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Over a thousand march in Pomona Valley over citrus industry woes

In the south, the citrus belt has been fraught with controversy for months. The fight is between the Citrus Growers Association versus its subsidiary Citrus Products of Belize Limited. The [...]

Sleeping B.D.F. soldiers sentenced to 40 days and nights for missing M16

One police officer and two B.D.F. soldiers were asleep on the job when they lost an M-sixteen A-one rifle on Saturday morning. The police have not been heard from but [...]

Question raised over shooting: Did bicycle part resemble gun?

There were also other crimes committed in the wave of bloodshed over the past weekend. Two men were killed and two others seriously injured to add to the long list [...]

Biltmore security was stabbed eight times

The other fatality happened at the Best Western Belize Biltmore Plaza where a Nigerian security guard was attacked and murdered in cold blood by three men. Kaluru Oloungududu was ambushed [...]

Henry Canton says he won’t leave his post at CPBL

Early in the newscast, we reported that the numbers at the CGA’s protest were over a thousand strong and you heard the chairman of that Association, Brian Bowman, say that [...]

B.N.T.U. wants GOB to postpone Education and Training Bill

The Belize National Teacher’s Union has been at odds with government over a myriad of issues; its latest beef is that since 2008, it has not been able to sit [...]

Will B.N.T.U. reign over the Capital on Friday?

Still, the Ministry of Education will proceed with the bill to the House but it may not be smooth sailing because the B.N.T.U.’s membership is said to be organizing to [...]

“Haad pay” City Council back in court over debts

“Haad pay” City Council was taken back to court today by the Belize Maintenance Limited. This all goes back to November of 2009 when BML secured a clean legal victory [...]

Philip Willoughby is dubbed Belize City Deputy Mayor

In other developments at City hall, there is a new deputy mayor for the City and guess who… it’s Philip Willoughby.  Willoughby beat Leila Peyrefitte who was aspiring to move [...]

Kareem Lopez acquitted of Murder after 4 years in jail

Whether or not Kareem Lopez pulled the trigger in the broad daylight murder of Mark Gardiner in 2006 will not be confirmed because his case was thrown out today and [...]

Rural north burglars now behind bars

Two of three Ladyville residents who were accused of terrorizing the home of five different Vista del Mar residents are spending their first night at the Hattieville Ramada after they [...]

Stephen Okeke loses case against UB for unlawful termination

The University of Belize handed Stephen Okeke his marching orders on August thirteenth, 2004. But the engineering lecturer wasn’t ready to go and felt that he was wrongfully terminated. So [...]

Planning for Belize in 2030; New Horizon laying groundwork

The government is facing its second annual budget with a deficit of about sixty million dollars. While GOB is still grappling on how to bridge the budget and keep the [...]

Get ready to be counted on Census Day

Every ten years, the population is counted. The census determines a number of issues and provides updated information on population growth and trends, gender, race, employment and other interesting data [...]