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P.U.P. calls for government to respect Rule of law

The People’s United Party did not attend the Special House sitting when the Government acquired Belize Electricity Limited on June twentieth and its parliamentarians walked out of the House this [...]

Briceño says P.M. benefits from relationship with Ashcroft Group

During Monday’s Special Sitting of the House, Prime Minister Dean Barrow gave a close replay of his 2009 speech when he first nationalized Telemedia and chastised Briceño’s family for selling [...]

A P.U.P. government would disband the Gang Suppression Unit

After discussing nationalization and the rule of law, the crime wave sweeping the country also came up at the P.U.P. conference this morning. The increasing body count and casualties became [...]

Taxpayers will pay for Telemedia acquisition, but will consumers or lawyers benefit?

Tonight’s question is: In the long term Belizean taxpayers will pay for the acquisition of Telemedia, but who will benefit: Consumers or Lawyers? Send your comments and responses using your [...]

The murder count for Belize

On many polls the common concern is over crime. This year has turned out to be particular violent and murderous. At the end of 2010, there were one hundred and [...]

Red Rat convicted of molesting 5 year old

In court news, there is a conviction and an acquittal to report tonight. Enrique Pandy, also known as “Red Rat” was convicted of Aggravated Assault of an Indecent Nature for [...]

Man who was shot 4 times loses memory at trial

Over at the Supreme Court, two men walked from charges of Attempted Murder.  The victim, Elton Bradley, was shot four times on May twenty-ninth, 2009 and because one of the [...]

Jamaican Belizean Cheryl Krusen becomes the new Solicitor General

There’s a new Solicitor General in Belmopan who took up the post as of July first, when Oscar Ramjeet’s term ended. According to a release from the Press Office, Cheryl [...]

Businessman Steven Okeke says mayor should take charge at market

Wholesale vendors operating along Hicatee Street just outside the Michael Finnegan Market are again up in arms over the deplorable conditions they are enduring from the rains in the past [...]

John Briceño says P.U.P. leadership is strong

This morning’s press conference lasted well over two hours at the Biltmore Plaza. John Briceño, the P.U.P. party leader zeroed in on a number of pressing issues, but his leadership [...]

Chamber meets to draft resolution on its position on government’s method of acquisition

At news time tonight, the Belize Chamber of Commerce is meeting to consider a draft resolution on the Chamber’s position in regards to the business climate in Belize, the method [...]

Said Musa tells P.M. that his name “stink dah road”

The nationalization of the utility companies was also a particular sticking point for the P.U.P.’s Fort George Area Representative.  Former Prime Minister Said Musa, took the podium and gave a [...]

Belize to participate in pan American Games

The Pan American Games is a multi-sport event held every four years with athletes from all nations in the Americas. The sixteenth staging of the games will be held in [...]

Haute couture at Design Week

Whether you are a fashionista or not, we recommend you head out to the Biltmore Plaza where emerging designers are displaying a range of fashion items. From ethnic styles to [...]

Child with skin cancer needs help

In other news, an Orange Walk mother is asking the public for financial assistance toward medical treatment for her two year old baby boy. Jovita Tillett says that her son, [...]