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Belize Energy Workers Union accuses BEL of union busting

Belize Electricity Limited has yet another fire to put out. Today President of the Belize Energy Worker’s Union, Sean Nicholas, issued a letter to C.E.O. Lynn Young alleging once again [...]

Forty BSI workers may soon join unemployment line

It is the fifth day since the country’s only sugar mill cranked up again at Tower Hill and things are going back to normal in respect of cane deliveries. Last [...]

Moody’s Investor Service increases Belize’s bond rating

With the new fiscal year quickly approaching and a sixty million dollar deficit that needs financing, GOB has received some good news of sorts and that is that Belize has [...]

Price of butane gas up by seven dollars

In the past four months, there have been four changes to the price of the cylinder of butane gas. The last three were decreases in the months of November and [...]

B.T.I.A. challenges businesses to stop using polystyrene

And in news on the environment, expanded polystyrene foam, mistakenly known as Styrofoam, has been in existence since the 1940s… but while the containers produced with the material are handy, [...]

Three suspects wanted in San Pedro triple murder

It was on February third that San Pedro police discovered the last two bodies in the triple murders that occurred the weekend of Friday, January thirtieth. While San Pedro police [...]

Toledo man remanded for abusing toddler

And in news on domestic abuse, a carpenter of the Toledo District has been remanded into custody after he failed to meet bail for physically abusing his two year old [...]

Suspect in decapitation found not guilty of Manslaughter

The case of a man who was charged for a home invasion and decapitation in Lords Bank ended today. The trial of twenty year old Robert Gillett, charged with manslaughter [...]

Charges against Roger Wagner upgraded to Murder

Roger Wagner had been on bail for the attempted murder of Griffith Green Junior, but tonight he is behind bars because Green has died. Wagner’s charge was upgraded to Murder [...]

Accents Gift Shop robbed in broad daylight

The attack on the business community is relentless and Belize City police are looking for two suspects following another armed jacking in broad daylight, this time against B.E.L. But the [...]

Open Your Eyes to love at Valentine’s concert

There is special treat for you tomorrow morning, and that is because Open Your Eyes, Channel Five’s morning show, will be hosting another live concert with William and myself. It [...]

Beres Hammond arrives for Valentines performance

He is well known in the music world and in Belize he is loved. Beres Hammond’s arrived today for his second visit to the jewel. The fifty-three year old reggae-soul [...]

Tek It or Leave It’s last player is big winner

Last Wednesday night, the final episode of this season Tek it Or Leave It played at the Bliss and what a show it was as thirty-nine year old Valarie Stephen [...]

Traveling Caribbean Film Festival stops at the Bliss

There is pretty much a shortage of films produced locally and regionally. But you will have a wide selection to view beginning this coming weekend because a repertoire of films [...]

Mayoral candidates from the west say “vote for me”

As part of our coverage leading up to the March fourth municipal elections, this week, mayoral hopefuls from the twin towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena and Benque were [...]

Healthy Living looks at maternal mortality

Family planning is largely seen as a way to reduce mortality. Healthy Living looks at one organization that offers options in Belize. Marleni Cuellar, Reporting According to Family Health International [...]