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Still leaderless; 3 vie to be Head of P.U.P.

As we reported on Tuesday night, there is a leadership crisis in the People’s United Party; it continues to spiral out of control.  Here is where the party stands right [...]

Who will be the House Opposition leader?

While Henry Usher says there will be a leader of the opposition in the House on Friday, the situation is as follows. Just before Mark Espat announced he would not [...]

Murder linked to Bank Robbery

From politics to crime, just after seven o’clock on Tuesday night, a well-known criminal figure was executed on Reggae Street. At least two dozen bullets were fired at Noel Usher [...]

9th Amendment injunction case in Court

The House of Representatives is scheduled to meet at ten a.m. on Friday to pass the controversial Ninth Amendment Bill following the prescribed ninety-day consultation period after its introduction in [...]

COLA and citizens to demonstrate 9th

Still on the ninth, the government is sending out personal invitations for Friday’s sitting and the position of the opposition has been “no” but that is all before hell broke [...]

More on the Whylie Report

The Whylie Report on the investigation into the forty-two weapons that were stolen from the Belize Defence Force reveals a lack of security at the B.D.F. headquarters. The bulk store [...]

Mexican contractor with contract in Belize murdered in Mexico

The construction at the Marion Jones Stadium continued today as normal; but the news is spreading in both Belize and Mexico that one of the contractors on the multimillion dollar [...]

4 year old rape victim no longer in school

On Tuesday’s newscast, the mother of the alleged four-year-old rape victim said she would seek out Cheryl-Lynn Vidal, the Director of Public Prosecution and anyone else who can help get [...]

Belizeans for Justice BBQ for rape victim

While the mother turns to the authorities for assistance, help is on the way from another source. Belizeans for Justice is taking up the cause for the child. According to [...]

GSU raids cat

The GSU conducted a raid at the apartment of Albert Talbert, also known as Cat, early this morning on Maskal Street in Belize City. Cat was seen disposing of a [...]

Interdicted cop with bigamy charge in court

Police officer, Luciano Jaime Pena is before the courts for a charge that is not common in Belize.  The complaint against Pena was made by his wife Ruby Pena, who [...]

150 teachers still without paycheck

It’s past mid-October and several teachers are still waiting to be paid for the month of September. Around one hundred and fifty teachers from across the country did not receive [...]

Proper documentation necessary with hiring teachers

According to Leacock, the requirements for proper documents to be provided when hiring new teachers is nothing new, but it is only now being enforced by the Teaching Services Commission. [...]

Alternative to Violence Project Training

Most people refer to Belize as the jewel or Mother Nature’s best kept secret because of the natural beaches and exotic Maya sites. But the truth is that Belize is [...]

Triplets born at Western Regional

There’s a heartwarming story to report tonight. Irene Garcia and her common-law husband, Alfred Avilez are the proud parents of a set of triplets. The girls, who weighed in at [...]

Duets Finalists revealed; who will win $10,000?

The staging of KTV Duets, the song competition finals went off with a bang to a full house at the Bliss on Tuesday night. With energy pumping and excitement buzzing, [...]