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A protest for all causes and the squatters

It was not one of the biggest protests, but COLA and Belizeans for Justice stepped up pressure on the government today on a wide gamut of issues from the recent [...]

Market Vendors on the verge of industrial action

Not far away at the Michael Finnegan Market, things were also heating up. For months, there has been a myriad of problems that have pitted vendors against Belize City Councilor, [...]

Is government justified in using force to evict the squatters?

The eviction of squatters from the site of the Chetumal Street Bridge has elicited a mixed bag of responses from the public. Over five hundred people polled on our last [...]

National Sports Council no longer recognizes several organizations

The Belize Football Federation has been at odds with the Ministry of Sports for some time. When it didn’t meet registration requirements by failing to submit its financials, the ministry [...]

Bus Owners no longer negotiating with Melvin Hulse, Minister of Transport

The embattled chairman of the Belize Bus Owners Association, who was accused of not consulting with his membership before accepting an offer on bus routes for the west, stepped out [...]

Ted Armstrong freed after jailed since 2006

Thirty-five year old Ted Armstrong was escorted in shackles when he arrived at court today but walked away a free man having spent five years behind bars. Armstrong was twice [...]

What happened to B.E.L.’s suppliers?

Time is running out for Belize Electricity Limited as its arrangement with the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (C.F.E.) of Mexico, which supplies about seventy percent of the country with power, [...]

U.S. National who committed suicide in PG scammed his victims

In the last week of April 2011, two American citizens took their own lives in the Jewel. Michael Virgin, a firefighter was known to be depressed, and he hung himself [...]

Honduras tells OAS Assembly that allied approach will win battle against crime

The OAS forty-first General Assembly focused on citizen security in the Americas and the discussions wrapped up today in San Salvador. A declaration for a regional approach to tackle transnational [...]

Wilfred Elrington says prevention is key to win regional crime battle

While the ideas coming from the general assembly emphasize the need for strengthened law enforcement entities, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Wilfred “Sedi” Elrington, says that might not be the best [...]

Belize’s Ambassador to Guatemala talks about highway to Jalacte

On Monday you heard the Foreign Minister of Guatemala, Haroldo Rhodas, speak about the referendum on the Belize/Guatemala dispute. While in Salvador, we caught up with Belize’s Ambassador to Guatemala, [...]

Yes to I do! Season 2 of Marital Bliss

If you have been waiting, well Season Two of our Reality Wedding, From Yes to I Do, is back tonight. Five couples have been selected and will now compete to [...]