th, 2011 In 2010, the Barrow Administration hiked General Sales Tax by 25%.  That measure, which is still causing greater hardships for middle and low-income ear...
  • Opposition to oil drilling warns of civil disobedience

    The Barrow Administration has been served a stern and unequivocal warning of looming civil disobedience by conservation groups and activists who are lobbying for a ban on offshore drilling and oil exploration in protected areas. The activists, belongi...
  • Barrow bows to pressure

    City of Belmopan, February 2nd, 2011 Under pressure from growing public discontent and protest action, the Barrow Administration announced that it was withdrawing from their highly-perceived intention to issue a new oil exploration license for the 1.1...
  • To SSB… with love!

    Social Security employees plan nationwide protest Belize City, February 9, 2011 Reliable sources have indicated to the BELIZE TIMES that hundreds of Social Security workers are planning to stage a sickout against their management – of all days on Va...
  • Another Land Scandal!

    Belize City, February 23rd, 2011Kimano Barrow, newly-minted oil magnate, who was recently exposed for having been granted a major multi-million exploration concession for oil and other minerals in Southern Belize, is back in the grabs again.This time it...
  • Fronting for foreigners all along?

    Belize City, February 15, 2011By Carla BradleyAt last week’s press conference, Prime Minister Dean Barrow did his utmost best to distance himself from having any influence whatsoever over the granting of a large oil concession to his nephew, Kimano Ba...