Orange Walk Resident Shot During Altercation With Custom And BDF Officers

Unconfirmed reports to CTV3 news is that a confrontation between Orange Walk residents and officials...

Regular and Diesel Prices Increase

If your gas tank is running close to empty, our advice to you would be to full up before midnight be...

Minister Faber Expresses Disappointment In Auditor General's Report

Today Hon Patrick Faber also spoke on the Auditor General’s findings in particular those that dealt ...

John Briceno Speaks On Auditor General's Report Of Government Expenditures

On the agenda also for Friday’s House Sitting, will be the presentation of the 2012-2013 Auditor Gen...

Will The Opposition Support Decriminalization Of Marijuana?

On Friday, the House of Representatives will meet to consider a number of bills, one reportedly bein...

  • Orange Walk Resident Shot During Altercation With Custom And BDF Officers

    Wednesday, 16 August 2017 03:08
  • Regular and Diesel Prices Increase

    Wednesday, 16 August 2017 03:10
  • Minister Faber Expresses Disappointment In Auditor General's Report

    Thursday, 17 August 2017 02:30
  • John Briceno Speaks On Auditor General's Report Of Government Expenditures

    Thursday, 17 August 2017 02:37
  • Will The Opposition Support Decriminalization Of Marijuana?

    Thursday, 17 August 2017 02:41

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    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...
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    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...
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    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...