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US Ambassador Speaks About Border Dispute

On Thursday, a group of journalists from across the local media participated in a round-table with U.S. Ambassador Carlos Moreno at the embassy in Belmopan.  During the forum a range of issues [...]

Commercial Centre Gets A Facelift

About thirty-four million dollars is being spent on road works in the Old Capital. Today, Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley, along with the Taiwanese Ambassador launched another project to complement [...]

Municipalities Complain About Belize City Council Bailout

Sanitation has been in the news incessantly, with the B.M.L. situation threatening to blow up and out of control. A very timely intervention by Prime Minister Barrow in the form [...]

OW Mayor Speaks on Infrastructure Project

Phase one of the infrastructure program in Orange Walk Town is underway, including paving of the Belize/Corozal Road, sidewalks and drainage. It’s a huge project, about four miles of road [...]

And on San Antonio road Project…

Mayor Bernard is so happy about the road work that he’s not even making much noise about the infamous San Antonio Road. U.D.P. contractor of choice, Imer Hernandez, who happens [...]

Over Forty Sanitation Workers Arraigned for Loitering and Littering Following Protest

There is a lot to report tonight from the court, including the all-day arraignment of forty-one BML sanitation workers and a near confrontation between those workers and Mayor Darrell Bradley. [...]

Mayor Bradley Comments On Not Addressing Disgruntled BML Employees

As we told you sanitation workers were at court this morning and there, a near-confrontation between angry BML workers and Mayor Darrell Bradley happened in front of Magistrate’s Court number [...]

Still No Timeline for Payment of BML Debt

At the heart of the ongoing sanitation crisis is an outstanding balance of one point four million dollars which City Hall owes to Belize Maintenance Limited for eighteen weeks of [...]

BML’s Operations Manager On CitCo’s Plan to Address Garbage in 2015

Mayor Bradley has maintained his hard line where Belize Maintenance Limited is concerned. BML’s contract is worth seventy-eight thousand dollars a week, and Bradley says that CitCo can take over [...]

Maya Community Leaders Say They Were Not Invited to Meeting with U.S. Capital

There is an apparent dissention within the Maya community to report on tonight, following a release from the elected leaders of Conejo, Crique Sarco, Midway and Graham Creek.  The group [...]

Forestry Department investigates killing of a Jaguar

The Forestry Department is currently investigating the killing of a jaguar up north. Two officers of the department are currently in Sarteneja Village, in the Corozal district where the vicious [...]

Vigil to be Held in Honor of Slain Teenager

As we told you, a seventeen year old Wesley High School graduate has been charged with the murder of sixteen year old Chryslin Gladden. That has sparked a vigil for [...]

Female Manatee Killed in Water-taxi Mishap…

It has not been a good year for manatees; a growing number of the endangered mammals has been killed in boating accidents. Over the weekend, a mature female manatee perished [...]

Drilling equipment lands on Temash National Park

U.S. Capital Energy is tonight one step closer to drilling for oil in the Sarstoon Temash National Park.  On Thursday, a convoy of vehicles carrying heavy equipment used to set [...]

Puerto Azul Versus Conservation Community

There are still more questions than answers where the Puerto Azul mega-tourism project is concerned. Government has maintained that it can’t provide much information because the concept is still in [...]

Lands Commissioner Says Survey on Goff’s Caye is Illegal!

Two weeks after survey pegs were discovered on Goff’s Caye, signalling some sort of planned development, there is still no clue who placed the pegs there. The Ministry tried to [...]

CZMAI CEO Says Rangers Discovered Survey Pegs…

Goff’s Caye is one of the most popular and accessible public beaches to Belizeans so when rangers detected the survey pegs in June, it immediately raised eyebrows.  So who is [...]

CZMAI Did Not Give Authorization for Survey

We further quizzed the CZMAI on the survey and there was one possible explanation coming from C.E.O. Gillett. That is that someone, whose identity is still a mystery, may be [...]

Lands Commissioner speaks on Novelo Land Dispute!

In April 2014 Orange Walk resident Jose Novelo came to the media for help after a lease to a piece of land he had claimed and farmed for over forty [...]

Vallejos Blames Incompetence and Corruption for Problems in Lands…

The Novelo incident is not an isolated case, and it seems that not a week goes by without some land dispute or the other in some corner of the country. [...]

Minister of Lands Says They Will Cancel Goff’s Caye Lease

Who placed survey pegs on Goff Caye and what’s the plan for this beautiful, eminently accessible piece of Belizean paradise just eight miles from the mainland? That’s the million dollar [...]

Tour Operator Outlines 2002 Plan for Goff’s Caye

But while Minister Vega is focused on pointing political fingers at the previous administration, he may have to do some more digging to find out who is actually surveying Goff’s [...]

Cervantez Says He’s Not Surveying Goff’s Caye…So Who Is?

And it might have been, but it never happened. Wanting to do things the right way, Cervantes sought approval from the Belize Tourist Board and got it. But then he [...]

Goff’s Caye Surveyed, Is Development Next?

Last week there was some consternation and concern when survey pegs appeared on the much used and much loved Goff’s Caye. It may not be a world heritage site, but [...]

Overnight rains in Toledo inundates Southern Highway

Torrential rains overnight in the south have resulted in flooding in the Toledo District.  This morning, commuters along the Southern Highway were delayed near the Jacintoville Bridge where several inches [...]