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Recent superbond Restructuring offer rejected by GOB

There were hopes that a deal would be struck when the Debt Review Team and the Coordinating Committee of Belize Bondholders met following the US thanksgiving holiday. But the result [...]

B.T.I.A. attends consultations with Bond Negotiation committee

Government and bondholders are at a stalemate five months after the negotiations started and are basically back at square one. But Jim Scott, the former president of the B.T.I.A., said [...]

5.5 million dollars of Bradley bond sold

While bondholders and government are at a standstill, the Belize City municipal bond is trading beyond expectations. Since going public on Monday, Belize City Mayor, Darrell Bradley says there has [...]

Structuring shares of bond for sale

A total of eleven individuals and businesses have bought into the primary offering since it was launched on November twenty-sixth.  The smallest shares are in the amount of two individual [...]

Radar wasn’t working when drug plane landed on the highway

The trial involving several law enforcement officers accused in the largest drug seizure in recent history continued today before Justice Denis Hanomansingh in the Dangriga courts with arguments from the [...]

Who raided McAfee’s property today?

John McAfee, the anti-virus founder, has faded from the media headlines in recent days, but he continues to blog about life in hiding and in Belize on a whole. In [...]

Mayor Bradley explains the garbage fee arrangement with BWS

Last Friday, Belize Water Services Ltd., the collecting agent for the proposed residential garbage fee, issued a release outlining the conditions under which the city council partnership can be successful.  [...]

B.T.I.A. hosts AGM for tourism partners

The tourism industry has had a successful year. That commendable sentiment came in the report card that was presented at the annual general meeting of the Belize Tourism and Industry [...]

63 year old woman defiant during robbery

Two women were victims of thieves this week. On Monday, forty nine year old Rosa Tejada, a resident of Dean Street left her home between nine a.m. and four thirty [...]

K-9 unit sniffs out cocaine in Placencia

A special joint operation by the K-nine unit and Placencia Police yielded a significant amount of cocaine early this morning. The first find was a kilo of cocaine, followed by [...]

Villager turns himself in after stabbing woman multiple times

Also in Placencia, twenty-four year old Lizet Cocom was stabbed multiple times on November fifteenth on her neck, back and hands, allegedly by her estranged common-law husband. The incident was [...]

Guatemalan caught smuggling Salvadoran into Belize

Forty-eight year-old Rolando Velasquez Darbon pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting when he appeared before Magistrate Adolph Lucas Jr. in court today. He was busted on Wednesday slipping a Salvadoran [...]

Minister of National Security says crime is down

There were six murders over the past weekend alone and the continuous spate of violent crimes has residents on edge countrywide. But in his address at the B.T.I.A. AGM today, [...]

Caribbean Shores Drop in Center for youths

Proper communication with communities has always been essential for cops to maintain peace in neighborhoods. The Zone Beat Liaison Officers are focused on community engagement but Drop-in centers are becoming [...]

GSU cleaning up the streets of drugs, ammunition and stolen goods

On Tuesday, the Gang Suppression Unit found an outboard engine at an apartment complex on Mopan Street where members of the PIV gang are known to be living.  One person [...]

Bottle recycler found fetus at dump site

There are further details on the body of a baby found on Wednesday morning at the George Price Highway Dumpsite. The police report that the partially decomposed body was found, [...]

Vote taken at UN to recognize Palestine as non-member observer state

The United Nations recorded a historic vote today; member states voted to recognize Palestine as a non-member observer state. One hundred and thirty eight members voted in favor while nine, [...]

Healthy Living explores living with HIV in Belize Pt 1

Each year on December first, people all over the globe commemorate World Aids Day. From 2011 to 2015 the central theme for the activities has been “Getting to Zero: zero [...]