Belize - Belize News - - Great Belize Productions - Belize Breaking News
Home » January, 2013 You are currently browsing entries posted in: January, 2013

Belize/Guatemala referendum process begins now

The official launch of an education campaign for the October referendum process took place today. To give the event an air of bi-partisanship, both the leader of the opposition and [...]

No to ICJ flags

The flag monument inside the roundabout by the Save U Plaza is a welcoming landmark at the Philip Goldson Highway entrance to Belize City. The colorful flags of the Caribbean [...]

Guatemala media alleges unfair referendum legislation

On the day the campaign was launched in Belize, the popular Guatemalan newspaper Prensa Libre lashed out on the Government of Belize. The article claims that the government intentionally changed [...]

B.N.T.U. and P.S.U. says union busting; P.M. says not so

The head of the Belmopan Branch of the Belize National Teachers Union, Corland Galvez and her membership are up in arms over a letter from the Ministry of Education authorizing [...]

Finnegan says B.N.T.U. has a right to demonstrate

We also asked Minister Finnegan to weigh in on the issue and he says he supports a national demonstration which is well within their democratic rights.   Michael Finnegan, Mesopotamia [...]

P.M. supports Gappy for Deputy Party Leader

The campaign for U.D.P. Party Leader is heating up and it was all on the airwaves this morning. Party Chairman, Patrick Faber, is challenging sitting Deputy Party Leader, Gaspar Vega. [...]

Faber not fazed by P.M.’s support for Vega

At the same time, Minister Faber was on Love FM and stunned by the pronouncement he maintained that the Prime Minister has confidence in him.   Patrick Faber, Party Chairman, [...]

Finnegan says Faber suited to steer U.D.P.

While the Prime Minister supports Vega other heavy weights in the U.D.P. are coming out in support of Faber. Former Prime Minister, Manuel Esquivel, Dean Lindo and others are safely [...]

George Street is better than what P.U.P. say

In the aftermath of the George Street massacre two weeks ago, opposition leader, Francis Fonseca, during a press conference, urged community leaders, political, social and religious, to visit residents of [...]

G.O.B. didn’t pay George Street Bosses

When asked if he organized and financed the immediate departure of the George Street bosses to Gales Point following the tragedy, Finnegan told reporters that the assertion is baseless.  As [...]

Woman to soon find out fate for burning house

  A jury of nine stepped into the deliberating room this afternoon to determine the fate of twenty four year old Keisha Banner, a resident of Belize City accused of [...]

What’s next for Belize’s Football selection?

It was a proud moment when the National Selection “A” team Belize scored the winning goal against Nicaragua at the Estadio National de Costa Rica inching closer to the July [...]

Taiwan offers scholarships for Belizeans

More than twenty scholarships will be made available by the government of Taiwan to Belizean students for the upcoming academic year. The areas of study for either a bachelor or [...]