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Illegal Guatemalan loggers exchange shots with B.D.F.

The Chiquibul Forest has been under attack for decades by Guatemalans who cut and pillage Belize’s resources for profit.  As a matter of routine, the illegal clearings and campsites are [...]

National Coast Guard saves 3 persons on sinking vessel

While the B.D.F. was patrolling in the west, the Belize Coast Guard was called out on a rescue mission.  On Thursday morning the Coast Guard responded to a distress call [...]

Will the public profit from Telemedia acquisition?

The government has now twice nationalized Belize Telemedia, as it says, for public purpose. But will the public really profit from the acquisition? In our last poll we asked viewers [...]

Chamber votes to tell government uphold and obey rule of law

Just before news time this evening, the Belize Chamber of Commerce ratified a resolution that will land at the prime minister’s office. It follows government’s actions in respect of the [...]

Telephone love? Ministry of Works spends over $300,000 on calls

There’s a lot of talking going on at the Ministry of Works… so much so that the Ministry’s telephone bill will make you grasp for some air. We came across [...]

Angel Moreira JP; involved in fraud, but not a member of JP Association

During the past two weeks we’ve reported on several incidences in which landowners lost their properties to fraudsters who used forgery and a willing Justice of the Peace who signed [...]

President of JP Association says GOB refuses to legalize JP Act

Issues of the Justices of the Peace could have been solved years ago. According to Madrid, a former P.U.P. city councilor, in 2006, the council gave an office to the [...]

Cop, Elvis Mai, to stand trial for extortion

It’s been a bad week for cops. Yannic Wade is under question for Carnal Knowledge of a fifteen year old girl, who gave birth on Thursday. He hasn’t been charged [...]

Easy Glenn makes loan payment to avoid going to Kolbe

Glenford Adolphus, better known as Easy Glenn, is an outspoken former employee of the Belize City Council and a well known face around the city. You’ll probably remember the U.D.P. [...]

Marketing and innovation for small businesses

But there’s other news; twenty Belizean women from across the country are participating in a two day Marketing workshop. The Institute of Mexico collaborated with the University of Quintana Roo [...]

Cooperative Department and Peace Corps sign MOU

The Cooperative Department and the Peace Corps signed a memorandum of understanding today. For the next two years six Peace Corps, one per district, will be working in Belize to [...]

F.F.B. national selection plays warm up game against Honduras’ Marathon

The Football Federation of Belize has been in and out of court this week trying to settle with the National Sports Council over the use of the sporting facilities in [...]

Track and Field athletes bring home plenty medals

Belizean athletes have been performing top notch in the international arena; most recently in Special Olympics Games, World Cup Qualifiers, Karate and the under seventeen COCABA tournament. Well, today we [...]

Asha Pastor in Nicaragua for Iberoamerican Karate Championship

In more sporting news, the Belize Karate Federation (BKF) is participating in the Iberoamerican Karate Championships in Managua, Nicaragua. This is the first time that our athletes are taking part [...]

What’s Hot? Safiyyah goes shopping at Best Boutiques

It’s a payday weekend and we suggest you treat yourself to something special. So tonight Safiyyah will take you shopping at some of the best boutiques around town to find [...]