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Who was responsible for flawed UB financial reports?

It has been a bad week for the University of Belize. A financial crisis brought the university to its knees when the current Board of Trustees received information from the [...]

Scope of UB audit extended

The financial situation at the University of Belize is still under investigation by the board. The board doesn’t run the day to day operations of the school. The institution is [...]

Common-law-wife charged for setting home on fire

A small wooden home in the Saint Martin’s De Porres Area was gutted in an early morning blaze. The neighborhood was engulfed with smoke during the morning commute. The fire [...]

Trade between Belize and Guatemala formalized

Belize and Guatemala have been trading informally for years, but today trade was formalized with the signing of a partial scope agreement that had been languishing before the Guatemalan congress [...]

Belize/Guatemala agreement to provide more opportunities

The agreement will provide better trading opportunities and Coleman says the delay in passage of the agreement was with the Guatemalan congress. Orla Kantun Coleman “I know at the technical [...]

Confidence building measures at the adjacency zone

The partial scope agreement has finally been ratified, but both countries are still grappling with a territorial claim. You would not have known, however, there is a dispute by Guatemala [...]

Women upset about police raid on home

There have been frequent reports of home invasions in the city by criminals, but in this case, a family says their house was busted by law enforcement officers. The Saint [...]

Suspect charged with the murder of Eddie Neal

The grieving mother of Eddie Neal, a.k.a. “EddieMac,” who was gunned down on Monday night in Port Loyola was in court this morning for the arraignment of her son’s accused [...]

Alleged gunman charged for Attempted Murder of minor

An old beef is said to be the motive behind Wednesday night’s shooting of seventeen year old Kenrick Longsworth of Castle Street. His mother, Lavern Longsworth, alleges her son’s life [...]

Court of Appeal orders two retrials

The Court of Appeal has ordered two retrials in its October session. At the end of this session today, convicted murderer, twenty-one year old Tiffara Smith was granted a retrial. [...]

Lots to eat and drink at national food fair

About a billion people are without food around the world and at least fifty-four thousand families have been affected by a food crisis in neighboring Guatemala. On this side of [...]

Belize receives scholarships from Mexican university

One component of the Caribbean Single Market and Economy is the free movement of skilled labor throughout the region. What this means is that Belizeans have to be more competitive [...]

Educators learn new teaching strategies

Educators from the Americas and elsewhere are conferring in Belize City. And from the looks of it, the educators are learning new teaching strategies and having fun. They are taking [...]

Safiyyah scouts out the weekend entertainment spots

The weekend is here and that means that Safiyyah has been scouting around for fun activities. Dust off your dancing shoes because there are many bashes around the town and [...]