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Strike continues, losses mounting in sugar industry

Financial losses to the sugar industry continue to grow and today, four days after violence erupted and one man was killed near its compound, the Belize Sugar Industries finally broke [...]

Nemencio Acosta says he won’t resign

But the core sampler is not the only issue that the cane farmers have… the other is Chairman of the Sugar Industry Control Board, Nemencio Acosta. Since Friday, the caneros [...]

Hundreds show up for vigil for Anatacio Gutierrez

The post mortem on the body of cane farmer Anatacio Gutierrez was performed this afternoon at the K.H.M.H. The result has not yet been released, but what is known is [...]

Belize Workers Union calls for resolution to crisis

Also in respect of the strike, the Belize Workers Union, representing hourly paid workers at BSI, today issued a release expressing regret on the death of Atanacio Gutierrez, the cane [...]

Body of murdered taxi driver fond on Western Highway

It has been a week of violence, including three murders in San Pedro alone. And tonight we report on another victim, a Belize City taxi driver. The Honduran national was [...]

Attorneys and D.P.P. battle in court Theft case

It was a full day in court for former P.U.P. Housing Minister, Ralph Fonseca over the ten million dollars from Venezuela gifted to Belize. Fonseca’s defense team and the Director [...]

One more charged in money laundering of over $1.5 million

One more person has been charged with Money Laundering in respect of the bust of one and a half million dollars on New Year’s Eve at MoneyGram. Thirty-three year old [...]

Man found with 22lbs of cannabis; charged with Drug Trafficking

A Belize City resident was caught with a substantial sum of cannabis in his home. Twenty-four year old Micah Lee Williams, a resident of Raccoon Street Extension, who police reportedly [...]

Police officer’s truck destroyed by fire on highway

A vehicle belonging to a police officer was destroyed by fire but the police department is not calling it arson yet. Augustine Cobb, a thirty-three year old Police Constable of [...]

Kids join Audubon in conservation efforts

The celebration of the Belize Audubon Society’s forty years of conservation efforts started with Wetlands Day on Monday. On Wednesday, the Mexican Cultural Institute played host to Shutter Speed, a [...]

P.U.P. launches platform in Orange Walk

In political news, you will know from the political ads in the media that the campaign for the March fourth municipal elections is well underway. And today in Orange Walk [...]

Healthy Living looks at coping with grief and loss

This week Healthy Living looks at issues of grief and loss; these are painful experiences that we will endure at some point or another. Coping with these problems is a [...]