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Will it be the P.U.P. Gospel according to Mark?

The sudden resignation of John Briceño as leader of the P.U.P. sent shockwaves through the party and was all the buzz going into the long weekend. Insiders and political observers [...]

Or will it be the P.U.P.’s King Arthur?

With thirty days to go, the Belize Rural North Standard Bearer and political novice, Arthur Saldivar, has promptly announced that he intends to contest the leadership of the P.U.P.  Political [...]

Illegal shipment of rosewood intercepted by forest department

In June, 2010 the Supreme Court delivered a breakthrough decision affirming the ancestral rights of thirty-eight Mayan villages in the south. That decision allows the Maya communities to log and [...]

Heist of coastguard vessel

Was it an inside job that caused thieves to pull off a daring midnight burglary at what should have been a highly guarded military compound? Not much has been confirmed, [...]

Washington post Article on Drug Trafficking in Belize

Belize was blacklisted by the United States in September as one of the countries that play a major role in the transnational movement of drugs. The bad press continued today [...]

Toledo Communities oppose GMOs

The importation and experimental use of GMO corn seeds has stirred controversy.  Last week government caused the destruction of a container of the seeds that had been brought into the [...]

Honduran man killed on Citrus Farm in Stann Creek

On Friday night we told you about the gruesome murder of an unidentified Hispanic man in the Stann Creek District. On October sixth, Dangriga Police responded to a feeder road [...]

Duke Pollard, Temporary Justice of Appeal

There’s a new face on the bench at the Court of Appeal. He is Guyanese Professor Duke Pollard who was today sworn in by Governor General, Sir Colville Young, as [...]

Nicholas Swazo charged for Murder of hardware store owner

Businessman, Wendelin Reimer, was violently attacked and killed in a broad daylight robbery last Friday afternoon. It is believed that three culprits were involved and today one suspect was arraigned [...]

17 and 19 year olds remanded for bicycle robber

A seventeen year old minor and nineteen year old Stephen Flowers were also charged with robbery today. The two allegedly held Justin Castillo at gunpoint on October second and stole [...]

Wil Maheia says Punta Gorda Dumpsite neglected

Several initiatives have been introduced across the country to properly dispose of waste and each municipality has a designated dump site. But in Punta Gorda the proper disposal of garbage, [...]

Injunction lifted; will there be cheaper electricity rates?

The Belize Electricity Limited and the Public Utilities Commission have been in and out of court over tariff reviews and rates. But all that has changed since the utility company [...]

Okeke opposes City Council construction

Stephen Okeke, he is an aspiring politician, he’s declared he wants to run for Belize City Mayor. Okeke is also an activist; you’ll hear his views on the airwaves on [...]

Duets served with a side order of $10,000

The long weekend is over, but it doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. That’s because KTV Duets is bringing you another exciting round of competition tonight as the semi [...]

Sports Tuesday with the multifaceted James Adderley

Good Evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. Much has been said about Friday’s disaster inside the FFB Stadium where an over-confident Belize National Football Selection was unceremoniously [...]