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Final public consultation on the 9th Amendment

The consultations on the proposed Belize Constitution (Ninth Amendment) Bill, 2011 has been taken on a road show from Belize City to Corozal, Orange Walk, Punta Gorda, Dangriga, and Santa [...]

Belize Branch of National Teachers’ Union say no to the 9th Amendment

The proposed ninth amendment to the Belize Constitution was also discussed in the old capital on Wednesday at the Annual General Meeting of the Belize District branch of the Belize [...]

Pseudoephedrine case falling apart

In court news, three indicted Customs Officers were acquitted today of two counts of Forgery, which were levied after a container loaded with pseudoephedrine tablets disappeared from the Port of [...]

Viewer poll says GOB should focus on crime

Still on the ninth amendment, we asked our viewers this week whether the government should be spending its time and resources on the controversial bill or on curbing crime. The [...]

Belize Amateur Athletic Association suspends members

There has been a major shakeup within the hierarchy of the Belize Amateur Athletics Association following the release of a letter scrutinizing the presidency of Ian Gray. Six members of [...]

Grenada versus Belize on F.F.B. Field

The jury is still out on the problems within the BAAA, but another organization known for its recent tribulation, is currently having a great month.  With elections underway at the [...]

John Saldivar and FIFA’s Positive words on National Team

Earlier in the newscast you heard from the F.F.B. about the expectations and challenges for Friday’s live game. But it seems that the recent games that Belize has won in [...]

Several charged for Farm Center botched robbery

Eight persons were arraigned today on a slew of charges in connection to the midday robbery at the Farm Center on Tuesday. A seventeen year old minor, Mervin McDonald and [...]

Pardon me; Chief Magistrate forgives a thief

Earlier today, Fifty-two year old Lennox Pinks, a resident of Crooked Tree Village appeared before newly appointed Chief Magistrate Ann-Marie Smith to answer to charges of theft.  Instead of being [...]

Gospel Concert in the Park to uplift youths

And while the new Chief Magistrate has acted in good faith and pardoned Leonard Pinks, there is another person who believes that our fate depends on faith. Gospel singer Reality [...]

Minister Saldivar donates computers

From the inception of the Internet, access to information has leapt from paper to a digital format. As a developing country, there continues to be a need for greater access [...]

House donated to foster mom of 3

A Dangriga woman is the proud owner of a new home in that municipality. She was selected from a list of needy but deserving hopefuls to be the recipient of [...]

Healthy Living’s naked truth about Vitiligo

White spots on your skin?  It could be a number of skin conditions most of which are treatable at your dermatologist. Healthy Living looks at one of the culprits, Vitiligo. [...]