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NEAC Meets to Discuss Proposed Stake Bank Tourism Development Project

Government has confirmed that it will be entering into a binding agreement with Norwegian Cruise Lines for a fifty million dollar tourism development at Harvest Caye. But there’s another tourism [...]

2009 Environmental Impact Assessment May Help to Expedite Proposed Harvest Caye Project

The Stake Bank Project is on the environmental table for dissection and analysis. But while the NCL project proposed for Harvest Caye in the south is very much in the [...]

Residents of Buffer Communities Near Sarstoon-Temash National Park Agree to Legal Representation By SATIIM Lawyers

As we reported on Monday, a team of journalists and videographers from various media houses was given an exclusive tour of the Sarstoon-Temash National Park over the weekend.  The purpose [...]

And our Question for tonight is……

And our question for tonight is: Do you support changes to the composition of the Public Accounts Committee? Yes or no. Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones [...]

Police Investigate Mysterious Circumstances Into Death of Sand Hill Resident

Police are investigating the death of a Sand Hill resident that occurred sometime after eight p.m. on Monday. While there appears to be telltale signs of a suicide, Ladyville Police [...]

FFB Still Pondering Fate of Head Coach Ian Mork

Since suffering a crushing defeat at the hands of Cuba during the Jaguars’ do or die match in the recent CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament, nothing has been heard from head [...]

Belizean Athletes Continue to Represent the Jewel Regionally in Volleyball and Basketball

But there is good news in volleyball and basketball. In Guatemala City today, the Under-twenty female national volleyball team beat El Salvador in three sets to one…that places Belize six [...]

Belize City Man Remanded for Burglarizing Home of Cannon Leroy Flowers

A Belize City construction worker is on remand tonight for the offense of Burglary. Forty-one year old Daun Anthony Myers is accused of burglarizing the house of Cannon Leroy Flowers [...]

Jose Ricardo Hernandez Remanded for Aggravated Assault

Thirty-five year old Jose Ricardo Hernandez, a driver and resident of Muhammadali Street in Belize City was also remanded to the Belize Central Prison this evening after he was slapped [...]

San Ignacio Police Discover Over Eighty Pounds of Weed in Vacant Lot

Police are also looking for the owners of a large quantity of drugs which were found on Monday. Acting on information received, San Ignacio cops visited an open lot on [...]

San Ignacio Police Look for Owner of Found Items

San Ignacio Police are looking for the rightful owner of several ink cartridges, an HP mini-printer, a play station remote control and a digital power capacitor. The items were recovered [...]

Mayor Bradley Discusses Coney Drive Roundabout

On September eighth Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley and his team will reach the halfway point in their three year term. For residents of the Old Capital that eighteen months [...]

Progress Report on Hundred Street Infrastructure Project

Believe it or not, eighty-six streets have been cemented or paved since the Belize City Infrastructure Project got under way. The Mayor promised one hundred, and that is a goal [...]

Salud Mesoamerica 2015: Maternal Health Care Initiative Launched in Belize

Salud Mesoamerica 2015, a regional health initiative being carried out by the Inter-American Development Bank with funding from a number of charitable organizations, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, [...]

Carnival Mas Camp Kicks Off In Belize City

The carnival this year clashes with the Expo Market place organized by the Belize Chamber of Commerce and industry. Both events attract huge crowds and are popular events in the [...]

El Dorado Rum, Guyana’s Best, Comes to Belize

The Guyanese famed El Dorado rum is making its debut in the Belize market. The rum is being imported into Belize by Grace Kennedy which today organized a training for [...]

Village Expo Showcases Handicrafts From Around the Country

The September calendar is traditionally packed with a host of activities that range from concerts to carnival to official ceremonies. Just about everyone will find some activity to attend. Over [...]