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Prime Minister speaks about the UDP’s separation from Moya

Belize City Mayor, Zenaida Moya Flowers is offering no comments on her expulsion from her party. That decision was taken last Friday by the U.D.P. Ethics Committee for her explosive [...]

APAMO says ban oil drilling on seabed, but PM defends progress

Licenses issued for offshore oil exploration have stirred up environmentalists. So far eighteen companies have been granted concessions to search for petroleum on land and sea. Some of the concessions [...]

Prime Minister says his law firm’s relation to oil company is transparent

Still on oil, the Prime Minister’s law firm, Barrow and Williams, has been named as having a vested interest in one of the eighteen companies which have concessions to drill [...]

Viewers respond to Operation Jaguar

About seventy B.D.F. soldiers, thirty police officers and a smaller number of Coast Guard personnel are deployed to conduct Operation Jaguar. The financial costs are not known but the operation [...]

Kareem Francis acquitted of charges for 2007 murder

At only seventeen years old, Kareem Francis was charged in 2007 for the murder of fifteen year old Jomo Lamb. Today, three years later, Francis walked free of the charge [...]

Alwyn Gonzalez and Tiffara Bradley charged for cocaine and ammunition

And in the Magistrates’ Court, after four days in police custody, thirty year old Alwyn Gonzalez and twenty-six year old Tiffara Bradley were finally arraigned in on drug and ammunition [...]

Uncle and nephew shot in Belize City

While Operation Jaguar has been effective in slowing down criminals over the past week, one Belize City gunman managed to slip the watchful eyes of police patrols last night.  Shortly [...]

Death toll rises in Jamaica

In regional news, the state of emergency in Jamaica has the entire island on lockdown.  Over five hundred persons are in police custody and upwards of fifty persons have been [...]

Mayor of Cancun charged for drug trafficking in Mexico

In neighbouring Quintana Roo, the mayor of Cancun has been arrested because of suspicions that he has protected two drug cartels while in office. This has caused fear that there [...]

Will the Prime Minister be the next Minister of National Security?

There has been talk of a cabinet reshuffle for some time, in fact the Prime Minister said weeks ago that it would take place after the village council elections. Well [...]

Guatemalan Cross Country champion’s positive for banned substance

Guatemalan national Miguel Perez, winner of the Eighty-second Annual Cross Country Cycling Classic, remains the subject of an investigation carried out by the Belize Cycling Association.  As we reported on [...]

SOL Belize wants company with oil concession to stop using its name

Earlier we heard the Prime Minister say that he wouldn’t stand in the way of oil exploration. Well, there is one company, which has been granted a concession to drill [...]

Counterfeit Belizean currency found in Mexico

Contraband markets, like counterfeit money, are no easy feat for authorities to crack down on.  So when counterfeit money turns up at contraband market then the problem is compounded for [...]

Barrow does not support campaign manager’s bar in community

Karim Berges, the National Campaign Manager for the United Democratic Party attempted to establish a bar and conference room at number forty eight Baymen Avenue in Belize City.  Baymen Avenue [...]

Dialysis patient’s creative fundraiser to pay medical bills

There have been several fundraisers to assist the well known Jose Cruz, a dialysis patient and activist for others diagnosed with kidney problems. But chronic renal failure is a lifelong [...]