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Belize 1, USA 6, tough loss as Jaguars move on

The 2013 CONCACAF game between Belize and the United States was more than just a pit stop on the road to the Gold Cup. It was a mountain climb. The [...]

Jaguars bear heart at press conference following game

Following Belize’s crushing defeat at the hands of the United States, coaches and players from both teams fielded questions from the media.  Coach Ian Mork, as well as several of [...]

…as the game happened the cameras recorded the crowd reaction

Back to the jaguars…the national selection managed to score only one goal against a team made up of international and professional players with far more resources and experience. But even [...]

Should the Jaguars change play offensively against Costa Rica and Cuba?

Should the Jaguars change their strategy to play offensively against Costa Rica and Cuba?   Yes No  

Rise and Shine, birth of new politician to take on Belmopan

As the co-host of the popular and often controversial Rise & Shine morning show on Plus TV, Patrick Jason Andrews has gotten his fair share of public attention. Today, via [...]

UK donates 17 Bedford Four-Tonners to the BDF

The United Kingdom via the British High Commission donated seventeen Bedford Four-Tonner trucks to the Belize Defense Force. It’s a welcomed gift since ten of the twenty trucks currently used [...]

British High Commisioner retiring but BATSUB reemerging

Patrick Ashworth, better known as Pat, has been a public officer in the United Kingdom from 1971 when he started as the F.C.O. in the Finance Department. And after a [...]

Minors burglarize Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day

In broad daylight on Monday, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints located on Cemetery Road was burglarized.  The culprits have been identified as two minors and twenty-two [...]

Guatemalan national and 17 pounds of weed in San Ignacio

A Guatemalan national is in big trouble with local authorities after he was busted in the west on Tuesday with over seventeen pounds of weed. Just after ten a.m., San [...]

Openly gay and says he’s here to stay

There is some confusion right now surrounding the pro-constitution rallies and anti-gender policy protests being held across the country. The evangelical associations and other affiliated organizations are moving ahead full [...]

Ariel Rosado Memorial Foundation issues more scholarships

The recently established Ariel Rosado Foundation stepped up to the plate in a big way this morning. The foundation has managed to provide fifteen new scholarships to deserving students while [...]

Superstar performances at the Bliss!

For the past two weeks, Belize’s biggest and brightest stars have sang, danced and performed their way into the hearts of Belizeans everywhere. Tonight, the best from Group A return [...]